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Waldron Student-Alumni Connections Program Alumni Council

The Alumni Council's mission is to advance the goals of the Waldron Student-Alumni Connections Program through participation, guidance, and advocacy. Members will serve as strategic partners to the Waldron Connections Program and represent diverse industries, majors, geographies, and backgrounds. Alumni Council members help the program by sharing expertise, expanding our networks, and taking part in events.

Alumni Council Members:

Meghan Anzelc '05 MS, '08 PhD (Physics & Astronomy): Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Three Arc Advisory

Brianna Bagnoli '12 (English & Business Institutions minor): Vice President at Goldman Sachs

Barbara Byrne '89, FSM '93, FSM '96, KSM '02 (History): Chief Information Officer at Advocate Aurora Health

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Parris Caffey '03 (Economics): Senior Client Partner at Reddit

Olyvia Chinchilla '18 (Political Science and Economics): Masters in Political Sociology Candidate at London School of Economics and Political Science

Michael Collins '07 (African American Studies and Gender Studies): Americas Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Global Head of Race at Work at Barclays

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JJ Guajardo '97 (Psychology): Senior Design Researcherat Microsoft

Alan Matsumura '79 (Biological Sciences): Founding Partner at Sagence Inc

Emily McCall '13, McC '19, KSM '19 (Spanish and Economics): Senior Manager of Product Strategy & Operations at TaskRabbit

Natasha Phillips '00, KSM '08 (Sociology): Senior Director of Global Marketing and Marketing Analytics at Abbott

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Sanjay Sethi '98 (Economics and International Studies): Executive Director and Founder at Artistic Freedom Initiatives

Daniel Shedivy '97, KSM '02 (Economics): CFO at Medical Solutions

Sarah Walwema '18 (Environmental Sciences): Climate Project Manager at Trust for Public Land

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Precious Wright '08 (Psychology): Director of Workforce Development at Austin Peoples Action Center
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