Andrews is the Director of Studies in Forbes College at Princeton University.
Alumni Career Profiles
Major(s): Economics, Spanish
Frankel is the founder of EduPlate, an iPhone app that matches people with their own dedicated Registered Dietitian coach.
Warnke specializes in corporate social responsibility and nonprofit branding, portfolio, and capability growth.
Major(s): Political Science
This social entrepreneur's goal is to sell products made with the grain teff bought directly from the Ethiopian farmers who grow it.
Cartwright's career focuses on reproductive health issues, previously in Tanzania and now at a research center at the University of California, San Francisco.
Riskin is finishing a M.F.A. in Curating at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana.
Major(s): Latin, Greek
Subashi is a management fellow at the Support Center/Partnership in Philanthropy consultancy, where he focuses on launching work in the impact economy space.
Fuchs works for the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory's Submillimeter Array, a telescope located atop Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawai'i.
Major(s): Classical Languages
Miller deferred enrollment to law school in order to begin a career as a copywriter.
Lawson founded Trash Free Maryland, a nonprofit that creates long-term solutions to trash pollution through policy and behavior change.
First is executive director of the Drucker Institute, a social enterprise based on a university campus that teaches executives across all sectors how to strengthen their organizations in ways that also strengthen society.
Major(s): German Studies
Gaus is a freelance German-English translator and owner of a translation company.
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