The Places You’ll Go!
PHILADELPHIA: Shelby Kehoe is at Bryn Mawr’s GSSWSR. At Penn, Emmett Binkowski is going for an M.S.W.; Charlie Bruce is at the Graduate School of Education; Georgia Griggs and Francine Leech are in the engineering master’s program; Maho Okumara is a research specialist at the School of Medicine; and Mengnan Zhang is in the East Asian studies master’s program. Megan Guntrum is in Drexel’s M.D. program. Caitlin Bauer is in Villanova’s master’s program in biology. Caitlin Homstad is a research analyst at a biotech and pharmaceutical healthcare consulting organization. Leah Kahler is at Voith and Mactavish Architects; Elizabeth Anne Newberry is at the jewelry manufacturer Superfit Inc.; and Zoe King is a staff accountant at Forty2 LLC. Kelsey Weymouth-Little is an AmeriCorp VISTA member at the Center for Family Services in Camden, N.J.
NEW YORK: At Columbia, Emily Gifford-Smith is at Teachers College; Devin Arey in an M.S.W. program; Sneha Soni in the healthcare administration master’s program; and Jade Bath at the medical center. Lillian Grinnell is at NYU School of Law. Getrude Makurumidze is at the NY State Department of Health’s AIDS Institute. Angela Blatz is a private bank analyst at JP Morgan; Ashni Patel is at Accenture Digital; and Angela Mastrianni is a technology analyst at Goldman Sachs.
NEW ENGLAND: Xuenan Ni is at MIT for a master’s of urban planning and a master’s of science in transportation; Chanel Williams is at Harvard for a master’s degree in urban planning; and Stephanie Marrie is at the College of Communications at Boston University for a master’s degree in journalism. Amanda Lehman is in the Match Teacher Residency program earning a master’s in teaching.
MARYLAND: At University of Maryland, College Park, Katie Martin is in the M.S. program in marine-estuarine environmental science, and Caroline Dreyfuss is at the Center for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism. Anne Claire Grammer is a post-baccalaureate researcher at the Section on Growth and Obesity at the National Institute of Health.
NORTH CAROLINA: Kamyra Edokpolor is in a one-year post-baccalaureate biomedical research program at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
TEXAS/LOUISIANA: Kirsten Adams is working toward her master’s as a graduate teaching fellow with KIPP schools in Houston. Rachel Crittendon is working at a KIPP school in New Orleans.
CALIFORNIA: Claire Johnson is at the University of Southern California to pursue a Ph.D. in earth sciences.
CANADA: Irène Lucia Delaney is attending Carleton University in Ottawa for a graduate program in French and African studies.
IRELAND: Eleanor Carey is in Belfast, Ireland, to earn a master’s degree from Trinity College Dublin in conflict resolution and reconciliation.
UNITED KINGDOM: In London, Coco Farinet-Brenner is at Kings College for a Shakespearean Studies master’s program, and Adriana Nocco is interning at Theatre Technis, a premier fringe theater and completing an intensive Shakespeare program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
GREECE: Nicole Colcete has received an Anatolia Fellowship to work as a school counseling fellow in Thessaloniki.
INDIA: K.C. McConnell has received a Critical Language Scholarship to spend the summer studying Hindi intensively at the American Institute of Indian Studies in Jaipur.
JAPAN: Risako Takatsuki will return home to Tokyo to work at Citibank.