April 23, 2020
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Here is a sampling of where members of the Class of 2015 are headed. Seniors can share their post-graduation plans with Kenyon here.
Meaghan Brennan: working for City Year Philadelphia, a national Americorps program.
Meredith Bentsen, political science major: internship with the Brunswick Group, a financial communications firm in New York City.
Michael Colonnetta, economics and mathematics double major: working as a consultant for Protiviti's model risk team in New York City.
Hannah Cooper, psychology major: pursuing a master's in sports psychology at the University of St. Mary's in London, England.
Stephanie Cordonnier, neuroscience major: received an Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) position and will be researching Alzheimer's at the National Institute of Aging's Johns Hopkins branch in Baltimore.
Celia Cullom, sociology major: working as an AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America) for Chicago Rehab Network.
Benjamin Dossetter, classics major: starting medical school at Tufts University in Boston.
Lynn El-Roeiy, English major: pursuing a master's degree in Georgetown University's communication, culture and technology program.
Damaris Garduno, biology major: teaching general science as part of Teach for America.
Lila Greco, mathematics major: pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics at Cornell University
Zach Hardin, English major: working for ICM Partners, a talent agency in Los Angeles.
Lucas Herweyer, physics major: pursuing a Ph.D. in materials science engineering at the University of Virginia.
Ashlyn Johnson, psychology major: pursuing a master's in social work at New York University's Silver School of Social Work.
Kathryn Kadleck, psychology major with English and women's and gender studies concentrations: pursuing a master's of science degree in marriage and family therapy at Northwestern University.
Aiden Lee, physics major: pursuing a Ph.D. in physics at the Ohio State University
Amelia Li, economics and sociology double major: pursuing a Ph.D. in sociology at The Ohio State University
Kathryn Lindsay, English major: interning at the Laura Gross Literary Agency in Boston, Massachusetts.
Olivia Lott, Spanish literature major with Latino/a studies concentration: Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Columbia.
Emilia Louy, international studies major with environmental studies concentration: working with City Year in Columbus.
Shirley Lu, biochemistry major: teaching English with the Hefei Education Bureau in Hefei, China.
Sarai Martinez, modern languages and literatures major: teaching in Chicago as part of Teach for America.
Claire Matlak, music and psychology double major: working with City Year in Columbus as an Americorps member.
Meaghan McLaughlin, economics major: working as an account executive in ticketing and revenue for the Phoenix Suns and other affiliated teams.
Kelly Menzel, Spanish area studies major with Latino/a studies and women's and gender studies concentrations: teaching bilingual elementary school in Dallas as part of Teach for America.
Ryan Nabil, economics major: working as a research assistant for Financial Policy Team at American Enterprise Institute
Kevin Pan, molecular biology major: teaching high school biology in St. Louis as part of Teach for America.
Zoe Smith, psychology major: specializing in ADHD research in Virginia Commonwealth University's clinical psychology Ph.D. program.
Lillian Spetrino, molecular biology major and English minor: working as a project manager at Epic Systems in Madison, WI.
Garrett Stalker, economics major: working at Jefferies LLC in the investment banking division as an analyst in the consumer and retail product group.
Bennett Stephens, biology major: working for the Lewin Group, a healthcare consulting firm in Virginia.
Rhiannon Suggs, anthropology major: working as a nursing assistant while preparing for nursing school at The Ohio State University.
Reagan Kutlo Tsimakoko, international studies major and Chinese minor: joining the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) in New York City.
Julia Weaver, English major: teaching special education in Cleveland as part of Teach for America.