What have our WILL women gone on to do? Here are some of the degrees they’ve received:

PhD: 8


JD: 16

MD: 14

WILL women are also teachers (18), dentists (1), pharmacists (1), business owners (1), registered nurses (5), workers for non-profit organizations (11), and more (59)!


PHI KAPPA PHI (PKP): academic honor society founded in 1897 for all disciplines, TCNJ chapter, 1979
PHI BETA KAPPA (PBK): oldest academic honor society founded in 1776 for excellence in liberal arts and sciences,
TCNJ chapter, 2007

Our Alumnae:

Bryana Adornetto (Fogarty) (’08)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
MA, Special Education, The College of New Jersey (’09)

Melissa Agosto (’09)
Middle School Teacher at Elizabeth Public Schools

Mariah Alston (’13)
Masters-The Art of Teaching-The College of New Jersey; TFA 2015 Corps member; Fifth grade ELA teacher at University Heights Charter School, Newark, NJ, Second grade STEM teacher at University Heights Charter School, Newark, NJ

Noha Aljawhary (’07)
MDRWJ Medical School ’12;Rutgers U MBA in Pharmaceutical Management, 1

Samantha Altman (’15)
Graduate Student-Special Education- The College of New Jersey

Tritsa Alstadt (’08)
English Teacher, Ocean County Vocational Technical Schools, SkillsUSA Advisor-Waretown Center; Harlaxton College

Lisa Ambrose-Lanci (’04)
PhD, Molecular Cell Biology Program, Thomas Jefferson University (’09), Post-doc U. of PA, Strategic Consultant at Health Communications

Lauren Anania (Frederick)  (’04), PKP
Cause Marketing Director, Macy’s Corp.

Jill Appleheimer (’05)
MFA candidate School of the Museum of fine Arts, Boston, MA; MSW, School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania (’08), TCNJ WGS Faculty, Studio 1831 Certified yoga Instructor

Julianna Ardizonne (’15)

Sakina Attaar (’12)
MD candidate, RWJ Medical School

Maria Avilez (’10)* member of Nicaragua Solidarity Project
City year, NYC Recruitment Project Leader, MA Clinical  Social Work ’14,  Jewish Guild for the Blind, social work intern NY, NY, Fordham University

Valerie Baker (’03)
Executive Coordinator, Cherry Hill Women’s Center, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Christine Kelly Barna (’12)
Nasdaq OMX Marketing Associate

Nisha Bavalia (Jhalani)(’05)
MD from NJMS (’09), Internal Med. Resident NY Presbyterian Hospital, Cardiology Fellow

Adrienne E. Bell (’12)*member of Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Management, Bayada Home Health Care, Lawernceville, NJ

Amy Benson (Adam)
BHL, U of PA MA 2013 Counseling and Psych Services, Clinical Research Coordinator at UPENN Behavioral Health Lab

Emily Bent (Scheuren) (’03)
WGS Assistant Professor, Pace University;PhD,  Global Women’s Studies, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; Adjunct  Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, The College of New Jersey, Executive Director of SAGE Girls; Programing Director Girls Learn International; Co-Chair United Nations Working Group on Girls

Marni Bentley (’04)
CPA; Senior ESPP,  Merrill Lynch

Janine Bernardo (’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project, PKP, PBK
Pediatric Resident at Columbia-New York Presbyterian Hosptial; MD candidate, Cleveland Clinic, Lerner College of Medicine, Case Western U 2015 with Special Qualification in Biomedical Research

Danielle Bertran (Trackman) (’04)
MS, Math Ed., CUNY City. ’07, Middle School Math Teacher

Andrea Besaw (’13)
RN, Neuro ICN Nurse at Kennedy Hospital, Turnrtsville, NJ

Estephanie Betances (’10), PBK
MA  Organizational Psychology, Columbia U’12, NYU Jr. Researcher Applies Psychology, Human Resource Specialist at Lutheran Social Services of NY

