Alumni Connection

Career Services 


Sirah Camara

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Hometown: Dakar, Senegal
Graduation Year: 2015
Involvement while at Siena: Women’s Basketball, International Club, Resident Assistant
Current Position: Consulting Analyst at Cerner Corporation
Why you chose Siena: Because of the opportunity it gave me to play basketball in college and I loved the atmosphere.
Words of wisdom for future/current students: Enjoy these next 4 years and make sure you get involved. It will not only help you strengthen your resume but you’ll make relationships that will last a lifetime. Take advantage of all that Siena has to offer!

Kendric Thomas

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Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN
Graduation Year: 2016
Involvement while at Siena: SAAC, Football, Men of Distinction, Meaning of Color (unity of Us)
Current Position: Chase Bank Accountant Specialist
Why you chose Siena: “The size of the campus and intimate feel when on it. The class size was great and the potential success on the football team”
Words of wisdom to future/current students: “The city of Adrian does not speak for the campus. Siena Height’s campus has so many things to do. As a student, you must allow yourself to find new opportunities or clubs outside of your initial reasoning for attending SHU. You have to go find it or sometimes it finds you as you walk through the UC. Be open to hearing about new things from upperclassmen. Also remember that it is and will forever be SHU versus EVERYBODY!”

Rashawn Calvert

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Hometown: Grand Rapids, Mi
Graduation Year: 2016
Education: BA in Psychology & Grad Student at Fort Hays State University
Current Position: Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant Coach at McPherson College
Involvement while at Siena: Women’s Basketball, SAAV, and MIC
Why you chose Siena: “Basketball brought me there, the people kept me there. It felt like a home away from home.”

Patrick Allen

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Hometown: South Haven, Mi
Graduation Year: 2016
Education: Nursing
Current Position: Doctor of Nursing Program at Wayne State University
Involvement while at Siena: First African American male to graduate from the Nursing Program at Siena Heights University. While at Siena, Patrick maintained a 3.74 cumulative grade point average, appeared on the Dean’s list five times and was the first McNair Scholar in the Nursing Department. Siena Heights Involvements included being the Treasurer for the Siena Student Nursing Association, an Anatomy and Physiology Tutor, Habitat for Humanity and Hope center volunteer as well as participating in food drives. Patrick’s personal goals include operating a community clinic in an urban area where people without resources need treatment, possibly continuing his research on the correlation between culture and patient care or potentially become a professor. He lives Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s dream by opening doors for future nursing students in the McNair Program, being a Male Nurse and his future aspirations of giving back to urban communities through his craft. He was the 2016 MLK Jr. Award Winner.