Women and Gender Studies Program

Careers with WGS degree

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A DEGREE IN WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES?

Master’s Candidate in Leadership Studies (USM): Danielle Bernier ’10

Community Organizer (Planned Parenthood of Seattle): Cara Bilodeau ’02

Shelter Advocate (Family Crisis Services of Maine): Gina Capra ’05

Abuse Prevention Educator (Family Crisis Services of Maine): Kt Crossman ’08

Doctorate in Communications (University of Texas at Austin) and Assistant Professor
of Communication Studies at Gonzaga University (Spokane University): Carolyn Cunningham ’98

Case Manager (Frannie Peabody Center): Kristin Espey ’05

Coordinator (Maine New Abortion Provider Training Initiative of the Abortion Access Project): Nancy Foss ’87

Doctoral Candidate in Sociology (Northeastern University): Francesca Gilkey ’01

Master’s in Business Administration and Bursar (Philadelphia University): Marina Nolan van Gasser ’01

Case Manager (Maine Department of Health and Human Services): Megan Goudey ’05

Director (York County Shelter Programs Food Services): Martha Huestis ’01

Director (Healthy Maine Partnership): Joanne Joy ’92

Executive Director (PA Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers): Jenna Mehnert ’93

Master’s in Human Sexuality Studies (San Francisco State University): Steffan Morin ’07

Health Care Advocate (Planned Parenthood of Northern New England): Aprill Newman ’06

Master’s in Sociology and Instructor (Bucks County Community College): Max Probst ’01

Performance Artist (“Dirty Dishes Burlesque Revue”): Victoria Randall ’10

Master’s in American and New England Studies and Assistant to the Director (USM Women & Gender Studies): Lauren Webster ’02

…..just to name a few possibilities       

YOU MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE!

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