Braden Kundert ?21

    Braden Kundert

    Class Year: ’21

    Majors: Political Science and History

    Current Hometown: Madison, Wisconsin


    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.”

    Christine Gabron

    Christine Gabron

    Class Year: ’94

    Majors: Political Science

    Current Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.


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

    “Carthage taught me to think about all situations from multiple perspectives. I also learned how to be an effective communicator, whether that is in front of a jury or with one client in an office.”

    Trustee Alan Mills

    Alan Mills

    Class Year: ’79

    Majors: Sociology

    Current Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana


    Partner, Barnes & Thornburg

    “Never give up. Never let other people define you or your value.”

    Anthony Nudo ?14

    Anthony Nudo

    Class Year: ’14

    Majors: Criminal Justice

    Current Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin


    Partner at Guttormsen, Terry & Nudo, LLC.

    “I enjoy being met with a new challenge each day. Each day is different in the field of law.”

    Matthew Richer ?14

    Matthew Richer

    Class Year: ’14

    Majors: History

    Current Hometown: Kenosha, Wis.



    “I’ve enjoyed opportunity to help others on their worst days.”

    Marie Sarantakis

    Marie Sarantakis

    Class Year: ’12

    Majors: Political Science, Philosophy

    Current Hometown: Chicago, IL


    Founding Attorney

    “Being a family law attorney is incredibly rewarding. I am able to connect with my clients during one of the most tumultuous times in their life and help them navigate the challenges.”

    Christopher Steenrod ?09

    Christopher Steenrod

    Class Year: ’09

    Majors: Psychology

    Current Hometown: Kenosha, WI


    Deputy District Attorney for Racine County

    “Achieving justice and positive outcomes for crime victims is the most rewarding part of my career. The liberal arts education Carthage provided has been instrumental when attacking complex legal issues that arise in cases. I am able to apply the facts of each particular case to various sources of case law and statutory authority to decipher the applicable law in each case and argue effectively before the court.”