For a group of recent graduates, the transition from college to the workforce means moving from the ranks of Dartmouth undergraduates to Dartmouth staff members.
Eight alumni began work last month as Presidential Fellows for the 2013-2014 academic year. The Presidential Fellows Program, run by the Office of the President, was launched in 2009 and provides graduates with the opportunity to play key roles in Dartmouth’s administration.
One of the Presidential Fellows, Emily Fletcher '13, double majored in anthropology and neuroscience. See her profile below, and read about the other seven fellows on Dartmouth Now.
Emily Fletcher ’13, The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
Major: Neuroscience and anthropology
On Dartmouth: “My time at Dartmouth was defined by the diversity of experiences I had, and the fantastic people I met and bonded with along the way. It was a hectic, wonderful hodgepodge of thought-provoking classes, extracurricular activities, travel, community service, and exploring the Upper Valley, all of which led to my personal development and growth.”
Looking Ahead: “I am thrilled to be working with leading experts at The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science to address some of the world’s most pressing health issues. I’m excited to help build and maintain partnerships that will identify and implement best practices in health care delivery in countries around the world.”