Amber Datta, Class of 2013, NSF Graduate Student Grant, Environmental Analysis
Environmental analysis graduate Amber Datta '13 recently received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to continue her studies in natural resource management.
Headshot of Daniel Shin against a blue background.
Daniel Shin '08, a neuroscience major, is a producer and director for Marketplace Morning Report, a national public radio program.
Jackie Ching headshot.
Jackie Ching '14 was a philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) major who is now a legislative correspondent in Washington, D.C. working for U.S. Senator Brian Schatz '94.
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Major: French and Economics Profession: Director of Analytics, Updater, San Francisco, Calif. Hometown: Los Altos, Calif.
Alumna Alana Murphy, Public policy analysis, Class of 2015
Working with the International Organization for Migration, public policy analysis graduate Alana Murphy '15 is getting a taste of policy development work with local governments in Ecuador.
Alumna, Environmental Analysis, Nicole Quilliam
Environmental analysis graduate Nicole Quilliam ’15 works for Andela, a company trying to solve the tech talent shortage by investing in Africa's most talented developers.
Edie Harris
Edie Harris '13, a German and philosophy major, works as a clinical psychology researcher and is now a graduate student in Germany studying the interdisciplinary facets of philosophy, psychology and neuroscience.
Darrell Jones headshot for After Pomona series.
Darrell Jones III '14, a politics major at Pomona, works in tech for Twilio and is a cofounder of TechEquity Collaborative and also finds time to create public art productions.
Alumna Caroline Fernandez plays the violin,
Caroline Fernandez '09 is an astrophysics major who is now an engineer working for the Henkel Corp.
Cailly Howell, 2012 alumna, public policy analysis, medicine
Passionate for healthcare literacy, Cailly Howell '12, a former public policy major continues to advocate for children's health and literacy and is now on her way to become a pediatrician.

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