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Kathleen received a BS in Natural Science and Psychology from Muhlenberg College, an MS in Human Genetics from Sarah Lawrence College, and an MPH from Columbia University focusing on Population and Family Health. Kathleen’s contributions to the genetic counseling profession range from clinical care across many specialties (prenatal, pediatrics, neurology and cancer); advocacy work at the national level with the Children’s Tumor Foundation and at the community level with the Dominican Women’s Development Center; public health work with the New York State Department of Health; research across multiple spheres; faculty work at the Sarah Lawrence Genetic Counseling Program; and most recently in industry as a Medical Affairs Genetic Counselor at the former Counsyl, Inc. Kathleen became involved in the Boston University training program in 2010 as a lecturer and has since been an active capstone advisor. She is also an active member of the National Society of Genetic Counselors, The New England Regional Genetics Group and the Association of Genetic Counseling Program Directors.
Prior to joining the Department of Pediatrics at BMC, Dr. Hoffman was Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Tufts University School of Medical, where she served as Program Director for the Medical Genetics residency. She also practiced medical genetics at Tufts Medical Center and was Director of the Victor Outreach and Screening Program for Ashkenazi Jewish Genetic Diseases in Boston. She received her medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. Dr. Hoffman then completed a Pediatric residency at Yale Children’s Hospital in New Haven. Dr. Hoffman’s Medical Genetics training was completed at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where she developed special interests in Jewish genetic diseases, hereditary cancer syndromes, connective tissue disorders and the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Dr. Hoffman practices as a general medical geneticist and provides counseling and diagnosis regarding prenatal care, neonates, children and adults with genetic conditions. Dr. Hoffman speaks throughout the Jewish community on the topic of genetic diseases seen more commonly in people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. She has spoken at over 100 venues on this topic and has facilitated screening drives for 14 college campuses and communities to date.
Lillian Sosa, MS, CGC
Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Licensed Genetic Counselor
Lillian received a BA in chemistry with a biochemistry concentration from Skidmore College. Prior to pursuing genetic counseling, Lillian worked as a research technician and lab manager in an epigenetics laboratory at MIT. She received her MS in Genetic Counseling from Boston University School of Medicine. Before joining the Boston University team, Lillian worked as the senior genetic counselor at Maimonides Cancer Center and the program coordinator for the Division of Pediatric Genetics at Maimonides Infants & Children’s Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. At Maimonides, Lillian served on the multidisciplinary cleft lip and palate team and was actively involved in the pediatric residency genetics core curricula. At Boston Medical Center, Lillian is a clinical counselor in the Antenatal Testing Unit, providing counseling in a prenatal setting. In addition Lillian oversees fieldwork coordination and initiatives in clinical education for the BU Genetic Counseling Program.
Phil Connors, MS, CGC
Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Licensed Genetic Counselor
Phil received a BS in Biochemistry from Northeastern University and an MS in Genetic Counseling from Boston University School of Medicine. Prior to joining the BUGC team in 2015, Phil worked in the Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In this role, he counseled patients for a variety of oncologic diagnoses and gained expertise in next-generation sequencing technology and the implications of gene panel testing. Phil’s clinical interests include genomic sequencing and personalized medicine, public health and public policy, and ethical considerations in genetics and genetic counseling. At Boston Medical Center, Phil is a clinical genetic counselor in the Antenatal Testing Unit, providing prenatal genetic counseling services to patients and their families.
Claire received a BS in Genetic Biology from Purdue University, an MPH from the University of Utah and an MS in Genetic Counseling from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. While completing her MPH Claire had the opportunity to participate in a global health study abroad in Ghana working on health promotion research and worked as a graduate assistant at the Huntsman Cancer Institute conducting research on the long term care of pediatric cancer survivors. Claire’s clinical interests include cancer genetics, public health, and increasing access to genetics services. At Boston Medical Center, Claire is a clinical genetic counselor in the Cancer Care Center.
Annie received a BS in Genetics with a minor in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire, and an MS in Medical and Molecular Genetics from the Indiana University Genetic Counseling Program. Annie has experience working with multiple specialty clinics, the Genetic Alliance and has been actively involved in a variety of research projects during her graduate training. At Boston Medical Center, Annie is a clinical genetic counselor in the Department of Pediatrics and Cancer Care Center, and is also involved in lab stewardship initiatives with the Department of Pathology.
