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2010

'10
Zwart, Baylee

Baylee Zwart ’10 designs 18k-gold fine jewelry that helps benefit ocean-related causes. Partnered with the Sausalito Marine Mammal Center—whose mission is to save and rehabilitate endangered marine mammals—for every purchase made, 10 pounds of food is donated to the Center. Zwart’s collections are presented each season at Paris and New York Fashion Week and are sold at luxury retailers including Matches Fashion, Moda Operandi, Dover Street Market, and through her own website, AzleeJewelry.com. Before starting AZLEE, Zwart led sustainability in product design at TOMS—a shoe company that donates one pair of shoes for every purchase made.

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submitted May. 23, 2017 5:18P

2013

GRD Law '13
Skinner, Tom

Tom Skinner J.D. ’13 works as counsel and assistant in the office of U.S. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren J.D. ’75. Previously, he served as an associate at Ferrari Ottoboni Caputo & Wunderling LLP as well as a graduate student fellow at the Katherine and George Alexander Law Center tax clinic.

submitted May. 9, 2017 1:57P

2015

GRD Law '15
Mora-Castrellon, Christian

Christian Mora-Castrellon J.D. ’15 works in legislation as a congressional staffer for the office of U.S. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren J.D. ’75. As a graduate student, she spent a spring break in Puerto Rico investigating health and environmental concerns left behind by the U.S. Navy. Together with a small group of students for the International Human Rights Clinic, she produced a brief that was heard by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.

submitted May. 9, 2017 1:19P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '15
Franceschini, Katherine

Katie Franceschini ’15 graduated with her Master of Arts in occupational therapy from the University of Southern California (USC ’17). She is returning to the South Bay to pursue a career in pediatric occupational therapy with a strong interest in pediatric mental health. 

submitted May. 15, 2017 5:31P
'15
Cresci, Matt

During his time at SCU, Matt Cresci ’15 balanced being a student and a racecar driver. Less than two years after he graduated, he was awarded a $100,000 Mazda Road to 24 Scholarship, which allowed him to race in the Global MX-5 Cup. Cresci has partnered with Slipstream Performance for the 2017 season.

submitted May. 19, 2017 4:07P

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