Aerial Reese ’15 is currently the Klagsbrun Fellow at Alliance for Justice in Washington, D.C., where she provided outreach and communications support for a coordinated nationwide grassroots campaign to bring attention to the Supreme Court case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, which could undermine the rights of all public employees to organize in effective unions and lower the standard of living for all working Americans. The case recently resulted in a split decision of 4-4.
Katherine Robinson ’14 received a Fulbright award to study and teach in Austria. This Fall (2014) she will begin teaching at a secondary school and taking courses at the University of Vienna, where she will also work on her research project on the German filmmaker, Ulrich Seidl. After the Fulbright, Katherine plans to pursue a graduate degree in Film and Media Studies.
Osasha Fertal ’13 spent a year away from Agnes Scott as a Visiting Student at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford in 2011-12 before graduating. She was then awarded a Studentship in the Classics Department of Trinity College, Dublin, where she completed her M.Phil. in Classics, writing a thesis on Empedocles. In the Fall of 2014 she will be a graduate student in philosophy at Humboldt University, Berlin, on a scholarship funded from the German government through DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service.
Haviland Forrister ’12 completed a dual major in Philosophy and Physics. She is beginning the PhD program in Atmospheric Physics at Georgia Tech this Fall (2014).
Gina Luttrell ’11 graduated cum laude in Philosophy and Political Science, and then went to work for the civil liberties non-profit, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, in Philadelphia. She is editor-in-chief of the libertarian women’s magazine Thoughts On Liberty, an Arts and Entertainment columnist at Mic., and an opinion columnist at The Blaze. Her writing has also appeared in TownHall and the Center for a Stateless Society, and she has an essay forthcoming in an anthology on libertarian feminism.
Natalie Stadnick ’11 completed a Master of Divinity degree from the Divinity School at Duke University in 2014, writing a thesis on the relation between philosophy and theology in the Cappadocian school. She has recently taken a position back in Atlanta at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral where, among other things, she facilitates discussions on philosophy and theology. Natalie is engaged to be married next Summer (2015).
Catalina Ford ’10 is completing a JD at Fordham University School of Law. In the Summer of 2014 she interned at a law firm and has received an offer to return once she graduates in 2015. She also received a New York Bar Foundation Fellowship in 2013, and recently had a Note published in the Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law.