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Andrew Volk
Occupation: Business

After more than 10 years of bartending, Volk opened his own cocktail bar, Hunt & Alpine Club, in Portland, Maine. The bar specializes in craft cocktails. Read more »

Alana McGee
Occupation: Food

McGee, owner of Toil & Truffle in Seattle, professionally trains dogs to hunt down truffles throughout the United States and Europe. Read more »

Steve Whelpley
Occupation: Athletics

Steve Whelpley spent eight years working to become one of the best rowers in the world, an effort that culminated in August 2013 at the world championships in Chungju, South Korea, where he placed 13th in the men’s heavyweight single category. Read more »

Hande Barutcuoglu
Major: Biology

From her home in Istanbul, her dream of becoming a veterinarian took her to Colby and then on to Newfoundland. Read more »

Adelin Cai
Occupation: Technology

"A happy accident." That's what this Singapore native calls her opportunity to work for Google. Read more »

Charles Data
Occupation: Finance, Nonprofit

The former refugee returned home to take part in the rise of South Sudan. Read more »

Elizabeth Turnbull

Could you live in 144 square feet? This environmental studies major can. Read more »

Bianca Belcher
Occupation: Medical + Health

This international studies major and All-NESCAC basketball player jumped from the field of orthotics and prosthetics to public health and a career as a physicians assistant. Read more »

Carolyn Lindley
Occupation: Environment
Major: Geology

An oceanographer who grew up on New York City’s West Side and played in the American Museum of Natural History’s whale room as a kid, Lindley works with water-level data, overseeing a team that maps tides for the National Ocean Service. Read more »

Lindsey Williams

A policy advisor who specializes in coastal management and coastal science, Williams guides the National Ocean Service's leadership pertaining to legislative affairs. The day she was interviewed she was putting together a briefing for new members of Congress to acquaint them with the agency’s goals and priorities. Read more »