Class of 2009
Emily Beeson traveled throughout South America and the Caribbean on the Watson Fellowship after graduation and is now attending the "Universidad Autonoma de Madrid," getting a Master's degree in “Microcredito para el Desarrollo.”
Abby Becic lives in Portland Oregon, working for a non-profit called Metropolitan Family Service as a financial coach, and with a program called Ways to Work, which provides low interest auto loans to working parents with challenged credit.
Kiki Burton is operations manager at an on-line advertising firm in New York City.
Sarah Cardwell served Sewanee as a Vista volunteer after graduation and is now serving with the Young Adult Service Corps of the Episcopal Church in South Africa.
Steven Casey went to Naval Officer Candidate School and since then has traveled throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East as a Surface Warfare Officer on USS The Sullivans.
Molly Green will be entering the PhD program in Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall of 2014.
Sarah Henderson is in Houston working in the Global Security department of an energy company.
Richard (Richie) Hubbard continues his work with the Basic Needs Program he helped create in Bangladesh, and is now also a second-year medical student at the Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine.
Charles Kramer will attend the Medical College of Virginia in 2014.
Alex Matthews had internships at foreign policy think tanks in Washington, DC. and recently accepted a job at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems as a Program Associate in their Europe and Asia Division.
Rachel Miller has been teaching English in South Korea since graduation.
Ann Marie Vaughn has been working with World Teach in China since graduation.
Rachel Watson is attending Law School at the University of Tennessee, concentrating on the Advocacy track, has worked as a Spanish translator and as a law clerk with legal aid, and has traveled for legal research to Swaziland.
Alexis Williams taught English in Buenos Aires, Argentina with a company called Wall Street Institute.
Michael Wurzel is working on urban sustainability in Chattanooga and applying to graduate school.