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Access2Alumni connects professionally successful alumni with undergraduate students, providing them with an opportunity to imagine the many exciting and important things they can do with their arts and humanities degree. In a fun, engaging setting, students learn about career and professional development directly from alumni who once were in their shoes.


Tuesday, April 14, 2015

4:00 PM

Orem Hall, Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center


Private Dean's Reception for Alumni Participants

3:00 PM

Maryland Club, Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center



A Special Keynote Speaker will be featured as well as alumni leading roundtable discussions about the following field topics:

  • Art/Design
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Law
  • Law & Government
  • Government
  • Non-Profit/Association Management
  • Executive Leadership
  • Literature & Editing
  • Arts & Culture Management
  • Education Administration
  • Journalism, Media & Entertainment
  • Public Relations/Communication
  • Marketing/Sales

Participating ARHU Alumni (a sample):

  • Carlos Acosta, Inspector General, Prince George’s County Police
  • Aldo Bello, Founder/President, Mind and Media
  • James Flounlacker, Senior Vice President, ReGen Biologics
  • Anna Gavin, President, Fireline Corporation
  • John Kelly, Columnist, The Washington Post
  • Marissa Levin, CEO, Information Experts
  • Keith Mayo, Senior Vice President, Wealth Management, Merrill Lynch
  • Virginia McCord Mecklenburg, Chief Curator, Smithsonian American Art Museum
  • John Prevar, Director, U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Kate Slaugh, Congressional Relations, National Archives

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Presented by the Arts and Humanities Alumni Association Chapter Board
With support from the College of Arts and Humanities

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