Danielle Blackmore (’15)

Katrina Blaise (Schlossberg) (’11)

Mary Kate Bohlin (Morgan) (’06)
MS  Occupational Therapy, Columbia U ’11, Occupational Therapist at the New York Department of Education

Rachael Bolen (’04)

Jen Braverman (Pongia) (’08)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project, PKP
MA Art Ed. Boston U’ll; Art Teacher, Maple Shade HS, Maple Shade, NJ

Sarah Briguglio (’14)
Buisness Analyst at the Saucey Sauce Company

Kathleen Brock (Berman) (’05)
Youth Counselor at Preferred Children’s Services, Bridges Day Treatment Program, MA Counseling at Kean University

Jennifer Butch (Talley) (’07)
JD Seton Hall University, Attorney at Trenk DiPasquale

Nicole Calvano (’04)
MA candidate Somatic Counseling Psychology Program, Narpora U, Boulder,  The Infinite Vllc, Founder and Soma yoga teacher

Michele Calvo (’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
MA candidate Public Health, Rutgers U’16; Works at NY Academy of Medicine; Jr Policy Associate at the New York Academy of Medicine

Cassandra Castellano (’09)
Pace University Law School, JD Candidate

Tamara Cerbo (’06)
High School Math Teacher, Brick Memorial High School

Carolina Chica (’12)
Thomas Pickering Fellowship, MA Candidate Public Policy, George Washington University; Teaching English and researching in India on Fulbright Scholarship, Diversity and Inclusion Training Graduate Student Coordinator at The George Washington University

Marisa Chiorello (’15)

Janelle Chiorello (’15)

Debra Cho(’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
Biology Graduate Program, 2nd LT. US Army Medical Services, High School Biology Teacher at Teach for America

Caitlin Cisek(’14)
Customer Service Representative at Innovative Software Solutions

Otasha Clark (’12)
City Year Corps  member,Baton Rouge, LA; MA Candidate Sustainable Development SIT Graduate Institute, Brattleboro, Vermont

Christina Codispoti(’13)
Works at Marsh and McLennan Companies

Lyndsay Collings(’10)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
English Opens Doors; Oceanside Wellness and Sport, Yoga Instructor, Yoga Teacher at Revel Hotel in AC; Shore Medical Center

Caitlin Connolly (’14)
MA Candidate, Sociology, Rutgers U

Michelle Cornacchia (’09), PKP, PBK
MD candidate, NJMS ’13, physician at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

Jackie Cornell (Bechelli) (’04)
Director Region II US Department of Health and Human Services, Political Director for Rush Holt; NJ State Director, the Obama campaign, Deputy Field Director for the Obama for America in PA; Outreach Director at United States House of Representatives

Jessica Cortese (Dymnioski) (’10)
MA Candidate, English, The College of New Jersey,  Middlesex County College First Year Experience Asst.; Ross University School of Medicine

Teresa Couto (’13)
Hackensack University Medical Center

Lauren Crespo (’10)
Taylor Nelson Sofres market research

Maren Cummings (’06), PKP
MA, WS, U of Md ’08; Second Grade Teacher, Achievement Preparatory Academy, Washington D.C.; Teaching Associate Achievement Preparatory; The Fishing School, Program Coordinator, Washington, District of Columbia (Senior Sight Coordinator)

Dana Dabek
MA U of PA; Director of Institutional Advantage at North Light Community Center; Alice Paul Institute Director of Leadership Programs; Development Associate at Family Support Services

Jennifer DaCunha (’07)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
Specialist for Relay for Life, Ventura California;; Community Education/Volunteer Coordinator at SAFE, Hunterdon County, NJ

Kristen Daskilewicz (’08)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project, PKP, PBK,
Masters of Public Health, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, SA ’11 ; Study Coordinator at Center for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Research;  Choice Hotline Counselor Bella Italia, Vredehoek Server. Project Coordinator at the Center of Disease in Cape Town

Nina Davidson (’06)
MA, English The College of New Jersey ’09; Professor at Midllesex Community College. Bedford, Massachusetts; Adj. Professor, English, Rider U   Freelance Writer at Fig Media, P.A.

