Learn more about the alumni attending the Senior Premiere Dinner: their career field, trajectory, areas of specialty and other topics about which they may offer advice and connections for students. Additional alumni guest names coming soon.
Stuart Anness '74 grew up and now resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was a biology major and ALO fraternity member at Kenyon. Stuart graduated the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1978, completed an internship at Kettering Medical Center and an ophthalmology residency at Northwestern. He is now a partner at the Cincinnati Eye Institute treating ocular disease and performing eye surgery. Stu is married to his wife, Susan, and they have two sons and two grandchildren.
Susan Apel '83 was a devoted economics major but decided to go to Harvard Law School after graduating from Kenyon. After law school, she clerked for a federal judge in Seattle, worked in Washington, D.C., and eventually returned to Pittsburgh to work in a large law firm as a corporate/transactional attorney. She left her partnership at K&L Gates for nine years to serve as general counsel for a client and returned to the firm about two years ago. Her daughter Phoebe Roe graduated from Kenyon in 2016 and is now working with Teach for America in New Orleans. Susan is active with the Pittsburgh Kenyon regional alumni association, serves as a class agent and was on the Parents' Advisory Council when Phoebe was a student.
Andie Asimes '13 grew up outside Cleveland, Ohio, and is currently a doctoral candidate in neuroscience at Loyola University in Chicago. Her dissertation research aims to understand the molecular mechanisms behind long-term and heritable changes to the brain following binge drinking in teens. She also works for a non-profit whose mission is to improve public education in the sciences. In her free time, Andie loves connecting Kenyon alumni in Chicago and is always happy to show off the Windy City!
Sam Baker '13 lives in San Francisco and currently works in the analytics group of a mobile gaming company. He has worked in advertising, lead generation and finance.
Kaley Bell '06 is the director of secondary school advising at St. Bernard's School, an independent boys' school in Manhattan. Since Kenyon, she has also worked in high school admissions and college placement and received a master's degree in American studies from Columbia University. Kaley lives on the Upper West Side, is an avid runner, cyclist and skier, and spends much of her free time in the Adirondacks. She is also a class agent for the Class of '06.
Rachel Berger '11 is currently working for a boutique fundraising consulting firm in Washington, D.C., where she is responsible for fundraising for various clients including senators, governors and national non-profits. Prior to this, she was the development director of a local non-profit and worked in the development office at a local university. She hopes to transition into food policy and work with chefs to teach them how to lobby for food policy.
Jamion Berry '97 is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, by way of St. Louis (WashU post graduation), by way of Jacksonville, FL (for ten years) and now Atlanta, Georgia, for the last seven. He recently graduated from Emory University with an executive MBA (2015). He currently works for a company called Mondelez which specializes in dessert and snacking with power brands such as Oreo, Chips Ahoy and Sour Patch Kids. He has been with the Kraft Foods/Mondelez family, within supply chain, for his entire career. Currently he work from home when not traveling and loves to spend time with his immediate family in the Atlanta area. He is a proud uncle of two nieces and one nephew (still a bachelor). His most memorable Whole Foods experience was, while sitting down eating lunch, a couple approached him with the infamous "Kenyon is NOT near Uganda" t-shirt and he almost jumped out of his seat. Needless to say, it was a great conversation and provided confirmation that Kenyon's reach is wide and vast. It also made him recognize the importance of alumni, family, friends and community.
Susie Bloom Hudgins '89 worked as a paralegal in Washington, D.C., after Kenyon, received a master's degree from UVA and taught inner city middle school students before staying home with four kids. She continued her educational research and was a founding member of a middle school for boys in Richmond and also served on an independent school board. By 2004, she was back working with kids with writing and English. She apprenticed with a dyslexia specialist after receiving specialized training and homeschooled her dyslexic sons for a period of time. Her focus is with students who need support in organization or need specific sequential language instruction. Susie has an understanding of running a business from her home, how to manage finances herself and how to best manage emotionally challenging circumstances for two-in-one clients — the parent and the student.
Walter Butler '68 entered the military USAR for six years, active and reserve. He graduated from Vanderbilt University Law School in 1978 and University of Louisville Medical School in 1990. He now works in private practice psychiatry with a substantial forensic (law-related) component.
