Onward & Upwards: Farewell to our Spring 2017 Graduates

Each semester, our Vote Everywhere Ambassadors continue to do amazing work on their respective college campuses. They make tireless strides to improve civic engagement at their schools and encourage their peers to participate in the process both on and off campus. While some of our Ambassadors join us as early as their freshmen year of college, and others opt to join us later, each of them leave a mark at their alma maters and go on to do incredible work post graduation. We would like to extend a huge congratulations to all of our Ambassadors who will be embarking on this new chapter in their lives. We look forward to witnessing what kind of leaders you become and the impact you will make on your communities.

Here’s a look at some of the post graduation plans of our Spring 2017 graduates:

Yemi Olaiya Allegheny College Will be volunteering in a judge’s office and then completing internship abroad before applying to law school.
Anna Kellog Arizona State University Applying to graduate school at the end of the summer, followed by a gap year of adventure and work.
Andrew Sypher Arizona State University Pursuing a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) degree.
Eva-Marie Quinones Bard College Pursuing PhD in Political Science at Yale University, examining voting behavior.
Jessica Zaccagnino Bard College Attending University of Connecticut School of Law for a joint J.D/LL.M in Human Rights and Social Justice as a Dean’s scholar.
Victoria Woolfolk Fairleigh Dickinson University Getting a job after graduation.
Kaylin Parker Louisiana State University Accepted position at a public relations firm located in New Orleans.
Lisandra Fernandez Miami Dade College- Kendall Continuing education at a different institution.
Ariana Hurtado Miami Dade College- North Graduating with AA this semester and will be continuing studies at a 4 year university.
Tegan Jarchow Simpson College Attending law school at Drake University.
Jordan Sheridan St. Lawrence University Will be accepting job offer in Boston, Massachusetts.
Page Keating SUNY Stony Brook  Attending Bloomberg School of Public Health at John Hopkins University.
Nicole Bruno SUNY Binghamton  Pursuing a Master’s degree after graduation.
Nick Doran SUNY Binghamton  Will be working for the Office of the Comptroller as an Assistant National Bank Examiner.
Robert Stanger SUNY Geneseo Pursuing a career in Human Resources.
Usijid Hameed Towson University Will be working as Legislative and Communications Coordinator for the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ -Columbus, Ohio Chapter.
Dana  Sweeney University of Alabama Will be interning in Washington, DC with People For the American Way for summer 2017 and then begin working as an organizer for Change Corps in August.
Ryan Weinberg University of California-Berkeley Attending UCLA for Masters in Public Policy.
Magaret Schaller University of Dayton Completing year of service with the Lutheran Volunteer Corps, serving the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights of San Francisco.
Nicholas Hancart University of Dayton Will be working in Columbus, Ohio for state government.
Ryan Mockabee University of Florida Staying in Gainesville, Florida for the summer and taking gap time before applying to medical school.
Vincent Cahill University of North Carolina- Charlotte Will be working as Litigation Assistant at David Polk’s New York City office.
Christopher Coombs University of Utah Starting Theology school in the fall.
Emma Tate Western Carolina University Starting Master’s program at University of Chicago in the fall.