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Isabel Conrad (Media & Communication Studies, ’18) is an Internal Communications Consultant at Vulcan and a second year student in the Master of Communication in Communities and Networks program at University of Washington. Jimena Huamani (Community Psychology and Society, Ethics & Human Behavior, ’17) has joined the UW Bothell Organizational Excellence and Human Resources (OE/HR) as the Human Resources Assistant. Paul Johnson (M.A. in Cultural Studies, ’11) has earned a master’s degree in Project Management from Georgetown University (’19). He also holds an M.S. in Human Resources Development from Villanova University (’15). Andrea Lu (Media & Communication Studies, ’17) is a Performance Marketing Associate at New Engen. Salvador Salazar-Cano

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Whitney Corthell (’16) begins graduates studies at the UW School of Social Work this fall with plans to work as a counselor serving populations with low access to  mental health care. Byron Dill (’10) opened The Dill Agency, an Allstate agency in Woodinville. Marvin Eng (’15) is district representative for Congressman Adam Smith in Washington’s 9th Congressional District. David Gantz (’10) has established Gantz Law, which specializes in real estate and property law. Samantha Penjaraenwatana (’15) is graduate coordinator for First-Generation College Student Initiatives at Seattle University.

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Jaime Fajardo (’12, Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) earned his Master’s in Social Work in 2016 and is now serving as Program Supervisor for Snohomish County Superior Court’s Youth Enrichment Services program. Tera Figueroa (’98, Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) is the Administrative Specialist for the Career & Internship Center and Disability Services at UW Seattle and was recently interviewed about her career journey as part of the “Ask an Alum” blog series. Emily Olson, Salvador Salazar Cano, Markus Smith ...

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Fatima Al-Shemary (’15, Culture, Literature & the Arts) has joined Refugees Northwest Foster Care as a Program Assistant, working to connect unaccompanied refugee and immigrant minors to foster families and safe housing in the greater Seattle area.  Frances Lee (’18, M.A. in Cultural Studies) has accepted a position as a Program Coordinator at Resource Media. Resource Media is a non-profit communications agency that crafts PR campaigns to promote environmental justice, climate change, and health equity initiatives. Colton Lindelof (’09, Global Studies) has been appointed ...

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Sandra (Brewer) Hengen (’00, Liberal Studies) was chosen to represent Boeing at the 2018 Women in Aviation conference in Reno, Nevada. Neil Low (’03, Liberal Studies) has retired from the Seattle Police Department after almost 50 years on the force. Jared Mead (’15, Global Studies) is a city councilmember in Mill Creek and current candidate for the State House of Representatives in Washington’s 44th Legislative District.  Amy (Felch) Panther (’06, Culture, Literature & the Arts) is a senior executive assistant in administration at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Aaron Thacker (’98, Liberal Studies) served two years as Commander of the 856 Military Police Company and ..

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