Skip to content THE SOURCE Close TopicsTopics Arts & Culture Business & Entrepreneurship Campus & Community Humanities & Society Medicine & Health Science & Technology SchoolsSchools Arts & Sciences Brown School McKelvey School of Engineering Olin Business School Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts School of Continuing & Professional Studies School of Law School of Medicine PublicationsPublications Newsroom The Record Washington Magazine Search Menu Search for: Search Close Washington Magazine Sections Alumni Activities Alumni Profiles Big Idea Class Notes Coursework Featured Books Features First Person From the Chancellor In Memoriam My Washington Online Exclusives On Topic Point of View Browse Past Issues Class Notes Filter by class decade: Select a decade 190-199 1940-1949 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-1999 200-209 2000-2009 2010-2019 2020-2029 Filter by class year: Select a year Clear Selection Submit a class note We’re still working on adding more Class Notes to this page. Class of 2023 Maya Yildirim Maya Yildirim, AR23, is pursuing a master’s degree in architecture at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.  Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2023 Cathy Wiesinger Cathy Wiesinger, LA23, was hired as digital media director for U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat of New York’s 13th congressional district. Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2023 Minju Lee Minju Lee, EN23, SI23, was named to the 2023 “Inno Under 25” list (Inno is a spinoff publication of St. Louis Business Journal). Lee is the founder of Mozi, a startup focused on creating an app to bring people together for events and hangouts. He also recently started as a management consulting analyst with World Wide Technology and has served as chief financial officer for student medical technology incubator program Sling Health. Published in April 2024 issue Alexandra Fenton Alexandra Fenton, SW23, won the national competition “Realest Person on Earth” sponsored by the BeReal photo sharing app — just one week before earning a master’s degree from the Brown School. The contest called for users to post a photo of themselves during their “wildest, rawest, most embarassing, unhinged” moments. Among more than two million submissions worldwide, Fenton made it to the top 50 as a finalist and was ultimately voted winner. Her moment: a visit to a gynecologist. Following graduation, she relocated to her hometown of Des Moines, Iowa, to be closer to family and friends. Published in issue Class of 2023 Benjamin Adam Bookstaver Benjamin Adam Bookstaver, LA23, is working as a freelancer with HOF Sports LLC, a name image and likeness sports agency. Additionally, Bookstaver, who previously worked in health care and telehealth at GoodRx, was investigating the effects of psychedelics and ketamine on abstract cognitive architecture and presented his findings to the New Center for Psychoanalysis on cognitive transdimensionality in October 2023. Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2022 Kasey Nelson Kasey Nelson, EN22, is building an app and looking to adopt a pet after he finishes traveling to Europe and New York. Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2022 Yuhan Li Yuhan Li, GB22, completed her first year of work as a website analyst. Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2019 Libby Jubas Libby Jubas, LA19, married Nathan Katz in September 2022. She graduated from Case Western School of Medicine with a master’s degree in anesthesiology and currently works as an anesthetist assistant at Ahuja Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2019 Anirudh Gururaj Anirudh Gururaj, LA19, was traveling in Seoul, South Korea, and happened to stay at a unique Buddhist temple/hostel called JustBe Temple that was founded by two WashU alums and Buddhist monks. JustBe Temple’s CEO is also a WashU alum, Ji-Woong Yoon, FA07. Published in April 2024 issue Class of 2017 Amanda Palucki Amanda Palucki, LA17, was chosen by the Knowles Teacher Initiative as a member of its 2023 Cohort of Teaching Fellows. The Knowles Teaching Fellows Program is an intensive five-year program for early career high school mathematics and science teachers who are collaborative, innovative leaders working toward improving education. Palucki, who is in her second year at Herbert Hoover High School in San Diego, teaches biology, chemistry and physics. Published in April 2024 issue View more class notes Posts navigation View more class notes Publications Washington Magazine Newsroom Record Explore Bookshelf Video Gallery Connect Media Resources Contact Facebook Instagram ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis Go back to top

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