Career Advice for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies majors

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Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Program Alumni Willing to Provide Career Advice to Current Majors

Matthew Kachuba: Areas of interest include defense contracting and intelligence communities in the DC area. For security reasons, he would prefer to be contacted via LinkedIn or by way of some other social networking site.

Matthew Kurlinski: practices law in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His firm handles cases involving management in employment, employee benefits, and labor law matters. Prior to earning his law degree, Mr. Kurlinski spent ten years as a Case Officer for the CIA.

Anthony Nardini: practiced international law for two years before deciding to teach World History and Economics at St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati.

Amy Pate: able to advise students interested in applying their language skills in a national security-related capacity.

Timothy Sandusky: longtime Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State, including the U.S. Embassy in Moscow 1990-1992.

David Wack: partner at Squire Sanders, a law firm that specializes in private equity and operates out of Russia.

Kate Zale (formerly Swift): a pediatric sonographer at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and a GRA at the Ohio State University specializing in musculoskeletal ultrasound research.