and Talk with Smith Alumnae
January 17, at 7 p.m. in Scales Living Room, the will host a tea and discussion with three
recent alumnae who will talk about how their lives have taken
shape in the few years since graduating from Smith. While
they each appear to have found their place in the work world,
there is much to tell about how they got where they are,
and speculation about where they will go from here.
which is part of the workshop “Eat, Write,
Talk: A Gateway for Juniors and Seniors,” will be moderated by Jennifer Walters,
Dean of Religious Life. Tea, coffee and desserts will be served.
Emily Taylor ’08, a government major at Smith and a member of the crew team,
was president of the Student Government Association her senior year. After graduating,
she spent a year working as a whitewater rafting guide and ski patroller in the
Adirondacks. She returned to Smith last summer to take a position in the development
office as program coordinator for international advancement.
Tanya Nesbitt ’05,
a government and sociology major, was chair of the Academic
Honor Board and was a member and then captain of the track
and field team. She was named Junior and Senior Athlete of
the Year and still
holds two school records in the 400-meter dash. She is now
a commercial litigator in Washington, D.C., representing
media companies seeking antitrust counsel.
Ghosh ’08, a psychology and art major, moved to New York City right after graduating
and began work at the advertising agency Ogilvy and Mather in an associates program
that allowed her to rotate through four departments with the agency. She ultimately
was placed in production, where she is involved with planning and coordinating
shoots, managing client expectations and supervising post production and delivery
of final products to clients.