On Friday, March 31st, 2017 TAM welcomed program graduates back to campus for our annual TAM Alumni External Advisory Board meeting and our spring alumni panel. We enjoyed hearing from the following four program graduates who discussed their TAM experience and its relevance to their career trajectories. A reception followed the event.
TAM Class of 2007
Camilo is the Co-Chair of TAM’s Alumni External Advisory Board. He studied in Madrid as a TAM student and interned with CNN-Spain. He started his career in D.C. as political fundraising intern on Capitol Hill, and then worked for the World Resources Institute for several years. Next, he worked with Human Rights Campaign, and later for CPA, a boutique events shop that organizes special events around the greater Washington, D.C. area. Camilo is now the Director of Events and Strategic Partnerships at the Brookings Institution in DC.
TAM Class of 2009
Toni is an Alumni Board member. She studied in Siena and then took a DC internship with the Department of State, Office of Western Europe – Italy Desk. She then worked as an Executive/Research Assistant at a consulting firm in D.C. and next as the Executive Assistant to the President & CEO of Alenia Aermacchi North America, a Finmeccanica Company. Finmeccanica is an Italian aerospace and defense firm that has contracts with the U.S. Air Force and is ranked seventh in the world of defense companies worldwide. Toni was an Executive Assistant to the Founder and CEO of Promontory Financial Group, a global financial services advisory firm. She now works there as a Research Specialist.
TAM Class of 2012
Julian is part of the TAM’s Satellite Alumni Board in Berlin. He is currently an exchange PhD student at Columbia University, working on his research regarding U.S. federal states in transatlantic relations. Prior to that, he worked as a political consultant in Berlin for three years, which is where he has been based since graduating from TAM.
TAM Class of 2013
Alex is an Alumni Board member. She serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Western Civilization, Thought, and Policy in Boulder, Colorado. Previously, Alex worked as the International Education Program Coordinator and as the Assistant Director at the Center for European Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill and coordinated outreach to regional schools and the business community. As a Transatlantic Masters graduate, Alex researched corporate social responsibility policy in the European Union while pursuing coursework at the Institute for Political Science (Sciences-Po) in Paris, France. Alex has interned at Merz Pharma France, Worldview, and the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service at the American Embassy in Paris.