Fall 2020 Class Notes

October 20, 2020

Spencer Bracey, BBA ’20, is continuing his education at George Washington University in the one-year Master of Science in International Business program. In his off time, Spencer is working with GrassRoots Campaigns as a campaigner, and training for a marathon.

Tom Crean, BA ’20, started a fully-funded master’s program at Georgia State University.

Marissa DeShon, MA ’20, is a consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton with the Civil Services Group.

Michael Fox, BA ’95, lives in the Bay Area with his wife Anissa Fox, nee Dampog, BA ’95, a fine arts alumna, and their two children. He is the CEO of California Olive Ranch, the largest domestic grower and producer of Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Allie Geoca, BA ’18, is attending the George Washington University Medical School.

Joseph Gurrola, MA ’20, was recently accepted into the PhD program at University of Maryland, College Park.

Alexandra Inman, BA ’14, completed her law degree and passed the California Bar Exam. She is now working in intellectual property law, specializing in sports and entertainment in the Southern California-area.

Esha Jain, BA ’19,  is currently attending Medical School at the George Washington University.

Natalie Mathes, BA ’18, is entering her second and final year of the City University of New York Graduate Center's MA program in philosophy. Over the summer, she worked as a public relations and advocacy associate on behalf of national political and non-profit organizations.

Jenna McAllister, BA ’19, was accepted into the PhD program at Fordham University.

Raj Patel, BA ’11, MA ’13, defended his PhD dissertation at the University of Pennsylvania this year and has started as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Department at UPenn.

Rosanna Picascia, BA ’07, started a new position as visiting assistant professor of philosophy at Swarthmore College.

Sophie Rickless, BA ’20, is researching the philosophical continuities between Victorian and Modernist literature as she commences her English PhD studies at UCLA.

Jacob Ziontz, BA ’20, started a two-year, post-baccalaureate fellowship at the National Institutes of Health’s Department of Bioethics.