Lily Alexander, Research Assistant, '14
Lily is a senior majoring in Geography and minoring in Hispanic studies with a community and global health concentration. She is from Takoma Park, MD, a hippie town right over the border from Washington, DC. She is excited to build on past student and faculty energy at the IGC to make student research opportunities in the field of neglected tropical diseases a reality. She enjoys cooking stir-fries, gardening, making maps, and playing softball.
Alysha Alloway, Front Desk and Projects Assistant, '17
Alysha is from Cabin John, MD. She is interested in International Studies, Political Science, and Arabic. She enjoys traveling and photography, and is excited to learn more about the IGC as a freshman!
Dieynab Diatta, Research Assistant, '14
Dieynab is from Dakar, Senegal. Before coming to Macalester, she studied in Norway at Red Cross Nordic United World College with students from all over the world. She is in her senior year at Macalester, and studies Economics and International Studies. She is particularly interested in International Development. At the IGC, she will be doing research on neglected tropical diseases.
Rosa Durst, Front Desk and Projects Assistant, '17
Rosa is from Madison, WI, and is interested in studying French, linguistics, or International Studies. She loves reading and traveling and is excited to work in the IGC this year and learn about what it can do for students, the school, and the globe!
Riccardo Maddalozzo, Research Assistant, '15
Riccardo is a junior, International Studies major with a community and global health concentration. He is from a small town in Northern Italy and lived in Norway before coming to Mac. He is looking forward to gaining valuable experience working with the IGC as well as getting to know new wonderful people
Anna Memphis, Communications Assistant, '15
Anna is currently on study away and will return for the spring 2014 semester.
Jesse Meisenhelter, Student Leader, '16
Jesse is a sophomore from Portland Oregon and her studies currently focus on the politics of health and development. She looks forward to connecting students with the IGC's many underutilized resources.
Helena Oddo, Events and Promotions Assistant, '16
Helena is a sophomore here at Macalester, and her hometown is Madison, Wisconsin. Although her major is currently undecided, she loves the Asian Studies department and hopes to study abroad in Japan next year.
Paul Rice, EMPaCT Web Engineer / Database Programmer, '14
Paul is from the Twin Cities area and is a double major in Economics and Computer Science with a minor in Legal Studies at Hamline University. Paul has helped build a large portion of the back-end for the EMPaCT website and will continue to do so. In his free time, he enjoys working on algorithmic trading strategies in currency markets or playing ping pong.
Kyle Ronchetto, Front Desk and Projects Assistant, '17
Kyle is from Bourbonnais, IL and plans on majoring in linguistics. He looks forward to being involved in the campus on a global scale.