September 1, 2015
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International Studies Alumni: Where Are They Now?

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Christina Butigian (’13) entered into Columbia University’s Masters program in Nutrition where she will complete a dietetic internship and become a registered dietician.

Janae Cummings (‘13) is now an elementary school English teacher at the International School of Choueifat in in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. She plans on attending Law School in the near future.

Meagan Gandolfo (’13) graduated in December 2014 with a Masters in “Art and the Art Market: Modern and Contemporary Art” from Christie’s Education. She also works part time at Christie’s as a gallery assistant.

Sharla-Renee Hart (’09) currently working at Adelphi’s Financial Aid office as a Financial Aid Ad-ministrator. She graduated in May 2014 with Adelphi University’s graduate degree in Communi-ty Health Promotion. Sharla is also doing volunteer work at an organization that provides her the opportunity to use the knowledge that she gained during her undergraduate and graduate years.

Reaz Khan (‘13) is currently an English Instructor at New York Studio of Languages in Istanbul, Turkey, and previously was a Classroom Teacher in English & Social Studies at the International School of Choueifat in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.

Hilda Perez (’11) earned a Masters of Social Entrepreneurship from Hult International Business School in August 2014. She’s also the COO and Co-Founder at “Savvy – Marketing for Good”.

Kristie Ranchurejee (’14) is currently working as a Teen Advisor at the YMCA, and was accepted to Brooklyn Law School’s Accelerated JD program.

This piece appeared in the International Studies Program Newsletter September 1, 2015 edition.

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