They are artists and entrepreneurs.

They work in movie and television studios, on the

baseball field and the basketball court.

They work for health and for healing, for learning and for justice.

They are 30 graduates who are changing the world.

Diana Guradado

Film Production Coordinator
Diana Guardado

Flavio Bravo

Voting Rights Defender
Flavio Bravo

Cameron Grant

Pediatric Nurse
Cameron Grant

Cura personalis literally guides me every day. It is the whole principle of my public health career.

—Cameron Grant

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Brad Kenstler

Data Scientist
Brad Kenstler

Miriam Uribe

Workers Advocate
Miriam Uribe

Taylor Smalls

Painter
Taylor Smalls

I ended up being the featured artist in that commercial. It helps to be in a city where there are a lot of eyes, a lot of exposure.

—Taylor Smalls

 

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Brendan Herger

Machine Learning Engineer
Brendan Herger

Alex Binsfeld

Lawyer and Advocate
Alex Binsfeld

Ebraheem Alghafees

Entrepreneur
Ebraheem Alghafees

I’m not the quiet, head-down type of coder. I love to talk, and I love to share my passion with girls who might not consider tech as an industry option for themselves.

—India Buckley

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India Buckley

Software Engineer
India Buckely

Araceli Leon

Teacher, Author
Araceli Leon

Nicholas Grayson

Gaming Journalist
Nicholas Grayson

Selenne Alatorre

Community Health Scientist
Selenne Alatorre

Danae Robinson

Trademark Lawyer
Danae Robinson

Frankie Ferrari

Basketball Player
Frankie Ferrari

There’s this subtext of kindness in a Jesuit education that I’ve certainly carried on through my work as a director.

—Brenna Malloy

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Brenna Malloy

Film & Television Director
Brenna Malloy

Antonio Reza

Future Lawyer
Antonio Reza

I’m teaching students about my favorite part of what I do, the intersection of news and video.

—Lucas Waldron

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Lucas Waldron

Investigative Journalist
Lucas Waldron

Mitchell Zvagelskiy

Ecommerce Exec
Michelle Zvagelskiy

Sarah Toutant

Inclusivity Expert
Sarah Toutant

Laura Flores

Communications Strategist
Laura Flores

Eiselle Ty

Instagractivist
Eiselle Ty

The definition of immigrant — and the definition of illegal — is always determined not by what is fair but by who is in power.

—Edwin Carmona-Cruz

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Edwin Carmona-Cruz

Immigrant Advocate
Edwin Carmona-Cruz

Tian Rong Liew

Startup Founder
Tian Rong Liew

Sarah Ives

Pandemic Scientist
Sarah Ives

Paul Cook

Fish Technician
Paul Cook

Alyssa Nakken

Major League Coach
Alyssa Nakken

The other women from the other teams, whether they were analysts, strength coaches, or others, would come to me and just say, ‘Thank you.’

— Alyssa Nakken

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Vanessa Barba

Labor Organizer
Vanessa Barba

Brian Rezende

Covid Clinician
Brian Rezende

After seeing the state those patients were in when they left the hospital, as compared to when they were being wheeled into surgery, I knew that’s what I wanted to do with my life.

—Brian Rezende

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Galina Lang

Boba Businesswoman
Galina Lang

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