Zaid Khaja, LA22, a research technician on the WashU medical campus, is applying to medical school.
Ethan Lowder, LA21, is attending Harvard Medical School in the pathways MD class of 2026.
Eka Jose, LA21, a student at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, was awarded a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Postgraduate Scholarship. While at WashU, Jose was a top competitor on the track and field team, winning two national championships in the indoor and outdoor triple jump in 2019. Jose also won the 2022 Today’s Top 10 Award, bestowed annually by the NCAA to honor 10 former outstanding senior student-athletes, and was a finalist for 2021 NCAA Woman of the Year.
Nathan Card, LA20, is a U.S. park ranger at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah.
Rebecca Woofter, SW19, a third-year doctoral student at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, was awarded the school’s 2022 Celia and Joseph Blann Fellowship for excellence in academics. Woofter’s research focuses on maternal and reproductive health, including contraceptive use, birth outcomes and access to and quality of health care.
Aliza Shatzman, LW19, launched The Legal Accountability Project with WashU classmate Matthew Goodman, LW19. The nonprofit works to ensure that as many law clerks as possible have positive clerkship experiences while extending support and resources to those who do not.
Harsh Moolani, LA19, won a grant of almost $0.5 million from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services to continue the work of Create Circles, which he launched during his undergraduate days at WashU. To alleviate loneliness among nursing home residents, the nonprofit pairs residents with trained students for collaborative work on longitudinal projects. Moolani is a second-year MD/MPH student at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Megan Kirk, LA19, earned one of 62 nationwide spots in the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition’s 2022 Next Gen Global Leaders Network, where she attended monthly sessions and a conference with Congress this past summer. The yearlong program engages a group of diverse, bipartisan young professionals in leadership, skills and mentorship training. Kirk is an English/language arts tutor at James Earl Rudder High School in Bryan, Texas.
Libby Jubas, LA19, earned a master’s degree in anesthesia from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in May and works as an anesthetist at University Hospital in Cleveland.
Evan Gates, LA19, was among the first Peace Corps volunteers to return from overseas after the global evacuation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is an education volunteer in the Eastern Caribbean, working with local community and partner organizations on sustainable development projects.