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Tucker Student Spotlight

 Brett Losen '14

Brett Losen '14
Foundation Office Assistant

Majors: Classics, minor in Biology

Hometown: Calmar, IA

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Current DPCS Post-Grad Fellows

Anna Morenz '13 anna post grad fellow

Foster Care Caseworker, Children's Aid Society
New York NY

Anna works as a foster care case worker at the Children's Aid Society, a private agency providing a wide array of health-based, education, cultural, job-training and developmental programs and services for foster children with emotional disturbances. In her role, she supports children and families in the therapeutic foster care program; through monthly home visits and attendance at court hearings, she is responsible for helping them connect to appropriate services and receive necessary support. As an anthropology major and pre-med student, Anna became interested in the social determinants of health that are often overlooked in our current system of technological biomedicine. As a result, social work interested her as a potential post-graduate job before committing to medical school. The opportunity to work with Children's Aid as a foster care caseworker in New York City is thus a dream job for Anna.

Vaidehi Mujumdar '13vaidehi post grad

Project Development Fellow, HealthCare Chaplaincy
New York, NY

Vaidehi works as the Project Development Fellow for HealthCare Chaplaincy, an organization that seeks to integrate spirituality and science by engaging in the research, education and practice of spirit-centered palliative care. She will develop and participate in the execution of pilot programs and quality improvement projects with HealthCare Chaplaincy's hospital partners. As a double major in Biology & Anthropology modified with Ethics, Vaidehi became interested in a holistic approach to health and wellness. Vaidehi brings an extensive background in public health and health policy that she hopes will help shape her career as a physician. Through her health-focused experiences domestically and internationally, Vaidehi has come to value the role of spirituality in creating a positive effect on health care outcomes.

Gabrielle Mezochow '13gabby post grad

Community Health Fellow, Montefiore Medical Center
New York, NY

Gabrielle will work as a Community Health Fellow for Montefiore Medical Center, the leading healthcare provider for the 1.5 million residents of the Bronx. Specifically, Gabby will work in the Office of Community and Population Health, supporting various community-based healthcare initiatives that Montefiore operates in the Bronx. Gabrielle has a strong background in public health and specifically in working with HIV/AIDS patients. As a community organizing intern at the non-profit Health Global Access Project, she worked to advocate for individuals with HIV/AIDS and to bridge the global gap in access to treatment. Gabrielle also brings an extensive experience in medical research, having served as a research assistant at both Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Natalia Agredo '13natalia post grad

Office Manager, Uncommon Schools
New York, NY

Natalia will work as an Office Manager with Uncommon Schools. She will be based at Ocean Hill Collegiate Charter School team in Brooklyn and will work to support the school's leadership team on a wide variety of projects. She will collect data and manage presentations to board members, staff and community members, submit grants, engage families and community members, and serve as a substitute teacher. At Dartmouth, Natalia served as the Finance Director for Dartmouth Global Leadership Program, conducted research for the Rockefeller Center's Public Policy Research Shop, supported her peers as a Sexpert, and served as Secretary for her sorority, Kappa Delta. At Dartmouth, Natalia became very passionate about fixing educational inequality and she is excited to work for Uncommon Schools, "an incredible organization that changes the lives of thousands of students every day."

Lindsey Romero '13lromero post grad

Associate Program Manager, Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC
New York, NY

As Associate Program Manager at Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC, Lindsey will work to match youth with adult volunteers in one-to-one mentoring relationships in the city. She will additionally conduct psychosocial interviews, write clinic assessments and provide supervision and support of matches and match outreach. Lindsey was first drawn to the position of Associate Program Manager for BBBS of NYC because she has always been interested in social justice work that specifically targets children who may be facing adversity. Her previous work as an America Reads elementary school tutor and YMCA camp counselor impressed upon her the importance of mentorship. As a psychology major, she is familiar with issues of mental and emotional well-being and believes that mentorship can be a powerful way to ensure that all children are presented with the opportunity to lead healthy, successful lives.

