Kenyon alumni are engaging in exciting and various careers in computing. This panel will feature four alumni currently working in computing-related careers. Come learn about opportunities in tech, education, and data science!

Eva Nesbit ('16) is a data scientist at CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society. As a data scientist with CAS, Eva works with CAS data on a daily basis to train machine learning codes, develop algorithms to better improve products and search engines, and provide datasets to all areas of the company.
Sejin Kim ('22) is a Systems Analyst in Library and Information Services, Information Technology at Kenyon College. He specializes in enterprise systems support, including student information systems, accounting and financial systems, and integrations between different data systems. He is a member of EDUCAUSE and the Association for Computing Machinery.
Savannah Overly ('21) is currently working as a Lead Analyst in the Cybersecurity field. Savannah leads a dynamic team of five analysts at a Managed Detection and Response company. Tasked with the critical mission of 24/7 monitoring for organizations worldwide, Savannah's team operates at the forefront of defending against cyber threats in various sectors including health, education, government, energy, and manufacturing. 
Leah Finn ('09) currently works as a Principal Product Manager at Workday, an enterprise software company that provides human resources and financial management applications to >10K businesses. As a Product Manager, Leah works closely with software engineers to design, build, and bring to market new products and features that solve customer problems while being performant, globally compliant, and user-friendly.

Join us on Thursday, April 25 for this exciting presentation from our panel. The presentation will begin in Hayes 109 at 4:00 p.m. We hope to see you there!