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Alexander is working as a software engineer at Square Inc. in New York City. He moved to New York in 2019 after spending a year working in Square's San Francisco office. His original employer, Weebly, was acquired by Square in May 2018.
As of February 2020, Katrina was working as a preservation specialist with the University of Washington Libraries in Seattle. She was to receive the Jan Merrill-Oldham Professional Development Grant.
Sam started a fitness business based on a mobile app that he built and designed. He also prototyped, designed and coordinated the production of an injection-molded product made in China for the business.
Srijan is working as a data scientist at Oracle Data Cloud.
Amelia is working as a software engineer at Facebook in Seattle. She previously worked at Liberty Mutual.
Soutik is working at Apple as a data scientist and helping the streaming media team use data to make more informed decisions. The work impacts billions of Apple users across all its major platforms, such as iOS, tvOS and macOS.
Chengsu is working as a product designer at Facebook.
Corey joined an early stage startup, "Hey Muse," which is creating an out-of-the-ordinary skill for Alexa on Amazon's Echo devices. "Hey Muse" is a social voice chat skill where people can come together around common interests and chat. For example, it could be used while watching live events, like a Seahawks game, and talking with friends or others who are also watching the same event.
Ashley has transitioned from an internship to a staff position at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. She is an Associate Officer of Knowledge & Research services, focusing on open access initiatives and advocacy at the foundation. She is also keeping her Capstone project, FlourishOA.org, alive, which provides scholarly authors comparable data on journals article processing charges, coupled with impact data.
Matthew joined the Burgundy Farm Country Day School, an Independent School located in Alexandria, Virginia, as a technology support and integration specialist. In his role, Matthew is an educator and provides support for elementary and middle school education, including an opportunity to inspire and support hands-on, experimental learning through two new makerspace environments and to work with the tech/library "Bibliotech" team.