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

PhD: 11


JD: 16

MD: 14

WILL women are also teachers (38), dentists (1), pharmacists (1), business owners (1), registered nurses (5), workers for non-profit organizations (11), and more (226)! See more about our alumnae below!


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) Behavior Analyst at Behavior Interventions

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

Tabiya Ahmed (’16)  Program coordinator, New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute; Research Analyst

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

Samantha Altman (’15)
MA Special Education- The College of New Jersey; High School Special Educator at River Dell Regional High School in Bergen County, NJ; certification in Board Certified Behavior Analysis at Penn State

Laura Alshamie (’16) MA in Elementary Education, Grand canyon University; Arizona Freedom Mortgage

Rosa Alvarez (’18) Corporate and Consumer Communications

Mariah Alston (’13)
Masters-The Art of Teaching-The College of New Jersey; MA in Education Policy – Teachers College, Columbia University ’20; 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; Teacher at Hope Academy Charter School in Asbury Park; admissions department of the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied science at Columbia University

Tritsa Altstadt (’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; Account Director, the Lockwood Geoup

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

Bridget Appleby (’17) Assistant office manager at South Jersey Psychological and Counseling Services

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), Former TCNJ WGS Faculty, Studio 1831 Certified yoga Instructor; Part of Femme Collective Dance Company

Cecily Aragon-Ortiz (’23)

Julianna Ardizonne (’15)
Studies Mental Health Counseling at Montclair State University. Graduate Assistant at Montclair State University

Claudia Arias (’20)

Sakina Attaar (’12)
MD candidate, RWJ Medical School, Pediatric resident at University of Rochester Medical center, Greater New York Area

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

Dian Babu (’20)

Katherine Badecker (’17) Physician’s assistant September 2020, Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Thomas Jefferson University in August 2020

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

Christine Kelly Barna (’12)
Studied at Charles University. Nasdaq OMX Marketing Associate

Nisha (Bavalia) Jhalani(’05)
MD from NJMS (’09), Cardiologist New York Presbyterian – Columbia University Medical Center;  Assistant Professor of Medicine – Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons; Director, Women’s Heart Health Initiative, Cardiovascular Research Foundation; internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at New York Presbyterian – Weill Cornell Medical Center

Adrienne E. Bell (Butler)  (’12)*member of Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Bayada Home Health Care, Lawernceville, NJ; Human Resources Generalist at Rutgers University

Amy Benson (Adam) (’08)
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, Gender, and Sexuality 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
MD, MPH, Cleveland Clinic, Case Western School of Medicine U 2015 with Special Qualification in Biomedical Research, Pediatric Resident. Resident Physician at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York; Neonatology fellow

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

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

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

Danielle Blackmore (’15)

Katrina Blaise (Schlossberg) (’11) Job coach at Community Options in Mercer County NJ

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. Thesis on LGBTQ Bullycides and Education, Boston U (’12); Art Teacher, Maple Shade HS, Maple Shade, NJ; Adjunct Professor at TCNJ; Professional Development Presenter

Sarah Briguglio (’14)
Business Analyst at the Saucey Sauce Company; Seton Hall Law School; Juris Doctor, Lawyer

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

Francesca Buarne (’16)
Student at the City University of New York Law School (CUNY Law); At CUNY Law, President of If/When/How: Lawyering for reproductive Justice, Co-President of Coalition Against Initmate Partner Violence, staff member of CUNY’s Law review, treasurer of the Italian law Students Association, and a Public Interest Law Association Fellowship recipient

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

Emma Califano (’18)

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

Michele Calvo (’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
MPH in Epidemiology and Urban Health Administration, Rutgers U(’16); Works at NY Academy of Medicine; Policy Associate at the New York Academy of Medicine

Cassandra Castellano (’09)
Pace University Law School, JD; Works at Lawyers for Children

Rebecca (Becky) Celestina (’16)
Assistant, Digital Activation at Vizeum; 360i/Vizeum as a Media manager; Associate Audio Producer at the new Macmillan podcast network; Content Partnerships Coordinator – Acast

