March 24, 2020
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IPHS students go on to careers in a variety of fields.
From professional careers to graduate studies to non-profit work, here is a look at how recent IPHS graduates make their mark beyond the Hill.
Charles Collison '15
Public works data clerk, Town of Hanover, PA
Schuler Krogh '15
Development/executive associate, International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC
Joseph Walsh '15
English teaching assistant for the Fulbright Commission, Kosovo
Samuel S. Bumcrot '14
Research associate, Frank N. Magid Associates, New York, NY
Sam Colt '14
Technology reporter, Business Insider, San Francisco, CA
Sydnee M. Lindblom '14
MA student in secondary education and teacher, Brown University, Providence, RI
Caleb W. B. Balaban '13
Brand marketing associate, Capital One, Richmond, VA
Colleen M. Damerell '13
Patient advocate, Preterm, Cleveland, OH
Kegan R. Borland ’10
History teacher, Shady Side Academy, Pittsburgh, PA
Nina L. Holmberg ’09
Associate marketing specialist, Target Corporation, Minneapolis, MN
Alexander W. Caulfield ’08
Manager, Media Relations, D.C. United, Washington D.C.
John M. O’Hara ’06
Vice president of external relations, Illinois Policy Institute, Chicago, IL
David I. Marcus ’06
Associate book editor, Dissent Magazine, New York, NY
Rachel E. Hecht ’04
Literary scout, Mary Anne Thompson Associates, New York, NY