Sarah George 12’ B.A. in Philosophy & English Minor

After graduation, Sarah worked as a Staff Assistant in Washington D.C. for the United States Conference of Sarah_GeorgeCatholic Bishops in the Secretariat of Clergy, Consecrated Life, and Vocations. She spent 2014 as a Catholic Volunteer Network AmeriCorps worker in Kentucky.  With the help of Dr. Christopher Anadale of the Philosophy Department, she recently founded and became Executive Director of Emmaus Farm Inc., located in Lewis County, which serves as a spiritual retreat for high school and college volunteers and a base for their service. Visit their website & social media pages to learn more about Sarah’s work.                


Andy Shaw 07’ B.A. in Theatre/Music/English

Andy has been working as an actor, designer, and technician in the Philadelphia area since receiving his Andy_ShawMasters in Theatre from Villanova University in 2010. He currently works full-time as a Production Manager for Act II Playhouse in Ambler, PA, and as actor in their Theatre for Young Audiences series. He’s worked as an actor at Montgomery Theater, Quince Productions, and the Broadway Theatre of Pitman; as a lighting designer for the Upper Merion Consortium for the Arts, Gwynedd-Mercy High School, and Beacon Theatre Productions; and as a technical director for The Masque of LaSalle University and the Gwynedd-Mercy High School Performing Arts Center. Visit the Act II Playhouse website to learn more!


Katie Price 15’ BA in English & Business and Education Minor

Katie is in her second year of Teach for America as a humanities teacher at Marion Academy, an alternative Katie_Pricecharter program in Indianapolis. She works at their Pride Academy site in the Resource Treatment Facility that serves youth who have experienced some kind of trauma. She gives students who are not being served by the traditional educational system another path to earn their high school diploma. She recently completed a fund-raising initiative to assemble a book collection and purchase equipment to enhance her students’ reading skills. She says the Mount opened her eyes to “servant leadership and how important it is to be a leader who is always at the service of those around them.”