Tamara Cerbo (Christiani) (’06)
High School Math Teacher, Brick Memorial High School; Graduate School of Special Education masters (University of texas Permian Basin)

Stepahnie Cervino (’14)

Karen Chan (’16)
Human Resources Coordinator at BAI

Sarah Chang (’19) Freelance designer / Bakery associate

Carolina Chica (’12)
Foreign Service, Abuja, Nigeria; Thomas Pickering Fellowship, MA 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

Janelle Chiorello (’15)

Marisa Chiorello (’15)
Resident Life: People writer: Writer:, published first children’s book “Ella: How a Sad Girl Learns She’s Perfect Just the Way she Is”

Debra Cho(’10)* member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
Biology Graduate Program, 1st LT. US Army Medical Services, High School Biology Teacher at Teach for America

Stephanie Cirullo (’16)

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

Kaitlyn Cleary (’23)

Christina Codispoti(’13)
Broker at Marsh & McLennan Companies; M&A Executive Risk Broker at Willis Towers Watson

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

Rebecca Conn (’19)  Logistics Management Specialist

Caitlin Connolly (’14)
MA Candidate, Sociology, Rutgers U; Customer Service Representative (CSR) at Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

Jaclyn Corbo (’20)

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

Jackie Cornell  (’04)
NJ Hospital Association Sr. Director of Federal Relations and Regulatory Affairs, Former Region II Director of Health and Human Services, Former  State Director Obama for America- NJ; Founder and Director of the New Leaders Council of NJ (NLCNJ); Deputy Field Director, Obama for America- Pennsylvania; Outreach Director at United States House of Representatives

Jessica Cortese (Dymnioski) (’10)
MA TCNJ ’12, The College of New Jersey,  Middlesex County College First Year Experience Asst.; Ross University School of Medicine; Assistant to the Director, Parks and Reception

Teresa Couto (’13)
Hackensack University Medical Center

Lauren Crespo (Parra) (’10)
Taylor Nelson Sofres, market research

Miranda Crowley (’21)

Brittany Cruz (’18)
JD candidate at Drexel University Kline School of Law

Emeli Cruz (’23)

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
PhD Candidate Klien College of Media and Communications at Temple University; MA U of PA; Director of Institutional Advantage at North Light Community Center; Alice Paul Institute Director of Leadership Programs; Former Development Associate at Family Support Services, adjunct professor at Rowan College at Burlington County, board member at Manayunk Development Corporation

Jennifer DaCunha (’07)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project
Specialist for Relay for Life, Ventura California;; Community Education/Volunteer Coordinator at SAFE, Hunterdon County, NJ, Private Events Manager EDEN, Autism Services Bridgwater NJ, Now Assistant Director of Fundraising at Eden Autism Services

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; Researcher at the Gender, Health and Justice Research Unit- GHJRU

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

Kirsten Davis (’10)
JD-Rutgers School of Law-Camden’ Legal Intern at the Superior Court of New Jersey. Goethe UniFilm

Blakely Decktor (’07) *member El Solidarity Project
JD- CUNY Law School (’12) Staff Attorney at Women’s Link WorldWide, Bogata, Colombia, Legal Fellow Program Director, Institute for Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission; Freelance

Delores (Lori) DeLuca (’11)
Speech-language Pathology, Kean University; Speech Language Patholigist Westfield, NJ

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, Temple U Law School (’13), Executive Editor at Temple University Journal of Science of Technology and Environmental Law; Practices Elder Law in Philadelphia; co-chair of the Elder Law and Guardianship Committee of the Probate and Trust section of the Philadelphia bar Association; Assistant City Solicitor in the Child Welfare Unit for the City of Philadelphia

Isha Desai (Suthar) (’11)
ODqs Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (’16); MA in Public Health UMDNJ ’13; UMDNJ School of MCAT/Biology/ SAT instructor at Princeton Review

Katherine De Oliveira (’23)

