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  • Erin Bryant graduated from Hamilton with a major in neuroscience and minors in German and creative writing. She also served as president of Minds for Change, which sought to destigmatize mental health on campus. Currently a research assistant, Erin investigates the role of molecular motor proteins in synaptic plasticity and memory storage. She works in Dr. Puthanveettil’s lab at the Scripps Research Institute.

  • Nick Mayer is an associate at Newbury Partners LLC. He supports the transaction team across all secondary investment related functions, including evaluation and monitoring of investments. Nick graduated from Hamilton College with a Bachelor of Arts in economics with a minor in Music.

  • Edwin “Eddie” Brennan is a Creative Director and Communications Strategy consultant working in New York City. His expertise supports numerous companies and organizations across the Tech, Philanthropy, Manufacturing, and Consumer Goods industries, with a keen focus on strategic brand development and external communications. Brennan also serves as the CEO and Owner of Rural Guarantee LLC, on the Community Advisory Committee of the Masonic Medical Research Institute, and supports several local nonprofits in fundraising and strategy throughout Central New York.

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Danielle Mortorano graduated from Hamilton College in 2012 with a degree in psychology and religious studies. Following graduation Danielle completed her DPT degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She is now a physical therapist in the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

  • Bobby Cole graduated from Hamilton in 2006 with a major in math and a minor in English. He currently resides in Seacoast, N.H. with his wife Letty Bedard ’06 and their three children. He is the vice president of U.S. product design and modeling at Liberty Mutual. There, he leads a team of 100 actuaries, data scientists, and data engineers to develop pricing for insurance products based on historical data and a multitude of predictive modeling techniques. He spends most of his time outside of work loving life as a dad, and pretending to know more than he actually does about how to maintain the nearly 300-year-old home they live in.

  • Morgan Lane graduated from Hamilton College in 2012 where she majored in neuroscience and government. After volunteering at the Peace Corps directly after graduation, she completed her Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) at Emory University. Morgan is now a public health research associate at Emory University School of Medicine.

  • Olivia Northrop is a lead consultant at ABS Group in Washington, D.C. She graduated from Hamilton in 2019, where she double-majored in government and French. Olivia then went on to receive a Master of Arts in Global Risk from the John Hopkins University in 2020. She has extensive experience in risk analysis and project management.

  • Morgan Fletcher ’17 majored in economics and minored in math and classical studies. She now works as an equity research associate at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Morgan gives us a glimpse of her impressive career path and process of landing a job at Bank of America. She offers helpful advice to those looking to pursue a career in finance, emphasizing the importance of networking along the way.

  • After graduating from Hamilton in 2016 with a major in environmental studies and minors in mathematics and Hispanic studies, Carina began her search for a job that would simultaneously suit her passions and help her grow as an individual. She landed at Jefferies and enrolled in a master’s of business administration (M.B.A.) program at NYU Stern School of Business in 2019. At Jefferies, she serves as an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and sustainable finance research associate, allowing her to combine her passion for environmental science with business.

  • Chelsea Haight ’13 is a regional development director for the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and lives in San Francisco.

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