William & Mary

Alumni Updates


Madeeha Hameed '09, Dylan Gabriel Kauper '05, Travis Pickell '06, Kerry Casey '07, Corinna Hann '08, Seth Drewry '11

Full Description

Madeeha Hameed '09: Madeeha has begun work as a broadcaster for Voice of America in Pakistan.  Her program, "Generation Now," is pitched to youth and modelled on her experiences at William & Mary.  See the pilot at http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/Hyn1vcdzutpS/info/%22Generation%20Now%22%20-%20The%20Promo/.

Gabriel Kauper '05: Gabriel, who was accepted into the George Washington University School of Business class of 2012, was featured this past March in U.S. News & World Report for his interest in how businesses can embrace eco-friendly policies (http://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/top-business-schools/articles/2011/03/28/the-environmentally-friendly-mba).

Travis Pickell '06: After spending a year working on Capitol Hill, and another serving a church in Williamsburg, Travis completed a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and has been accepted into the UVA doctoral program in Religious Studies, where he will focus his research on Theology, Ethics and Culture.

Kerry Casey '07: Kerry has received a Master of Theological Studies from the University of Notre Dame, has worked as an AmeriCorps volunteer in Baltimore--serving as a Community Health Educator on issues of HIV/STDs and helping provide housing and services for the homeless with Project PLASE--and has recently been accepted into the William & Mary Master of Public Policy program.

Corinna Hann '08: Corinna earned a Master of Arts in Religious Studies from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, in 2011.

Seth Drewry '11: Seth serves as a member of the Direct Care staff for the Teen Challenge Ranch of Northwest Arkansas, Morrow, Arkansas.  As part of a team responsible for the daily supervision of resident students, he conducts Bible studies, chapel services and discipleship classes.