Ryan Berry ’22

Chemical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering minor
Hometown: Pleasanton, CA
A Quote that Inspires Me: “Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of, that do the things no one can imagine” – Turing

Ritika Chowdhury ’22

Economics and Art; Psychology minor
Hometown: Kolkata, India
Career Advice: “The biggest lesson I have learned so far is, do what you love and are passionate about because that’s when you would be able to give your 100%. If you give your best, you don’t have to worry about success because it comes to you automatically. Life is too short to waste on something that doesn’t make you excited or happy!”

Gretchen Christophe ’22

Anthropology & Sociology and Government & Law
Hometown: Maplewood, NJ
Career Advice: “Try your hardest, but don’t beat yourself up when you fail. As long as you have the right mindset and embrace all that you are, (your strengths, passions, flaws) you’re unstoppable. Success is a marathon, not a sprint.”

Allison Paglia’22

Economics | Psychology (dual major)
Hometown: Oceanport, NJ
Career Advice:“Learn how to network as a freshman or sophomore – don’t wait until junior/senior year! Getting used to phone calls, emails, and in-person conversations with professionals takes time. By senior year when you’re relying on your network to help find job opportunities, you’ll be thankful for all of the practice you had.”

Eleanor Griffiths ’22

Government & Law and International Affairs; Psychology minor
Hometown: Ascot, England
A Quote that Inspires Me: “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together” – Vincent Van Gogh

Isaiah Osei-Gyening’22

Neuroscience; Health, Life Science & Society minor
Hometown: Corona, NY
Career Advice: : “Always keep an open mind, you never know where that one class or one internship will take you.”

Katie Gyves ’22

Hometown: Montclair, NJ
A Quote that Inspires Me: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts” – Winston Churchill


Fatimata Cham’23

Government & Law | International Affairs (dual major); Women & Gender & Sexuality Studies minor
Hometown: Bronx, NY
Career Advice: : “Life is not a race. Everyone is on their own timeline. Do not apply for internships just because you think it will add to your resume. Apply for internships and opportunities because you find them interesting and intriguing, because they will contribute to a greater understanding of one’s self and the career path you may want to take.”

Christine Pak’23

Civil & Environmental Engineering
Hometown: Whitestone, NY
Career Advice: “Take advantage of any/all resources! It’s never too early to begin this journey; the more active you are the more aware, prepared, and confident you will feel!”