Kirsten Davis (’10)
Goethe UniFilm, Rutgers School of Law- Camden

Blakeley Decktor (’07)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
Staff Attorney at Women’s Link WorldWide, Bogata, Colombia, Legal Fellow Program Director, Institute for Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission; CUNY Law School 2012,

Delores (Lori) DeLuca (’11)
Speech-language Pathology, Kean University

Brittany DeNitzio (Lillis)  (’08)*member El Salvador Solidarity Project, PKP
MA, Special Education TCNJ ’09, Sp. Ed. Teacher Sp. Ed. Teacher at South Plainfield BOE

Anastasia Depaz (’09)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
JD candidate, Temple U Law School ’13

Isha Desai (’11)
UMDNJ School of Osteophathic Medicine ’16, MA in Public Health UMDNJ ’13

Yasmine Djerbal (’10)
PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University; MA  Gender Studies, Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada

Ariel Donohue (’08), PKP, PBK
Ma Montana State University; 2014 Winner of the President’s Commison on the Status of University Women Award; Program Manager of Montana State University’s Awareness Office; AmeriCorps

Samantha Dooley (’15)

Jessica Donohue (’05), PKP
MSW, Smith College ’09; Program Supervisor, Wraparound and START Programs at Seneca Family of Agencies-Bay Area CA, Program Manager of Montana State Diversity Awareness Office, 2014 Winner of the President’s Commison  on the Status of University Women Award

April-Susan Duncan (Golowski) (’06)
MA. Library Science, University of Maryland, ’08 Johns Hopkins University MA in Education

Maya Eilam (’06)
Pratt Institue Class of 2012 Graphic Design (AOS in Graphic Design)

Alyssa Ellmann (’10)
Language Arts Teacher

Micaela Ensminger (’12) PBK, *member of Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Applying to Graduate School; Transition Services Coordinator JEVES E3 Center, Philadelphia

Clarissa Espinoza (’10)
MA Candidate, Nonprofit Management The New School 2013; Bilingual Victim Advocate at WestCOP

Melvina Fennell (’09)
Seton Hall University Law School ; Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Part Judicial Intern Newark, NJ; Attorney at Private Practice

Kerry Fiallo (’10), PKP
MA  in English, The College of New Jersey

Aida  Figueroa (Luz) (’07)
MS, Global Affairs, Rutgers U 2011, Doctorate, Global Affairs, Rutgers 2014, Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership Intern; Office of Family and Community Engagement at Camden City Schools; Community Engagement Liaison, Camden City School District, Division of Family and Community Engagement

Melissa Fogg (’04)
Master’s in Social Work, Rutgers U ’09,  Immigrant Mental Health Specialist, Lutheran and Children and Family Service, Philadelphia

Alyssa Fountain (’13)
Slots Supervisor at Harrah’s Resort, Atlantic City

Lauren Fradella (’07), PBK
JD Seton Hall University Law School (’11) Arturi D’Argenio, Guaglardi and Meliti Attorny, Rochelle Park, NJ; Attorney at Callagy Law, LLC

Honor Friberg (Murphy) (’06)
Special Education Recruiter, AHRC, NYC

Margaret (Maggie) Fuller (’13)
MD Candidate University of Iowa Medical School

Angelica Garcia (’13)
Loan Counselor for Cenlar Corporation

Julie Anne Garretson (’11)
Program Manager at City Year; City Year, 2011 Corps Member NY, NY Team Leader

Caroline Gensch (’12)
Tax Services at EY Consulting/ Business Services

Aman Gill (’15)

Alyssa Gillon (’11)
Council of NJ Grant makers, assistant to the President

Valerie Gold (’15)

Clarissa Gomez (’10)
Law Clerk, Somersville, NJ courthouse; JD Seton Hall University Law School 2014

