Students & Alumna/i
While at Bucknell
- Yulissa Hidalgo '12, directed a student production of "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" by Ntozake Shange.
- Jaunita Jeffrey '13 President, Student Club, Essential.
- Nakea Tyson '11 President of the Bucknell Chapter of the NAACP.
- Marissa Calhoun '10 President of the Black Student Union and was awarded "Bucknell Person of the Year" in 2010 .
- Jessica Vooris '09 winner of the Excellence in Women's and Gender Studies Award.
- Emily Rath '09 winner of the Excellence in Women's and Gender Studies Award.
- Carly Whitehead '08 graduated with honors, her thesis was entitled "Missing from Medicine: A Feminist Critique of the Omission of Women from American Clinical Research"
- Juliana Brafa '05 co-wrote, co-directed, and produced a short film titled "One Number 2" . The film was awarded the First Place prize at the Marco Island Film Festival competition held November 5-9, 2003.
- Natalie Sopic '01, founder and creater NAG Enterprises, fashion design company.
- Theresa Grob '00, "Mothers and Daughters: Their Social Relationships as Reflected in the Cults of Demeter," co-winner of Harold W. Miller Prize for outstanding honors thesis and winner of Agnes Archer Warren Award; directed by Professor Greta Ham.
- Cary (Champlin) Young '94, graduated as Cary Champlin in 1994 in Political Science and Women's Studies (the first person with this major at Bucknell).
- Sithanda Ntuka '12 WGS and Accounting double major, works as an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York City.
- Carissa Duro '09, works for the American Red Cross in Westchester County, NY as a AmeriCorps*VISTA Youth Services Coordinator.
- Laura Householder '08, Attending William and Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Virginia.
- Alyssa Schneebaum '06, PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
- Abby Gulden-Luthi '05, Admissions Counselor, Bucknell University.
- Shannon Gigliotti '05, Client Services Representative for The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service in Carrboro, NC.
- Rachel Kroger Krauskopf, '03, interior designer in Manhattan and in the process of starting my own company, Rachel Krauskopf Interiors.
- Janaya Marie Harris '01, is pursuing a masters degree in social work at the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign.
- Jacquelyn Sumer '99, pursuing a J.D. and L.L.M. at Duke University; member of Alaska Law Review.
- Ania Jastreboff '99, pursuing a degree from the Medical School at University of Maryland in pediatric oncology.
- Jamie Cistoldi '99, founder of School For All, an educational program that enables women of a Nicaraguan Community to move from sex work to work in the formal economy.
- Ashley Crary '95, Co-Executive Producer for WeTV (Women's Entertainment Television).
- Amanda Swarr '95, Assistant Professor of Women Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle.
- Cary (Champlin) Young '94, received a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship in 1994, with which she earned an MA in Women's Studies at University of York (UK).
- Karan Rinaldo '93, Assistant Director of admissions, School of Visual Arts in New York, after completing an M.A. in art history with a focus on women artists at Hunter College.