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Meet the 2024 Career Day Presenters

Kate Danielsen ’12 

Category Lead - Preloved Apparel, eBay

Kate Danielsen's career in sustainable fashion is focused on building the circular, secondhand economy. She currently manages the preloved apparel business at eBay, building opportunities for brands to more responsibly manage their excess inventory and for individuals to more easily participate in the preloved market

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Lindsey (Avery) Fitzsimons ’06

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Adjunct Faculty
University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Lindsey Fitzsimons (formerly Avery, SM Class of 2006) is a second-year postdoctoral research fellow at the University of New England Center for Excellence in Neuroscience, and Adjunct Faculty at the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she teaches gross anatomy and embryology to first and second-year medical students.

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Elizabeth (Liz) Gearon ’85

Chief Revenue Officer, Digital Outdoor Advertising

Liz has been in the accounting/finance profession for various industries since 1989 including hospitality (Hyatt), commercial mortgage (Prudential), investments (Morgan Stanley), owning her own business for 10 years (Ship Shape Financial), and now Out of Home Advertising/billboards (Digital Outdoor Advertising).

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Cooper Giblin ’18

Dairy Intern, Wolfe's Neck Center For Agriculture and the Environment

After graduating from St. Mark's in 2018, Cooper attended Colby College in Waterville, ME. After graduating from Colby he moved to Boston where he worked as a marketing analyst at a software start-up.

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Kristi Jacobi

Associate Director of Auxiliary Programs,
St. Mark's School

Kristi Jacobi currently works in the Auxiliary Programs department at St. Mark’s School and serves as a director of St. Mark’s Summer day camp.

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Brady Loomer

STEM Lead Coordinator, US Army DEVCOM Soldier Center

Brady Loomer has a Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University and a Masters Degree in Education from UMass Amherst.

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Howard Lowell ’71

VP Marketing, retired, Evergreen Credit Union

Howard recently retired after working for 40+ years as a marketing and communications senior manager in financial services, most recently as VP Marketing with Evergreen Credit Union in Portland, Maine (one of the state’s largest).

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Simon McKay ’98

Managing Director, Business Development, RealBlocks

Simon is passionate about connecting people, solving problems, and building businesses. His peers view him as an even-tempered leader with a sharp strategic mind and proven ability to uncover opportunities, develop a vision, proactively align decision makers, and build businesses.

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Grace Miller

Farmer UPenn Fellow, St. Mark's School

Ms. Miller is a Farmer UPenn Fellow in the History and Social Sciences Department at St. Mark’s. Prior to St. Mark’s, she graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, where she majored in Sociology, minored in Education, and concentrated in Peace and Conflict Studies.

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Andy Mims P'25

Founder, Goosewing Partners

With over 20 years of investing and corporate finance experience including over 15 years in sustainability, Andy is an expert in the field of Socially Responsible Investing, specifically in the areas of public equities: Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) research, portfolio construction and management, proxy voting, and direct shareholder engagement (shareholder advocacy).

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Lily Roberts ’06

Nurse Educator - Intensive Care Nursery, Dartmouth Health Children’s

Lily graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Science in nursing. After a brief stint as a camp nurse, she started her nursing career in Northwestern Medicine’s 86-bed level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in one of the highest-volume delivery hospitals in the US.

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Jeremy Schifeling

Marketing Director, Khan Academy

Jeremy Schifeling has devoted his career to helping others succeed in theirs. From teaching kindergarten in Brooklyn to recruiting top students at Teach For America to leading education marketing at LinkedIn, he’s touched the lives of millions of people at every stage of their journeys.

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