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One of a handful of women who are changing the face of football, Lewin got her start as a student assistant for Monmouth’s Division I football program. Since then, she has continued to break barriers and was recently hired by Princeton University as an offensive quality control coach.
The noted blues and rock historian won a 2020 Grammy for Best Historical Album for his work on Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection. The founding executive director of the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY Museum, Santelli credits Monmouth with opening the door to endless opportunities.
Founder of Fakespot.com, Khalifah was named to Forbes list of 30 Under 30 in Retail and Ecommerce. He developed a site that uses artificial intelligence to analyze millions of reviews and detect signs that reviews or reviewers might be biased or unreliable.
Our alumni change the landscape of local health care and pave the way for Monmouth students to earn leadership roles in an increasingly complex landscape of medical advances, regulatory changes, and a greater reliance on technology. One couple, and Janice Marchetti ‘85, are among the pioneering group behind the Jersey Shore Medical Center, and have helped open doors to more opportunities that address the many health care challenges facing our nation.
From landing positions with the Federal Trade Commission and Comcast-NBCUniversal, to furthering their education at renowned institutions like Tufts University and King’s College London, our 2019 grads share how Monmouth helped them get there.
A stage manager for Good Morning America, Hennessy credits Monmouth’s communications program—and the internships that he landed—with getting him where he is today. Go behind the scenes to learn more about his successful career in television.
Currently pursuing his Ph.D. on the West Coast, Pete Chace ’15 got his start in scientific research through Monmouth’s School of Science Summer Research Program. His project highlights as an undergraduate include long-term plankton studies in Barnegat Bay, researching in Seattle for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Earth-Oceans Interactions Group, and a presentation in Spain on coral reefs.