Dr. Hay graduated from UC Santa Barbara with the intent to become a genetic counselor, but was waylaid by science. After 6 years of molecular genetics in a lab, she went to medical school at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She completed her Pediatrics Residency in Rochester, NY, prior to doing a fellowship in Genetics at the NIH, where she studied immunogenetics (still her favorite subject) and gene therapy. Despite her years and interest in research, she came to find clinical genetics more compelling and moved to UMass in 2003. Currently she is most involved in clinical genetics (for children and adults), teaching students and residents, and maintaining a healthy interest in many different subjects.
Kira A. Dies, ScM, CGC
Licensed Genetic Counselor
Kira (Apse) Dies received a BA in Biology and Spanish from Bucknell University and a Master of Science degree (ScM) in Genetic Counseling from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is board certified by the American Board of Genetic Counseling and a licensed genetic counselor in Massachusetts. Her experience includes establishing a new clinic, the Comprehensive Brain Malformation Program, at Children’s Hospital Boston and coordinating research on the genetics of brain malformations and cognitive disorders. She then served as the Director of the Family Research Network for the non-profit Autism Consortium and coordinated multi-site research and family programs. Kira is currently the Co-Director of the Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs Service for the Translational Neuroscience Center at Boston Children’s Hospital. She coordinates clinical trials and provides genetic counseling for patients in the Neurology department. Since the graduate program’s inception, she has also been a coordinator of the Research Seminar Series for the BUSM Genetic Counseling graduate program and aids in the development of student thesis projects.
After obtaining her B.S. in biology with a minor in chemistry from Boston College, Meghan attended Boston University School of Medicine for her graduate studies in Genetic Counseling. Her studies piqued her interest in the impact of innovative technologies on diagnosing and connecting families with rare genetic disorders. Meghan worked for seven years at Boston Children’s Hospital developing the institutional infrastructure for gene discovery, enhancing research collaborations, and evaluating the utility of genomic sequencing in newborns. In 2016, Meghan joined Ambry Genetics as an exome reporting genetic counselor on the clinical genomics team. She maintains her research connections to the Boston community by serving as a voting member of the Massachusetts General Hospital IRB, and she is a lecturer and coordinator for research seminar series and capstone experience at the Boston University Genetic Counseling Program.
Grace received a BS in Biology from Bates College where she also studied anthropology and public health. She then earned her MS in Genetic Counseling from the Boston University School of Medicine. Following her graduate studies, Grace pursued her interest in clinical research at Boston Children’s Hospital. At BCH she was involved in developing and co-managing research studies focused on rare pediatric diseases, genomic sequencing in newborns, and rapid whole exome sequencing for sick neonates. In her current role at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, she is the Project Manager for the Rare Genomes Project, which aims to expand access to genomic sequencing for individuals with rare, undiagnosed diseases.
Hayley Green, MS, MA, CGC
Licensed Genetic Counselor
Hayley received her BS in Psychology with a minor in Biology, and MA in Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics from Stony Brook University, NY. It was during her master’s degree that she was exposed to the genetic counseling field, and related ethical questions. She met with genetic counselors as part of her capstone project, which focused on ethical dilemmas in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. After taking a break from studying, she began at the Boston University Genetic Counseling program. She currently works in the Center for Fetal Medicine and Reproductive Genetics at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she counsels patients in a preconception/IVF and prenatal setting.
Cecilia received a BS in Diagnostic Genetic Sciences from the University of Connecticut and an MPH in Healthcare Management from Columbia University. Cecilia spent the first 6 years of her career in cytogenetics and molecular diagnostic laboratories in New York City, initially as a clinical laboratory technologist and later as a laboratory coordinator and quality systems manager. Since 2015, she has been a Project Manager for the Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN) Coordinating Center in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School. The UDN is a research study funded by the National Institutes of Health to improve and accelerate diagnosis of rare and undiagnosed conditions. Cecilia is actively involved in the University of Connecticut Diagnostic Genetic Sciences Program Advisory Board and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay Mentor 2.0 Program.
Emily earned a BA in Cell and Molecular Biology from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. She then attended the Boston University School of Medicine Genetic Counseling program, where she earned her Master’s in Genetic Counseling. Soon after graduating, Emily started her position as a cancer genetic counselor at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA, where she had both clinical and research responsibilities. She joined Ambry Genetics in 2013 as an Oncology Genetic Specialist, and is currently the Director of the Genetic Specialist team. She is a current member of the BU Program Advisory Board, and has also stayed involved with the BUGC Program through course coordination, guest lecturing, and student capstone involvement.
