Bill Crowley

    Bill Crowley

    Class Year: ’08

    Majors: Political Science

    Current Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.

    Job: 

    Mortgage Loan Document Analyst for Chase Bank

    “I got a lot out of Carthage. Life-wise, I learned how to live independently.”

    Christine Gabron

    Christine Gabron

    Class Year: ’94

    Majors: Political Science

    Current Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.

    Job: 

    Associate Attorney at Moertl, Wilkins & Campbell, S.C.

    “I started my legal career as a prosecutor ‘seeking the truth,’ and I continue to do so. As a breast cancer survivor, I ‘build strength’ mentally while making sure I am physically active and strong. I serve my community and ‘inspire service’ in many volunteer capacities, and have an active role in my church. In each of these, I am not an island, but work with others so I may learn from them and they can also learn from my example which I learned at Carthage.”

    Braden Kundert ?21

    Braden Kundert

    Class Year: ’21

    Majors: Political Science and History

    Current Hometown: Madison, Wisconsin

    Job: 

    Law Student at the University of Wisconsin Law School and Legal Extern-Criminal Appeals Unit at the Wisconsin Department of Justice

    “Being challenged by my professors helped me improve my reading, writing, and research skills, which have been critical to me in law school. The ability to write clearly and succinctly about complex issues is a skill I use every day.”

    Jenna Leazott ?18

    Jenna Leazott

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: Political Science and Sociology

    Current Hometown: Elmhurst, Illinois

    Job: 

    Short-Term Recruiter for the Young Adults in Global Mission Program for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America

    “I have always been someone who questions what I’ve grown up being taught, and Carthage was a great way to explore that. I got to have my worldview turned upside-down and was given the resources and ability to explore my own passions, to dig deeper to uncover truths about things I had accepted as fact for my whole life. I was taught strategies for resilience, both in my academic and personal life, and my passion for service was fostered throughout my time at Carthage in many different expressions.”

    Owen Myers ?18

    Owen Myers

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: Political Science, International Political Economy

    Current Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.

    Job: 

    Polaris District Executive at Boy Scouts of America

    “Carthage’s mission is a roadmap for something that we all desire—a better world. By seeking truth, we always strive to understand those around us, learning that we have more that unites than divides us. By building strength, we identify what we do right to further perfect it. By inspiring service, we take concrete steps to improve society’s condition. By doing all of this together, we demonstrate ethical leadership and multiply the good that would otherwise be done.”

    Marie Sarantakis

    Marie Sarantakis

    Class Year: ’12

    Majors: Political Science, Philosophy

    Current Hometown: Chicago, IL

    Job: 

    Founding Attorney

    “Carthage provided me with a strong foundation to not only think outside of the box but to communicate my ideas to others.”