2017-18 Career and Professional Development Fellows Career Fellows introduce students to Career and Professional Development services and review their professional documents
Come and talk to any of our Career Fellows in Elrod Commons 301. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (540) 458-8595 to set up an appointment.
Head Fellow - Kassie Scott '18
English and Sociology with a minor in Poverty and Human Capability Studies
Kassie Scott has a double major in English and Sociology, with a minor in Poverty and Human Capability Studies.
During July 2015, Kassie received a US-UK Fulbright Summer Institute Fellowship to study at King's College London. In the summer of 2016, she worked in Romania as a human rights intern at the Equality and Human Rights Action Centre (ACTEDO). Kassie then continued her work in Romania during the summer of 2017 while conducting independent research on Roma rights and forced evictions. Kassie joined Career and Professional Development in September 2014 and meets individually with students to review résumés and cover letters. She enjoys empowering her peers and communicating the value of a Washington and Lee degree.
Kacie Carter '19
Mathematics and Sociology with a minor in Poverty and Human Capabilities Studies
Kacie is a Mathematics and Sociology major and a Poverty and Human Capabilities Minor, originally from northeast Florida. She is really passionate about music and debate and is a member of both the Wind Ensemble and Debate Team. Kacie also serves as a LIFE counselor as well as the Carnival Chair for the First Year Orientation Committee. Her future goals include law school and becoming a criminal lawyer.
Madu Chiedozie '20
Madu is a member of the Class of 2020 and an international student from Nigeria. He is majoring in Computer Science and is also interested in Business. On campus, he is involved with organizations including the Engineering Community Development Club and the African Society.
Ethiopia Getachew '19
Biology with a minor in Computer Science
Ethiopia is a junior from Westwood, MA. She is a Biology Major and Computer Science minor on the pre-medical track. On campus, she is engaged in various organizations and activities including serving as the Vice President of University Ambassadors, a Peer Counselor, an HHMI research fellow, as well as being involved in QuestBridge and Active Minds.
Mia Harvey '19
Mia is an Art History and Geology double major from Sterling, Massachusetts. In addition to working in the Career and Professional Development office, she is a Hearing Advisor, an Appalachian Adventure trip leader, and a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. This will be her third year as a Career Fellow!
Tanpreet Hunjan '19
Economics and Studio Art
Tanpreet is a junior majoring in Economics and Studio Art. Originally from England, she became interested in studying in the US after completing a summer program at Yale University. Interested in pursuing a career in finance, Tanpreet interned at Bank of America in the summer of 2017 and serves as treasurer of Kappa Delta Sorority. She is also a member of both WLU Student Consulting and The Williams Investment Society. Outside of W&L, Tanpreet runs her own henna business and enjoys mentoring students for a social mobility charity called SEO London.
Julia Kaczmar '19
Business Administration with a minor in German Language and Culture
A native of Philadelphia PA, Julia is studying Business Administration with a minor in German. She is a YoungLife leader at Lylburn Downing Middle School. Additionally, she started the club "Take 2" with her friend Paige which raises money for TrueMission VA, an organization helping to build a safe house for girls rescued from human trafficking. She would love to work at a fashion company and interned last summer at Rebecca Taylor in New York City.
Catherine Latour '20
Business Administration and English with a minor in East Asian Studies
Catherine is a rising sophomore from Lubbock, Texas anticipating majoring in Business Administration and English with a minor in East Asian Studies and a Japan emphasis. On Campus, Catherine serves as a Peer Counselor, Ring Tum Phi editor, leadership team member of Campus Kitchen, and Panhellenic Delegate and Vice President of Communications for her sorority. She is also a member of Venture Club, LEAD, and Money Matters. Catherine is interested in pursuing a career in finance or law. Last summer she was selected to participate in Washington and Lee's Entrepreneurship Internship Program and completed a Nonprofit Fellowship in Texas.
Iman Messado '19
Economics and Studio Art
Iman is a junior from Jersey City, NJ majoring in Economics and Studio Art. She's a co-director of Friday Underground, a weekly student run cafe/performance event held in the Arc House. She's interested in public policy and international development and hopes to work in the State Department or for an NGO in the future.
Ezequiel Piantoni '18
Business Administration and Economics
Exe is studying Mathematics. Interested in the financial markets, Ezequiel is part of the Williams Investment Society. He is also a member of the Real Estate Society, and this will be Ezequiel's third year at Career and Professional Development. Before coming to W&L, Ezequiel was living in Mar del Plata, Argentina, where he graduated from Holy Trinity College. Fun fact: Ezequiel has beaten Dean Jensen in tennis twice by walk over.
Gray Rixey '18
Parker Skinner '20
Biochemistry with a minor in East Asian Studies
Parker is a double legacy of W&L and a Biochemistry major with an East Asian Studies minor focused on Japan. He was a founding member and is the current treasurer of the Pre-Health Club. His goal after graduating from W&L is to attend medical school in his home state of Florida. In his free time he enjoy being a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity, playing club soccer and volunteering at the YMCA.
Molly Sykes '20
Accounting with a minor in German Language and Culture
Molly is from Norfolk, Virginia and plans on majoring in Accounting and minoring in German. She wants to do something involving accounting but isn't exactly sure what yet. She is in Kappa Alpha Theta and is involved in FYOC.
Andrew Zandomenego '19
Economics with a minor in Philosophy
Andrew is a Junior from Sarasota, Florida majoring in Economics and minoring in Philosophy. In his free time, Andrew participates in several extracurriculars, including Club Soccer, The Spectator, and the Hearing Advisor Program. With a passion for government and law, Andrew plans to pursue law school in order to practice criminal or corporate law and later move into a career in politics.
Andre Zeromski '20
Computer Science and Economics
As a native of San Diego, California, Andre loves to hike and go to the beach whenever he gets the chance. For as long as he can recall, he has been a math/science kid, but here at W&L he plans on challenging himself by becoming a Computer Science and Economics double major, and so far the classes for both have been worth his while. In terms of his future career goals, he hopes to be working in the tech or finance industry.
William Zhou '19
Accounting with a minor in Math
Will is a rising junior majoring in Accounting with a minor in Math. Originally from Wuhan, China, Will is interested in pursuing a career in either Accounting or Consulting.