Career Peers play a fundamental role in our office. They provide peer-to-peer support in the areas of resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and navigating Handshake. Our Peers are here to help you during the fall and spring either via in-person or virtual appointments. Scroll the page to read their bios and schedule an appointment!
Major(s): Business Administration & Computer Science
Hometown: Cary, NC
Career Goals: I'm interested in pursuing a career within the fields of consulting, tech, or business analytics.
Favorite Carolina Moment: My favorite moment at Carolina has definitely been rushing Roy Williams' Court and Franklin Street after UNC's win over Duke in the Final Four
My name is Allen and I'm a junior studying Business and Computer Science. At UNC, I'm involved with numerous business and computer science clubs, including 180 Degrees Consulting and the Business Technology Club. Outside of Carolina, I have experience working at small businesses, startups, and large companies. By being a Career Peer, I hope to provide advice and help students navigate their career journeys.
Major(s): Psychology and Media Journalism
Hometown: Columbia, SC
Career Goals: I hope to work in public relations!
Favorite Carolina Moment: Definitely winning against Duke in the Final Four and rushing Franklin!
Hi! My name is Victoria Johnson and I’m so excited to be working with you all. I chose to be a career peer because I love working and connecting with people. I hope to be able to reach each and every person I work with and elevate them towards their goals and ambitions! Let’s get started!
Major(s): Business Administration (Minor: Computer Science)
Hometown: Cary, NC
Career Goals: Operations & Consulting Management
Favorite Carolina Moment: Winning our last home football game against Duke!
Hey, I'm Eden! Pronounced ed-in. I'm excited to be working with you all this semester. If I'm not at the Career Services office, you can find me working for Kenan-Flagler's Global Programs or for the UBP Community Equity & Inclusion affinity groups. I've worked in tech and finance and will be working for Bank of America upon graduation. I look forward to helping you prepare for your career!
Major(s): Medical Anthropology & Public Policy
Hometown: Hillsborough, NC
Career Goals: I hope to work in health policy or hospital administration!
Favorite Carolina Moment: Getting to meet the miniature therapy horses at Davis before exams
Hello! My name is Evyn, and I’m excited to work with you all as a Career Peer! I’m a medical anthropology and public policy major, with a policy field concentration in health policy, bioethics, and human rights. Outside of class, I’m a member of several student organizations on campus relating to health and social advocacy, including Hearts for the Homeless and Tar Heels at the Table. As a career peer, I hope to help people build on their own strengths, and pursue their academic and career interests!
Major(s): Economics (Japanese minor)
Hometown: Cary, NC
Career Goals: I’d love to work in the finance and/or business analytics field!
Favorite Carolina Moment: Spending Halloween on Franklin St.
Hi, I’m Sreya and I’m a sophomore studying economics! I am currently involved in various organizations on campus, such as Business Cares and UNC Electra (ultimate frisbee). Outside of
this, I manage my own small baking business. I’m excited to be a Career Peer due to the opportunities I will have to connect with people and assist students in reaching their career goals.
I look forward to working with you!
Class: First Year Graduate Student
Degree: Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in Health Equity
Hometown: Gainesville, FL
Career Goals: I am interested in working in public health focusing on health equity work and health communications.
Favorite Carolina Moment: My favorite moment at Carolina was watching the Duke football game and watching us win!
Hi! My name is Stassi Kiousis, and I am a first-year graduate student at Gillings. I cannot wait to work with you all this semester! I’m excited to help with your career development, especially with decisions regarding graduate school. I want to use my knowledge of navigating graduate school applications, so you are able to successively get into the programs you want after undergrad. I have worked career services, communications, and public health. I hope I will be able to support your needs this semester!