Brianna Dioses (’17) First grade teacher at Thurgood Marshall School in North Philadelphia

Kathleen Dispoto (’18) Master’s from New York Medical College, 2020; speech-language pathologist

Yasmine Djerbal (’10)
PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University; MA  Gender Studies, Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada; Teaching Fellow in Gender and the Global South in the department of Gender Studies, Queens Univeristy

Ariel Donohue (’08), PKP, PBK
MA Montana State University; Senior Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Montana State University. 2014 Winner of the President’s Commission on the Status of University Women Award, Montana State University

Jessica Donohue (’05), PKP
MSW, Smith College (’09); Regional Executive Director Seneca Family of Agencies, San Francisco CA; Formerly Program Supervisor, Wraparound and START Programs at Seneca Family of Agencies-Bay Area CA.

Samantha Dooley (’15)
MSW candidate Rutgers University

Erin (Rosie) Driscoll (’18) Public Affairs Manager at Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey, Outreach Specialist for U.S. Senator Bob Menendez

Braden Drake (’23)

April-Susan Duncan (Golowski) (’06)
MA in Education Master’s of Library Science, University of Maryland, College Park, 2008; Masters of Arts in Teaching, Johns Hopkins, 2012

Giavanna Dziestiuta (’22)

Kendra Ebke (’23)

Maya Eilam (’06)
Pratt Institute 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
M.Ed. in College Student Affairs program at Rutgers University-New Brunswick ’18. Intern Office of Residence Life working with international student programming and advising the National Residence Hall Honorary; Assistant Director, Career Advising at Princeton University’s Center for Career Development

Clarissa Espinoza (’10)
MA Candidate, MS in nonprofit Management The New School 2013; Bilingual Victim Advocate at WestCOP; Assistant Director of Programs

Kimberly Estrada (’21)

Bailey Falco (’18)  Part B writer, Children’s Home Society of NJ

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; Simon & Schuster, NYC; Freelance writing for online publications; Copywriter

Aida  Figueroa -Epifanio(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; Project Specialist, NJ Department of Education

Rachel Fikslin (’16) PhD candiate, Social Psy. CUNY; Hunter HIV/AIDS Research Team. Doctoral student and instructor at The Graduate Center, CUNY and Hunter College, respectively; MA Psychology Hunter College, anticipated PhD in Social Psychology 2022

Melissa Fogg (’04)
Master’s in Social Work, Rutgers U (’09),  Immigrant Mental Health Specialist, Lutheran and Children and Family Service, Philadelphia. Works at City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program in their Porchlight Program. Teaching Psychology of Women at TCNJ and Thomas Jefferson University’s School of Population Health. Community Arts & Mental Health nonprofit administration / Psychology and Public Health Professor

Alyssa Fountain (Koch) (’13)
Business Development Officer at Recovery Centers of America.Former Slots Supervisor at Borgata Casino and Spa, Atlantic City, NJ, Slots Supervisor at Harrah’s Resort, Atlantic City.

Alexandra Fountaine (’21)

Lauren Fradella (’07), PBK
JD Seton Hall University Law School (’11) staff counsel at GEICO. Former Commercial Insurance-Capital ERISA Litigation Department Manager at Callagy Law. Arturi D’Argenio, Guaglardi and Meliti Attorney, Rochelle Park, NJ; Attorney at Callagy Law, LLC

Caroline Francesconi (’23)

Samantha Franz (’19)

Sarah Frey (’17)
Secular Coalition for America; Outreach Coordinator and Constituent Advocate for Sussex and Warren counties for Congressman Josh Gottheimer; JD Candidate, Rutgers Law; Palestinian American Community Center in Clifton

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

Honor Friberg (Murphy) (’06)
Recruitment Manager at AHRC New York City; SHRM-CP Certified; Special Education Recruiter, AHRC, NYC

Margaret (Maggie) Fuller (’13)
MD, PhD estimated graduation 2023, Medical Scientist Training Program, Celluar Physiology and Molecular Biophysics; PhD & MD Candidate University of Iowa Medical School

