What Are They Doing Now

Elizabeth Pfiester

Elizabeth Pfiester graduated with highest distinction from Bradley University in May of 2010 with a degree in International Studies and Spanish. Recently, Elizabeth earned a Master’s degree with Merit from the prestigious London School of Economics in International Development.  While in London, she met her fiancee John.  Elizabeth’s professional accomplishments include research specialist position for the Saudi-US Relations Information Service and as lead coordinator with the nonprofit foundation, The Challenge.

Amanda Burke

A 2010 graduate of Bradley with a Master of Arts in political science from Purdue, Amanda is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in political science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Amanda has presented research papers at professional conferences and several studies to which she contributed were later published in professional journals.

Chris Lynn

After graduating from Bradley in 2010, Chris served as a researcher and intern supervisor at the University of Southern California.  In August 2011 Chris was promoted to the position of Research Director of Project Vote Smart headquartered in Montana.  Next year Chris expects to begin graduate studies in Public Service and Leadership at the University of Illinois Springfield.

Genevieve Dejean

At Bradley Genieve Dejean excelled as women team Division-1 volleyball player and President of Sigma Iota Rho National Honor Society. She completed her Study Abroad in Grenada, Spain and Morocco, and she successfully finished her internship with Congressman Aaron Schock’s Peoria District Office.  Genevieve graduated from Bradley with high honors. Currently, she is employed at St. Charles Trading, Inc. in Batavia, IL.

Alexandra ‘Lexie’ Collier

Alexandra “Lexie” Collier who graduated in 2010 expects to earn a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois in May 2013.  “My degree in Spanish has been especially helpful as I interact with patrons day-to-day’, says Lexie.