Kate Kranenburg '13kate dpcs pg

Community Health Service Fellow, Harlem Children's Zone
New York, NY

Kate Kranenburg will serve as one of the Community Health Service Fellows at the Harlem Children's Zone. As a fellow, Kate will support the Healthy Harlem Program in their obesity prevention initiatives through data collection, analysis, and program support. The Harlem Children's Zone provides a comprehensive approach to community vitality; supporting the growth of a young person in academic, health, and personal growth. Kate is eager to apply her experience measuring program effectiveness while interning at the D.C. Public Schools to the work of the Healthy Harlem team. During her time at Dartmouth, Kate pursued a minor in domestic social policy that sparked her interest in adolescent wellness and social development. Kate has worked extensively in facilitating stronger social skills, personal responsibility, and academic progress for young people through her involvement with Outdoor Leadership Experience, the International Rescue Committee, and Student Enrichment at Dartmouth.

Zoe Kopp '13zoe kopp

Community Health Service Fellow, Harlem Children's Zone
New York, NY

Zoe will assist Harlem Children's Zone in their commitment to a healthy and educated Harlem as a Community Health Service Fellow. Zoe will be working with Healthy Harlem to implement their three-pronged approach for healthy living. Zoe pursued this fellowship after working at the Brookdale Hospital obesity clinic in Brooklyn, with similarly disadvantaged youth. Additionally, her work with outdoor education, with New York Restoration Project and Edible Schoolyards, convinced her of the intense interplay between environmental and human health. At Harlem Children's Zone, health is viewed in the context of its environment. It is only through this lens that obesity can be addressed, a disease not just of the body, but of the community as well. She hopes to bring her love of cooking and healthy-food education into the program, to supplement the fitness and psychological support already provided.

Molly Hassell '13molly

Paralegal, Manhattan District Attorney's Office
New York, NY

Molly Hassell works as a paralegal in Sex Crimes Unit of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.  Here she will act as a Trial Preparations Assistant, sit in on witness interviews, write legal correspondence and subpoenas, and compile necessary documents to ensure a fair trial for all concerned.  Molly brings with her an extensive background in government service, research, and legal field work.  She has interned for U.S. Senator Hagan, has been a U.S. House Page, a North Carolina Governor's Page, and a N.C. Senate Page.  She has worked as a Presidential Scholar and has completed research at Duke University, at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, at UNC-Chapel Hill, and at UNC-Greensboro in the fields of classics/ religion, history, and astronomy.  Molly also worked at Davis Polk & Wardwell, a corporate law firm in NYC, where she first fell in love with the city.  Molly hopes to use this experience in the DA's office to further explore the legal field and help better her community through her work in its criminal justice system.  She hopes to use her spare time to continue her devotion to Classical studies and languages.

amyAmy Gu '12 (2nd Year Fellow)

Office Manager, Leadership Prep Bedford Stuyvesant Charter School (Uncommon Schools)
New York, NY

Amy works as an Office Manager with Uncommon Schools, an organization that starts and manages outstanding urban charter public schools that close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to graduate from college. She will support the Leadership Prep Bedford Stuyvesant Charter School leadership team on several school-wide projects regarding assessment, accountability, instruction, community relations, and operations. In addition to maintaining the school's administrative systems and routines, Amy serves as the primary contact person for all of the school's constituents. Amy's operational, administrative, and management capacities stem from her undergraduate work experiences at Dartmouth at Collis and with the Office of Commencement and Reunion Housing.

Trevor Chenoweth '12 (2nd Year Fellow)

tchenowethParalegal (Major Economics Crime Bureau), New York District Attorney's Office
New York, NY

Trevor is a Paralegal and a 2nd Year DPCS Post-Graduate Fellow in the Major Economics Crime Bureau in the New York County District Attorney's Office, which is responsible for investigating and prosecuting crime in Manhattan while maintaining a focus on justice and public service. Trevor assists in all aspects of the investigation and trial process. He helps compile and analyze evidence for investigations; drafts correspondence, subpoenas, and other legal documents for Assistant District Attorneys; and assists with presentation during trial or Grand Jury. Trevor calls upon his strong experience researching and analyzing public policy and economics in this role. He has worked as an intern at The Charles Group, a government consulting and lobbying firm in Washington D.C, competed in policy debate at the national level in high school and college, and participated in judicial decision-making at Dartmouth as a member of the Organizational Adjudication Committee. Trevor's course of study as an Economics and Government major focusing on finance, law, and international relations aligns well with the skills needed as a paralegal on major and sometimes transnational economic crimes. His long-time desire to attend law school in the future motivates him to perform high quality work in the legal field. 

Last Updated: 8/23/13