As an economics graduate, you will be well prepared for a wide range of endeavors after Knox. Some graduates have chosen to pursue graduate or professional study immediately; others have chosen employment options in fields ranging from sales to corporate consulting. Among the Knox alumni who majored in economics are the following:
Graduate Student, Heinz School of Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chloe Bohm '11.
Treasury Bills Management, Bank of America, Chicago, Illinois. Virginia Graves '10.
Senior Consultant, Navigant, Chicago, Illinois. Erica Jaffe '08.
Financial Analyst, Kimberly-Clark, Appleton, Wisconsin. Michael Stockov '08.
Volunteer, Peace Corps, Africa. Jeffrey Wozencroft '10.
Research Analyst, Winnemac Consulting, LLC, Chicago, Illinois. Brian Starr '10.
Graduate Student, Doctor of Economics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Melati Nungsari '10.
Commercial Associate, Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio. Molly Stein '11.
Investment Banker, Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, Atlanta, Georgia. Alan Bugler '06.
Pension Administration Specialist, Aon Hewitt. Kevin Foerster '10.
Investor, Eminence Capital, LLC, New York City, New York. Hariharan Ramanan '00.
Bloomberg Financial Markets, New York City, New York. Nikhil Krishnaswamy '00.
7th and 8th Grade Teacher, Kipp Believe College Prep, New Orleans, Louisiana. Jacob Kuhnline '07.
Graduate Student, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom. Rafay Kahn '10.
Associate and General Manager for Ethiopia and South Sudan, Citadel Capital, Cairo, Egypt. Hassan Massoud '06.
Insurance Agent, Northwestern Mutual Life, Edwardsville, Illinois. Wendy Salger '99.
Assistant Professor of Energy Economics, Risk and Policy, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania. Anastasia Shcherbakova '05.
Business Analyst, State Farm Insurance, Bloomington, Illinois. Jason Cryer '98.
Associate, Barents Group (KPMG), Washington, D.C. Anton Kamenov '98.
Financial Operations Analyst, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Fullerton, California. Jason Monaco '98.
Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, McDonald's Corporation, Oak Brook, Illinois. Roy Bergold, Jr. '66.
Judge, City and County of Denver, Denver, Colorado. Brian Campbell '70.
Owner, Wild Birds Unlimited, Quincy, Illinois. James Drew, Jr. '66.
Consultant, Bain and Company, Chicago, Illinois. C. Scott Dunnewind '93.
Environmental Scientist, Woodward Clyde Consultants, Chicago. Thomas Ganfield '84.
Research Officer, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. Toh Kuan '87.
Business Operations Manager, AT&T Broadband and Internet Services, Redmond, Washington. Sara Leary Skulec '91.
Associate Dean and Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. Keith Maskus '76.
Finance Executive, Daimler Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, Michigan. George Millush, Jr. '66.
Chairman of the Board and CEO, Okura Electrical Company Ltd., Toyko, Japan. Jumpei Okura '51.
Vice President, Change Leadership, Con Agra Inc., Omaha, Nebraska. Laura Rosene '90.
Online Resource Director, Big Joe Manufacturing, Des Plaines, Illinois. Brendan Cameron '07. Philosophy minor.
Seniors Megan Beney and Eva Marley spoke at the Central States Anthropology Society. Beney's topic was the musical nature of speech directed at infants, and Marley discussed social media sites and social movements.
Knox College students Alec Freytag and Lindsey Morgan are chosen for the prestigious Kemper Scholars Program, which offers scholarships, summer internships, and leadership opportunities.
Vincent Rug and Stephanie Sorensen, both 2012 Knox College graduates, describe their experiences in the financial industry. Chosen for a selective leadership program at Fifth Third Bank, they are working as commercial associates.