Dr. Brady has been a faculty member at the Boston University School of Medicine for over 20 years. He serves as Director of the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program and is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry. He is also a past Chair of the American Psychological Association’s Council on Psychology and AIDS, current Chair of the American Mental Health Counseling Association’s Professional Development Committee, and current Secretary‐Treasurer of the Faculty Council at Boston University. He is an active clinician, and his research interest focuses on HIV and serious mental disorders. He is currently the Principal Investigator for an NIH R01 study for 2010‐2015 examining Motivational Approaches for HIV prevention for mentally ill and adults who are homeless.
Class of 2019
Morgan is originally from Connecticut, but has lived in Boston for the past five years while completing her undergraduate degree at Northeastern University. She studied abroad in Florence, Italy before receiving a B.S. in Health Science with a minor in Psychology. She has pursued a career in genetic counseling since the start of her undergraduate degree, but this decision was solidified after working as a research assistant at The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research at Boston Children’s Hospital. In her free time, Morgan enjoys traveling and exploring new restaurants here in Boston.
Meghan is a Massachusetts native, leaving only to pursue her Undergraduate degrees in Biology and Psychology from Franklin & Marshall College. With her family back in MA, Meghan returned in 2015 to work as a clinical research coordinator at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). During her two years at BCH, Meghan conducted multi-center rare neurogenetic disease research studies focused on further characterizing the neurological and neurodevelopmental outcomes of individuals with Tuberous Sclerosis, PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome, and Phelan-McDermid Syndrome. These experiences only supplemented her lifetime dedication to advocacy for individuals with a variety of special needs. Meghan is a long-time participant and teacher of inclusion dance classes, and currently works as a teacher with the Boston Ballet’s Adaptive Dance Program. Meghan spends the rest of her time traveling with family and friends, running along the Charles River, pretending she’s a yogi, and trying all of Boston’s fabulous restaurants.
Originally from Fairfax, Virginia, Katie found her home in Boston as a Behavioral Neuroscience major at Northeastern University. At Northeastern, Katie was an intern at The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research at Boston Children’s Hospital. She continued this position after graduation as a full time Research Assistant, where she worked on genetic studies such as The BabySeq Project and the Beggs Congenital Myopathy Research Program. Katie also volunteers as a crisis hotline counselor for Parents Helping Parents, a 24-hour hotline that provides counseling and resources to parents in crisis. In her spare time, you can catch Katie scoping out (and Instagramming) Boston’s bustling restaurant scene, planning her next vacation, and spending time lakeside with her friends.
Chandler grew up in Simi Valley, California and attended San Diego State University where she graduated with a degree in biology. During her time at SDSU, she worked in the Cancer Disparities and Cancer Communications Lab where she was able to explore the implications of media in healthcare, as well as study the fears, concerns, and misconceptions associated with bio specimen donation. Chandler also worked as a resource counselor for Community Interface Services where she worked one-on-one with individuals with developmental disabilities. After graduation, she took a year off and traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina for a public health internship with InterAmerican Heart Foundation. Chandler also spent that year as a crisis counselor for Crisis Text Line and a caregiver at Right Choice In-home Care, which gave her additional exposure to individuals in the disability community. In her free time she loves to go camping, do yoga, read non-fiction books, and travel to new places. She is very excited about her move across the country and cannot wait to embrace all that Boston has to offer.
Born and raised in Colorado, Madeline studied Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and Spanish at the University of Colorado. During her college years she studied p53 in a cancer research laboratory as well as spent a semester abroad traveling Latin America and studying in Lima, Peru. Following graduation she volunteered with a Christian organization in Big Bend National Park, Texas for seven months before backpacking Europe. Most recently she worked in the emergency department as a medical scribe and volunteered as a Spanish/English medical interpreter at a free Denver healthcare clinic for underserved patients. In her free time she enjoys traveling, climbing mountains, running, and swing dancing with her husband.
Abby is originally from San Antonio, Texas and moved to California to attend UC Berkeley where she majored in Integrative Biology with a minor in Global Poverty. During her time as an undergraduate she was involved in an array of social impact organizations, which incorporated her passion for poverty alleviation and healthcare advocacy. This included volunteering with the local homeless population through the Suitcase Clinic, helping pilot the Decision Services team at UCSF to allow patients to make informed decisions about their care, and setting up mobile medical clinics in Honduras and South Africa. After her time at UC Berkeley, Abby moved to San Francisco where she spent three years at Counsyl in patient and clinic facing support and advocacy roles. Here she discovered the amazing potential of the genetic counseling field and became eager to get involved. To expand her counseling skill set, she spent the past year volunteering at a crisis hotline, catering to the elderly and disabled communities across the nation. One of her greatest passions is traveling and exploring new places, so she is eager to start a new adventure in Boston.
