Posted Wed, May 24, 2023 at 2:25 pm ET
(Roger Williams University)
By Melanie Thibeault
May 23, 2023
S. Isaiah Braithwaite ’23, a Marketing major and Cultural Studies minor, has secured a Brand Strategy Residency for global advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy, known for its work with Nike, in their New York office.
Kelice Agosto M’23, who will graduate with an M.A. in Forensic Mental Health Counseling, has secured a position as a clinical therapist at Massachusetts Treatment Center in Bridgewater, Mass.
Sarah Murray ’23, who majored in Healthcare Administration with dual minors in Public Administration and Community Development through University College, has started a new position as a business planning analyst for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island.
Santiago Armas ’23, an Engineering major with an Electrical Specialization and first-generation student, will work as a seapower and electronic systems electrical engineer for Raytheon Missiles & Defense in Portsmouth, R.I.
Teagan Bellitto ’23, a Marine Biology and Environmental Chemistry double major and Sustainability Studies minor, will attend Texas A&M University for a Ph.D. in Chemical Oceanography.
Jacquelyn Beaulieu ’23, a Finance and Accounting double major, has accepted a position as an audit accountant for RSM US LLP, part of a global network of independent audit, tax, and consulting firms, in their Boston office.
Parker Schwartz ’23, a Secondary Education and English Literature double major, will pursue a career as a high school teacher after working for the Disney College Program for a semester.
Yulyana Torres JD’23 will work at RWU School of Law as the new Associate Director of Admissions.
Jacob Balzarini ’22, M’23, who is graduating from the Criminal Justice 4+1 Master’s Program, plans to pursue his Ph.D. in Criminology.
Alyssa Foerster ’23, a Construction Management major with minors in Business and Sustainability Studies, will be taking part in the Construction Management Skills Training Program at Shawmut Design and Construction in Boston.
Sophie Speliopoulos ’23, a Graphic Design Communication major and Marketing and American Sign Language double minor, finished her degree in December and has been working as a graphic designer/production artist at 3thought in Plymouth, Mass.
Bodie Ibrahim ’23, an Architecture major who minored in Photography and Digital Media, has accepted a job as a field engineer for Hensel Phelps.
Joshua Gallardo ’23, a Psychology major and Philosophy minor, will attend William James College for a master’s in clinical mental health counseling with a concentration in military and veteran psychology.
Rachel Piraino ’23, a Computer Science major with minors in Marketing and Mathematics, will take part in Fidelity Investment’s LEAP career development program and upon completion will work as a full-time mobile engineer for the company in Merrimack, N.H.
Emma Morin ’23, a Forensic Science major and Criminal Justice minor, will attend Boston University for its M.S. in Biomedical Forensic Sciences program.
Evan Melo ’23, a Legal Studies and Political Science double major, will attend George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C.
Olivia Agoros ’23, an Elementary Education major, will continue her studies at Roger Williams University in the 4+1 special education master’s program.
Audrey Corcoran ’23, who majored in Construction Management and double minored in Business Management and Visual Arts, will be working as an Assistant Project Manager with Elaine Construction in Newton, Mass.
Samantha Soares ’23, a Biology major with minors in Psychology and Criminal Justice, will work as a research technician and lab manager for RWU Assistant Professor of Psychology Victoria Heimer-McGinn’s neuroscience lab.
This press release was produced by the Roger Williams University. The views expressed here are the author’s own.
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