Click on a name below to find out how studying Russian language and culture guided our alumni’s paths after Williams. These graduates of the Russian program at Williams share stories about the ways in which studying Russian has helped their personal development and created opportunities for a wide range of occupations.

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Name Year of graduation Field of current or former occupation (if retired)
Andersen, Elizabeth 1987 NGO
Calson, Stephanie 1990 Social Work
Djagalov, Rossen 2002 Academia
Earle, Jonathan 2009 Media
Ferro, Dominic 1985 Medicine
Gallagher, Michael 2006 Other
Hanchett, Samuel 1977 Other
Hokanson, Katya 1984 Academia
Hoogenboom, Hilde 1981 Academia
Katz, Michael 1966 Academia
Kellison, Elizabeth 1987 NGO
Koppenheffer, Michael 1993 Consulting
Kornblatt, Judith 1977 Academia
Meyer, Renee 1975 Government
Monroe, Scott 1990 Government
Moreton, Bethany 1992 Academia
Murname, Leigh Katherine 2004 Other
Nikula, Tim 1994 Academia
Northrop, Douglas 1989 Academia
Ogilvie, Peter 1970 Other
Peris, Daniel 1986 Finance
Ragucci, Maria 1978 Other
Rask, Kolleen 1982 Academia
Smith, Gregory 1979 Finance
Spindel, Abigail 2002 Media
Thorn, William 1972 Government
Williamson, Abigail 1998 Academia
Wood, Donald 2000 Other