Gianna Fuls-Hopkins (’22)

Kaitlyn Gallagher (’20)

Angelica Garcia (’13)
Loan Counselor for Cenlar Corporation

Emily Garcia (’23)

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

Georgette (Gigi) Garrity (’19)

Raegan Gautman (’23)

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

Katherine Gellman (’23)

Aman Gill (’15)
Proposal Coordinator at Independence Blue Cross, Philadelphia, PA

Alyssa Gillon (’11)
Owner of The Morning Room Executive Assistant at Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon, Former Council of NJ Grant makers, assistant to the President, Freelance Marketing Consultant, Copwriter/editor at Freelance

Valerie Gold (’15)
Hudson Bay Company- Lord & Taylor, Assistant Planner for Cosmetics

Clarissa Gomez (George) (’10)
Law Clerk, Somersville, NJ courthouse; JD Seton Hall University Law School 2014; Former Diversity and Inclusion legal fellow at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company; Attorney

Sara Gonzalez (’22)

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

Anna Gracey (’17)  Masters of Arts, Middlebury College, 2021; High school English teacher

Brittany Graf (Leigh) (’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

Marisa Grillo (’17) Botany Program Lead

Kayla Gross (’16),
Works at Planned Parenthood; grant writer

Carolin Guentert (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project, PBK, PKP,
JD NYU School of Law, 2014; LLM Georgetown University Law Center, 2019; Lawyer (Associate at Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP)

Christina Guentert (’14) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project
MA, M.Ed. 2019; Staffing Services Associate at Google; Recruiting Coordinator at Google NYC, New World Travel NYC; Masters Candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University; School Psychologist

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

Michelle Guranizo (’15)

Lakshmi Gurram (’23)

Angelika  Gutierrez (Pena) (’11)
Program Assistant on Population based HIV Impact Assessment (PHIA) Project; Graduate student and Research Assistant at Columbia-Mailman School of Public Health; World Teach Ecuador

Danielle Hacker (Payne) (’05)
Investigator at the NJ Election Law Enforcement Commission; Formerly Compliance Officer at the State of New Jersey

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

Kristen Hands (Clark) (’05)
M.P.A./Public Administration (Rutgers), 2007; Ed.D./Education Leadership (Rowan), 2016; Eastern State University Professor, Philadelphia, Mastery Charter Elementary; Works at Haddonfield Public Schools; Education Program Development Specialist New Jersey Department of Education

Maureen Haque (’19)

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)

Erika Heinrich (’23)

Maya Hendl (’22)

Heather “Syd” Herman (Segal) (’07)
Senior Medical Editor, Entrée Health

Hillary, Hewit (Spadaccini) (’08), PKP
JD, Penn. State U Dickinson School of Law (’11); Attorney Advisor, United States Department of the Navy; Former Deputy Director- Office of Community Relations- Office of the Governor Trenton, NJ, Office of Counsel to Governor Christie, Legal Specialist

Emily Hicks (’23)

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

Chaya Himelfarb (’13)
Nursing Student-TCNJ; Staff. New Jersey Office of the Governor

Carrie Hornberger (’14)
Instructional Assistant at Readington Township Public Schools and West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District; Early Childhood Teacher, West Windsor School District; Paraprofessional are Lower Middle School Montgomery NJ

Tyler Hubbert (’19)
Promotions Assistant, Publicity Assistant Princeton UP

Lisa Infosino (’18)
Litigation assistant for Zwicker & Associates

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

Taylor Iodice (’15)
JD Candidate at Seton Hall Law

Emily Jacobsen (’21)

Catherine Janis (’18)

Rebecca (Becky) Jomarron (’18) Legal Administrative Assistant

Emily Juricek Terkovich (’09)
Professional Coach Credential (International Coach Federation), ACCC (Accomplishment Coaching Certified Coach), Life Coach/Leadership Trainer (Self Employed); Health Care Recruiter

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

Elizabeth (Liz) Kamel (’14)
Recruiter for Flatiron Health; Former Teacher at Workbridge Associates