Margy Calleson '86 grew up in southern California and was one of just a dozen or so California students attending Kenyon at the time. After Kenyon, she went to Case Western Law School in Cleveland and never left town! She has worked at just two law firms in her career, both of them larger. She works in public finance law, which means she works with various public entities (cities, counties, schools) who need to borrow money, other entities that can borrow on a tax-exempt basis (like Kenyon) and also does tax-credit work such as historic tax credits, low income housing and recently new markets tax credits. The latter are the most exciting for her, because the projects are all in low income and underserved areas and the projects can be catalytic for change. Other than that, she is married to a lawyer, and they have three kids — two in college (Colgate and the University of Alabama) and one who is a sophomore in high school.
Caitlin Cody '05 leads the creative strategy for multiple clients at DigitasLBi in Chicago. As a strategist, she is responsible figuring out actionable insights around how people think, feel and act in order to build a better bridge between what a brand needs to sell and why a potential buyer would actually care. Outside of work, she is currently the music director for a non-profit musical revue and is on the junior board of Peer Health Exchange Chicago.
Caitlin holds a Masters of Science in advertising with a concentration in communication strategy from the Virginia Commonwealth University Brandcenter.
Diana Deoki '11 joined AmeriCorps (national) after graduation. During that year, she worked at New York Cares as an associate program manager. When her AmeriCorps year was over, her boss offered her the job. She was teamed up with five New York City public high schools and was responsible for creating monthly service projects for them around social issues in NYC. She was also responsible for reconstructing, recruiting, interviewing and planning for a group of fifteen teens each semester called Teen Service Team. This team volunteered every Saturday, all over NYC. She resigned from her position in summer 2016 to attain her master's degree in higher education at the University of Rochester Warner School of Education. She is currently a first-year student there. Her hope is to one day be a dean of multicultural student affairs.
Erin Dowdy '01 received an MFA in creative writing from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. She worked as a press representative at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for ten years. Currently she serves as coordinator of public programs at the High Museum of Art.
Conor Dugan '15 currently works in the library at St. Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania. He's spent time working in multiple facets of library science including reference, circulation, digitization and more.
Howard Edelstein '68 is a former member of the Kenyon College Board of Trustees, currently a Philander Chase Conservancy trustee, a class agent for many years and a legendary Kenyon networker with connections across the country and in many career fields. One of his hobbies is helping Kenyon kids find great jobs.
Nancy (Peek) Ellis '72 is an English major who recently retired from Kelly Services, Inc. in Troy, Michigan, a global provider of workforce solutions and staffing. Over 21 years, she was an engineering recruiter, an instructional writer and a senior HR analyst focusing on pre-employment testing. Prior to Kelly, Nancy was an executive recruiter and a reference librarian. Arriving at Kenyon in 1970, Nancy was among the first women to graduate from the College. She has supported the Kenyon Fund consistently since graduation, and, beginning in 2010, she has been an active class agent and reunion planning committee member. In 2012, Nancy earned a Distinguished Service Award by encouraging the women in her class to return for their 40th reunion and at last sign the Matriculation Book. She finds involvement with the College and its alumni incredibly rewarding.
Virginia V.A. Falzon '14 graduated with a degree in art history. A Washington, D.C., native, she returned home after graduation and worked for two residential interior design firms as a design assistant. Her projects took her all over Washington, D.C., and across the Beltway to the Maryland and Virginia suburbs, with a few stops in vacation destinations such as Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Islesboro, Maine. In her current role at Tuckernuck, a classic, All-American e-commerce retailer, she joined the team to open up their first Brick and Mortar in the heart of Georgetown. V.A. focuses on building out Tuckernuck's clientele base on a local and national level, while also assisting with the seasonal buys.
Todd Giardinelli '94 grew up in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, and lives in Manhasset, New York. He works at Morgan Stanley where he is the global head of mergers and acquisitions for the Power & Utility Group. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Todd earned his MBA at the University of Chicago (Booth). He is the current chair of the Kenyon Fund Executive Committee. Todd and his wife Joanne are the proud parents of three children and spend their weekends as unpaid taxi cab drivers, shuttling their kids to and from various swimming events.
