Marina Adamany ?18

    Marina Adamany

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: Music and Sociology

    Current Hometown: Naperville, Illinois

    Job: 

    Sales Advisor at Warby Parker

    “The women’s and gender studies classes I took gave me a wider world view. I learned to look at things from other people’s perspectives and not just my own.”

    Steve Frenk ?05

    Steven Frenk

    Class Year: ’05

    Majors: Sociology

    Current Hometown: Rockville, Maryland

    Job: 

    Epidemiologist for the National Center for Health Statistics

    “One of my favorite memories is when I worked for Prof. Thompson on campus during the summer and becoming excited about research and believing I could make a career out of it.”

    Hoyt Harper II ?77

    Hoyt H. Harper II

    Class Year: ’77

    Majors: Sociology and Social Sciences

    Current Hometown: Greenwich, Connecticut

    Job: 

    Global Brand Leader, The Luxury Collection, at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide

    “Carthage prepared me for a lifetime of learning. Who knew my sociology degree would prepare me for a career in marketing and leading loyalty programs.”

    Jenna Leazott ?18

    Jenna Leazott

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: Political Science and Sociology

    Current Hometown: Elmhurst, Illinois

    Job: 

    Short-Term Recruiter for the Young Adults in Global Mission Program for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America

    “I was taught strategies for resilience, both in my academic and personal life, and my passion for service was fostered throughout my time at Carthage in many different expressions.”

    Trustee Alan Mills

    Alan Mills

    Class Year: ’79

    Majors: Sociology

    Current Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana

    Job: 

    Partner, Barnes & Thornburg

    “Never give up. Never let other people define you or your value.”

    Antanasia Yancey ?22

    Antanasia Yancey

    Class Year: ’22, M.Ed. ’24

    Majors: Sociology, Master of Education

    Current Hometown: Racine, Wisconsin

    Job: 

    Special Education Teacher at The Academies of Racine — Mitchell Community School

    “Even though I lived close by, I wanted to get the whole college experience, so I lived on campus for the first two years. I enjoyed waking up to the beautiful lake!”