Lauren Kaplan (’14)

Regan Kenia (’23)

Krystyne Kennedy (’13)

Shannon Kennedy (’19)
MEd. Urban ED. Candidate TCNJ

Carina Kharmandarian (’22)

April Kibalo (’22)

Jace 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. Works at NASPA- Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education; Senior Educational Technologist with MIT

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

Allison Kofsky (’23)

Sharon Kohn Skepner (’07)
Rutgers University MBA ’15; Management Associate, Public Service enterprise Group; Manage the Human Resources function at the educational services company Kumon North America

Mediha Kosovrasti (Gega) (’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

Rebecca Kosty (’22)

Magdalena Kurnyta (’18)

Ashley Lai (’17) Currently pursuing my MSW at Rutgers University ‘2020

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

Olivia Laura (’17)

Catriona Leary (’21)

Grace Lee (’06)
JD, Brooklyn Law School (’09); Assistant Commissioner, NYC Mayor’s Office of Labor Relations; Former Assistant General Council, New York City Council of Labor Relations

Megan Leeds  (’05)
MPharmD, Temple U (’10).  MBA Regis University (’17); Former Assistant Professor Regis University, Boulder, CO, Current Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at Regis University School of Pharmacy.

Meaghan Lenahan (’11)
Academic Specialist at Kean University

Leathia Lipscomb (’11) PKP,
M. Ed Early Childhood and Math, Master of Education, Georgia State University, December 2012, Teach for America, Atlanta, GA. Kindergarten Teacher Brookview Elementary, East Point, GA. PBIS Classroom Practices Coach; Birth to Pre-K Facilitator

Jenna Lobby (’13)
PhD Molecular biology Princeton University; Works at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Alexa Logush (’15)
Archives Coordinator -Tiffany & Co.

Meagan Loo (’15)
Legal Secretary at Cooley LLP, Former Legal Administrative Assistant, Cyruli, Shanks, Hart and Zizmor LLP; Former Practice Team Assistant at Cooley LLP; Senior Paralegal

Katherine Loor (’15)

Genesis Lopez (’20)

Karina Lopez (’12)
MSW from Smith College, 2019; Juvenile Justice and Prisoner Reentry Diveision CEL Coordinator at TCNJ Bonner Institue and Specialist e-4 at U.S. Army; Senior Analyst at Accenture

Stephanie Lopez (Hernandez) (’12)

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

Sarah Lynch (’11)

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

Jenna Macdonald (’20)

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, China; General Papers Teacher at Raffles Institution (Junior College)

Alexandra Mallinas (’19)
MA candidate Special Ed teaching TCNJ

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

Claire Manning (Del Manico) (’06)
MA, Public Policy, MPAP Rutgers U (’11); Directory of Advocacy & Mobilization at The Arc of the United States

Hailey (Jack) V. Marr (’16)
Job Coach at National Down Syndrome Society

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

Gabrielle McLean (’22)

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

Alyssa Mease (’12)
Reporter, Trenton Times

Angelica Mellomida (’18)

Rebecca Melton (’22)

Amanda Merced (Hudson)(’09)
Director of Client Services at MCS Healthcare 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)
Creative Arts Therapist for Peace; A Learned Solution at Atlantic County Women’s Center

Ariel Moskowitz (’17)  MD Candidate, Trinity Medical Sciences University. Expected graduation, 2021

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

Colleen Morgan Murphy (’16) Editor

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, Spanish Language Instructor Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University Faculty memeber, Classical and Modern Languages at Truman State University

Miriam Nazmy (’07), PKP
MD NYU Med School/ MS Public Health NYU, Family Medicine Resident, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, CA

Elizabeth Nemec (’21)

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

Amanda Nunes (’23)

Ava Oaley (’20)

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

Casey Olesko (’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; Communications Manager at Planned Parenthood of Central and Greater Northern New Jersey, Inc.; Communications Director, Planned Parenthood Action Fund of NJ

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)

Megan Osika (’15)
Student Center Operations Graduate Intern at Rutgers University

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
Deputy Chief of Staff, Rep Bonnie Watson Coleman; Former District Director for the 12 Congressional District of NJ; 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

Madina Ouedraogo (’18)
Masters of Public Administration (MPA Degree) May 2020 from NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service; Graduate Administrative Assistant in the Office of Graduate Marketing and Admission Consulting at New York University; currently a part time Program Assistant at the NYU School of Law National Center on Philanthropy and the Law (NCPL) as well as the Spring 2020 Graduate Policing Intern within the National Political Advocacy Department (NPAD) at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) New York National Office.