Frankie Gourrier, born and raised in New Orleans, found his path to Gambier as a high school student through the Summer Kenyon Academic Partnership (SKAP) Program. It was in this program that he first developed a love for Kenyon and for the profession of teaching. At Kenyon, he majored in American studies. He currently resides in Gambier with his wife Laurel Stokes Gourrier '10 and daughter Naomi. He is one of two Marilyn Yarbrough Dissertation Fellows for the 2016-17 school year and a visiting instructor of history. He teaches courses in modern U.S. and African American history.
James J. Greenwood '02 grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and lives in Watertown, Massachusetts. He is currently the director of inclusion & multicultural practice at the Shady Hill School, an independent pre-k through eight day school in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He previously served as associate dean and director of multicultural education at Northfield Mount Hermon School, a co-educational boarding high school in Gill, Massachusetts, where he also taught courses on the Civil Rights Movement in the school's history & social sciences department. He has also taught classes on world history and African American history over his career and recently developed a course on diversity and social justice. Additionally, Greenwood served as dorm head for 9th grade boys, 9th grade class advisor, and advisor to several campus organizations. Greenwood received his Bachelor of Arts in American studies from Kenyon in 2002, his Master of Arts in teaching from Brown University in 2007 and his Masters in Education from the Klingenstein Center for Independent School Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, in 2012. Active in diversity work throughout his career, Greenwood has presented both locally and nationally on issues of equity and social justice.
David Hanson '87 is an attorney at the Ohio Public Defender. He works mainly in prisons and jails, speaking with new inmates and representing people who have been released and charged with an infractions that might send them back to prison.
Veronica Hauad '03 is a first-generation college student and Chicago native who began her college admissions career at Kenyon. She received her master’s degree in education with a specialization in diversity and cultural foundations from the Ohio State University and is now the deputy dean of admissions and director of equity and access programming in the University of Chicago's undergraduate admissions office. She currently serves as an alumni mentor through Kenyon’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI). She enjoys traveling, baking and spending time with her large and loud family.
Marquis Johnson '16 was born in raised in Washington, D.C. Marquis moved to Columbus after majoring in English to begin his teaching fellowship at KIPP Columbus Primary. He also volunteers for the Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center as a social media writer and for Pets Without Parents as a grant writer.
Jody Horak Tyrpak '91 grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. Following graduation from Kenyon she worked as a technology consultant for several years for a small firm before getting her MBA at Duke University with a concentration in finance. She then went to work at Procter & Gamble in finance for several years before moving to Cleveland to join Ernst and Young. She has held multiple roles at EY over the last 18 years, which have included technology, project management, finance, operations and strategy. She also worked in London for two years on assignment. She currently works for the global assurance practice as the director of strategic Initiatives. In this role she provides leadership and oversight of the portfolio of global assurance programs to ensure they are aligned with business priorities and delivering against plans and objectives. She currently lives in Cleveland with her husband, two daughters and a new puppy. Jody is also an avid runner having completed over 20 marathons.
Brian Kelso '10, a history major and Classics minor, went on to receive his Masters of Science in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati. After doing research and traveling across Europe for a year, Brian returned to school to receive his J.D. from Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Brian practices in several areas of litigation, but he is primarily focused on criminal defense and personal injury. Brian is an avid runner and lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his wife.
Jack Killen '71 received his M.D. from Tufts University in 1975. After completing post-doctoral training in internal medicine and medical oncology, he pursued a 33-year career leading biomedical research programs at the National Cancer Institute (1980-1986), the Division of AIDS at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (1987-2001) and the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (2006-2013). Now retired, he enjoys exploring the intersections of neuroscience and spiritual practice, genealogy, travel (especially cruises), volunteer work and all things Kenyon. Jack lives with his husband and their two cats in Wilton Manors, Florida.
John Klein '78 grew up in Solon, Ohio, and graduated from Kenyon in 1978. He has over 30 years of experience in the paper and packaging industry, and he is currently responsible for all commercial activities and the P&L at the CorrChoice Division of Greif LLC. Prior to that he was national and export manager for Mead Containerboard with responsibilities in North America, Central America and northern South America. John and his wife live in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Alex Kruse '15, a modern languages major at Kenyon and a participant in a public health program abroad, remains interested in the health outcomes of underserved populations such as minority groups, women and socioeconomically disadvantaged peoples. After graduation, Alexandra completed a pre-medicine post-baccalaureate program and now works as the research coordinator for a patient advocacy non-profit, collaborating on clinical research studies with physicians and scientists around the world, managing a patient registry and attending healthcare policy meetings in Washington, D.C.
