Center for International Education
Spring 2011

IA ALUMNI: Where in the world is. . . ?

Anja (Weitz ’86) Broke-Smith - Following graduation from UNH, Anja worked for Bankers Trust in New York, Geneva, and London. Today she and her husband and three children live in Monaco.

Jennifer (Snyder ‘89) Lyon - Following an assignment in Russia, Jennifer and her husband are now living in Beijing, China, where Jennifer works in the political section of the U.S. Embassy.

Corey Duefield ’92 works at the Center of Statistical Sciences in the Program in Public Health at Brown University. He earned his Master of Public Health in 1995 at the Tulane University Department of Epidemiology and International Health. He and his wife have one daughter.

Rina Lee '05 (center) with her students from KG Electronics in Korea
Rina Lee '05 (center) with her students from KG Electronics in Korea

Rina Lee ’05 is working in the field of international education at KAIST, one of the most prestigious science and engineering schools in South Korea.

Nikki Nichols ’07 won a $7,500 Golden Key QS World Grad School Tour Scholar Award which she will use to pursue a Master of Science Degree in Public Policy and Management degree at the Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University.

Sarah Sohm ’07 is consular officer with the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC.

Lisa Mulvey ’08 earned her M.Ed. in International Education Policy at Harvard University and was hired this spring as the administrative assistant for the UNH London and Cambridge programs.

Sam Schofield ’08 is executive assistant for the Ecologic Development Fund in Cambridge, MA, serving as the primary liaison between the headquarters and the Guatemala field office.

Katie Conrad ’09 is studying for her masters degree in Conservation Biology at Columbia University. She is concentrating on food sustainability, and her thesis project concerns alternatives to capture-based fisheries in Miches in the Dominican Republic.

Andrew Lavine ’09 is working in Boston as an account coordinator with SimulTrans, a translation and localization company. He is in charge of regional sales and business development -- “great experience as well as being a bit challenging,” he reports.

Sophia Weeks ’10 is an alumni recruiter for The Washington Center in Washington, DC. She recently visited UNH to promote The Washington Center’s programs.

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