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Litthideth is working as a Defensive Cyberspace Operation - Internal Defensive Measure (DCO-IDM) company as the Executive Officer. The company deals with cyber-threat hunting. Litthideth helps contribute by managing talent, teaching Object Orient Programming (Python and Java) and fundamentals of software development, and planning for the company's future.
Adam is a security, cloud and infrastructure consultant in Seattle, primarily working with clients to transform their data centers by moving and migrating to the cloud.
Kunal Arun Seth
Kunal is working as a data insights manager at Adobe in Seattle, and is able to connect a passion for data with a love for photography. Kunal leads data analytics for Adobe Lightroom.
Shuyi is working as a software engineer in Seattle.
Fan is working as a software engineer at Nordstrom.
Dianne is working as a teacher librarian, K-12, at the Jefferson County Open School in Lakewood, Colorado.
Frank had an article on ontology in transmedia fiction published in JASIST, along with fellow MLIS graduates Jolene Kennah, Theresa Aries, and Rebekah Phillips. Frank and Rebekah have been asked to write the chapter on ontology for the Routledge guide to transmedia studies.
Geoff has been promoted from library Specialist to full librarian status. He is working as Information Services Librarian/El Centro Library Coordinator/Instructor at a small branch library for North Eastern Illinois University in a historically Latinx neighborhood in Chicago. He supervises and manages graduate assistants, collects for a popular reading collection, serves as a subject specialist liaison for Geography and Environmental Studies and the university's Social Work program. He also collects for those programs as well as Environmental Studies and Computer Sciences. In addition, he is social media coordinator and teaches about 60 library instruction sessions a year.
As of July 2016, Luis was working as a project manager at Adobe Systems Inc.
Rachel is now an assistant professor at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University.