Sarah Pawloski (’20)

Mi-Yeon Park (’17)

Amanda Parks (’14)
Former Education Program Assistant at Special Olympics New Jersey, Community Manager, Relay for Life at American Cancer Society. Current Development Director at the American Heart Association

Sophie Paslowsky (’22)

Camille Passucci (’13)
MSW from New York University, May 2016; Intern Trinitas Hospital

Nupur Patel (’11)
DDS; NYU College of Dentistry

Jolanta Paz (’12)
Rothschild 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

Carla Ruby Perez (’23)

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

ShaLisa Peterson (’22)

Caroline Petrie (’23)

Gabrielle Petrone (’21)

Tiffany Piatt (’15)
Teach for America

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

Kristen Port (’23)

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

Aman Preet (’15)
Proposal Coordinator- Independence Blue Cross Blue Shield, Philadelphia, PA

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

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

Bridget Quinn (’17)  Senior Program Specialist at AARP New Jersey

Roshni Raji (’22)

Saray Ramos (’22)

Kristen Randolph (’16)

Katherine Reese (’19)
MA candidate TCNJ

Ashley Reichelmann  (’08)* member El Salvador Solidarity Project, PKP
Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology, Virginia Tech; PhD Candidate Northeastern University- Sociology and Anthropology
MSC 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)
Nursing student in an accelerated BSN program; Seton Hall. Former Title VI Specialist Port Authority of NY and NJ; Meridian health System

Olivia Rizzo (’17)

Zainab Rivzi (’18)

Grace Robol (Chmielarz) (’06)
JD California Western School of Law (’09); Associate Attorney at MPKL; Field Counsel at Liberty Mutual Insurance

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 (’14); Registered Nurse

Cristina Rodriquez (’17)
Account Coordinator at Lou Hammond Group; Account Executive – Travel PR firm

Alyssa Rosenberg (’16)

Abby Rosu (’22)

Lillian (Lilly) Ruffo (’11) *member Nicaragua Solidarity Project II
Teachers College, MA, 2012,
The Aspen Institute Council of Women World Leaders
Gender & Public Policy Fellow; Literacy Coach

Liane Russell (’20)

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

Alexandria Salib (’17)

Jennifer Salston (’06)
University of Colorado Denver, Internal Medicine Resident

Sanjna Sanghvi (’14)
Doctorate in progress-New York College of Pediatric 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
JD Villanova University School of Law; Clerk for NJ Superior Court Judge, Civil Division; Formerly Legal Intern at Atlantic County Prosecutors Office

Jessica Scardino (’14)
Assistant Paralegal at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bersen & Loewy

Brianna Santengelo (’17)

Jennifer Schablik (’17)  Master of Public Health (MPH), The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, 2019; Health Outcomes Scientist

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

Karson Schmidt (Schreiner) (’11)
Rutgers University, BSN, 2013, MD Temple University School of Medicine (’15); Registered Nurse at Christian Care Health System

Sarah Scholz  (Malatino)
(’12) PKP
MA Candidate TCNJ, Assistant Copywriter at Urban Outfitters

Megha Seghal (’23)

Jennie Sekanics (’16)
Admissions Counselor at the College of New Jersey

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 of Nicarague Solidarity Project
Head Pastry Chef at Moss Café; Owner/Founder of Off Beet Vegan; Green Youth Collective, Ho Chi, Minh City, Vietnam

Gabriella Setti (’21)

