Recent nursing graduate Danielle Bowling is now working at the Cardiac Stepdown Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as a nurse technician and will start as a registered nurse in July. But she’s prepared for the pressure after her Berry experiences.
Four years of higher education wasn’t enough for Mahmood Abdellatif, as he plans to attend law school this fall.
“Berry is home to so many supporters who have nominated me for different opportunities, given me endless advice, and helped me find the right direction when I was at a crossroad” Mahmood said.
From designing clothes for Berry’s theatre department, to being a Lettie Pate Whitehead scholar, sophomore Trinity Hutchins is making her mark on Berry.
Over 2,000 miles from her alma mater, 2018 graduate Camille DeBrun is thriving in a fast-paced environment as a lead technical recruiter for Marius Group in Los Angeles. Combining her passion for communication with a boutique tech recruiting agency was the perfect mix for this public relations and Spanish double major.
Senior Jessie Moore is heading to CARE USA this summer before moving into the International Affairs graduate program at Georgia Tech.
But she didn’t always have it figured out.
Anna-Carson Uhelski (Class of 2014) will graduate from the University of Tennessee Health Center College of Medicine at the end of May 2019. She is on her way to achieving her dream job of being an oncologist working with adult cancer patients.