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Alumni of Teach For America are a part of diverse network of leaders from all career fields, working to create opportunity in a variety of ways around the world. Meet some of our alumni, and read how their career trajectories have been shaped and transformed by their corps experience.

 

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Christian Brown

Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Med Student

Campaign Region: Rio Grande Valley

Enrolled in post-baccalaureate classes at Agnes Scott College, Christian Brown's ultimate goal is to attend medical school so she can address health care issues affecting adolescents.

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Sandrene Cassells

MD Candidate

Stanford University School of Medicine

Campaign Region: New York

Teach For America alum Sandrene Cassells shares how her time leading a classroom enhanced her love for medicine, leadership, and a lifelong dedication to teaching and serving marginalized communities.

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Annie Dotson

Primary Care Research Fellow

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Campaign Region: Houston

Alum Annie Dotson took her experience in the classroom to a career in health where she focuses her research on pregnancy and young children.

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Lilian Ho

Pediatric Resident

Seattle Children's Hospital

Campaign Region: Bay Area

During a public health internship in college, Lilian realized that teaching would blend her passion for science and her commitment to helping people. She’s now a pediatric resident working in rural communities that lack access to health care.

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Rebecca Purtell

Pediatric Hospitalist

Primary Children’s Hospital/University of Utah

Campaign Region: Greater Philadelphia

Rebecca Purtell's experience as a TFA corps member prepared her for her role as a pediatric hospitalist at Primary Children’s Hospital, including her main responsibility of caring for acutely ill children.

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Dan Tilden

Medical Resident

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Campaign Region: Eastern North Carolina

Dan Tilden discovered a new sense of purpose of serving in the corps. Today, he’s a resident in the Med-Peds program, which combines internal medicine and pediatrics.