Jessica Ramirez Vasquez ’14 (Portland, Ore.), Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling

Abbie Shain ’14 (Bordentown, N.J.), graduate student at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work and Intern at Jewish Family Service of St. Paul

Max Edwards ’13 (Rochester, Minn.), Hebrew College Rabbinical School in Newton, MA

Sara Sandmel ’13 (Chicago I.L.), works at jU, the Jewish student engagement organization at the University of Chicago. 

Adam Jones ’12 and Rebecca Horstein ’13 are attending Reconstructionist Rabbinical Seminary in Philadelphia)

Hannah McIntire ’13 (Milford, Conn.), Masters of Education Policy and Management at Harvard University Graduate School of Education. McIntire is the manager of Capacity Building and Organizational Learning for Arab-American Family Support Center in Brooklyn, NY.

Ashley Campbell, ’12 (Waterford, Mich.), Ph.D. Student in Media & Religion
College of Media, Communication, and Information at University of Colorado-Boulder

Martha Coe ’11 (Grand Haven, Mich.), Analyst in Health Financing and Governance at ThinkWell Global

Laura Leatherman ’11 (Minneapolis, Minn.), Nurse Practitioner

Dan Rocklin ’11 (Iowa City, Iowa), University of Chicago Divinity School, Marketing Specialist at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate

Sher Afgan Tareen ’11 (Arlington, Va.), PhD candidate at Florida State Uni PhD in Philosophy and American religious history

Sara Schultz ’09 (Albany, Calif.), Bilingual Legal Assistant

Aurora Sekine ’09 (Kansas City, Mo.), Implementation Manager at Reasoning Mind, a Seattle based math curriculum  organization 

Kim Wortmann ’08 (Lincoln, Neb.), Ph.D. Program at Harvard University

Sonia Hazard ’08 (St. Paul, Minn.), Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Franklin & Marshall College

Emma Gallegos ’07 (Bakersfield, Calif.), freelance writer and editor in Los Angeles 

Ashley Geisendorfer ’07 (Rothschild, Wis.), Associate attorney with Ratwik, Roszak & Maloney

Mashal Saif ’06 (Lahore, Pakistan),  Assistant Professor of Religion at Clemson University

Sherali Tareen ’05 (Quetta, Pakistan), Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Franklin and Marshall. Tareen recently published, Contesting Muhammad in Modernity: Tradition, Reform, Innovation

Lydia Brawner ’02 (Auburn, Ala.), Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow at New York’s Performa, a non-profit arts organization

Jessica Schachterle ’02 (Cedar Falls, Iowa), Minnesota Literacy Council

Katherine Brink ’99 (St. Paul, Minn.), Instructional Designer at Carlson School of Management

Anne Knafl ’99 (Chicago, IL) Bibliographer for Religion and Philosophy at the University of Chicago Library

William Garriott ’99 (Danville, Ky.),  Professor in Law, Politics, and Society at Drake University and published “Forming God: Divine Anthropomorphism in the Pentateuch” in 2014

Paul Jarvis ’96 (St. Paul, Minn.), Associate Pastor of the Parish Community of St. Bridget and  Chaplain at St. Joseph Hospital 

Rebekah Savage Montgomery ’96 (Bethesda, Md.), Associate Minister at the UU Congregation of Rockville, MD, serves in the US Army Reserve and is completing a Doctorate in Ministry at Wesley Seminary in Washington, DC.

David Colby ’93 (St. Paul, Minn.), pastor at Central Presbyterian Church

Ananda Abeysekara ’92 (Colombo, Sri Lanka), professor at Virginia Tech, has published The Politics of Postsecular Religion and an award-winning book on Sri Lankan Buddhism titled Colors of the Robe.

Kathryn Youel ’92 (Richfield, Minn.), winner of the Gateway Writing Prize, served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nepal, studied law at the University of Michigan, and is now a lawyer for the U.S. Department of State.