Sewanee: The University of the South


Yooson Chi ‘13

will be attending Boston College to get my master's degree in social work. I plan on becoming a clinical therapist for children, youth, and families. 5/11/13

Mallory Malloy ‘13

will be teaching in Namibia.

Marci Weber ‘13

is still looking for a job for the fall, but in the spring and summer of 2014, I will be hiking the Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia. After that, I'm hoping begin graduate school in Clinical Psychology. 4/24/13

Elisabeth Wharton ‘13

will be a helpline intern at the National Eating Disorders Association in New York from the Fall of 2013 until the summer of 2014. (majored in history with a psychology minor) 4/23/13

Blair Barrows ‘12

has been awarded a Watson Fellowship for the 2012-2013 academic year.

Lizzie Butler ‘12

will continue her freelance graphic design work.

Mary Christiansen ‘12

is going to medical school at USC-Greenville. (majored in biochemistry with a psychology minor) 4/30/12

Layne Ezzell ‘12

will be moving to Telluride, Colorado for the summer to work … and then seeing what happens ... 5/1/12

Alex Ginsburg ‘12

will be attending the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville. 4/5/12

Dani Kabbes ‘12

is going to Illinois State University to work towards a masters in Sports Management. Also have a graduate assistantship in the athletic department working in game operations. 4/27/12

Caroline Lindemuth ‘12

has a fellowship to pursue a Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Tulsa.

Quersten McDonald ‘12

will be working at FedEx TechConnect in Memphis TN.

Loretta Modica ‘12

will be attending Lincoln Memorial University – DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harrogate TN. 5/19/12

Jay Morgan ‘12

will be a market operations intern at the Trizetto Group in Denver

Hunter Peebles ‘12

will be travelling abroad this summer.

C. J. Phillips Pitts ‘12

will join Campus Crusade for Christ.

Erin Polena ‘12

will be starting a management development program with PNC Bank at their headquarters in Pittsburgh. Erin majored in Economics with minors in Psychology and Business. 5/20/12

Sloane Previdi ‘12

will work toward a M.S.W. at New York University's Silver School

Natalie Rothwell ‘12

will be continuing her education at The University of Tennessee Graduate School. I will be studying Social Work for the next two years! 4/5/12

Grayson Stadler ‘12

will continue at the Yale Child Studies Center as a Fellow

Haley Stocker ‘12

is enrolled in a Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Lipscomb University.

Evan Watson ‘12

will be working as a Case Manager for DEFAX while preparing for graduate school

Virginia Zakas ‘12

is planning on working for a few years and then attending Business school and maybe also pursuing a Masters in Sports Management. 4/30/12

Jenny Robb ‘11

Writes about teaching English at an elementary school in Korea in her blog.

Stephanie Goodwin ‘08

Stephanie is pursuing a Masters in Elementary Education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Kaeley Bobbitt ‘07

Kaeley is a Ph.D. candidate in Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin.

Andrew Evelo ‘07

is at John Jay College and the Graduate Center, City University New York, pursuing a Ph.D. in social psychology and psychology and the law

Jeananne (Babin) Kim ‘07

is serving in the U.S. Navy.

Andrea (Scarlatelli) Moran ‘07

is working as a copywriter for a publishing company in Cookeville, TN.

Caroline Banta ‘06

Is pursuing a Masters in School Counseling at Vanderbilt beginning in Fall 2007. posted 9/6/10

Sally Lewis ‘06

currently works as a middle-school counselor in a public school system.

Alex Marsden ‘06

is an associate in the Atlanta office of Booz & Company.

Maggie Vogel ‘06

Is the lead author of a 2012 article in Developmental Science

Dylan Lane ‘05

works for the Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society, as a communications specialist.

Ellen Murphy ‘05

Has moved from a position with AmeriCorps VISTA in Nashville to Charlottesville VA to pursue a graduate degree in counselor education.

Brittany Ames Apple ‘04

Brittany holds a master's degree in counseling from Boston College and is a licensed professional counselor. She is the founding director of High Point Counseling Center, which is part of the Care and Counseling Center of Georgia.

Rachel Riley Fancher ’04

Rachel is a clinical psychologist in Chicago.

Ashley Gerety ‘03

Completed a master's degree at the University of Texas at Dallas and has entered a graduate program at Texas Woman's University.

David Leflar ‘03

teaches sixth grade at a small Episcopal school in Atlanta.

Alecia Sundsmo ‘02

Alecia is a licensed psychologist serving as the Executive Director of the Wellness Center Counseling & Psychiatric Services at Dickinson College.

Alacia Trent ‘02

Received a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt and continues to work there on a language project.

Jonathan Arnold ‘01

Earned a MSt and DPhil in Ecclesiastical history at the University of Oxford, and a ThM in Systematic Theology/Pastoral Leadership from the Dallas Theological Seminary. posted 9/4/10

Beth Hackethorn Garland ‘01

Received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology and moves to a two-year post-doctoral fellowship.

Molly DuBray ‘98

Received her M.A. from Wake Forest and is in a doctoral program in neuroscience at the University of Utah.

Frank Pratt III ‘98

is in private practice (clinical social work) in Rome GA.

Margaret Will ‘91

received her M.A. in Psychology, Human Factors and Applied Cognition from George Mason University in 1999. 3/20/14

Paul Boardman ‘88

is working as a screenwriter and film producer.

Brian Mainwaring ‘86

has his own consulting business in Texas.

Millie Lamb ‘78

is supervising branch operations managers for a major bank.

Lynn Belt Schuppert ‘78

is a partner in the law firm of Blackburn, Maloney, and Schuppert LLC.

Henry Lodge ‘72

is phasing out his management role in the family business.

Catherine Shaw ‘71

retired after 37 years as clinical psychologist for the VA.

H. S. Meade Gwinn ‘69

is working in financial planning . . . moving from consulting to "the volunteering stage".

Somer Hooker ‘69

is self-employed as a consultant in the field of vintage motorcycles.

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