Click on a name below to find out how studying Arabic language and culture guided our alumni’s paths after Williams. These graduates of the Arabic program at Williams share stories about the ways in which studying Arabic has helped their personal development and created opportunities for a wide range of occupations.
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|Name||Year of graduation||Field of current or former occupation (if retired)|
|Adam Baron||2010||Writer and Political Analyst|
|Abigale Belcrest||2016||Fulbright Researcher|
|Chloe Brown||2010||Master in Public Affairs Student|
|Sarah Lynn Freymiller||2013||Non-profit Manager|
|Faisal Khan||2011||Independent consultant, ConsenSys|
|Erica Lansberg||2014||Masters’ Candidate at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich Germany|
|Henry Montalbano||2010||MBA Candidate, University of Washington Foster School of Management, Seattle, WA|
|Lauren Moseley||2016||Non Profit Organization|
|Michael Pizzi||2012||Graduate Law student and Journalist|
|Rachel Schine||2013||PhD Student at the University of Chicago|
|Khan Shairani||2015||PhD Candidate – Harvard Divinity School|