Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York


RECENT GRADUATES (2007-present)

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Pam Zazzarino (FCRH '14)
Annie Buckel (FCRH '13)
Leila Nabizadeh (FCRH '13)

Sogand Afkari (FCLC '12)
Joseph Belingard (FCLC '12)
Suzy Kim
(FCLC '12)
William Brewer
(FCLC '11)
Lorraine Dalton (FCRH '11)
Samantha Ferrier (FCRH '11)
Michael Haskins (FCRH '11)
Joseph McCarthy (FCRH '11)
Mathew Rodriguez (FCLC '11)
Grace Waltemyer (FCRH '11)

Jared Magee (FCRH '10)
Nina Skorupski (FCRH '10)
Elizabeth B. Walle (FCRH '10)

Pia Arvisu (FCRH '09)
Ellen Burke (FCRH '09)
Ryan Kelly (PCS '09)
Adam Kozaczka (FCRH '09)
Erin C. Rauch-Sasseen (FCRH '09)
Elizabeth Silva (FCRH '09)

Ashley Miller (FCRH '08)

Gabrielle Barth (PCS '07)
Alyce Aldigé (FCRH '07)
Thomas M. Callahan (FCRH '07)
Margaret Hargrave (FCRH '07)
Felicia Reid (FCRH '07)

Xavier Griffiths
(FCRH '14)
Nicole Monastero (FCLC '11)
Giselle Diaz
(FCLC '08)
Jason Francisco (FCRH '08)

Leila Nabizadeh (FCRH '13) Recieved a 2014 Fulbright award to teach English in Malaysia
Annie Buckel (FCRH '13) Recieved a Fulbright award in 2013 and is now teaching in Vietnam. 
Thomas M. CallahanThomas M. Callahan (FCRH '07) - After finishing an MA in Russian & Slavic Studies at NYU's Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia in 2010, Thomas worked for a Moscow-based human rights organization until returning to Fordham in 2013 to study international human rights law.
PhotoErin Rauch-Sasseen (FCRH '09) is currently working as the development/program assistant for "Bent On Learning", a nonprofit organization that brings yoga and meditation to New York City's public school children. Additionally, you can find Erin performing her original music at various venues across Manhattan and Brooklyn. While graduate school remains a possibility for the future, pursuing music is Erin's main focus at the moment. She currently lives on the Upper West Side.
Light Matter BrochureJennifer L. Hersch (FCLC '98; M.Phil. in Oriental Studies, Cambridge, 2006) currently manages the Cambridge MBA program for Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge (UK). She is the co-founder of Cambridge Contemporary Dance, where she presently runs the company as well as dances, choreographs and produces shows. Jennifer served as the Artistic Director for Cambridge 800th AnniversaryGala. On 4-5 December 2009, at the Senate House (hosting for the first time an event of this kind), the University of Cambridge celebrated 800 years with an interdisciplinary event involving dance, music and visual art: "Light Matter: Celebrating 800Years of Science Through Art." This was the first time such a collaborative project had taken place in Cambridge. The Gala marked the world premiere of 3 new musical compositions, 7 new dance pieces and 7 new visual art designs. "The idea was," as Jennifer told us, "to explore Isaac Newton's light experiments through performance as weare always looking atplaying with the boundaries between performance and text, science and art."
Ryan Kelly (PCS '09) participated in collaboration with Brennan Gerardin the Whitney Independent Study Program in the Studio Art focus, a year-long post-graduate program hosted by the Whitney Museum and including about 30 artists, curators, and critical writers. The program focuses on theory and all participants attend seminars together. Ryan and Brennan are founders and co-directors of Moving Theater, a non-profitproduction company based in New York City.
Antonio Barrenechea (FCLC '98) received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Yale in 2004, and taught at Barnard. At present, he is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. He specializes in comparative literature of the Americas. His articles and reviews have appeared in Comparative Literature, Comparative American Studies and Symbiosis.
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