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Chad Bates (’14, Global Studies) accepted a new role as Business Operations Manager for Specialty Practices at Amazon Web Services Professional Services. Previously, he was the Concierge Customer Service Manager at Amazon Web Services.  Jung Lee (’13, Policy Studies) started a new position as Academic Services Manager for ...

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EJ Juarez (’14, Cultural Studies) is now Partnerships and Government Relations Manager for The Seattle Public Library. Previously, he served as Executive Director of Amplify, an organization dedicated to recruiting, training, and electing progressive champions in Washington and Oregon.  Emily Anderson ('09, Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) has joined ICEBRG, a community and network security firm, as General Counsel.  Prior to, she worked at Microsoft as Senior Program Manager in Legal Privacy Compliance.  On November 8, Sean Alley ...

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Jennifer Clarke Caruso (’08, Policy Studies) has joined ELEVATE Global as Director of their Supplier Ownership program.  Jennifer began her career as a social responsibility specialist at Nordstrom, and then spent nine years at the Fair Labor Association (FLA) supporting licensees and other leading companies in building ethical sourcing programs that promote and protect workers’ rights and improve working conditions.  Heidi Hannah (16, Global Studies) is a Humanitarian Action Fellow with ...

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Vy Nguyen (’12, Policy Studies) was appointed appointment as legislative aide to Seattle Councilmember Lorena González, where she will serve as policy lead on immigrant and refugee affairs, housing, homelessness, and education.  Joe Shelley (’04, Global Studies), UW Bothell’s Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, has accepted an offer to become Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Ben Wiselogle (’12, Global Studies) began a new position as a Foreign Affairs Officer with U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.  We wish you all the best!

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Paula Matano (‘12, Policy Studies) is now the program manager for Oregon State University’s Professional and Continuing Education division.  In this role, she develops and manages non-degree certificate programs and roughly 50 online and onsite courses.  Hillary U (’10, Culture, Literature & the Arts) has accepted the position of Employee Communications Manager for Horizon Air, where she is responsible for employee-facing communication channels, including the company's intranet, for Horizon's 4000 employees. Josh Thompson (’11, Policy Studies) has announced his candidacy for Edmonds City Council...

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