Alumni Bios

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Annie McDougall
Hometown: Canton, MI
College of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Minors: International Minor for Engineers, Program in Sustainable Engineering

Annie was involved in Bluelab engineering group, Multidisciplinary Design Program, Phi Sigma Rho Engineering Sorority, Society of Women Engineers, and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. She is also an enthusiastic member of Whale Enthusiasts Club of America.

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Jesse Kozler
Hometown: Littleton, CO
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
French Minor

Jesse was the Editor-in-Chief of Meteorite, an undergrad philosophy journal on campus, as well as a member of Epsilon Eta, a Professional Environmental Fraternity. He moonlights as the walking meme of the Shipman Society. He was also vice president of the Philosophy Club. In his free time he loves the outdoors and enjoys running, backpacking, rock climbing, and kayaking.

Katrina Coley
Hometown: Northville, MI

School of Nursing

Katrina was a member of the School of Nursing Honors Program, through which she became involved in research surrounding trauma informed education within the School of Nursing and maternal mortality in Africa. She has had the opportunity to travel to Liberia, West Africa as part of that research. She has also volunteered at the Medical Student-Run Free Clinic in Pinckney and has works as nursing assistant at Mott Children’s Hospital. In her free time you can find her curled up with a book in her bed or on a plane jetting off to her next travel destination.

Kayla Keane
Hometown: East Jordan, MI
School of Kinesiology
Movement Science and Psychology double major

Kayla enjoys exploring the Farmer’s Market and checking out the new films at the Michigan Theater before meeting friends for coffee. She is from Northern Michigan and loves the snow as its the perfect weather for trying new teas and coffees. In Spring 2019, she volunteered in South Africa, where, sadly, snow is rather rare.

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Maria Roma
Hometown: Beverly Hills, MI
School: Engineering
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Minor: Electrical Engineering

Maria was active in MHeal on campus, as well as Phi Sigma Rho Sorority. She also participated in the Yoga Club here at Michigan.

Mark Dovich
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
College of Literature, Science and the Arts
Political Science, Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies (REES)

Mark worked on campus as a managing editor of the Michigan Journal of International Affairs (MJIA). There we go with the acronyms again.

Matisse Rogers
Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Ford School of Public Policy
Public Policy
Writing Minor

Matisse was an active member of Kappa Alpha Pi Pre-Law Fraternity, the Office of Enrollment Management Student Advisory Board, and the College Essay Revision Partnership. She was also Business Manager of the Michiganensian Yearbook, and is a Title IX Undergraduate Research Assistant. She will be interning with Thomson Reuters this summer and hopes to use this experience to work towards attending law school after graduation. In her free time, she likes to binge watch The Office, browse her favorite news sources, read, and eat carry-out sushi from Sadako

Connor Norton
Hometown: Howell, MI
College of Engineering and College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Computer Science & Spanish

Connor was in the Drumline of the Michigan Marching Band, and was a member of the Eta Kappa Nu honors society. He planned to work for a large software company before eventually returning to school to get an MBA. In his free time, he likes to work out, read fantasy novels, watch Friends, and drive himself to bankruptcy at Ann Arbor’s restaurants.

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Allyson Dugan
Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT
College of  Engineering
Material Science and Engineering
Spanish Minor

In her years at Michigan, Allyson was very involved with Net Impact, a positive business org focused on sustainability and social impact. She was also involved in the Spanish Language Department. She studied abroad in San Sebastian for a semester and worked as a mentor for Spanish exchange students at Michigan. She loves practicing Spanish, as well as latin dance and Reggaeton Music. She enjoys running, biking, skiing, cooking, listening to podcasts, and nerding out about waste management and energy topics (fascinating stuff).

Serena Saake
Hometown: Encinitas, CA
School of Kinesiology and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Movement Science and Psychology double major

Serena spent her free time time in college running with MRun and staying fit through PULSE: Health and Fitness. She did research through the School of Kinesiology and loves Yoga. Her plan for the future is to attend Occuptional Therapy school at the University of Illinois-Chicago, and in her free time she loves to make cookies, watch the Bachelor with Louisa, and play games with friends.

Joe Iovino
STAMPS School of Art and Design
Art and Design Major

Joe worked with the Michigan Daily on campus, and plans to work in publishing after graduating. In his free time, he likes to draw, read, and write, as well as spend time with friends, play Go, and be outside.

Louisa Abbott
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Honors Mathematics

Louisa was very involved with the student group Appreciate + Reciprocate, which fundraised for student scholarships. She also worked for the math department as a linear algebra tutor and as a TA for the honors introductory calc sequence. She  hopes to eventually return to school for a graduate degree in financial engineering or quantitative finance. In her free time, she likes to read, hang out with friends, and daydream about future travels.