After Guilford

Mandy Satterfield ’12, graduate with a major in accounting, is working as an accounts payroll manager at H.M. Kern.

Lucas Prillaman '16, graduate with a major in accounting and a minor in economics, has been admitted to the Master of Science in Accountancy program at Wake Forest University School of Business.

Jason Brent ’10, graduate with a double-major in mathematics and economics, will be pursuing his Ph.D. at UNC-Chapel Hill, where he received a scholarship and a living stipend.

Kaitlin Shimansky ’09, graduate with a major in economics and a minor in political science, has been admitted to and offered scholarships from law schools at Tulane University and Elon University.

Sara Waitsman ’11, graduate with a double-major in health sciences and psychology, was admitted into a graduate program in physical therapy at Duke University. 

Emily Ferris '10, graduate with a double-major in health sciences and French and a minor in English-writing, earned a teaching fellowship sponsored by the French Ministry of Education in Besançon, France. The program works to improve English-language education in France and to encourage the French/American cultural exchanges. Emily also published a poem "Saturday, November 3rd" in Prick of the Spindle, Vol. 3.2. She also published a poem “Philadelphia Calls Seattle and Forgets to Listen” in Paradigm’s Mitchell Issue.

Hans Meyer ’99, graduate is the founder and artistic director of the immediate theatre project in Asheville, N.C. After earning his theatre studies degree from Guilford College, he spent time in his hometown of Atlanta, taking on the roles of Hamlet and Romeo and directing The Merchant of Venice with Theatre Noble. Hans has worked with New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, New York’s Metropolitan Youth Theatre, and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago at Prop Theatre. He is currently developing Common People, a new rock musical based on Britpop band Pulp’s landmark, Mercury Award-winning album Different Class.

Burke Brown ’00, graduate who is a professional lighting designer. After graduating from Guilford College he received an MFA in design from the Yale School of Drama. His recent designs include: The Brothers Size (NYSF-Public Theater, NYC; The Studio Theatre, DC; The Abbey Theater, Dublin); Going Down Swingin’ (NY Musical Theater Festival), The Marriage of Fiagro (University of Maine), The Song for New York: What Women Do While Men Sit Knitting (Mabou Mines, Associate Designer); Lulu (Yale Rep); The Flight of Icarus (Soho Think Tank); Richard III, In the Red & Brown Water by Tarell Alvin McCraney, Layla & Majnun, The Real Thing, MSN Dream (Yale School of Drama).