Christian Martínez-Canchola '12 is a fifth-year bilingual teacher. She currently teaches third grade math in Spanish with D.C. Public Schools. While Christian never expected to teach, she is not surprised: her time at Kenyon introduced her to the world of educational inequity and solidified her commitment to being an equalizer of access to higher education for others like her who are low-income, first-generation and students of color. After graduation, she joined Teach For America in Dallas where her students consistently outperformed the district by 30-point margins on both district and statewide tests. One day, Christian hopes to have a large-scale impact role in education.
Kit Marty '69 was a physics major at Kenyon. He spent his entire 30-year career with U.S. Steel and USS/KOBE Steel working in the field of computer automation. When he began in the fall of 1969, there was only one small payroll computer at his plant, but by the time he retired in 1998, everything that made, moved or monitored any of the processes was done by a series of small and large computers integrated into a single integrated system where the company’s president could see the real-time P&L at the push of a button. It was amazing being part of the revolution in steelmaking. He and his wife, Linda Lee, live in Medina, Ohio, and their four children (and spouses) and four grandchildren are spread around the country in Ohio, Colorado, Georgia and North Carolina.
Dominique "Dom" McKoy '10 is a Portland, Oregon, native who now calls Chicago his home. While at Kenyon, Dom was a member of the men's lacrosse team and participated as an Anatolia College Fellow in Thessaloniki, Greece, immediately after graduating. He is currently the director of teacher recruitment at OneGoal, a national non-profit organization focused on closing the college degree attainment divide for low-income students within our lifetime. Prior to OneGoal, Dom spent four years working at Urban Prep Academies, a network of all-boys public charter high schools in Chicago. Dom currently serves as a member of the Chicago Public Library Junior Board and spends a good amount of his free time reading or playing basketball.
Kristin Meister '00 graduated from Michigan Law School after working at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., after Kenyon. She has worked at the Pentagon, in London at a human rights non-governmental organization and also attended Georgetown and Oxford (St. Catz). She has been a litigator for 13 years. She began work as a sports lawyer representing professional football/basketball/baseball players and the NFLPA/NBPA generally. She has also specialized in white collar crime representing companies and individuals at two different defense firms. She thereafter prosecuted large scale (billion-dollar plus damages) securities class actions against large public companies at a plaintiffs firm. Last year Kristin went in-house to work at a French bank as one of their two litigators. She works on all litigations/mediations/investigations faced by the bank and works with her colleagues around the world on a day-to-day basis. She lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter and husband.
Julie Miller Vick '73 is currently a senior career advisor in Career Services at the University of Pennsylvania having retired as senior associate director in 2013. A Classics major and member of Kenyon’s first class of women, she founded the After Kenyon Library in 1974, which later became the Career Development Office. She lives outside of Philadelphia with husband, Jim Vick '74, and has three grown children (one of whom went to Kenyon) and three grandchildren. She is devoted to Kenyon and enjoys talking with Kenyon students about the many interesting career opportunities in higher education.
Melzetta Moody '05, after graduating from Kenyon with a degree in international studies and Spanish, spent the first part of her career as a leader in customer operations, risk management and commercial fraud for an international financial services company. It was here where Melzetta learned to develop employees and helping them realize their personal and professional "awesomeness." When she discovered her passion and innate ability to manage teams and lead organizations through difficult change, she obtained an MBA as a means to pivot her career into international business and strategic human resources. In 2014, Melzetta graduated from the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. She also completed an exchange program at the Helsinki School of Economics in Helsinki, Finland. She current works as a HR Strategy Consultant across Comcast and NBCUniversal in New York.
Tom Moore '72 grew up in Pittsburgh, attending public school from K-12. After Kenyon he attended Ohio Northern Law School. His first job was raining money for Carnegie Mellon University. Tom has worked for a bank, securities firm and a multi-family office. His clients have been captains of industry, grocery chain owners, brewers, artists, doctors, teachers, churches, homeless shelters, cellists, authors, construction companies, foundations and the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
Esmeralda Mora '08 is a first-generation college student from Guerrero, México. She grew up in Chicago and earned her degree in Latin American literature and cultures from Northeastern Illinois University. She is currently a Spanish teacher at Wolcott School and adjunct professor for Loyola University at Chicago. She is also part of the Odyssey Project for the Illinois Department of Humanities.
