Class of 2022: Gennie Hendrick
Gennie Hendrick (B.S.Ed. ’12, M.S. ’22) shifted from a 13-year career in the Lanette L. Suttles Child Development Center to earning a master’s in communication sciences and disorders this spring.
Jackie Williams (B.S.W. ’22) is graduating at the top of her class as a scholar in Georgia’s Title IV-E Public Child Welfare Education Program.
LaDerrius Williams (B.I.S. ’22) is completing a journey he started 10 years ago, determined to become a leader in social change.
Erica Mondragon (B.S.W. ’22) was a caregiver at an early age, her journey helping her realize she wanted to help more people as a social worker.
Valeria Metzgen (B.S. ’22) has started packing for her internship in Washington, D.C., where she’ll work in a congressional office and participate in professional and leadership development training.
Yanet Berakhi’s passion for supporting all cultures followed her through college, where she was active in both the Latina and Caribbean organizations on Georgia State’s campus as a first-year student before joining the Model UN as a sophomore.
Instead of catching up on sleep and the latest Netflix shows during spring break, Anja Minninger (J.D. ’24) worked with advocates to assist survivors of domestic violence…
After stints in the armies of South Korea and the United States, Taegue Park plans to work with those in need of a second chance.
Its No. 20 ranking places the AYS in the top seven percent of public affairs programs among its peers.
John List, the Kenneth C. Griffin Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago and a best-selling author, will present the 2022 Economics Distinguished Public Lecture on “The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas Scale,” at the Student Center East Auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 1 p.m.