Radha Govindraj (’11),PKP, PBK
MD  NJMS ’14; Internal Medicine Resident at Boston Medical Center

Brittany Graf (’07)
Postdoctoral scientists-Rutgers University;FulbrightFellow, Universidad de las American, Quinto, Ecuador; PhD Plant/Bio Natural Products, Rutgers University ’14;  The Raskin Lab, Graduate Researcher, Phytomedicine, Graduate Assistant at Rutgers University

Nicole Grieco (’06), PKP
MA Publishing , New York University, Thomson West Data Manager, Source Material Specialist at Thompson Returns

Michelle Guranizo (’15)

Carolin Guentert (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project, PBK, PKP,
JD NYU Law School 2014

Christina Guentert (’14) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
Recruiting Coordinator at Google

Yalitz Guerrero (’09)
Master’s of Education TCNJ ’11, Second Grade teacher at Park Avenue Elementary School in Freehold Borough

Angelika  Gutierrez (Pena) (’11)
Graduate student at Columbia-Mailman School of Public Health; World Teach Educator

Danielle Hacker (Payne) (’05)
Compliance Officer at the State of New Jersey

Brittany Hammer (’07)
MA, Communication Studies, University of Texas; Special Education Teacher at South Plainfield BOE

Kristen Hands (Clark) (’05)
PhD Candidate Leadership Education, Rowan University, MPA  Public Administration, Rutgers University ’07 Eastern State University Professor, Philadelphia, Mastery Charter Elementary

Jennifer Hatrak (’08)
Substitute Teacher, Customer Service Representative

Michelle Hawkins (’09) *member El Salvador Solidarity Project
GE Product Surveillance Specialist; Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering NJIT

Shannon Hearty (Carey) (’06)
MS Occupational Therapy, NYU (’09)

Heather “Syd” Herman (Segal) (’07)
Editor at a medical advertising agency in Hamilton, NJ

Hillary Hewit(’08), PKP
JD, Penn. State U Dickinson School of Law (’11)
Deputy Director- Office of Community Relations- Office of the Governor Trenton, NJ

Jennifer Hill (’10), PKP
AmeriCorps; Works at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chaya Himelfarb (’13)
Staff. New Jersey Office of the Governor

Carrie Hornberger (’14)
Early Childhood Teacher

Catherine Inoa (’14)
Client Service Professional at HNR Block

Taylor Iodice (’15)

Emily Juricek (’09)
Life Coach, Health Care Recruiter, Maxim Heathcare Services (NP), Recruiter NTT Data

Bhavika Kakadia (’12) PBK
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Elizabeth (Liz) Kamel (’14)
Workbridge Associates

Lauren Kaplan (’14)

Krystyne Kennedy (’13)

Julie Kirschner(’05)
M.Ed, University of Vermont (’09); Northeastern U Assistant Director of Campus Activities, Boston; Assistant Director/Coordinator of the LGBTQA Resource Center at North Eastern University.

Kristina Knott (’04)
MA, Library Science (’10); Youth Service Librarian at Nova Southeastern University

Sharon Kohn (’07)
Rutgers University MBA Candidate; Management Associate, Public Service enterprise Group

Mediha Kosovrasti (Trega) (’05)
MSW, Columbia University (’09); NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Social Worker; field organizer at Organizing for America; Campaign Manager at Ken Biberaj 2013

Hakima Lamour (Martin) (’04)
MA in International Relations 2010, Owner-Kima’s Konfections, American Public University System; Owener- Kima’s Konfesctions

Grace Lee (’06)
JD, Brooklyn Law School (’09); Assistant General Council, New York City Council of Labor Relations

Megan Leeds (Schumacher) (’05)
MS Pharmacy, Temple U. (’10)
Regis University, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Meaghan Lenahan (’11)
Academic Specialist at Kean University

