Megan Maurer ?19

    Megan Maurer

    Class Year: ’19

    Majors: Public Relations and Communication

    Current Hometown: New York City, New York


    Senior eCommerce Marketing Specialist at Reprise Digital

    “The coursework provided in the Communication and Digital Media Department gave me the opportunity to learn more about how we can connect with various audiences and the importance of brand integrity.”

    Craig Morelli ?15

    Craig Morelli

    Class Year: ’15

    Majors: Communications and Digital Media


    Industry Relations Representative for the Federal Reserve System of the United States

    “Liberal arts programs give such a wide range of experiences that it’s easy to tailor your abilities to any number of jobs. Carthage gave me the skills to adapt and work under pressure while still doing high-quality work.”

    Paige Preusse ?11

    Paige Preusse

    Class Year: ’11

    Majors: Communication and Public Relations

    Current Hometown: Chicago, Illinois


    Head of Communications for Prepared Foods at Tyson Foods

    “At Carthage, you’re not just a number. The smaller class sizes and personal dedication from professors guaranteed that I was getting the most out of my liberal arts education.”

    Serena Sessoms ?13

    Serena Sessoms

    Class Year: ’13

    Majors: Graphic Design, Communication, Public Relations

    Current Hometown: Gurnee, Illinois


    Account Manager at GFX International

    “Carthage makes you think outside of your field and see things from different perspectives. You are not isolated in your specific fields all four years of school. This allows you to broaden your background knowledge, and gives you an upper hand in the corporate world.”

    Matt Thome

    Matt Thome

    Class Year: ’17

    Majors: Public Relations, Sports Marketing & Communication

    Current Hometown: Dallas, Texas


    Sr. CX Strategy Consultant for Southwest Airlines

    “Take advantage of every opportunity that is presented to you. It’s the best way to help shape your path for how you want to live your life both professionally and personally.”

    Marissa Weiler ?14

    Marissa Weiler

    Class Year: ’14

    Majors: Public Relations

    Current Hometown: Kyle, Texas


    Behavior Analyst (BCBA and LBA) at Behavioral Innovations

    “My Carthage experience helped me see that I am not limited to what I can do to make an impact if it is something I am really passionate about. I just can’t be afraid to try and fail to figure out what that is.”