Cara works in risk and strategy for an international oil company in Houston, Texas. Prior to graduating in 2008 with a degree in International Studies, Cara studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. There, she sealed her interest in energy after experiencing repeated rolling power outages in the capital of the resource rich country. During her senior year, Cara worked with two professors on power and energy related research, developing critical quantitative skills and industry knowledge that helped her land her first job as a research analyst covering the US oil and gas industry at consultancy Wood Mackenzie. After three years, "I was able to learn a tremendous amount about the industry in a research role but wanted to learn more about the day to day operations of a natural resource firm so I made the move from research to industry."
Before graduating in the spring of 2011, Claire studied International Studies and spent a year abroad at Sciences Po in Paris. After graduation she joined the Peace Corps and is currently serving in rural Senegal, West Africa. Her work as a preventive health volunteer includes work with the Stomp out Malaria initiative (http://stompoutmalaria.org), maternal-child health programs, and basic water and sanitation projects. Learn more about her work and life in the Peace Corps at https://voicilesoleil.wordpress.com/
At Hopkins Brooke was a Writing Sems/Political Science double major. She interned at the Atlantic Monthly and the Baltimore Sun. She organized fiction/poetry readings for other Sems majors (her favorite activity!) and was part of many service organizations that she can no longer remember. As Meredith Vieira's associate producer, she reports and produces stories for the national primetime news magazine Rock Center with Brian Williams. Her previous work in television was at the Today Show and as an NBC Page.
After graduating from JHU in 2009 with a degree in Psychological and Brain Sciences, Rebecca decided to go down an entirely different career path, and get a second bachelor's degree. This May she will be graduating from Columbia University's second-degree accelerated nursing program with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. In June she will start on my master's degree to become a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. In these last months, she has been in the classroom for 2 hours a week, and works alongside a pediatric nurse in a local hospital. She gets to spend her days making sick kids feel a little better, and keeping the less sick kids entertained with games and activities.
Luke is a writer/comedian/actor in New York City. His written and filmed work can be found places like College Humor, Funny or Die, and McSweeney's. Right now, he writes Disney's daily comedic news show "Daily Shot with Ali Wentworth" and is working on several web and TV projects. He is also a writer/producer at New York's Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. While at JHU, Luke majored in Political Science, served as President of Hopkins Student Enterprises, and founded Hopkins-based financial literacy program Save the Future.
Eric is current an analyst for the Advanced Analytics team of Sg2 Health Care Solutions. He works with team members to analyze data from hospital nationwide and develop opportunities and focus areas for both short-term and long-term growth. While studying Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Hopkins, Eric was involved in independent research in Dr. Joelle Frechette's nanotechnology lab. He also was very involved with the JHU student chapter of AIChE/SBE in various roles, including ChemE Car Chair, chapter president, and 2010 AIChE Mid-Atlantic Student Regional Conference Chair. He continues his involvement in AIChE as a member of the Chicago AIChE Young Professional Advisory Board.
Hugh is a Secondary Math/Science Instructional Facilitator. After his two years of service in teaching through Teach for America, he taught two additional years, and now provides professional development for high school teachers in his school district. While at Johns Hopkins, Hugh was a Public Health major, which provided him the liberty to study some of the health and social discrepancies lower socio-economic populations face. He also served in the role of president of the Gospel Choir and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.