Former Posse student and English major Yamilka Roque ’15 works to help students find their passion and their voice as an English teacher at the American Dream Charter High School in New York City.
Katherine Heacock ’13 makes magic for “guests” from around the world as a cast member at Walt Disney World.
Former environmental studies major Dan Myers ’11 helps protect the last wild places in the ocean as the international policy manager for the National Geographic Society Pristine Seas project.
For Ted and Kay Gleim Poitras ’53, giving back is a gift that keeps on giving. Discover the impetus for and the impact of their generosity.
Following a legal career in child advocacy, former political science major Lisa Toy ’80 opened Misha Siberian Husky Rescue, a nonprofit aimed at saving huskies from high-kill shelters.
Priscilla Addison ’09 combines her love of art with her entrepreneurial spirit as co-founder of ’57 Chocolate, a manufacturer of fine chocolates, while also working at the USAID in Ghana, West Africa.
Angela Hertz ’99’s love for all things Italian led her to co-found La Scuola d’Italia Galileo Galilei, a Pre-K-12 bi-lingual private school in Pittsburgh.
Will Kochtitzky ’16 discusses how global student-faculty research at Dickinson set him on the course to earn a National Science Foundation graduate fellowship.
Blending her admissions internship experiences with her art & art history major, Diamond McClintock ’14 launched a career as a talent acquisition specialist at Warner Music Group.
From Bach to "B-I-N-G-O," Alexander Strachan ’13 has performed in concert halls, nursing homes, prisons, daycares, hospitals, hospices and more. The aim: To promote wellness through music.
Marketing superstar/activist Anastasia Pfarr Khoo ’97 keeps the faith.
Henry Sorett ’68 has spent his life in the courtroom, defending all comers, big and small.
Spend some time on the Susquehanna River with Roy Rogers ’75, who captains a riverboat launching from City Island daily.
Former history major Glenn Whitman ’91 is an author, educator and women’s soccer coach who strives to understand how the brain works, learns and thrives.
There’s a reason they call it the “city that never sleeps,” and no one knows this better than Sukanya Krishnan ’93.
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