Alumni Profile

Nora Burns ’04

Nora joined Gardner Nelson from Robinson, Lerer & Montgomery, where she worked in corporate communications and crisis management. At Williams, Nora majored in psychology and worked in the college’s Office of Public Affairs for three years. She also interned for Common Cause in Washington D.C. and Metro New York. Continue reading »

Molly Bourne ’87

An art history major at Williams, Molly immediately went on to receive a Master’s in Italian Renaissance Art History from Syracuse University in Florence, an experience that provided a satisfying year-long sojourn in Italy and a chance to perfect her language skills. Upon completing the… Continue reading »

Esa Seegulam ’06

Esa was an international student at Williams and majored in Biology. He is working on his PhD in Molecular Cell Biology at Washington University. I am currently working on my PhD in Molecular Cell Biology at Washington University in St. Louis under the mentorship of Dr. Continue reading »

Anna Gunning ’06

Anna Gunning is based in the UK working in international PR — an industry that combines international relations with business and creativity to help companies communicate effectively with the full range of key audiences from customers and shareholders to governments and regulators. Her clients include… Continue reading »

Chris Geissler ’06

Chris Geissler ’06 is a Senior Research Assistant at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. He works in the Economic Studies department and his research focuses on tax policy, retirement savings, and the federal budget. He works with the Tax Policy Center Microsimulation Model which… Continue reading »

Ivan Manolov ’05

Ivan graduated from Williams with a triple major in Economics, Mathematics, and German Studies. He spent the next two years in New York City as a crude oil options trader with Deutsche Bank. His responsibilities included pricing various option structures based on crude oil and the products that are… Continue reading »

Reuben Albo ’05

Reuben Albo ‘05 works as a Special Education teacher of high school students with mild learning disabilities at the Emeryville Unified School District in California. He previously worked at Skyline High School in Oakland with students who had autism—a developmental disorder that affects social skills, impairs communication, causes restrictive… Continue reading »

Kelly Murphy ’04

Since graduating in 2004, Kelly Murphy has worked as an actuarial analyst at Guy Carpenter, a Marsh and McLennan Company that operates in the reinsurance broking industry. While at Williams, Kelly explored two very different summer internships; one at Milliman, an actuarial consulting firm, and… Continue reading »

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