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As of 2021, Andrey was working as a software developer at Amazon Web Services. He was also volunteering as a Python instructor with the Microsoft TEALS Program.
As of 2022, Eric was pursuing a Master of Science in Technology Management at Columbia University in the City of New York. He co-authored a recently published book, "Understanding Collegiate Esports: A Practitioner’s Guide to Developing Community and Competition." He also recently finished his VRTality project with libraries, which can be found at vrtality.org .
As of 2023, Karli was working as the Online Learning Librarian at the University of Montana.
Hannah started working at Rice University’s Fondren Library, the Kelley Center for Government Information, in February 2022. The Kelley Center is home to Rice and Fondren’s Federal Depository Library Program and Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC). She is the Government Information Librarian, and most importantly, the PTRC representative. Hannah is primarily responsible for the main Fondren Instagram account and the Kelley Center social media channels.
As of 2021, Greyson was working as a product manager at VMware, working on the Cloud Commerce team.
Greyson reports: "I'm working across all of VMware's products and services, helping build an end-to-end SaaS and Subscription Commerce Platform."
In 2023, Bri reports that she moved to Sitka and is the first Sustainability Coordinator for the City and Borough of Sitka and the only full-time sustainability professional for a municipality in Alaska. She helps run the city's Sustainability Commission and secured a 12- to 18-month in-depth technical assistance award through the DOEs Energy Transition Initiative Partnership Project (ETIPP) to develop a Community Renewable Energy Strategy. It is a largely community-led project to help co-develop Sitka's energy future.
George completed a master's degree at Cornell University in May 2023 and returned to Washington to work as a full-time UI/UX Designer at Xemelgo.
As of March 2022, Padma was working as a Data Scientist at T-Mobile and pursuing a master’s degree in Data Science from the University of Colorado Boulder.
After graduating from the Informatics program, Locksley TA'd for INFO 200 for one more quarter. Then she joined Accenture as a Software Architect Analyst. She's starting the online MSIM program this fall with her two siblings, who are also Informatics alumni. Her twin sister is working at Avanade and her brother at Amazon.
As of 2021, Seth was an archivist/Indigenous studies outreach coordinator for Documentary Educational Resources based in Watertown, Massachusetts. They have a large repository of films made by ethnographers and anthropologists documenting various aspects of Indigenous life around the globe. He was hired to revamp their catalog to make it more accessible and also to do outreach to Indigenous communities documented in the film for efforts of digital repatriation. Since it is a new position, Seth has the advantage of creating a workflow for the position and establishing standard practices.