Courtney is from Colchester, CT and graduated in 2017 from the University of Connecticut (Go Huskies!) with a B.S. in Diagnostic Genetic Sciences and a minor in Molecular and Cell Biology. Courtney recently completed a six-month internship at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in the Laboratory for Clinical Genomics and Advanced Technologies, where she was trained in molecular diagnostic techniques and completed a research project focusing on molecular HPV testing in low and middle income countries. While at UConn, Courtney served as a student leader for COPE, a program that teaches coping strategies to children going through difficult times, and volunteered as an HIV tester/counselor in a nearby city. Courtney also started figure skating at the age of 5 and was honored to represent UCONN at intercollegiate competitions throughout the east coast. She enjoys spending time with friends, binge watching Grey’s Anatomy or The Office, traveling, and anything that is nerdy and genetics related. She is looking forward to exploring all that the city of Boston has to offer!
Victoria (Tori) is from New Hampshire and graduated from the University of Tampa with a degree in Biology and minors in Chemistry and Education. In her search for a career that combines science and service, she explored both public health and teaching experiences before finding genetic counseling. Tori studied abroad at the University of Oxford where she took tutorials in population health and sustainable agriculture. This experience led her to an internship at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, where she worked primarily on policy reviews for vaccines and monoclonal antibodies. Tori has also worked in both general and special education settings, and is particularly interested in pediatric genetic counseling and the genetic aspects of autism spectrum disorders. Outside of work and school, Tori enjoy running, reading, cooking, and traveling.
Joanna is from Massapequa, NY, which is on Long Island. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) with a degree in Biology with minors in Women’s Studies and Psychology. Joanna also had the opportunity to study abroad in Italy and have internships at Penn State and Mt. Sinai during her undergraduate career. She loves spending time with her big Italian family and doing their favorite activity together, which is eating! Joanna has two younger brothers who are twins and her best friends. They both just started college; one at Georgia Tech and one at the University of Maine. Joanna’s favorite things to do in her free time are watch college football, work with activist organizations, listen to folk music, and read pretty much any book she can get her hands on. She is excited to begin her career as a genetic counselor at Boston University, since attending BU for graduate school has been her plan since she was a senior in high school!
Ashley was born and raised in Hong Kong where she attended an international school taught in both English and Chinese. Having gained exposure to the genetics field through interning at labs and shadowing a clinical geneticist, she knew she wanted to work in a field that encompassed both her interest in medical genetics and its psychosocial aspect. Ashley completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University studying Biological Sciences with a concentration in Genetics, Genomics and Development. Ashley also volunteered as a peer counselor and worked in a plant genetics lab in college. In her junior year, she studied abroad in Paris where she discovered her love for farmer’s markets and cooking. One of Ashley’s favorite things to do in her spare time is to people watch at corner cafes with a black coffee, a croissant and a lot of sunshine.
Class of 2020
Originally from Buffalo, New York, Jacob will be graduated from Boston University this May with a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and a minor in Public Health. He has worked in an experimental cancer therapeutics lab for the last 4 years studying the effects of aberrant MYCN expression on the onset and progression of neuroblastoma tumors in zebrafish. In addition to volunteering at the Center for Infectious Disease at Boston Medical Center adjacent to the Boston University School of Medicine, he enjoys spending time with his little brother through the Big Brothers, Big Sisters Foundation of Boston. Jake enjoys spending his free time working on fitness, exploring the outdoors, and going on adventures with friends in the beautiful city of Boston.
Casey Crawford grew up in West Linn, Oregon and earned her Bachelor of Science from Oregon State University, majoring in Biology with minors in Chemistry and French. While in school she worked at the OSU Salmon Disease Lab investigating the fish parasite Ceratomyxa shasta. After graduating in 2013, she worked as a laboratory assistant at Kaiser Permanente’s Northwest BioBank extracting DNA from blood samples. She also volunteered as a shelter advocate at the Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV), and shadowed a clinical genetic counselor for over a year. In 2017, Casey and her husband spent a year traveling around the world, which was an amazing experience. In her spare time, Casey enjoys birding (and anything else outdoors), trying out new recipes, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Taylor grew up in Huntsville, Alabama, and completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at the University of Alabama. During that time, she worked in the local emergency department as a medical scribe. She also volunteered with the Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services organization, which counsels and aids students recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. In addition, she was involved in a research project that comprised the annotation of insulin-like peptide genes in Drosophila melanogaster (fruit flies) and the subsequent comparison of these genes to their human genetic counterparts, specifically looking at changes in expression in the promoter regions. In her free time, Taylor enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching Netflix, drinking tea, running, going to specialty grocery stores, and anything outside. She can’t wait to experience a true and snowy Boston winter!
