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  • Justin Brown graduated from Hamilton College in 2014 with a degree in sociology and Hispanic studies. After graduating Justin went on to earn his master’s degree in sports venue and event management from Syracuse University. Now, he is an account executive working for the Boston Celtics.

  • Amy Feeney graduated from Hamilton in 2004 as a literature and art double major. At Hamilton, she played on the women’s basketball and field hockey teams. Amy decided to pursue her interest in athletics professionally, and went on to earn an M.Ed. in sports administration at Temple University. After working as the director of marketing for an athletic conference and later for lululemon athletica, Amy decided to open her own Barre Fitness Studio in Haverford, Pa., in 2011. Currently, as a result of the pandemic, Amy is running an online fitness platform, though she hopes to open a new studio in Philadelphia in late 2021.

  • Ned Drinker is the founder of First Person Tours, a walking tour company based in Philadelphia. Prior to this new calling, he spent 30 years working in the tax industry as a manager and senior accountant. He graduated from Hamilton in 1976 with a degree in Economics.

  • Gerard Pozzi graduated in 2018 with a major in environmental studies. Gerard is currently a research and engagement specialist at the World Resources Institute, an environmentally-focused think tank in Washington, D.C.

  • Anna Do graduated in 2018 with a major in psychology. She was a member of the Global Health Organization, HEAT, and Gamma Xi. She is currently a doctor of occupational therapy student at the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Mass.

  • Laura graduated in 2010 with degrees in anthropology and Hispanic studies. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the varsity swim team. Laura is currently a career services manager for Galvanize Inc., a 21st century school for engineers, entrepreneurs, and data scientists and based in Denver, Colorado.

  • Emily Stein ’96 is a former restaurant manager and chef who is now transitioning to become a public school teacher. She shares her insight on cooking and staying healthy while staying home.

  • Lia DeFranco is a 2019 Hamilton alumna who majored in art during her time on the Hill. She also participated in groups such as the Art Collective, Red Weather, and Kappa Delta Omega. Lia shares her thoughts about the emotions that arose in the spring semester of her senior year, her own experience transitioning to post-Hamilton life, and the attitude that helped her adjust to those dramatic changes.

  • Noam Barnhard graduated from Hamilton in 2018 with a degree in behavioral economics. During his time at Hamilton, he was also a captain for the men’s rugby team, a board member for the Hamilton Israel Public Affairs Committee as well as the Fine Dining Society, a tutor at the Oral Communications Center, and a member of the Judicial Board. He currently works as a senior marketing analyst at American Express.

  • Andrew Mandelbaum graduated from Hamilton in 2016 with a degree in economics. At Hamilton, he was a member of the men’s cross country team as well as the men’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams. Currently, Andrew works as a project manager at Epic, guiding health systems through the process of installing or improving their electronic health records.

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