BA in Integrative Studies

Abby Butler-Cefalo

Abby Butler-Cefalo, 2020

BA, Integrative Studies, 2020

Honors student with a concentration in Social Justice & Human Rights was central in planning, developing, and launching the Honors College Advisory Board.

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Carolyn Schorr

Carolyn Schorr, 2014

Putting social justice into action

Carolyn Schorr manages the nation's largest fellowship program for lawyers committed to issues of social justice.

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Christine Gonzales

Christine Gonzales, 2013

Working in the interest of all students

Christine Gonzales works at the National Association of Education, where she helps in efforts to advocate for students and social justice.

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James D. Williams II

James D. Williams II, 2013

Connecting young people to opportunity and employers

James Williams II works at a national non-profit, where he helps urban young adults find new opportunities in careers and higher education. The aim is to close America's opportunity divide.

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Jerry Holy

Jerry Holy, 2010

Helping to unify students through sports

A former Special Olympics athlete himself, Jerry Holy now works in Washington, D.C. at the international headquarters of the Special Olympics, where he serves as the coordinator of Project UNIFY.

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Haywood Watkins III

Haywood Watkins III, 2010

Gaining and offering insight through a prestigious marketing fellowship

Haywood Watkins III has covered the globe--living in New York City, Melbourne, and London--for his work in a highly coveted fellowship position with the world's largest advertising company.

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Mandi Fischer

Mandi Fischer, 2008

Providing education and outreach to young children and their families

To many people demonstrates the lasting versatility of her NCC studies. With a concentration in family studies, and a minor in social work, Fisher is now the program supervisor for Northern Virginia Family Service’s Healthy Families Prince William program.

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Matthew Bruno

Matthew Bruno, 2005

Educating on many levels

Matthew Bruno promotes LGBTQ education and advocacy at American University, where he serves as Coordinator of LGBTQ Programming in the university's Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

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Leonardo Pareja

Leonardo Pareja, 2004

New Century College’s 2014 distinguished alumnus

A budding entrepreneur, Pareja earned his real estate license at the age of 18, and an NCC internship helped him to earn his real estate broker license upon graduation. Today, he leads a successful real estate team and is nationally recognized as an industry expert and is often featured at conferences across the country.

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