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Congratulations, 2020 Graduates!

The Schroeder Center for Health Policy has had the good fortune to work with outstanding William & Mary undergraduates in many capacities. Our students have immersed themselves in varied health policy activities through internships, fellowships, research assistantships, and other funded research experiences.  

We wish these graduating students great success in their new endeavors. In addition, we also congratulate our Research Associate, Rishya Suresh, who will begin graduate work in economic development this fall at Vanderbilt University, and we offer our thanks and congratulations to Bryan Harrison and Patrick Wise, our graduate research assistants, who will be receiving their M.P.P. degrees.

Jared Bergen (B.A., Public Policy; Sayville, NY). Will be completing a fellowship with the Washington AIDS Partnership Health Corps Program.

Allison Edwards (B.B.A., Accounting; Fredericksburg, VA). Staff with EY in Richmond, VA, where she will work with a variety of clients to gain experience in different tax disciplines under EY’s Diversified Staff Group model.

Renee Garrow (B.A., Economics with a Mathematics minor; Norfolk VA). Analyst with Cornerstone Research, where she will use both qualitative and quantitative analysis to support lawyers in economic litigation matters.

Ange Olson (B.A., Economics with a Mathematics minor; Chapel Hill, NC). Associate with Lafayette Group in Arlington, VA, where she will be performing consulting work in cybersecurity.

Tori Reese (B.A., Applied Mathematics and Economics; Winchester, VA). Analyst with Cornerstone Research, where she will use both qualitative and quantitative analysis to support lawyers in economic litigation matters.

Wenyang Pan (B.S., Mathematics and Economics).  Will attend Northwestern to begin a Master of Analytics program.

Maddie Yi (B.A., Economics with a minor in Music; Derwood, MD). Research Assistant with the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C., where she will work with the Trade & Quantitative Studies section in the International Finance Division.

Brittany Young (B.A., Economics with Latin American Studies minor; Mechanicsville, VA). Quantitative Economic Analyst with RTI International in Durham, NC, where she will conduct quantitative analysis to support research and evaluation efforts with the Center for Health Policy Science on tobacco control policies and programs.

Read more about the 2020 Public Policy BA and MPP graduates and this year's commencement ceremony.