Leathia Lipscomb (’11) PKP,
M. Ed Early Childhood and Math , Georgia State U Class of 2013,Teach for America, Altanta, GA   Teach for America, Kindergarten Teacher Brookview Elementary, East Point, GA

Jenna Lobby (’13)
PhD Candidate Molecular biology Princeton University

Alexa Logush (’15)

Meagan Loo (’15)
Legal Administrative Assistant,  Cyruli, Shanks, Hart and Zizmor LLP

Katherine Loor (’15)

Karina Lopez (’12)
U.S. Army; CEL Cordinator TCNJ Bonner Center

Stephanie Lopez (Hernandez) (’12)

Lauren Lorenzo(’10)
Accountant Execitove at LKPR Inc, Freeman Public relations, Assistant Account Executive

Sarah Lynch (’11)

Christine Maco (’09)
Elementary school teacher, Indian Hills School Holmdel, NJ

Upasana Madan  (’13)
Assay Scientist, PBL Interferon Source, Piscataway NJ; UMDNJ/RWJ Medical School

Nicole Magno (’12) PKP
TCNJ Masters in English; Princeton in Asia Fellow, Dalian University of Technology; General Papers Teacher at Raffles Institution (Junior College)

Alyssa Mangel (’15)
Middle School Teacher at Elizabeth Public Schools

Claire Manning (Del Manico) (’06)
MA, Public Policy, Rutgers U (’10)

Kelsey Martin (’12)*member of Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
TCNJ Masters in Elementary Ed with certification to teach English as a second language; Teach for America Corps Member; 2nd Grade Teacher at KIPP Houston Public Schools

Evelin Martinez(’10)
Pursuing MBA at Villanova University; Financial analyst-Vanguard

Annie McCarthy (’12) PKP

Brigette McNamara(’08)
BSN/MSN candidate, Seton Hall (’11)

Alyssa Mease (’12)
Reporter, Trenton Times

Amanda Merced(’09)
PR intern, MCS Heathcare Public Relations

Christine Mesropyan ( (’04)
Sr.Sales Manager, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Fairfield, NJ

Nicole (Tauro) Milne (’09)
Bank of American, NYC

Sharanya Mohanty (’11) PKP
MJMS Med School, MD Candidate

Tiffany Monsalve (’13)

Caryn Monta (’09)
Craetive Arts Therapist for Peace; A Learned Solution at Atlantic County Women’s Center

Caroline Mottola (’11)
Clincal Practicum Telemetry at Community Medical Center

Danielle Nasser (Ravaioli) (’05)
Manager II, Price Waterhouse Coopers National Headquarters, Internal Communications Dept.

Andrea Nate (’06), PKP
MA, Sp./Hispanic Lit., Middleburg, ’07 PhD Hispanic Studies at Brown University

Miriam Nazmy (’07), PKP
MD and MPH Candidate, New York University

Alison Nolan (’12)*member of Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Teach for America, North Carolina, Teacher at Ridgewood High School

Yasmin Obie(’10)
Pre-K Teacher, Las Vegas Nevada

Casey Olesko (Schafhauser) (’12) PBK, PKP
Cherry Hill Women’s Center, Cherry Hill, NJ; Vice President of Public and Community Affairs at Planned Parenthood Association of the Mercer Area

Megan O’Neill (’13)
Junior Web Developer at Columbia U, NY City

Andrea Ortu  (’11) PBK, PKP
Analyst at compass Lexecon, MA  Public Policy, Carnegie-Mellon University (’13)

Ariane Osit (’05)
IRS Contract Specialist; MA in Law and Governance, concentrations in Governance, Compliance & Regulation and Intellectual Property from Montclair State University

Kari Osmond (’09)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
District Office Director for Us Congresswoman Bonnie Watson-Coleman; Chief of Staff, Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, NJ 15th District, Campaign Manager for Assembly Reed Gusciora (D-15), Campaign Manager for District 15 (Senator Turner, Asm. Gusciora, Asw. Watson Coleman) in the 2012 election
Mid Atlantic Regional Director of the Young Democrats of America’s LGBTQ Caucus
Secretary for the New Jersey Young Democrats
Vice President to the Mercer County Young Democrats
Graduate and Alum Chair for the New Jersey Chapter of the New Leaders Council
Big Sister for the Mercer County Big Brother Big Sister organization

