Matthew Bachtell ’00
Current Position: Master’s degree in Information and Library Science with a concentration in information management at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is currently the research assistant/webmaster of the Sloane Art Library at UNC, Chapel Hill.
Keith Backhaus ’04
Current Position: M.F.A. in creative writing from Goddard College. He is the founder of Empty City Press, an independent, collaborative creative community in Baltimore, MD.
Mariel Berry ’05
Current Position: A development officer at San Diego State University, where she specializes in arts and culture initiatives.
Elizabeth Botten ’99
Current Position: Archives Technician at the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., where she assists researchers with primary documents and artworks.
Anna Danz ’12
Current Position: Pursuing her Masters degree in the History of Architecture at the University of Virginia.
Maggie Dimock ’07
Current Position: Working toward an M.A. in the History of Decorative Arts at the Corcoran School of Art and Design. She is currently working as an Admissions Supervisor at the Phillips Collection in Washington DC.
Elena Gross ’12
Current Position: Worked as an intern at the GLBT Historical Society & Museum in San Francisco after graduation. In spring 2013, she joined the Washington Project for the Arts as a staff intern.
Katie Hammond ’00
Current Position: The director of Library Services at The Perkiomen School, a 6-12 coed boarding and day school in PA. She completed her M.S. in Library and Information Science in 2008.
Anna Huttel ’03
Current Position: In 2010, she completed her M.A. in Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, , and she now works for the architectural and design consulting firm dbHMS.
Meredith Johnson ’99
Current Position: Completed an M.A. in Curatorial Practice at CCAC (California College of Arts and Crafts). She is currently Curator and Director of Consulting at Creative Time in New York City.
Franny Kupersmith ’11
Current Position: Works for the Pink Line Project, a new online initiative to boost, promote and connect the DC-area arts community.
Amanda (Lamont) Link ’05
Current Position: Completed her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Towson University in 2007. She is currently a special education teacher in the Preschool Therapeutic Autism Program at The Forbush School (Sheppard-Pratt) in Towson.
Jennifer Lamar ‘10
Jacob Lewis ’02
Current Position: Received his PhD in Art History from Northwestern University in Fall, 2011. He earlier received his MA in Art History from the Williams/Clark Graduate Program in the History of Art at Williams College. While completing his degree, Jacob also held fellowship positions in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Department of Photographs and the National Gallery of Canada. He currently lives in Brooklyn where he teaches art history at the Pratt Institute and the College of Staten Island.
Emily Macenko ’05
Current Position: Worked for several years as Assistant Director of Alumni and Parent Relations in the Development Office of the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She recently completed the Master of Arts Program in Visual and Critical Studies at the California College of Art in San Francisco and now works in the development office of the Oakland Museum of California.
Katie McAfee ’11
Current Position: Presently a graduate student in Art History at Florida State University, where she is focusing her field studies in their interdisciplinary Visual Culture of the Americas program track.
Alexandra McCallen ’12
Current Position: Began graduate school at the University of Maryland School of Information and Library Science in Fall, 2012. She also works part time at the St. Mary’s College of Maryland library.
Ema Mills-Robertson ’02
Caitie Occhipinti ’10
Current Position: Working toward an M.A. in International Affairs at the School of International Service, American University, where she is specializing in US Foreign Policy, Latin American cultural patrimony and transnational art crime.
Julia Oldham ’01
Current Position: A video artist whose performative work combines scientific inquiry with elements of experimental movement and dance. She travels frequently to participate in residency programs around the country, and has shown her work in exhibitions and festivals internationally. Julia received an MFA from the University of Chicago in 2005. Visit her portfolio at www.juliaoldham.com
Kate Pollasch-Thames ’10
Current Position: Pursuing a dual M.A. in Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism and Arts Administration and Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Samantha Rockler ’12
Current Position: Health Coordinator for the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County, New York.
Tessa Sabol ’07
Current Position: Completed her M.A. in Museum Studies at George Washington University. During Graduate School she worked as a Collections Specialist at the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, Department of the Treasury. She is currently Assistant Registrar at the Textile Museum in Washington DC.
Brittany Sigley ’11
Current Position: Worked as the gallery assistant at Civilian Art Projects in Washington DC immediately following graduation. She is now a staff member in the National Portrait Gallery’s Education Department, where she specializes in developing and leading Youth and Family Programs.
Teresa Slobuski ’08
Current Position: Completed an M.L.S. in Library and Information Science at Rutgers University, with a specialization in art information. While in graduate school, she was president of SOURCE, Student Organization for Unique and Rare Collections Everywhere. In fall 2011, she began a tenure-track appointment as Academic Liaison Librarian at the San Jose State University Library.
Beverly Wise ’95
Current Position: Completed a master’s program in Decorative Arts at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Lauren Wolf ’06
Current Position: Spokesperson for the Department of Homeland Security
Jess Wolfley ’03
Current Position: Served as Public Relations Manager for Visions and Avalon Theaters in Washington DC. She is currently Interactive Project Manager at Discovery Channel Communications.
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