Infinite Careers is a new collaboration between Career Services (CAPD) and the MIT Alumni Association to explore career paths and the non-linearity of career decision making. Read profiles of alumni with unique career paths, hear their stories and network at a series of talks.
Courses 15 & 17, 2008
Ali Wyne is a Washington, DC-based policy analyst with the RAND Corporation's Defense and Political Sciences Department. He has published extensively in outlets including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, and the Christian Science Monitor. Read more about Ali.
Courses 9 & 21S, 2007; HASTS PhD, 2017
Anna Wexler is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studies ethical, legal, and social issues surrounding emerging technology. Read more about Anna.
Course 16, 2002; Course 16 & TPP Masters, 2005
Ayanna T. Samuels is an Aerospace Engineer and International Development Professional who has run a consultancy practice for over 12 years specializing in a) the intersection of Gender, ICTs and STEM policy, and b) the use of ICTs and Technology Policy as enablers of access to basic human rights, socio-economic empowerment and poverty eradication. Read more about Ayanna.
Course 22 M.Sc.; Course 12 Ph.D 1999
David is the Vice President of R&D with Geophysical Survey Systems Inc (GSSI) and works with his team to dream up "the next big things" in GPR. Originally interested in Radiology Science and Technology, David discovered his passion for Geophysics while studying abroad in Israel, and completed his PhD in EAPS. Read more about David.
Course 11 SB; Master of City Planning (MCP) in Energy Economics/Infrastructure Finance
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan is a consultant, storyteller, performer & speaker. She hosted the Emmy Award winning series “High School Quiz Show” which premiered on the WGBH in Boston. She was a featured Storyteller on the PBS station, KQED, and is a regular contributor to NPR’s “Snap Judgment.” She hosts the Moth Story Slam, a monthly storytelling event, in San Francisco. Dhaya was awarded the Liz Carpenter Award for Political Comedy. Read more about Dhaya.
Course 6-1, 2009; Boston College J.D., 2012
Ellen Wong is a patent attorney at Microsoft, and has worked on a diverse range of intellectual property projects. After studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, she attended Boston College for her J.D. and found a passion for IP. Read more about Ellen.
Courses 7& 8 (S.B.); 2008 Course 2 (S.M.);2011 PhD HST, 2017
Justin is Director of Imaging Technologies at PathAI, an AI-for-healthcare startup based in Boston, MA. He has a varied background in optical engineering, computational imaging, deep learning, and medicine. Read more about Justin.
Course 1, 1994; Sloan MBA, 2006
Kerry and his consulting firm partners help organizations tackle social, economic, and environmental problems with a focus on strategy, management, operations, and design. Prior to co-founding Msaada Partners, Kerry acquired extensive experience as an environmental engineer and manager during nine years with Texas Instruments (TI) and more than eight years with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Read more about Kerry.
Course 2 Masters & PhD, 2010 & 2013
Kevin is the CEO and Co-founder of EB Innovations LLC. They are commercializing an award-winning medical device to help people learn and practice essential life-saving skills. Kevin did postdoc research on new ways to convert waste natural gas from oil wells into diesel, gasoline and methanol. He has worked with Skunk Works R&D on lasers, and on mechatronics and 3D printers at Formlabs. Read more about Kevin.
Course 2, SB 2008, SM 2010, PhD 2013
Michael Allshouse is an Assistant Professor in the Northeastern University Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department. His research interests include nonlinear dynamics, geophysical fluid dynamics, computational fluid mechanics, disaster response, and experimental fluids. Read more about Michael.
Course 17, 2014
Netia McCray is the Founder and Executive Director of Mbadika, a social venture dedicated to fostering youth-driven innovation and entrepreneurship. Mbadika, which means 'idea', is on a mission to support ideas and those who create them, no matter where or from whom they arise. Read more about Netia.
Course 10, 2008
Nina graduated from MIT in 2008 with a degree in Chemical Engineering, then went to Harvard Medical School and did a Pediatrics Residency at Boston Children's Hospital. She is now a Nephrology Fellow at Boston Children's Hospital doing both clinical work and research in the genetics of childhood kidney diseases. Read more about Nina.
Course 4, 1984
Steve Baker is founding principal of Baker | Wohl Architects, an award-winning professional architecture firm located in downtown Boston. He cofounded BWA in 1994 with fellow MIT architecture alumna Margaret (Garet) Wohl. BWA’s practice focuses on affordable housing, academic and institutional work, and mass transit projects. Read more about Steve.
Course 10B, 2009
Tarikh Campbell is the Program Manager for Workplace Inclusion at Microsoft New England Research & Development. There he collaborates with many groups and individuals to develop new means of achieving the company’s diversity & inclusion goals, both internally and throughout the New England region. Read more about Tarikh.