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The HWS Update

As Business Wire reported in February, Kimberly Oaks Holmes ’85 is now heading the actuarial and analytics teams at the insurance conglomerate Kemper as Senior Vice President, Chief Actuary and Strategic Analytics Officer. Holmes brings more than 30 years of experience in insurance, actuarial functions and advanced analytics. Prior to joining Kemper, she served as Senior

While studying abroad in Auckland, New Zealand, Gregory Partyka ’20 expanded his knowledge of international digital media strategies through his internship with Align Digital, a conversion rate optimization company. The startup environment at Align Digital has given Partyka expansive knowledge of the field, as he contextualized the media landscape by studying New Zealand life and culture, as

For Elizabeth Weingast ’18, the “continued guidance and support” of HWS alums has not only helped her find a niche in the financial world, but a platform to mentor current students. She now serves as an investment banker in the Debt Capital Markets group at J.P. Morgan’s New York City headquarters. Weingast began getting hands-on

Ten members of the 2017-18 Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team were recently named to end of the year all-academic teams. Nine sailors were named to the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association while all-academic sailing team while eight earned Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association academic honors. To earn a spot on the MAISA All-Academic Team, sailors

Following two summer internships with the financial services company Credit Suisse, Theresa Lohr ’18 has been hired as a financial analyst in the Financial Institution Group (FIG) at the firm’s New York City headquarters. In the position, Lohr will compile and analyze financial market data and company research and will assist her team in the

During the spring semester, two computer science majors studied abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland where they took courses in their field while exploring new passions for travel, photography and adventure. When selecting an abroad program through the HWS Center for Global Education, both Emily Bak ’19 and Allison Doherty ’19 prioritized their studies in computer science

Professional services firm Aon plc has hired three 2018 HWS graduates to positions at its New York City headquarters. Nancy Preston Tansill ’18 will serve as an account specialist in the company’s Small and Medium Enterprises Group; James Mula ’18, an associate broker for the Cyber Solutions Team; and Anne O’Brien ’18, an associate broker

With a passion for investment and the desire to explore new areas of the financial sector, Cody Roberts ’20 joins the Chicago firm William Blair as a private wealth management intern this summer. “I’m excited to learn about private wealth management in a hands-on way among some of the most respected advisers in the field,”

Twenty-four members of the Hobart College lacrosse team earned a spot on the 2018 Northeast Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll. Additionally, seven Statesmen represented the team on the NEC Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll. It’s the most student-athletes Hobart has placed on the Academic Honor Roll in five years in the NEC, and matches the program’s

Strong leadership skills and a solid grounding in mathematics and finance have landed Taylor Mancini ’19 an internship with Genworth, an industry leader in long-term care insurance and financial solutions for aging adults. As an investments intern at Genworth’s headquarters in Stamford, Conn., she will work with private and public teams, assisting with portfolio management