Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (RGSS)
Where Are They Now? Butler GWSS Grads
- Tabitha Barbour, 2017, is the Program Director of Indy Pride.
- Cass Bruner, 2015, earned an MFA in Poetry from Eastern Washington University and is a lecturer at Central Washington University, teaching Composition and Poetry.
- Caitlin Jackson, 2011, is an Analyst at the US Government Accountability Office in Washington, DC, after earning a Masters of Public Affairs at Indiana University.
- Alex Kassan, 2020, is an M.A. graduate student in Public Health at Boston University
- Aliyah Kidwell, 2015, is Associate Attorney at Kenny Murov, PLLC, in Newport News, VA, after earning her JD from William and Mary Law School.
- Viviane Linos, 2015, earned her Masters in Women and Gender Studies from Arizona State University and now works as Interpersonal Violence Prevention Programs Coordinator at UNC-Chapel Hill.
- Matthew Miller, 2012, is an Assistant United States Attorney in Evansville, after working as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, DC.
- Casey Natalino, 2011, LCSW is a clinical therapist based in Chicago.
- Tia Osborne, 2013, is working as Internal Communications Strategist for the ACLU—National, NY, after having earned a Master's degree in Humanities and Social Thought from N.Y.U.
- Vic Overdorf, 2017, is a PhD student in Gender Studies at IU-Bloomington.
- Kate Siegfried, 2014, is a PhD Candidate and Distinguished Graduate Fellow studying Rhetoric & Public Affairs in the Department of Communication at Texas A&M University. Kate also holds an MA in Communication and Rhetorical Studies from Syracuse University.
- Tessa Sommers, 2016, works for the Damien Center HIV/AIDS Service Organization.
- Liv Sonell, 2016, is a student in the Masters of Arts in Applied Theatre program at CUNY.