Meet Trinity Graduates Who Found Their Strength and Now Make a Difference in Our World

The promise and potential of Trinity Graduates is undisputed.  Explore how Trinity graduates have launched and advanced their careers thanks to their experience and learning at Trinity Washington, and now make a difference in our community.

Sholachauntel
Trinity Washington University
Marquise King
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
U.S. Department of State
Colorado Legal Services
U.S. Department of State
Albright Stonebridge Group
Aspen Institute
Archbishop Carroll High School
KIPP: DC Schools
Photo of Jamie McGlothen-Lepak
Greenville, SC, Police Department
Photo of Karen Archambault
Rowan College at Burlington County
American University, School of Education
The Washington Post
Impact Legal Group
U.S. House of Representatives
Tiny Spark Podcast
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Washington Pediatric Associates, Premier Pediatric Concierge Care
The John Carroll School
Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers
Wayside Elementary School
Georgia State University
U.S. Renal Care
Georgetown Home Care
ABC News
Black and Missing Foundation
Atlas Research
Animal Medical Center of Watkins Park
Naya Eady ‘16 - Doctoral candidate in the Biomedical & Biological Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University
Cornell University
Fisher Clay Group
Fordham University
D.C. Association for the Education of Young Children
Jeanette Jackson Clark ’70
D.C. Superior Court
United We Dream
Charlene Valdez ‘17, a Clare Boothe Luce Scholar, participated in undergraduate research every year as an undergraduate student and presented work across the country, where she won awards for poster presentations. While at Trinity Washington University she was also the President of Ladies FIRST Math & Science Club.
New York University
Adriana Pino Delgado participated in an undergraduate research experience at New York University. She was part of a research team and co-authored a peer-reviewed journal in Molecular Cell.
United Therapeutics Corporation
Obama Administration
National Geographic Partners - The Walt Disney Company
Jackson State University
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research
U.S. Department of State
Greater DC Diaper Bank
Brittany Walker ’19 is a nurse in the Labor & Delivery unit at Medstar Washington Hospital Center. They have regular patients as well as some COVID-19 patients in the unit.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Samantha Jackson ’18 is a nurse in the cardiac step-down unit at Medstar Washington Hospital Center.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Stephanie Flores ’19 is currently working as a step-down ICU nurse at Shady Grove Hospital. Her unit has had to change some areas to accept COVID-19 patients, especially ones with heart issues.
Shady Grove Hospital
Elexis Brown ’19 is currently working as an RN in the surgical and medical ICU at Medstar Washington Hospital Center.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
British Abrams ’19 has always known she wanted to be a nurse since the age of four.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Curative: Covid-19 Testing
Photo of Stacia Brown
North Carolina Public Radio
Christina Swinney, Trinity Washington University Class of 2020, has been named a Pope Francis Scholar at the National Catholic School of Social Services at Catholic University for the MSW Program.
Catholic University
BLM and Anti-gun Violence Activist
Ewaoluwa Ogundana writes for The Hechinger Report -DACA recipients like this DREAMer ask for full participation in American life.
G.S. Proctor & Associates, Lobbying & Consulting
Boston Properties
Photo of Martece Yates
Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Photo of Joanne Abalos RN
Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Photo of Natalie Prince
Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Photo of Sharon Brady Raimo
St. Coletta of Greater Washington
Photo of Anna Spriggs
Truth Inititative
Photo of Rihem Badwe
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Gusto
Photo of Minnie Barnes
Deloitte
Facebook
Folger Shakespeare Library
Florida Senate
Washington Gas
State of Maryland
Waymo
Graham Holdings
DLA Piper Law
Arlene Hughes Manos ’63
U.S. Congress
Sholachauntel
Trinity Washington University
U.S. Department of State
Colorado Legal Services
U.S. Department of State
Albright Stonebridge Group
KIPP: DC Schools
Photo of Jamie McGlothen-Lepak
Greenville, SC, Police Department
The Washington Post
U.S. House of Representatives
Tiny Spark Podcast
Washington Pediatric Associates, Premier Pediatric Concierge Care
ABC News
Animal Medical Center of Watkins Park
Naya Eady ‘16 - Doctoral candidate in the Biomedical & Biological Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University
Cornell University
Jeanette Jackson Clark ’70
D.C. Superior Court
United We Dream
Charlene Valdez ‘17, a Clare Boothe Luce Scholar, participated in undergraduate research every year as an undergraduate student and presented work across the country, where she won awards for poster presentations. While at Trinity Washington University she was also the President of Ladies FIRST Math & Science Club.
New York University
Adriana Pino Delgado participated in an undergraduate research experience at New York University. She was part of a research team and co-authored a peer-reviewed journal in Molecular Cell.
United Therapeutics Corporation
Obama Administration
National Geographic Partners - The Walt Disney Company
Jackson State University
Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research
U.S. Department of State
Greater DC Diaper Bank
Curative: Covid-19 Testing
Photo of Stacia Brown
North Carolina Public Radio
Christina Swinney, Trinity Washington University Class of 2020, has been named a Pope Francis Scholar at the National Catholic School of Social Services at Catholic University for the MSW Program.
Catholic University
BLM and Anti-gun Violence Activist
Ewaoluwa Ogundana writes for The Hechinger Report -DACA recipients like this DREAMer ask for full participation in American life.
G.S. Proctor & Associates, Lobbying & Consulting
Photo of Sharon Brady Raimo
St. Coletta of Greater Washington
Photo of Rihem Badwe
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Photo of Minnie Barnes
Deloitte
Facebook
Folger Shakespeare Library
Florida Senate
State of Maryland
Waymo
DLA Piper Law
U.S. Congress
Marquise King
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Aspen Institute
American University, School of Education
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The John Carroll School
Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers
U.S. Renal Care
Black and Missing Foundation
Atlas Research
Fisher Clay Group
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Boston Properties
Gusto
Washington Gas
American University, School of Education
Impact Legal Group
Aspen Institute
Archbishop Carroll High School
Photo of Karen Archambault
Rowan College at Burlington County
The John Carroll School
Wayside Elementary School
D.C. Association for the Education of Young Children
Greater DC Diaper Bank
Photo of Sharon Brady Raimo
St. Coletta of Greater Washington
Georgia State University
U.S. Renal Care
Georgetown Home Care
Fordham University
Brittany Walker ’19 is a nurse in the Labor & Delivery unit at Medstar Washington Hospital Center. They have regular patients as well as some COVID-19 patients in the unit.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Samantha Jackson ’18 is a nurse in the cardiac step-down unit at Medstar Washington Hospital Center.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Stephanie Flores ’19 is currently working as a step-down ICU nurse at Shady Grove Hospital. Her unit has had to change some areas to accept COVID-19 patients, especially ones with heart issues.
Shady Grove Hospital
Elexis Brown ’19 is currently working as an RN in the surgical and medical ICU at Medstar Washington Hospital Center.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
British Abrams ’19 has always known she wanted to be a nurse since the age of four.
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Photo of Martece Yates
Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Photo of Joanne Abalos RN
Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Photo of Natalie Prince
Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine