Class of 2008
Virginia Baker is working at a law firm, King & Spalding, in Atlanta as a project organizer, and is planning to go to grad school in the fall of 2011.
Cassie Detering will soon receive her Master's of Education in secondary education and foreign language at George Washington University, after which she hopes to get ESL certification and pursue a Master of Arts in Spanish.
Kendra Heisner spent two years in Benin with the Peace Corps and is currently applying to graduate school in public policy and non-profit management.
Raisa Johnson won a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Brazil after volunteering with World Teach in Chile.
Emma Leonard is Coordinator, Field Recruitment at Louis Berger Group, Department of Defense/USACE, Washington, D.C.
Emily Martinat lives in Santa Monica, California, and is the Giving New Partnerships Coordinator for TOMS shoes which works with non-profit organizations worldwide to donate new shoes to children in need.
Nick Rogers works for T. Rowe Price as a service associate in Baltimore, MD and will be transitioning into the international sales department in the coming months.
Robert Smith married Lindsey Sturges after graduation, spent 4 months living in SE Asia as a missionary intern and is now seeking a Masters of Divinity at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Rachael Snowvolunteered with World Teach in East Africa after graduating and is now attending Medical School at the University of South Florida.