September 1, 2016
Tagged: College of Arts and Sciences, International Studies

International Studies Alumni: Where Are They Now?


Svetla Marinova (‘10) has just started an Executive MBA program at Wharton University of Pennsylvania. She is also working in the regulatory reporting sphere at Deutsche Bank.

Valeria Mendoza (‘14) is continuing to work on growing her business Echo Comunicaciones, Social Media Marketing Firm. Aside from her business, she will be traveling to Europe for the first time throughout July.

Erica White (‘15) has just completed her course work for her Masters’ in Public Health at the University of Washington. In February 2017, she will be leaving for Madagascar, where she will be able to use her French serving as a Peace Corps health volunteer. She is currently living in Seattle and working at the Space Needle, where she works as a tour guide for a French-speaking tour company .

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Tagged: College of Arts and Sciences, International Studies