Jennifer Neubauer '04 is originally from Los Angeles and currently lives and teaches in New York City. After gradating from UCLA with a M.Ed., she taught high school and middle school English in Los Angeles and later in Seattle. More recently, she attended Middlebury College's Bread Loaf School of English, earning a master's degree in English literature. Jen has had the opportunity to return to Kenyon during several summers to work with high school students through the Kenyon Academic Partnership and Kenyon Review Young Writers programs. She joined the Alumni Council this year and is excited to remain connected with the Kenyon community.
Shangwé Parker ’99 grew up and currently resides in Chicago. While at Kenyon he was a economics major and helped to start a band called Fish Bowl Funk. He always had a passion for the real estate industry and making a difference in underserved communities. Shangwé currently works for the Habitat Company as vice president of affordable housing and is responsible for nearly 2,600 affordable units throughout the Chicagoland area. He sits on a couple housing committees and the board of Lawndale Christian Development Corporation, a non-profit on the west side of Chicago. He also is a mentor for Kenyon’s Alumni of Color Mentoring Initiative. Shangwé has two beautiful daughters 16 and 6.
Karuna Ramcharran is a native of Akron, Ohio. Since leaving the Hill, she received her Master's of Public Health at Kent State University and is currently employed at the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute. At the clinic, she coordinates clinical trials in lung and gastrointestinal cancers and cancer genomics. She is also assisting a post-doctoral fellow at Kent State with independent research about mindfulness and health behaviors. In her spare time, Karuna volunteers at the Summit County Humane Society, is an avid yogi and hangs out with her chinchilla, Mortimer.
Max Rappaport '14 taught abroad in China for a year. He came back home and now works for Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington, D.C. Please feel free to reach out to him.
Hugh Resnick '91 came to Kenyon from Wilmette, Illinois. A music major, he also earned a master's degree in musicology from the University of Chicago and an MBA in marketing from Indiana University. His primary focus has been on bringing quantitative research to non-profits, working in fundraising at Lyric Opera of Chicago, marketing at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and strategic analysis at United Way of Central Indiana. Hugh is president of the Indianapolis region and lives in Greenwood, Indiana, with his wife (Kenyon Class of '93) and two daughters. He sings at local churches and synagogues, composes music and invites as many Kenyon people as he can to look at Indy as a destination.
Jeff Richards '88 spent four years studying Soviet government and arms control, which left him ill-prepared for the end of the Cold War. Following jobs in audio production, advertising, publishing and printing, he founded Peak Performance Hypnosis in 2000. Jeff works with clients of all ages to eliminate limiting beliefs and bad habits while generating powerful resource states and provides family-friendly entertainment for schools, businesses and social organizations through his comedy hypnosis stage shows. He rides in the Pelotonia with the Chasing Philander team and has been a long-time volunteer with his fraternity, Phi Kappa Sigma, currently serving as their alumni advisor. Jeff lives in Columbus with a little orange dog named Becker.
Kristen Richardson '84 grew up in northern New Jersey but now calls Philadelphia home after a lifetime of wandering. Her background is in hospitality and non-profit management, including time spent leading international relief and development programs in Africa and India and graduate study in the U.K. An active volunteer with the local VA hospital, she is also working with faith communities to be more responsive to veterans dealing with moral injury. She also quilts and loves baseball.
Ashan Rodriguez '13 graduated with a double major in physics and economics and is an international student from Sri Lanka. Ashan currently works at the International Monetary Fund as a research analyst on Central African oil producing countries. Prior to joining the IMF, he worked at ICF International as a data analyst evaluating federal programs. Ashan hopes to pursue a master's degree in applied economics within the next few years. Outside of work, he enjoys playing rugby, bridge, the outdoors, photography and picking up random hobbies.
Isobel Rosenberg '15, after graduating, joined JP Morgan Chase's Operations Analyst Development Program based in Columbus.
