Albright grads share Next Stop plans

May 17, 2019

As Albright’s Class of 2019 heads out into a world, several graduates share plans for their next stop.

 

Chris Gaskins

Christopher Gaskins

Christopher Gaskins ’19
Newark N.J.
Business Administration: Marketing major
Member of the Dearden Honor Society and Albright track team.
NEXT STOP: Christopher landed a job teaching math and science with Uncommon Schools after an internship last summer. Uncommon Schools operates 53 schools serving 19,000 students across New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. 82% of Uncommon School students are economically disadvantaged and 99% are accepted to four year colleges.

 

Zoe Gehman and Steven Gosch

Zoe Gehman and Steven Gosch

Steven Gosch ’19
Shohola, Pa.
Environmental Science and Spanish major
A Gold A award winner and a member of Alpha Sigma Phi, the Lion Diplomats and 2018 Homecoming King, Steven took part in a service trip to Oklahoma over the winter of his senior year.
NEXT STOP: Teaching English in Madrid, Spain as an English Auxiliary.

Zoe Gehman ’19
Birdsboro, Pa.
Chemistry and Mathematics major
Honors student and a member of Psi Chi, Alpha Phi Omega and the Lion Diplomats.
NEXT STOP: After conducting chemical reactivity research through multiple ACRE projects as an Albright undergraduate, Zoe has been accepted to the University of Virginia, where she will work toward a doctorate in chemistry.

 

Mia Felix

Mia Felix

Mia Felix ’19
Middletown, N.Y.
Biology major
A member of Sigma Kappa and the Albright track team, Mia took part in a study abroad trip to Ireland as a sophomore, as well as a service trip to Oklahoma over the winter of her senior year.
NEXT STOP: Following an internship at Elmwood Park Zoo, Mia is working full time at a veterinarian hospital, with eyes on a future in veterinarian school.

 

 

Kaylyn Haan and Ben Foreman

Kaylyn Haan and Ben Foreman

Kaylyn Haan ’19
Wilmington, Del.
Biology: Biotechnology and Spanish major
An honors student, Kaylyn studied virus growth factors through an undergraduate ACRE project. She was a Student Government Association class officer, and a member of Albright’s volleyball team and Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
NEXT STOP: Kaylyn begins her position as a Veterinary Tech at Colchester Animal Hospital shortly after graduation. The hospital is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Ben Foreman ’19
Temple, Pa.
Business Administration: Marketing major
Honors student, Gold A award winner, Jacob Albright Scholar, and a member of the Dearden Honor Society, golf team and Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
NEXT STOP: After meeting Solar Innovations/IRT Reels founder Greg Header on a fishing pier, Ben submitted his resume and started working part time in his senior year at Albright. After graduation, he’ll be taking on a full time role as the company’s Marketing Coordinator.

 

Khady Gueye

Khady Gueye

Khady Gueye ’19
Reading, Pa.
Business Administration: Economics major
Jacob Albright Scholar, member of the Dearden Honor Society.
NEXT STOP: Khady is looking forward to a career in Academic Affairs.

 

 

 

Maggie Maloney

Maggie Maloney

Maggie Maloney ’19
Tunkhannock, Pa.
Art major
Member of Phi Mu and the Lion Diplomats.
NEXT STOP: Maggie is excited to be heading abroad to Scotland shortly after graduation.

 

Frank Lavery

Frank Lavery

Frank Lavery ’19
Dillsburg, Pa.
History and Political Science major
An honors student, Jacob Albright Scholar and a member of Pi Kappa Phi and the Albright soccer team, Frank took part in a study abroad trip to Ireland as a sophomore.
NEXT STOP: Frank will pursue a law degree at Notre Dame Law School.

 

 

 

Whitney Jefferson

Whitney Jefferson

Whitney Jefferson ’19
Lusby, Md.
Music Industry Studies and Arts Administration major
Member of Alpha Phi Omega, Psi Chi, Women’s Chorale and a Student Ambassador.
NEXT STOP: Whitney will head to Carnegie Mellon to pursue a master’s degree in entertainment industry management.