Amanda Parks (’14)
Education Program Assistant at Special Olympics New Jersey

Camille Passucci (’13)
MA Candidate Social Work NYU; Intern Trinitas Hospital

Nupur Patel (’11)
NYU College of Dentistry

Jolanta Paz (’12)
Rothschild id Asset Management NY, NY

Casey Peduto(’07), PKP, PBK

Maria Samantha (Sam) Pena (’14)
Content Strategist at Hudson Horizons- Integrated Web Agency

Evelyn Pereria (’14)
MS candidate, George Washington University

Christina Pescatore (’08)
MA in Teaching, The College of New Jersey (’09)
Kumon, Tutor Kindergarten-8th grade

Tiffany Piatt (’15)

Jennifer Ponton (’12)
Allocation/ Pricing Coordinator at Hamburg Sud, Morristown, NJ

Jamie Praschil (Donnelly) (’05)
MA in Counseling Services, Rider U (’08); Crisis Clinician with the Princeton Health Care System; UPenn Department of Psychiatry

Jamie Primeau (’13)
Asst. Editor, Choices Magazine at Scholastic; Prom Marketing Assistant at Seventeen Magazine, Celebrity News Writer at Bustle

Jennifer Prizeman (’06)
JD, Rutgers U (’09); Bar Admissions: NJ, MD
BS Computer Science-University of Maryland (’16)

Ashley Reichelmann  (’08)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project, PKP
PhD Candidate Northeastern University- Sociology and Anthropology
MS of Contemporary Identities, University of Bristol, UK (’09)

Eliana Reyes (’08)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
Monster’s Making it Count, Programs Motivational Speaker

Lauren Anne Rittenbach (Hagger) (’12)
Title VI Specialist Port Authority of NY and NJ; Meridian health System

Grace Robol (Chmielarz) (’06)
JD California Western School of Law (’09); Associate Attorney at MPKL

Ria Rodney (’08)
MSW candidate, Columbia U Ministry of Labor, Human Services and Social Security Visiting Fellow/ Special Projects Coordinator, Georgetown; Research Assistant John Hopkins

Lillian (Lilly) Ruffo (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Master’s of Science in Social Work (MSSW) Columbia University
The Aspen Institute Council of Women World Leaders
Gender & Public Policy Fellow

Nancy Sai (’09)
MA candidate, University of Sussex, UK

Jennifer Salston (’06)
MD candidate, UMDNJ-NJMS (’11)
University of Colorado Denver, Internal Medicine Resident

Sanjna Sanghvi (’14)
Doctorate in progress-New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Harlem, NY (’20);PBL Assay Science in Piscattaway as a Bioassay Services Scientist

Jaimie Saratella (’09)
MLFA Finance Director, Dallas, Texas. People Analytics at College Station, TX

Brittany Saxton (’15) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
Law student- Villanova University School of Law

Heidi Schmid (Novik) (’06)
English teacher, Lawrence HS; Teacher-Scotch-Plains Fanwood High School

Karson Schmidt (Schreiner) (’11)
MD  Temple University School of Medicine ’15; Registered Nurse at Christian Care Health System

Sarah Scholz  (Malatino)
(’12) PKP
MA Candidate TCNJ

Natalie Serra
(’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project, PKP, PBK
JD  Brooklyn College of Law; Sanctuary for families, Legal Intern, NY; NY Legal Fellow at Essex-Newark Legal Services; Judicial Law Clerk-Superior Court of New Jersey

Lauren Serrano (’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project

Owner/Founder-Off Beet Vegan
Green Youth Collective, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Allison Shadel (’12)
Education Sales Consultant-Springboard Media

