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Marquette University Presents Beyond MU: A Young Alumni Perspective
The Marquette Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Marquette University Alumni Association invite you to Beyond MU: A Young Alumni Perspective virtual program on Thursday, March 30. As a prospective student or prospective parent, you may already be thinking about what will happen after graduation and want to hear from Marquette alumni who finished their college journey and launched their careers. Recent graduates will share their Marquette story, and how the university shaped their success by preparing them to lead in their professional fields and communities.


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Devinne Love, Comm '18
Event Project Manager @Meeting Tomorrow
Devinne Love graduated from Marquette University College of Communication in 2018 with a degree in Public Relations. During her time at Marquette, Devinne was very involved throughout campus. She was an RA in Mashuda Hall, a Tour Guide for Admissions, President of the Women's Club Basketball team and was involved in many of the events in the Center for Intercultural Engagement. She currently serves on the Young Alumni Leadership Council at Marquette! After Marquette, Devinne went on to receive her Master's Degree from Loyola University Chicago. She is now an Event Project Manager for an AV Production company based in Chicago, IL.
Phil Parisi, Eng '20
Graduate Research Assistant @University of Rhode Island
Phil Parisi grew up in Naperville, IL and studied mechanical engineering at Marquette. During his ‘golden eagle’ years, Phil participated in the engineering co-op program, started a company with engineering colleagues, lived eight months in Germany, and grew a community pasta event which over 400 people attended. After a one-year stint at Sandia National Laboratories working on autonomous vehicles post-graduation, Phil returned for his Masters in ocean engineering at the University of Rhode Island. Phil seeks to expand the field of marine robotics with developments in search and rescue autonomy, low-cost ocean sensing systems, and autonomous aquaculture.
Omo Tseumah, Bus Ad ’17
Product marketing manager for Pixel hardware products @Google
Omo Tseumah, Bus Ad ’17, has a wealth of experience in a variety of industries coast to coast. She currently serves as a product marketing manager for Pixel hardware products, at Google in Los Angeles. There she works on cross device narratives across the Pixel ecosystem. Prior to her work at Google, she resided in New York City as a product marketing manager at Attentive and as an associate product marketing manager at Foursquare. Following graduation from Marquette in May 2017, she returned to her hometown of Chicago as a digital commerce consultant at Capgemini. During her time on campus, Omo was an Honors Program student and competed on the Division I Women's Track and Field team as a high jumper, where she received awards including, Big East all-academic and four-time BIG EAST conference high jump champion honors. She also served as a mentee in Marquette Mentors, the mentoring initiative of the Marquette University Alumni Association.