 

Emily Durell

Emily Durell

Emily Durell ’19
Crofton, Md.
Communications: Public Relations & Advertising and History major
An honors student, Albright Angel, Gold A award winner, Jacob Albright Scholar, concert choir member and Peer Orientation Person, Emily served on the President’s Student Advisory Council and took part in a multi-year ACRE study into the propaganda of World War II postcards.
NEXT STOP: Emily will work as a member of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s press team.

 

Stephany Courtney and Madison Bear

Stephany Courtney and Madison Bear

Stephany Courtney ’19
Magnolia, Del.
Child and Family Studies major
Student Ambassador and a member of Albright’s softball team and Student Athlete Advisory Committee.

Madison Bear ’19
Elkins Park, Pa.
Sociology major
Student Ambassador and a member of Albright’s softball team.
NEXT STOP: Stephany and Madison will be working toward graduate degrees together, at the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work.

 

Enosh with signEnosh Motachwa ’19
Maplewood, N.J.
Music Industry Studies major
Member of the Council for an Inclusive, Thriving, and Equitable Community (CITE-C), Football team, Lion records
Alpha Sigma Phi Award winner
NEXT STOP: Currently planning the release for an electronic instrumental mixtape, Enosh expects to be work within the Music Industry as an Electronic Music Producer and DJ, touring and traveling the world.

 

Angela Espinoza ’19Espinoza with sign
Jackson Heights, N.Y.
Psychology, Sociology: Criminology and Women’s & Gender Studies major
Allen McKenney, III, Memorial Fund Award winner
Member of the Council for an Inclusive, Thriving, and Equitable Community (CITE-C), Phi Mu Phi Beta Sorority, National Panhellenic Council, National Society of Leadership and Success
NEXT STOP: Angela started her career as a Case Manager at CAMBA’s Landing Family Shelter, in Queens, N.Y., only three days after graduating a semester early. She plans to begin working on a master’s degree in social work this summer.

 

Mollica on soccer field

Emily Mollica ’19
Milton, Pa.
Business Administration/Management/Marketing major
Soccer team
NEXT STOP: Sport Management

 

 

Payton Bogatch ’19
Bogatch with signBoonton, N.J.
Digital Communications major
Albright Communications Division Photography Intern
Ed Flagg and M. Cornelius Trayes Award in Journalism: Photography winner
NEXT STOP: Photography in New York City

 

 

Holloman with signDwane Holloman ’19
Lebanon, Pa.
Digital Communications major
Film/Video Minor
Albright Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach and WXAC Radio Show Co-Host
Communications Department Faculty Award winner
NEXT STOP: Marketing & Design Coordinator at Berks Fire Water Restorations

 

 

Hannah Schrock ’19Schrock with sign
Reading, Pa.
Business Administration/Marketing major
NEXT STOP: NVR Homes

 

 

 

Nye with sign
Marina Nye ’19
North Truno, Mass.
History major
Presented work at American Historical Association, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, DeSales Women and Gender and HECBC conferences
Honors student, senior thesis: “The Corset as a Lens into the Condition of Womanhood.
Jacob Albright Scholar
Dr. J. Dale Yoder ’57 Commencement History Award, Silver Snips Award
NEXT STOP: UCLA – to pursue a doctorate in history. She will begin her journey this summer in UCLA’s graduate competitive edge program. Her concentration is 19th century women’s history and sartorial culture.

 

Kelly Neary ’19Neary with sign
Hicksville, N.Y.
Theatre and Arts Administration major
Class of 2019 President
Member of the national award-winning “A Raisin in the Sun” theatre crew
Albright Improv Award winner
NEXT STOP: Theatre Educator! Kelly will be returning home to New York to begin searching for local community theatres, as she completes her last class requirement to receive her degree.