Anna Applebaum (Class 9) has been accepted to the New York University School of Law. Applebaum is a McLarty Scholar and was a Hillary Rodham Clinton fellow at the Georgetown Institute For Women Peace and Security.
Ashley Bachelder (Class 6) will enter the Ph.D. program in Community Research and Action at Vanderbilt University this fall.
Fernando Cutz (Class 6) has been named Acting Deputy Chief of Staff for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Cutz joined USAID in 2012 and spent all of 2017 and part of 2018 working with the National Security Council at the White House.
Mahmoud Mahmoud (Class 5) is running as an Independent in New Jersey’s 8th Congressional District’s November election.
Rina Meutia (Class 2) accepted a new position as a Disaster Risk Management Specialist with the World Bank in Washington D.C. Meutia is working on projects in the South Asia Region.
Josh Stokes (Class 4), a Special Agent with the U.S. State Department-Diplomatic Security Service, will become an Assistant Regional Security Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, in August.
Sylvia Tran (Class 9) has accepted a new position as Unit Director with the Boys and Girls Club in Bentonville, Ark.
Kristen Alexander (Class 11) and Ben Pope celebrated the birth of their daughter, Zinnia Alexander Pope.
John Delurey (Class 8) married Megan Odenthal on June 8 in Stuart, Fla.
James Mitchell (Class 3), who works as a Program Associate at Winrock International, married Molly Fincher on June 23 in Searcy, Ark.
Rebecca Morrison (Class 5) and Ben Kaufman (Class 5) first met at the Clinton School. The two are now married, living in northwest Arkansas, and new parents of twins, Louise Tydings and Elizabeth Brennan.
Nathan Watson (Class 10) married Anna Clark on June 9 on Packard Point Ranch outside of Fort Smith, Ark.