Allison Shadel (’12)
Education Sales Consultant-Springboard Media, Macmillan Publishers; Regional Director, K-12 Enterprise Sales at Instructor

Meghna Shah (’11)
MD candidate Royal College of Surgeons Medical School, Dublin, Ireland; Resident at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center

Ria Shah (’23)

Erin R. Shannon (’16)
Ph.D. Eudcation, University of York

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

Lisha Silver (’19)
M.ED candidate special Ed,TCNJ

Rehat Singh (’23)

Allison Smith (’19)
PhD candidate Chemistry UNC

Rachel Smith (’13)
Graduate Student; The College of New Jersey- Education; Paralegal at Fishkin, Lucks, LLP

Rachel Smith (’20)

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)
Works at TCNJ Off-site Graduate Programs

Emily Stark (Robinson) (’08)
MS-Library Science- Catholic University of America; volunteer librarian at Ecole Jean Jacques Rousseau- French School of Austin. Formerly Catholic University Law-Graduate Library Professionals Program; Instruction Services Librarian and Professor-Medical Education Campus-Northern Virginia Community College

Hannah Statler (’21)

Leslie Stickler (’06), PKP
MSW, Bryn Mawr College (’09) Social Work and Social Research Branch Associates, Inc. Research Associate, Philadelphia; Educational Testing Service; Outpatient counselor

Caitlin Stinneford (’05)
MA in Ed. Community Counseling TCNJ (’08); Lecturer at California State University, Monterey Bay, Co-Owner at Hive: Event Planning and Design; Special Projects Manager at YWCA Silicon Valley; Program Director-Monarch Services; Sexual Violence Prevention Educator at UC Santa Cruz; Contact of Burlington County Sexual Assault Services Director

Megan Synek (’18)

Emma Taff (’23)

Linda Talarico (’07)

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

Isabelle Tan (’16)

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

Dana Tedesco (’17) – Graduate school – Physician Assistant Program at Mercy College (August ’20)

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, Manager, Diversity and Leadership Development at Teach for America

Kayla Termyna (’17)

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

Chelsea Triano (’21)

Varahi Trivedi (’18) Master of Public Health – Dartmouth College, ’19; Strategy Consultant in the life sciences industry

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

Jahnvi Upreti (’18) B.A. in International Relations,TCNJ 2019; Fulbright ETA

Marileny Valera (Lin) (’06)
Masters in Public Administration; Coordinated Family Care Case manager. Former Elementary Teacher, Plainsfield, NJ
Former Legal advocate at Women Aware Inc.

Marlene Valera (Rodriguez) (’05)
MS Rutgers U School of Social Work (’10); PALS Supervisor, Women Aware; Social worker

Julianne Valvano (’22)

Susan Vandine(’15)
Kindergarten Teacher- Charles Street School, Camden, NJ; Former teacher at the Goddard School; Substitute teacher in Helena, Montana

Jessica Van Liere (’07)
Senior Proposal Manager, Xerimis Incorporated, Moorestown, New Jersey; Sr. Client Communications Specialist at Independence Blue Cross

Ashley Van Riper (’17)

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

Genesis Vasquez-Peralta (’21)

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

Lahari Vudayagiti (14)
OD Candidate, Rowan U. School of Osteopathic Medicine; Worked at American Medical Association- Medical Students

Indira Walsh (’23)

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; Field-International Specialist at DHL

Corinne Winters (’18) Policy Editor

Tamra Wroblesky (’10), PKP, PBK
PhD Thomas Jefferson University; Co-owner/Physical Therapist at Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy; Fellowship, Environment America; National Fatherhood Initiative Researcher

Sunita Yadavalli (’12)
MA Urban 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; Director of Admissions at a Private Christian School

Kathleen (Katie) Yorke (’16)
NYU MA International Education 2021; International Student Services Manager and DSO; Teaching English to high school students in Bucaramanga, Columbia

Natalia Zak (’15)
Microbiologist at Gibraltar Laboratories

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

Madeline Zucher (’20)