Win Sheffield '77 was brought up in Philadelphia, went to boarding school (Brooks) and spent a year at school in England before arriving at Kenyon. He is currently a career coach, which he transitioned to after a career in planning and strategy at Citibank, J.P. Morgan and PricewaterhouseCoopers (as a consultant). His experience covers financial control, strategy development, operations, technology, front office and related areas to his coaching. In addition to an M.B.A. from Boston University, he studied the Myers-Briggs at the Jung Institute and counseling at the General Seminary. Win has served on a number of foundation boards accruing a wide knowledge of the not-for-profit sector.
Maraleen Shields '00 was born in the shadow of the steel mills just outside of Pittsburgh and received her K-12 education at a public school. While at Kenyon, she majored in political science and philosophy with a law and society concentration and was active in sports as well as various interest/political groups. After Kenyon, she immediately attended law school obtaining her J.D. from University of Pittsburgh in 2003. At Pitt, she met her husband, Kevin. Maraleen relocated to the Lehigh Valley (Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Pennsylvania area) and has lived there since 2006. She currently practices health care law and litigation at Fitzpatrick, Lentz & Bubba. She has two awesome children, Cole (age 6) and Sage (age 1). She is an avid runner.
Pattie Rossman Skrha '88 is passionate about urban education. Her goal is to help open the doors of educational opportunity to all students, regardless of socioeconomic background.
While at Kenyon, Rick Spinner '63 majored in psychology, was briefly on the swim team and was president of WKCO. Though trained for duty in Vietnam after graduating, the U.S. Army elected to deploy him to Europe with the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. After military service, Rick ran television stations and sales operations for Capital Cities/ABC-TV until 1990 when he became the president of European operations for ABC Television, headquartered in Munich, Germany. After retiring from ABC, he founded Capacities International Broadcast Management, a consulting and loaned executive resource for European Broadcasters. Rick lives in Sarasota, Florida, where he is occasionally consulted by his LTP, Joy, and even less occasionally consulted by his dog, Lola.
Levon Sutton '97, while at Kenyon, majored in history with an emphasis on American studies and social justice. Following graduation, Levon moved to Washington, D.C., where he worked as a deputy courtroom clerk on the District of Columbia's Domestic Violence Division of Superior Court. Levon later worked for several AM100 law firms as a technology and trial consultant. Levon is currently a deputy division director for Pacific Architecture and Engineers (PAE) where he is supporting the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Litigation Support (OLS) MEGA contract. Levon also is a candidate for ordination in the United Methodist Church where he currently serves as youth minister.
Lucinda (Cindy) Sternberg Thomas '84 grew up in Rye, New York, and lives in Andover, Massachusetts. She is currently a customer service manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, which is the world leader in "serving science." Prior to joining Thermo Fisher Scientific, Cindy worked for John Hancock managing several different life insurance operations. Cindy is a past president of the Boston Alumni Association. She and her husband have a small antiques business, are active volunteers, travel as often as possible and always have time for anyone or anything related to Kenyon.
James Vick '74 is a practicing family physician in Haddonfield, New Jersey, (right across the river from Philadelphia). A biology major (but not pre-med) at Kenyon, he studied evolution and population biology at Boston University for one year and graduated from Jefferson Medical College in 1979. He did his residency in family medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. In addition to seeing patients he and his two partners are on the teaching faculty at Jefferson and precept students in their office. He visits Gambier often with his wife Julie Miller Vick '73 and still savors the natural beauty that surrounds the College.
Terry West '97 currently lives in Columbus, Ohio. She graduated from Kenyon with a degree in math. During her time on the Hill, she was a part of Brothers United and the BSU. She also played basketball during her first three years on campus. Upon graduation, she worked for JP Morgan Chase for three months before she found her true calling. For the past 19 years, she has been working in sales for an IT services and staffing company called TEKsystems. She started out as an IT recruiter, spent several years as an account manager (sales) and is now responsible for running day-to-day operations for one of their field offices.
Rim Yoseph '16 was a neuroscience major who conducted learning and memory research in Autism Spectrum Disorder. She went on pursue a doctorate in Ohio State University's Neuroscience Graduate Program where she is currently researching mechanisms of spinal cord injury. Ultimately, Rim aspires to teach and establish academic and mentoring programs that aim to promote the retention and success of students of color in higher education.