A sampling of our alumni demonstrates the variety of careers they pursue, the important work they do, and the distinguished positions they achieve:

Justin Broyles ’17, Client Executive, R & J Acquisitions, Inc.

Christina Bryson ’16, Content Manager, E-Source

Larry Hailsham ’15, Senior Staff Assistant, U.S. Senator Robert Casey

Colleen McCaughey ’13, Grants Writer/Development Associate at Cleveland Public Theatre

Alex Sproveri ’13, Senior Consultant, Booz, Allen & Hamilton

Joseph Caruso ’13: Government Affairs Council at the American Retirement Association (Arlington, VA)

Deb Landau ’12, Program Coordinator, U.S. Institute of Peace

Alex Jaffe ’11, 2016 Campaign Embed, MSNBC News

Madelyn Yarbenet ’10, Regional Compliance Manager, Goldman Sachs

Jessica Johnson ’09, Associate Attorney, Hergenroeder, Rega, Ewing, & Kennedy, LLC

Danielle Gray ’08, Policy Analyst, Disability Rights Ohio

Richard Wozniak ’08, Intelligence Analyst and Brookings LEGIS Fellow

Nick Rossman ’08, intelligence analyst, C.I.A.

Afua Osei ’08, White House intern; graduate student, Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy Studies

Lee Ann Corsi ’08, intelligence officer, C.I.A.

Adam Lieb ’07, analyst and consultant, Deloitte

Daniel Carik ’07, INR, U.S. Department of State

Dominic Randazzo ’05, U.S. Department of State, officer stationed in Haiti

Jordan Slopey ’04, legislative assistant/correspondent in the United States House of Representatives

Kevin Moreland ’02, technical analyst, Key Bank

Chad Booker ’02, senior loan officer, Novastar Mortgage

Jessica Myers ’01, law clerk, West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals

Kim Phan ’97, executive director, director of business development, International Law Institute

Lyle Washowich ’96, associate, Reed Smith Shaw and McClay, Pittsburgh

William Wolfe ’95, program analyst, Missile Defense Agency

W. Scott Hardy ’93, attorney, Meyer, Unkovic and Scott, Pittsburgh, PA

Bill Blake ’93, manager of business operations, Alliance Data Systems

Susan Lexer ’90, legislative assistant to Congressman Tom Allen of Maine

David Caywood ’89, Confidential Law Clerk, New York State Supreme Court

Heather Harner ’89, attorney, Veterans Administration, Board of Veteran Appeals

Steven Witmer ’88, assistant attorney general, criminal litigation section, Office of the Attorney General, State of Virginia

Carol Glatz ’88, special reporter for English news programming, Vatican Radio, Rome

Denise Cleary Clayton ’85, attorney, Emens Kegler Brown Hill Ritter, Columbus, Ohio

Molly Leahy ’84, vice president of government affairs, Newspaper Association of America

Michael Mims ’82, senior budget analyst, Naval Sea Systems Command, U.S. Navy

Ellen Canan Grady ’82, attorney, Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge, Washington, D.C.

Robert A. Marchman ’80, senior vice president, New York Stock Exchange

Jane Earll ’80, Pennsylvania state senator

Wayne Uhl ’78, deputy attorney general, State of Indiana

Lorraine Urogdy Eiler ’78, high school social studies teacher, 1991 Ohio Teacher of the Year

Leslie G. Wiser, Jr. ’76, attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

Kevin V. DiGregory ’76, chief assistant state attorney, Office of Attorney General, Criminal Division, Washington, D.C.

Thomas E. Hommel ’75, senior vice president, senior counsel, Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc.

Carrie Reeves ’73, director, Upward Bound program at Case Western Reserve University

William H. Timbers ’72, appointed by President Clinton as CEO of USEC, Inc., Washington, D.C. (country’s only provider of enriched uranium)

Robert McGee ’69, president, Occidental International Corporation

John Aldrich ’69, political science chair, Duke University; winner of 1995 American Political Science Association award for the best publication in the field of U.S. national policy

Morris Fiorina ’68, government professor, Stanford University; elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1998

Ken Kolson 67, acting director, National Endowment for the Humanities

Joan Martin-Brown ’62, senior advisor to the vice president, World Bank, Washington, D.C.