In 2018, Pomona College alumni Mackenzie Grieman '09 spent weeks living in a tent in Antarctica for postdoctoral research. Six years later, she's an associate editor at Springer Nature Group, the global publisher of scientific research.
Hear how Alumni Association Board member Robi Ganguly ’00 used his Pomona education experience and long-standing Sagehen friendships to forge an entrepreneurial path leading to his own successful company and the motivation to pay it forward.
Mikey Dickerson '01 helped rescue the HealthCare.gov website, a key part of the Affordable Care Act, in 2013. Now he is helping pilot a new program, "Return to Pomona," and teaching computer science spring semester at his alma mater.
A group of Sagehens are continuing their shared journey in Boston as Harvard Medical School students. Another has already graduated and is doing a residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, a Harvard teaching hospital.
Hear from the Associate Dean of the College, Professor of History and Coordinator of Latin American Studies April J. Mayes ’94 P’26 as she shares her story and involvement in the Draper Center for Community Partnerships at Pomona College.
When Ruben Murray ’19, wrote his senior thesis on the small East African country of Djibouti, the international relations major didn’t expect to end up there two years later as a foreign service officer for the U.S. State Department.
Two months after receiving her diploma, Julia Frankel ’23 started reporting on issues in the Middle East from Jerusalem for the Associated Press. Now covering the Israel-Hamas war, her stories shed light on the trauma felt throughout the region.
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