Students in Red Barn presenting their Div III

A Sampling of Alumni Careers in Social Change and Related Fields

Deborah Agre 74F: development director, Middle East Children's Alliance

Holly Baddour 90F: executive director, HIV/AIDS Council of Chatham County, NC

Katie Bryson 03F: executive administrative assistant, ACLU of Alaska

Chuck Collins 79F: senior scholar, Institute for Policy Studies

Meredith Crafton 00F: environmental activist, work on issues related to Vermont Yankee and Hanford (WA) nuclear facilities; policy and advocacy coordinator, Hanford Challenge

Dr. Sondra Dantzic 81F: physician, Planned Parenthood, New York City

Kert Davies III 80F: research director, Greenpeace

Olivia Devereaux 87F: development associate, Women's Center and Shelter

Denise Duffy 81F: founder, administrative director, Music Maker Relief Foundation

Marijke Hecht 89F: director of education, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

Adam Isacson 88F: director, Regional Security Policy Program at the Washington Office on Latin America

Ajay Khashu 89F: president, Youth Studies; adjunct lecturer at Hunter College

Emily Katz Kishawi 86F: communications strategist, Mother's Milk Bank

Pamela Lippe 73F: executive director, Earth Day New York

Mara J. Raider 89F: finance manager, Hospitality House in San Francisco

Unique Robinson 05F: reproductive rights activist

Sanho Tree 83F: director, Drug Policy Project, Institute for Policy Studies

Thomas Vasquez 87F: social media strategist, Marguerite Casey Foundation

Lesley Williamson 89F: director, Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts

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