Networking at the speed of Denison

“What do I do after Denison?”

Unless they’re lucky enough to win the lottery (or the Showcase Showdown), most students will be looking for gainful employment or continuing their education after graduation. Right now, on the second floor of Slayter, more than 60 students are getting career advice from alums who have become leaders of their respective fields.

The alums (listed below) come from a variety of fields, including health care, education, financial services, fundraising/non-profits, law, journalism, and public relations/marketing. As part of today’s Speed Networking event, sponsored by Career Services, they’re spending time chatting directly with students about the value of a Denison liberal arts education and the importance of internships, job shadowing, volunteering, and networking.


Kristina Bethea ’06
Coordinator for Residence Education, University of Arkansas

Debbie Lukacovic Grable ’77
Director of Occupational Therapy, Rahway Hospital

Holly Jespersen ’97
Account Director, Creative Media Marketing

Amy Judge-Prein ’89
Counsel, Baker & Daniels LLP

Mike Kleinfelder ’00
Vice President Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Mike Richards ’62
Retired Dentist

Erin Roberts ’02
Development Program Director, Chicago Metropolis 2020

Rich Seils ’67
Coordinator of University Partnerships, Educational Service Center

David Zivan ’88
Editor, Indianapolis Monthly


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