Alumni, Please stay connected with the Program on Justice and Peace through our Facebook page. Send an email to email@example.com with your personal and professional update, send us a photo, or volunteer to speak on a Justice and Peace career panel or be featured on our website in an Alumni Spotlight. We'd love to hear from you!
The banner above is composed of photographs taken by Sarah Gormley, graduate of the Class of 2011 and Justice and Peace minor. It represents her academic study and community work in Peru, Morroco, and Turkey. You can see more of Sarah's photography work and find her contact information on her website, www.sarahgormleyphotography.com.
Thomas Scharff graduated from the Georgetown College in May 2012 with a JUPS minor and a Goverment major. After graduating, Thomas served for two years as a volunteer in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps International program in Tacna, Peru from 2012-2014. He currently works at the University Antonia Ruiz de Montoya, the one Jesuit university in Peru, as a coordinator and teacher at the English center.
Gianna Maita graduated from Georgetown University in May 2014 with a Justice and Peace Studies major. Before pursuing her masters in Justice & Transformation at the University of Cape Town this January, Gianna is working as the interim Program Assistant of Immersion Programs at Georgetown’s Center for Social Justice (CSJ).
Margaux Nielsen graduated from Georgetown University in December 2014 with a Justice and Peace Studies major and a Theology minor. She is from San Jose, California. She was interviewed in February 2015 about her experiences as a recent JUPS graduate.
Maggie Ferrato graduated from Georgetown University in May 2014 with a History major and double minor in Justice and Peace Studies major and a Environmental Studies. She is from Barrington, Rhode Island. She was interviewed in April 2015 about her experiences as a recent JUPS graduate.
On Tuesday, November 13, 2012, several Georgetown alumni of the Program on Justice and Peace as well as friends of the Program returned to campus to offer their experiences, stories and pearls of wisdom on post-graduate life to the 20 current Justice and Peace seniors.