Class of 2015

Shari Balouchi was a development intern at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Chattanooga this summer and will begin working for the Ronald McDonald House Houston as the Marketing Coordinator in August. 

Jill Barasa will be working at American Councils for International Education as a Program Assistant in their Assessment and Curriculum Development Department. 

Bobbe Chaffin is working with Teach for America in Nashville. 

Andrew Domingoes will attend Law School at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. 

Charlotte Eldredge is currently living in Jackson Hole, WY working for a small flower boutique and event/wedding coordinator called Lily and Co. 

Sarah Fewell will teach English in South Korea.  

Alexa Griffin has been accepted to serve with the Peace Corps as a Community Health Advisor in Malawi, specifically focusing on Malaria and HIV/AIDS, and until her departure will continue working with the Panther Capital Group in Fort Worth, Texas.  

Elizabeth Griffin will be attending Wake Forest University for her Master of Arts in Management in the fall of 2016. 

Jennifer Horton is a Communication Assessment Coordinator for the South Cumberland VISTA project, working primarily with Mountain T.O.P., a non-profit in Coalmont, writing grants and collecting and analyzing data. 

Katie Keith will be pursuing a Masters in International Relations from Sciences Po (Institut d'études politiques de Paris) through UNC Chapel Hill, University of Bath in England, and Sciences Po in Paris, France over the next two years. 

Kausha Luna will attend George Washington University in Washington, D.C. for her Master's in International Development. 

Alex Macias is currently working at Conexion Americas in Nashville as the manager of community development and policy initiatives, and plans to pursue a Masters degree in International Development and Public Policy.

Jay McChesney has been working as a legislative assistant in the Colorado State Senate. 

Harry Muth is currently working as a legal assistant at the World Surf League (NYC office). 

Pierce Myers will spend the summer in intensive architecture studio coursework at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and next year will continue to teach architecture, shop class, and Spanish at the Episcopal School of Los Angeles, also working on developing several community engagement initiatives.

Georgia Skerman will be teaching English, Social Studies and Art at the Vidya Vanam School in Tamil Nadu, India. 

Kate Snow will be teaching English at the Hogar Escuela in San José, Costa Rica next year to children who are primarily Nicaraguan immigrants ages 6 months to 12 years old. 

Will Whitney will start work as a full-time Courier/Runner at the Sowell Gray law firm in Columbia, SC. and is planning to attend law school in the fall of 2016.


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