Through the Career Development Office, Kenyon students have the opportunity to complete job shadows with alumni and parents working in a variety of fields. Here are some of the job shadow experiences completed during the 2017-18 academic year.
Emma Bakken ’20, an economics major, shadowed Bradford Reynolds ’07, vice president of corporate development and finance at Smashburger in Denver.
Caroline Cohen ’20, an English and women’s and gender studies double major, shadowed Rachel Kauppila ’08, job developer at Vermont Works for Women in Winooski, Vermont.
Brady Furlich ’19, a history and economics double major, shadowed John Hays ’82, deputy chairman and art auctioneer at Christie’s in New York City.
Benjamin Hunkler ’20 shadowed Elizabeth Mote ’07, associate attorney at Kitrick, Lewis & Harris Co., LPA, in Columbus, Ohio.
Sarah Kazzaz ’18, a biochemistry major, shadowed Hilary Oliphant ’09, health scientist specialist at VA NY Harbor Healthcare System in New York City.
Funmilayo Lawal ’19, a physics major, shadowed Ericka Miller ’02, transportation engineer at Parsons Brinckerhoff in Indianapolis.
Gabriella Must ’20, a political science major, shadowed Peter Barker-Huelster ’04, a staff attorney at MFY Legal Services in New York City.
Luis Platas ’20, an international studies and economics double major, shadowed Johanna Ralsten-Cox ’09, ministries director at Miami Youth for Christ.
Nadine Richardson ’21 shadowed Jeffrey Place ’79, archivist at the Smithsonian Institution’s Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections in Washington, D.C.
Rachel Schafer ’19, a molecular biology major, shadowed Dr. Donald Moffa Jr. P’18, staff physician at the Cleveland Clinic Emergency Services Institute.
Toneisha Stubbs ’18, a neuroscience major, shadowed Deborah Heyl-Clegg P’20, department head and professor of chemistry at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Kristin Toms ’20, an art history and economics double major, shadowed John Hays ’82, deputy chairman and art auctioneer at Christie’s in New York City.
Catherine Wessel ’19, an environmental studies major, shadowed Katherine DeCoster ’77, vice president and director of federal affairs for the Trust for Public Land in Washington, D.C.
Karlin Wong ’18, a studio art and sociology double major, shadowed Sam Harris ’12, insights and engagement manager at Hook Research in London, England.