5 (Of the Many!) Ways Our Grads Are Finding Success After Knox
1. Some are furthering their education.
- Graduate Student, master's program in mathematics and computer science, Washington University in St. Louis, Wenzhen Zhu '16
- Graduate Student, Ph.D. program in Mathematics, University of Iowa, Jeremy Edison ‘14
- Graduate Student, Ph.D. program in Mathematics, Purdue University, Lindsey Hill ‘12
2. Some go into education.
- Math Teacher, Waukegan High School, Emily Diklich '14
- Math Teacher, Albany High School, James Schwab '10.
- Research Affiliate, MIT Sloan School of Management, Melati Nungsari '10.
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Nathan Totz ‘05.
- Professor of Mathematics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Mark Williams '77.
- Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at Dartmouth University and co-author of the BASIC Programming Language, Thomas Kurtz '50.
3. Some go into finance.
- Associate Data Scientist, KPMG US, Zach Rhodes ‘09.
- Director of Global Corporate Finance, Godiva Chocolatier, Gayathri Ramanan '02.
- Senior Vice President, CNO Financial Group, Richard Garner '70.
4. Some work with computers.
- Software Developer, Epic Systems Corporation, Nathan Johlas ‘14.
- Software Engineer, Google, Christopher Johnson '11.
- Data Scientist, Gemini.com, Yue Wang ‘11.
- IT Analyst, Caterpillar, Joshua Stein ‘07.
- Systems Analyst, Aon Hewitt, Amanda Tabor Pezzella ‘99.
- Applications Architect, Walgreens, Clinton Rahn ‘76.
5. And others find success in other fields.
- SVP & CFO, EQT Corporation, Robert McNally ‘94.
- President & C.E.O., KI Global Solutions, Liano Sharon ‘94.
- Civil Engineer/Senior Designer, Missouri Department of Transportation, Kristi Griffin Bachman ‘92.
- Managing Director, Silicon Valley Space Center, Sean C. Casey '82.
- Head of Information Systems, Folger Shakespeare Library, Matt Bogen ‘96.
- Optometrist, Midwest Eye Consultants, Steven L. Seward '68.
- Chief U.S. Economist, Standard & Poor's Research Services, Cynthia Morse Latta '62.