Andrea Carson is an ORISE Research Fellow with the US Army Corps of Engineers in Alexandria, VA.
Tom Mercer is an infrastructure management system analyst for Woolpert in Washington, DC.
JT McCook is a remote solar designer for Sungevity in the San Francisco area.
Mary Kate Ranii is a program coordinator for PA Resources Council in the Pittsburgh area.
Abby Downs is working with the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, DC.
Alexis Melusky is working as an Environmental Planner for Michael Baker Jr., Inc. in their Philadelphia, PA office.
Laura Shelly is an environmental consultant with Mercuri and Associates in NJ.
Kristin Sullivan (see photo gallery) works for Iberdrola Renewables USA in community relations with landowners and local residents involved in large-scale wind farms.
Jill Abrahamson worked with threatened birds of prey in the Florida Everglades after graduation and is now a planner with the Union County, Pa., Planning Department.
John Burrows received his master's degree from the Yale School of Forestry and Environment, where he studied social and policy dimensions of the conservation of biological diversity and performed a policy science analysis of the Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary management plan. He now works as a policy analyst for Project Performance Corporation, an environmental consulting firm in Washington, D.C.
Christina Cromley is a Phi Beta Kappa who graduated as valedictorian of the Class of 1995. She earned a Ph.D. at the Yale School of Forestry and the Environment, where she investigated the grizzly bear and bison recovery programs in Wyoming. She is now director of forest policy with the environmental group American Forests in Washington, D.C.
Jenn Snyder served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Bolivia while completing a Ph.D. in tropical rain forest ecology at the University of Montana. She is now a policy analyst for the Nature Conservancy.
(Left) Olivia Campbell, with baby black bear, has served as director of public relations for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (seen with baby black bear, below).