Class of 2012

Taylor Cheek will intern with Casa del Tercer Mundo in Estile, Nicaragua. 

Philip Devereux-Demetriad is pursuing a Master's Degree at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service.

Russell Frelinghuysen will be working and teaching English in Phang Nga, Southern Thailand, through Princeton University's Princeton in Asia Fellowship program. 

Lauren Gould will work at the Goldon House Gallery in Beaufort, SC. 

Grace Greenwell will pursue a Master's in Human Rights from the London School of Economics. 

Eszter Gyoriwill work at Morning Star Ranch, a horse ministry for children and youth, teaching English as a second language, with the World Gospel Mission in Hungary (see 

Alix Holland Kloster is currently working as a corporate strategist for Osprey Spill Control, an oil spill company that is preparing to launch out of Virginia Beach, VA as a branch of MGM Strategies. 

Jay Morgan will intern in Denver, Colorado for the Trizetto Group which creates information technology for payers in the healthcare industry, and hopes to join their Sales Recruit Program in October. 

Julia Patton will attend American University's Graduate Gateways program for international affairs, which combines graduate credit with internships in D.C. 

Seely Stephenson will be working at Solis Betancourt and Sherrill, an interior design firm in Washington, DC. After completing a Master's degree at the New School for Public Engagement. 

Devin Tellatin started a position with the UN secretariat working on implementing Harmony with Nature, a policy approach that came out of indigenous traditions in South America that recognize the need for a renewed relationship between humans and the natural world.  She has also been awarded a Spiritual Ecology Youth fellowship.

Tess Waldrop has been working on issues related to gender, water, sanitation, and hygiene in Malawi and is now acting as the International Intern Coordinator for the non-profit organization called the Uganda Village Project.

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