Molly was born and raised in San Francisco, and graduated from Villanova University in 2016 with a degree in Biochemistry and a minor in Psychology. During her junior year, she studied abroad in Copenhagen through a neuroscience program and loved both exploring the city and traveling to new countries on weekends. After graduating from Villanova, Molly moved to New York City and worked as a clinical research coordinator in Phase 1 Oncology at Columbia University Medical Center for the past two years. In her free time, Molly enjoys reading, traveling, scuba diving, watching Grey’s Anatomy and finding the best donut shops.
Quinn was born in Chicago and grew up on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. She studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at UMass Amherst and graduated in 2016. Quinn worked as a Research Assistant/Lab Manager for a genetics lab at Boston Children’s Hospital for the past two years. Her favorite activities include going to the beach, exploring new restaurants/enjoying great food in general, hula hooping, and seeing live music/comedy!
Anna is originally from Orange, CA, and completed her undergraduate education at Stanford University. She graduated in 2016 with a degree in Human Biology and a Notation in Science Communication. During her undergraduate years, Anna worked in the Stanford Emergency Department as a health advocate and had the opportunity to transport patients in ambulances while studying abroad in Italy. After graduation she worked as a clinical research coordinator in an endocrinology research lab studying the genetic and physiological causes of Type 2 Diabetes. Anna also worked part time as a genetic counseling assistant with the Stanford Cardiovascular clinic. Some of Anna’s favorite things to do are hiking, reading while it’s raining, baking for friends and jamming with other musicians.
Hannah is from Cumberland, Maine (just outside of Portland) and graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2017 with a double major in Child Development and Spanish. For the 2017-2018 year, she took remaining prerequisites while teaching preschool in her hometown towards her goal to attend graduate school. Teaching was an extremely rewarding experience and solidified Hannah’s enjoyment for working with children and families. In her free time, Hannah enjoys crafting & creating, spending time with her family, friends and chocolate lab, Benny.
Kait is from Burlington, Vermont and graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2015 with a degree in Allied Health Science and a minor in Business Administration. At Uconn, Kait was involved in a developmental neuroscience lab studying disorders of neuron migration in mice models. After graduation, she moved to Boston to work at Bank of America as a Corporate Auditor for two and a half years. Kait currently works as a Genetic Counseling Assistant at Massachusetts Eye and Ear in the Inherited Retinal Disorder Clinic. She also enjoys volunteering at Perkins School for the Blind and the Federation for Children with Special Needs. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading, and learning to sew.
Maggie is a Massachusetts native and graduated from Endicott College in 2016 with degrees in Biology and Biotechnology. She served as Vice-President of her class and completed a semester-long internship with the sequencing company Seqwell. She was a clinical research coordinator at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) in the Center for Cancer Genetics and Prevention. At DFCI, Maggie managed numerous research studies involving cancer syndromes and headed a Phase III drug trial for Familial Adenomatous Polyposis. Maggie has been passionately involved in the sport of synchronized skating for over fourteen years. She has spent five years (and counting!) competing around the country for Team Excel. Maggie took on the voluntary role of Team Advisor at the elite level, in addition to coaching in their developmental program. She has taught skaters ranging from ages 2-70 and finds some of her greatest joy while coaching. When she is off the ice, Maggie enjoys hiking, watersports, photography and discovering new bakeries around Boston.
Jason is from Syracuse, New York and recently graduated from Cornell University where he majored in biological sciences concentrating in Genetics, Genomics, and Development. His Honors Research Thesis involved investigating genes controlling the structure and function of the nuclear membrane in plants. Jason worked in labs at Cornell University and back home in Syracuse at Upstate Medical University. Jason enjoys being outdoors in nature hiking and camping, and is an avid New York Yankees baseball fan and Buffalo Bills football, and played club baseball throughout college.
