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Cate Day ’20 is a Program Assistant at On The Goga, an organizational wellbeing company grounded in the philosophy that Happy People Do Great Things.
Jessie Jacobson ’16 works for a NYC-based advertising agency specializing in digital advertising for Broadway shows and museums.
Liz Bowling ’13 (below left with new husband Mike) got married recently. She works at Seagate Technology as a senior global program manager.
Emilia Calderon ’17 is a JD Candidate at Notre Dame Law School.
Edward James ’19 is a MPH candidate at Brown University.
Katie Silberstein ’15 completed her M.Ed in Policy and Leadership from the University of Washington in December 2019. She is a Research Fellow at Edunomics Lab, a research center that explores and models education finance decisions to inform education policy and practice. She sits on the board of Cascade Public Schools | Midway Academy, a charter school in Des Moines, WA.
Sarah Panzer ’18 got accepted to New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and will start in this fall. Congrats!
Hazel Simpson ’20 is working as a research assistant for The Institute for Research on Youth Thriving and Evaluation (RYTE Institute). She recently made Bates News for designing the class of 2020 ivy stone!
Alexandria Onuoha ’20 is beginning her Ph.D. in applied developmental psychology at Suffolk University in the fall.
Melody Altschuler ’17 is in her first year of graduate school at the University of Minnesota. She is in the dual developmental and clinical psychology PhD program through the Institute of Child Development and the Psychology Department. And she was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which she starts this fall. Congratulations on this very prestigious fellowship!
Sarah Vinchesis ’17 was accepted in Lesley University’s Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program (Cambridge, Mass). She will begin in the fall.
Jorge Piccole ’18 was accepted to Boston University’s MSW program. He got married to Thai Tran ’19 in December of 2018.
James Brissenden ’15 announced his engagement to Olivia Brown ’15. James recently joined the board of the Greater Portland Immigrant Welcome Center, helping employers in Maine tap into the New Mainer talent pool.
Melanie Sklar ’14 is a fourth year clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Antioch University New England.
Aly Goldstein ’13 will soon be finishing her PsyD in clinical psychology at Widener University in Philadelphia.
Will Koller ’17, (below with his dog) has begun a Ph.D. program in clinical psychology at Yale.
Eliza Roberts ’19 (with her dog, Comet) has recently moved to Chicago and started working for the law firm Jones Day.
Tina Browne ’04 (center), now an attorney in New York City, sent us this photo of herself with her wife Catanna and her daughter Amelia.
Ella Ross ’19 has accepted a position as a Post-Baccalaureate Civic Engagement Fellow, a one-year position that is a partnership between the AmeriCorps VISTA program, the Harward Center, and the Student Life division of Bates College. Congrats!
Rachel Lippin-Foster ’15 is currently in an MSW program at NYU (graduating in 2020). Both her first and second-year placement focus on providing mental health treatment to adolescents.
Chris Eddy ’15 is finishing his second year in law school at UNC School of Law.
Mikey Pasek ’12 (below right with his advisor Jonathan Cook, left) received his Ph.D. in social psychology from The Pennsylvania State University in 2018. He is now a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The New School for Social Research, where he is studying the ways in which religious identity and religious beliefs affect intergroup relations.
Alexandra Abry ’13 (and former Assistant in Instruction) got married to her husband Shawn this fall. Congrats!
Nina Tupper ’13 has completed her Ph.D. in psychology at Maastrict University.
Liz Bowling ‘13 received her master’s in applied statistics from the University of Denver in 2017 and recently accepted a data analyst position with Seagate Technology in Longmont, Colorado. Liz will help the business strategy team identify trends, build predictive models, and visualize their health and safety data.
Jenny Stasio ’07 has a new addition to the family. Pictured below is Baby Sawyer with big sister Addie.
Simone Schriger ’14 has just been accepted into a clinical psychology PhD program at the University of Pennsylvania. Congrats, Simone!
Next fall Lloyd Smith ’17 will begin a masters program in financial mathematics at the University of Chicago. Congrats, Lloyd!
Lauren Dobish ’12 ran the (very rainy) Boston Marathon and shared this great photo with us.