Cawley Career Education Center Wayfinders
George (he/him) is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in government and pursuing a certificate in African studies. Outside of his work at the career center, George is the president of Georgetown’s African Society, a member of the mock trial team, and is part of the Student Advocacy Office as well. He also spends time working as a tutor for Georgetown’s Pivot Program. George loves sudoku, music, food, and working as a Wayfinder to help his peers navigate their career exploration journeys!
Ananya (she/her) is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in economics and double-minoring in business studies and environmental studies. In addition to being a Wayfinder at Cawley, Ananya is a member of the Georgetown Impact Investing Group, the Georgetown Renewable Energy and Environmental Network, and the International Students Association. Ananya loves advocating for climate action and is also passionate about different cultures and loves learning about new ones.
Renée is a senior in the College from Greene, New York, a small town in the state’s Appalachian region. She is a government and theology double major. Through the Government Honors program she is excited to write her thesis on “How Investing in Social Ties Can Mitigate the Effects of the Opioid Epidemic.” In addition to working at Cawley, Renée is also involved with the Center for Research and Fellowships, sits on a few advisory boards for various academic conferences, and volunteers as a tutor in the Georgetown community. She has worked at a few legal start-ups, the Georgetown Law, and served as a U.S. Senate Page. Outside of school, she loves giving tours through the Blue & Gray Tour Guide Society, reading and hiking.
Akil (he/him) is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences graduating in December 2024. He is studying peace a sustainability through the College’s interdisciplinary studies major. In addition to being a Wayfinder, on campus Akil is also a retreat coordinator for The Cookout, a model for the Diamante fashion show (2023), and an inaugural member of the Black Interfaith Fellowship (2022). Akil loves nature, meditating, writing poetry, creating freestyle raps, and producing podcasts. More than anything, he loves helping folks make sense of the world around them!
Siona (she/her) is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in chemistry and minoring in linguistics, on the pre-medical track. In addition to being a Wayfinder, Siona performs electrochemistry research in Dr. Tong’s lab on campus, volunteers in the patient advocacy department at Georgetown Medstar Hospital, and is the treasurer of the Jewish Student Association. Siona loves reading, crossword puzzles, making playlists, and discovering new coffee shops around DC.
Isabella (she/hers) is a junior in the Georgetown College of Arts and Sciences majoring in physics and minoring in studio art, on the pre-health track. She is from Frederick, Maryland but grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia. Outside of Cawley, she volunteers at the Maker Hub in Lauinger, works as a student academic assistant, and helps out as a peer advisor. Beyond Georgetown, Isabella loves reading magazines and comics, wandering around DC, and trying new coffee spots!
Kelsey Lyons (she/her) is a senior in the School of Health studying health care management and policy on the pre-medical track. She is from San Diego, California. At Georgetown, she is the president of The Women’s Network, involved in undergraduate research in pediatric cancer survivorship, a peer advisor, a board member of D.C. Donors, a part of the Engelhard Student Advisory Council, and a volunteer at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. In her free time, she loves to cook, spend time with friends, go to the beach, and explore DC. She is excited to help students see their career journey as an exciting adventure, instead of a stressful process.
Sanaa Mehta (she/her) is a junior in the School of Foreign Service (SFS’25) from Mumbai, India, majoring in global business with a certificate in diplomatic studies. On campus, in addition to being a Wayfinder, she is a tour guide in Blue & Gray, a coordinator for Rangila, and a consultant at Hilltop Consultants. She loves listening to music, playing the drums, running, hiking, and trying new foods and coffee!
Brendan (he/him) is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in French and government. He was born in France and raised in Southern California. Outside of his work at Cawley, he is a member of an on-campus a cappella group, the Saxatones, and the Georgetown mock trial team. He’s a big fan of cats, Jeopardy!, and Epi’s noodle bar.
Amber (she/her) is a junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in international economics. She is originally from San Diego, California, but spent many years of her childhood in Taiwan. Aside from being a Wayfinder, Amber is part of Georgetown Student Capital Partners in the venture capital division and is a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign service sorority. In her free time, Amber loves slow activities such as crocheting, making food for friends, and reading books from her favorite secondhand bookstore (Second Story Books) on the lawn.
Jude (he/him) is a junior in the McDonough School of Business, majoring in operations and analytics, and international business. He is an international student from Zhuzhou, China. On campus, he plays in Georgetown frisbee B team and is a member of McDonough Business Strategy Challenge. He loves music, reading, traveling, and calligraphy.
Yanlin (she/her) is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in political economy and minoring in Arabic. She is originally from Shenzhen, China, but spent a significant amount of time in Amman, Jordan. On campus, she is the head of agency of the Georgetown Marketing Association and is involved in the Georgetown Buddhist Student Association. In her free time, she is also a travel artist, a food blogger, and enjoys trying different kinds of sports (pilates, ping pong, horseback riding, golf, etc.).