Meghna Shah (’11)
MD candidate Royal College of Surgeons Medical School, Dublin, Ireland

Eshica Showell (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
MA Justice Adm & Public Serv, College of St. Elizabeth ’14; Guest Services Rep at The Devil’s Arena Entertainment, Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

Rachel Smith (’13)

Graduate Student-The College of New Jersey-Education
Paralegal at Fishkin, Lucks, LLP

Michelle Spiegel (’09)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project, PKP
PhD Candidate candidate Arizona State University
MA  Women’s Studies, Ohio State University (’11)
North Star Academy Charter School, Elementary School Teacher

Sara Stammer (’15)

Emily Stark (Robinson) (’08)
MS-Library Science- Catholic University of America; Catholic University Law-Graduate Library Professionals Program; Instruction Services Librarian and Professor-Medical Education Campus-Northern Virginia Community College

Leslie Stickler (’06), PKP
MSW, Bryn Mawr College (’09)
Research Assistant- ETS

Caitlin Stinneford (’05)
MA in Ed. Community Counseling TCNJ ’08; Program Director-Monarch Services; Sexual Viloence  Prevention Educator at UC Santa Cruz; CONTACT of Burlington County Sexual Assault Services Director

Linda Talarico (’07)
Yoga teacher, Hawaii
Co-Owner and Managing Director of and

Dana Tallman (Deusing) (’07)
MA, Sec. Education, Georgian Court U (’12)

Heema Tambakuwala  (Dixt) (’08)
RN, Morristown Memorial Hospital

Nicole Tauro (Milne) (’09)
Bank of America Merill Lynch

Katherine (Katie) Tedesco (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
MSED Urban Ed, University of PA
Manager of Teacher Leadership Development-Teach for America-Greater Philadelphia Region
Non-profit-ROOTS Project; part time
Regional Finalist-Sue Lehman Award for Transformational Change
Teacher of the Year Award-Discovery Charter School-Philadelphia
Teach for America, Philadelphia, PA Discovery Charter School 7th and 8th grade Science Teacher

Alyssa Theinert (’12)
TCNJ Masters in Special Education, global teaching Rome

Debbie Ubele (’05)
Family Physician WT Sickersville Kennedy Heart Alliance, NJ
MD, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (’10)
UMDNJ-SOM Family Medicine Resident

Marileny Valera (’06)
Elementary Teacher, Plainsfield, NJ
Legal advocate at Women Aware Inc.

Marlene Valera (’05)
MS Rutgers U (’10); PALS Supervisor, Women Aware

Susan Vandine (’15)

Jessica Van Liere (’07)
Senior Proposal Manager, Xerimis Incorporated, Moorestown, New Jersey

Cheryl Varghese (’11) PKP
MA Candidate, English, The College of New Jersey. PhD Candidate Education, UNC, Chapel Hill

Megan Virtue (’14)
MAT candidate Deaf Ed Education TCNJ

Lahari Vudayagiti (14)
OD Candidate, Rowan U. School of Osteopathic Medicine

Eleanor (Nora) Wentworth (’09)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
School Leader-Renew Schaumburg-New Orleans; Teach for America, New Orleans, La Akili Academy of New Orleans 3rd grade; Semiar Instructor at TNTP; First Grade Teacher at THRIVE Academy, a KIPP School

Meryl Wimberley (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Small Business Account Manager, Monster Worldwide

Tamra Wroblesky (’10), PKP, PBK
Studied Physical Therapy- Thomas Jefferson University
Fellowship, Environment America
National Fatherhood Initiative Researcher

Sunita Yadavalli (’12)

MAUrban Education University of PA
Teach for America in Philadelphia, Elementary Education in the Mastery Charter School.

Mary Kate Yang (Szenasy) (’04), PKP
Firmenich, Sales and Operations Planning Analyst and Performance Manager

Natalia Zak (’15)

Lauren Zitwer (Smalley) (’08)
MBA, Rowan U (’11)