November 26, 2018
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African diaspora studies concentrators have gone on to a variety of professions and graduate programs.
From professional careers to graduate studies to non-profit work, here is a look at how recent graduates make their mark beyond the Hill.
Julie Hartman '15
Graduate student in museum studies, Cooperstown Graduate School, Cooperstown, NY
Devon R. Bacso '14
Editorial assistant, Pearson, Titusville, NJ
Bronte L. Kastenberg '14
Programs intern, Malaria No More, New York, NY
Emma B. Peaslee '14
Arts and cultural productions intern, Twin Cities Public Television, Minneapolis, MN
Gillian D. Gualtieri '12
Graduate student/instructor, Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Yukiha Maruyama '12
Senior Associate, Strategy and Business Transformation Department, Health Sciences Authority, Singapore.
Courtney E. Coleman ’09
Flexible program coordinator, Hands on Miami, Miami, FL
Elaine M. Driscoll ’08
Paralegal, District Attorney’s Office, New York, NY
Kristin E. Moe ’07
Gardener, Dumbarton Oaks, Georgetown, DC
Joanna R. Weinland ’06
Assistant dean of admissions, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
Stephanie R. Newman ’06
Staff assistant, Office of Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy and Affairs, Department of State, Washington, DC
Elizabeth A. Raji ’04
Sixth grade reading teacher, Democracy Prep Charter School, New York, NY