Posted on: Friday, December 11th, 2015
Kelly Mae Kerlin (E&H '14) has a new job working at the American Society of Clinical Oncology as their Program Associate for their annual meeting in Chicago. The meeting draws 37,000 doctors, physicians, and other vendors to help teach and learn new techniques for curing cancer. Meeting planners work a year in advance to prepare for the event.
She gives much of the credit for this success to the work she did as a former sales person in the IT industry, and for the experience she gained through three internships while a student. Kelly Mae says, "I am absolutely so thrilled to do what I have been passionate about for a long time."