Our Gender/Cultural Studies Alumnae/i

April 07, 2017

Check out what you can do with an MA in Gender/Cultural Studies.

Our alumnae/i go on to further studies in doctoral programs and law school, and also pursue rewarding careers in a variety of fields including education, non-profits, health care, and social work.

Shayne Zaslow

Shayne Zaslow ‘11GS: The GCS Program Is Very Unique

Find out how Shayne's MA in Gender/Cultural studies prepared him for his PhD program in Sociology at University of Virginia!

Ally Day

Ally Day '09GS: GCS Will Always Be My Intellectual Home

Learn about Ally's work as an Assistant Professor in the Disability Studies Program at University of Toledo.

Sarah Shives

Sarah Shives '13GS Applies Gender Theory at Work

Sarah filled us in on her job as the Assistant Dean of Students at the University of Puget Sound!
Brenna Doyle

Brenna Doyle '16GS Works at NARAL Pro-Choice

Brenna talks about her role as the as the Operations Coordinator for NARAL Pro-Choice in Connecticut.

Naisha Bradley

Naisha Bradley '06 Director Of Harvard College Women's Center

Naisha's studies allowed her to pursue her passion for women's equity and ultimately led to a career change.


Amy Stewart ‘13GS on Being a PhD Candidate in Philosophy

Amy embraced opportunities to work closely with faculty while pursuing scholarship at the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality.

Rama Srinivasan

Rama Srinivasan ’10GS Pursued Interests in Gender, Sexuality and Law

Rama reflects on how reading and engaging with critical theory in GCS helped her to navigate her PhD in Anthropology.

Brenda Sanya '11GS Researches Citizenship, Immigration, and Education

Having completed a PhD in Global Studies in Education, Brenda credits GCS with her understanding of interdisciplinary scholarship.