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    Kathrina Martin
    B.S. in English, Speech, Theatre, Education, 1993
    Broadcast Journalism Instructor, Magnolia ISD , Magnolia, TX
    I teach broadcast and film to high school students. We produce daily announcements, a bi-monthly magazine show, short films, an annual music video awards show and also compete nationally. I love every bit of it! I was named the Region 6 Teacher of the Year 2010 -- one of the top 20 secondary teachers in Texas.
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    Megan Eckman
    BA in English - Creative Writing & BA in Art - Emphasis Drawing, 2009
    Freelance Illustrator & Writer, Studio MME, San Jose, CA
    As a freelance illustrator, I illustrate for national and international magazines as well as show my work in local galleries. Through my writing gigs, I share marketing tips and tricks with small business owners who are starting up their own creative empire.
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    Timothy Purdon
    B.A. in English, 1991
    United States Attorney, District of North Dakota, United State Department of Justice, North Dakota United States Attorney's Office, Fargo and Bismarck, ND
    The United States Attorney is the chief federal law enforcement official for the state of North Dakota. Our office is responsible for prosecuting all federal crimes that occur in North Dakota and representing the United States in all civil litigation in the state as well. We have a staff of 17 attorneys and 27 support personnel. In my time as U. S Attorney, we have placed special emphasis on the issues of increasing public safety in tribal communities in North Dakota and on national security and drug trafficking associated with North Dakota’s international border with Canada.
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    Natassja Gunasena
    B.A. in Women's and Gender Studies and English, 2011
    Diversity Admissions Counselor, MSUM, Moorhead, MN
    My job is recruiting students from underrepresented communities to attend MSUM. This involves building relationships with high schools in Minnesota and North Dakota that serve a large number of students of color, and guiding students through the college admissions process. As a first generation, international college graduate myself, I'm passionate about equitable access to higher education for under-served populations.