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Alumni Profiles

Senior Profiles We Are McDaniel Class of 2022

  • Photo of alumna Alyssa Romasco holding her degree from Quinnipiac University.

    Alyssa Romasco ’10

    “It’s never too late to make a change. If you’re going into something now, and that’s what you’re passionate about doing, there’s nothing wrong with following that path, while knowing that it’s okay that it may change later."
  • Photo of alumni Diego Weiner sitting on a couch.

    Diego Weiner ’13

    "I love that McDaniel has some of the top minds in political science. It didn’t really matter to me what the specific class was if, for example, Dr. Boukhars was teaching it, because I knew I was learning from the best."
  • Photo of alumna Alayna Meekins.

    Alayna Meekins ’22

    "I loved that all of my professors knew who I was if they saw me walking by. I got to make some really great connections through all of the people I was able to know."
  • Alum Dominic Byerly posing in a green field.

    Dominic Byerly ’20

    "The nice thing about the McDaniel Commitment is you get to take classes that get you out of your comfort zone. That gave me the freedom to explore what I wanted to do without feeling like I was forced down a certain path."
  • Alum Jason Swartz '18 standing at a marina.

    Jason Swartz ’18

    “It’s not just forestry and green spaces; it’s plants and people and culture. I’m even remembering my first year seminar class with Dr. Linda Semu, which was about race. Over the past year or two, we have been focusing our efforts on equity and environmental justice."
  • Alumni Kevin Webster posing on campus.

    Kevin Webster ’19

    "McDaniel felt like a community to me and it still sticks with me."
  • Alumna Lauren Avery '14 throwing the first pitch at an Orioles game.

    Lauren Avery ’14

    “My focus has been on bringing brands right to consumers in large, fun, impactful, and unapologetic ways."
  • Ginger Bandeen posing in front of a bridge.

    Ginger Bandeen ’00

    "I wanted to bring my social work perspective to the data field and build tools that are driven by the missions of the organizations that I serve."
  • Abbi Wicklein-Bayne in her National Park Ranger uniform.

    Abbi Wicklein-Bayne ’94

    “I think the parks are places where people can go to heal, to have fun, to spend time with their families, or just to get a break from the outside world.”
  • Alumna Caitlin Eversmier '18 in a grassy field.

    Caitlin Eversmier ’18

    “Something that I really took away from McDaniel was that environmental education is so important. And if people don’t know about an environmental issue, how can they care about it?"