Janelle was born and raised in Massachusetts. She graduated from Stonehill College where she studied Biology and Psychology. In her search for a career that combined her love for research and passion for serving others, Janelle discovered genetic counseling. Janelle previously interned with the Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Fragile X Clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital. During her time at Stonehill, Janelle worked as a Resident Assistant for upperclassmen, a Peer Mentor for first year students and completed research with members of both the Chemistry and Psychology departments. She also volunteered with IMPACT Melanoma, Big Brother Big Sister, and Stonehill’s H.O.P.E. Service Immersion Program. In her free time, she loves to run, visit the beach, read a good book, and cheer on the Boston sports teams, and she is excited for all the next two BU-tiful years have to offer!
CLASS OF 2018
Tala Berro – Boston, MA
Brian Corner – Denver, CO
Lindsay Derby – California
Jessica Fallon – California
Christine Keywan – Boston, MA
Kara Klemp – St. Louis, MO
Kaylin O’Brien-Miner – Boston, MA
Eleanor Peacock – Boston, MA
Naomi Wagner – Boston, MA
Ellen Xu- California
CLASS OF 2017
Deanna Brockman – Boston, MA
Jazmine Gabriel – Harrisburg, PA
Emily Kelley – California
Amanda Harding – Boston, MA
Beth Parks – Boston, MA
Renee Pelletier – Boston, MA
Ali Robertson – Boston, MA
Molly Valle – Boston, MA
CLASS OF 2016
Elli Brimble – Palo Alto, CA
Margaret Emmet – Boston, MA
Hayley Green – Boston, MA
Lauren Hogan – Boston, MA
Courtney Manning – Springfield, MA
Catie Neumann – Orange, CA
Emily Palen – Lewisburg, PA
Grace VanNoy – Boston, MA
CLASS OF 2015
Sarah Cochrane – Boston, MA
Casie Genetti – Boston, MA
Lauren Gotsell – Boston, MA
Alex Ing – Chicago, IL
Amy Mueller – Boston, MA
Kelsey Newell – Washington, DC
Erika Palmaer – Boston, MA
Hillary Porter – Washington, DC
CLASS OF 2014
Lilly Torrey Sosa – Boston, MA
Shannon Stasi – Seattle, WA
Elizabeth Fieg – Boston, MA
Samantha Culver – Boston, MA
Tessa Field – Boston, MA
Phil Connors – Boston, MA
Sheila Sutti – New York, NY
Elizabeth Smith – Atlanta, GA
CLASS OF 2013
Nadine Channaoui – Boston, MA
Laura Fisher – Buffalo, NY
Nan Doyle – Boston, MA
Carmelina Heydrich – California
Marie Discenza – Boston, MA
Erica Vaccari – Boston, MA
Lindsay Conant – Portland, OR
CLASS OF 2012
Shana White – California
Natalia Vena – Boston, MA
Laurel Calderwood – California
Tabitha Abrazinski – Boston, MA
Kristin Levandoski – Englewood, NJ
Jennifer Walsh Schwab – Providence, RI
Andrea Muirhead – Boston, MA
CLASS OF 2011
Laura Fuerstman – Arlington, MA
Meg Sheehan – New York, NY
Kat Lafferty – Portland, ME
AJ Stuenkel – Chico, CA
Erin Hoffman – Denver, CO
Laura Benedict – Rockville, MD
Diana Toledo, Hanover, NH
CLASS OF 2010
Mari Morse – Portland, OR
Jilliane Miller Sotelo – Boston, MA
Kunal Sanghavi – Baltimore, MD
Erin Thorpe – San Diego, CA
Katharine Coles – Boston, MA
Jennifer Hardt Boomsma – Honolulu, HI
Jocelyn Davie – Hanford, CA
CLASS OF 2009
Emily Brown Dalton – Boston, MA
Ian Wallace – Pullman, WA
Meghan Connolly Towne – Boston, MA
Jennifer Dick Hair – Rockville, MD
Denise Lautenbach – San Diego, CA
Molly McGinniss – Sacramento, CA
CLASS OF 2008
Leann Bartomioli – Rochester, NY
Tara Sousa – Washington, DC
Beth Hopkins – Wilmington, DE
Lindsay Paull – Washington, DC
Monica Dandapani – Boston, MA
CLASS OF 2007
Chandra Oksala Somerman – Lancaster, PA
Anya Revah – New York, NY
Amy Lovelette Hernandez – Boston, MA
Samantha Baxter – Boston, MA
Christina Choi – Singapore