Alumni & Careers

Our Alumni and Meaningful Outcomes

Our alumni make a real difference in the world.  They go on to study at some of the finest graduate schools in the nation.  They are leaders, researchers, and advocates in their professional roles.  From education, government, non-profit leadership, and youth advocacy, Civic Innovation alumni go on to make significant contributions in their communities.  

Alumni Spotlight:

  • Kara Stewart, ’20 - Administrative Assistant, Ely Law Group, Abingdon, VA
  • Emaly Allison, ’19 - Heritage Interpreter, Forest Preserve District of DuPage County at Kline Creek Farm, West Chicago, IL
  • Casey Caudill, ’18 - Northeast Regional Coordinator, Mental Health Association of East Tennessee, Mount Carmel, TN 
  • Rachel Haines, ’18 - Master of Divinity (Class of ’22) at Candler School of Theology + intern with General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the UMC, Atlanta, GA
  • Julie Meadows, ’17 - Payroll Specialist at American Dream Tax Firm, Milwaukee, WI
  • Max Palmer, ’17 - Wildland Firefighter, La Grande Interagency Hotshot Crew, La Grande, OR + Masters Student, Disaster Resilience Leadership, Tulane University’s School of Social Work
  • Nathan Fishell, ’16, Account Executive, E.W. Scripps, Richmond, VA 
  • Carter Bauman, ’15 - Public Relations Specialist, Southwest Virginia 4-H Center, Abingdon, VA
  • Jason Hill, ’14 - Public Health Administration and Policy Program Coordinator, University of Minnesota, School of Public Health, Graduate Student - Executive Public Health Administration & Policy Program, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
  • Hannah Rhodes, ’12 - Interim Director of Communications, National Cathedral School, Washington, DC
  • Christian Miller, ’06 - Teacher, Pulaski County Governor’s STEM Academy, Pulaski, VA
  • Beau Blevins, ’05 - Chief of Government Consulting, Virginia Local Government Finance Corporation, Richmond, VA
  • Ashley Anderson, ’05 - Regional Admissions Representative, University of Alabama
  • Justin Oliverio, ’04 - Attorney, Atlanta, GA
  • Benita Cunningham, ’01 - Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Fort Jackson, SC