Tracy Shirey '14
I am an AmeriCorps member of AIDS United in Washington, DC, and am working as a health educator at Whitman Walker Health, a community health clinic in the heart of DC that specializes in HIV and LGBT care. I spend my days conducting HIV testing/counseling sessions, coordinating an HIV positive peer mentoring program, and facilitating a small group intervention for people living with HIV. I left Bowdoin's Africana studies program fascinated by the connection between healthcare disparities and racial inequalities, and my year of service at Whitman Walker allows me to work with the people who experience both firsthand.
Fatoumatta (Touma) Kunjo '10
Ms. Kunjo is a Ph.D. student of History at Stanford University.
Kijan Bloomfield Maxam '04
Since graduating I worked as a college advisor and education coordinator at various non-profits serving urban youth in New York City. I received my MA from Columbia University in International and Transcultural Education and I am currently pursuing my PhD in Religion at Princeton.
Jonathan MacKenzie Short '00
Mr. Short obtained his law degree from the William and Mary School of Law in 2003. He is now a partner at McCarter and English, and practices in all areas of intellectual property law, representing clients in disputes and transactions relating to patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright and trade secret, as well as unfair trade/business practices, cyberlaw and data privacy issues.