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Featured Alumni


Meet Our Alumni

Penn GSE is striving to change the world, one graduate at a time. Read stories of the many ways our alumni are having a transformational impact.

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Hitomi Yoshida, GED’95

Hitomi Yoshida, GED’95, broadens the student experience through intercultural programming at the Penn Museum.

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Irma Perez-Johnson, GR’08

Learn why Irma Perez-Johnson, GR’08, thinks data-driven decision-making is the future of education.

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Lindsey Gerdes, GED’15

Lindsey Gerdes, GED’15, speaks about her journey from advice columnist to first grade teacher.

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Michael Sorrell, GRD’15

In 2009, Paul Quinn College was in danger of losing its accreditation. When Michael Sorrell, GRD’15, became president, he enacted a series of audacious initiatives that effected change, empowerment, and enrollment.