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Meet FIVE from 2018: SVC grads and what they’re up to

 SVC grad Queenie GarrisonQueenie Lyka Garrison ’18
Major: History and Politics
Hometown: North Bennington, VT
Status: Queenie is currently working for LanguageLine Solutions as an over the phone medical interpreter and has been offered a position at USCRI (The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants) as one of their Assistant Case Managers. Queenie completed her internship with USCRI during the spring of her junior year. She begins classes at Johns Hopkins University this fall to pursue a Masters of Arts in Government focusing on democracy studies and governance. She is also studying for the Foreign Service Officer test.
Alum Melissa MascariMelissa Mascari ’18
Major: Sports Management
Hometown: Saratoga Springs, NY
Status: After graduating from SVC, Melissa has been offered a position at Juniata College as the new full-time Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach. She also has started graduate school for her Master’s Degree in Sports Management at Georgia Southern University.
SVC Grad Ryan StowellRyan Stowell ’F17
Major: Business Administration
Hometown: West Springfield, MA
Status: Ryan is currently attending The Fox School of Business at Temple University with the intention of obtaining a Master of Finance in Investment Management. After graduating from the 10-month program, he will pursue a career as an analyst at an asset management or private equity firm.
 Alum Sharlyne MarteSharlyne Marte ’18
Major: Human Services
Hometown: Washington Heights, NY
Status: Sharlyne is currently working for the City of New York as a Supervisor in the Summer Youth Employment Program. This fall, Sharlyne will start a Master’s of Social Work Program at Rutgers as a full-time student.
Alum Aundrea PansecchiAundrea Pansecchi ’18
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Adams, MA
Status: Aundrea moved to Pittsburgh, PA, and is working as an Emergency Department Nurse. Pennsylvania allows nurses to work on ambulances as apart of their EMS system, so while working in the ED, Aundrea will also be working towards becoming a pre-hospital RN.
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