|Women's Law Society at William & Mary||
Callie Carnemark, President. Callie grew up in Bethesda, MD but fell in love
with New Orleans during her time at the Newcomb College of Tulane University where she studied Spanish and Anthropology. Callie taught in Spain for two years prior to law school, and although she loved her experiences abroad, she plans to return to New Orleans next summer where she will be working for two firms with strong energy and general litigation practice areas.
Kaitlin Cannavo, Secretary. Kaitlin is from Fredericksburg, Virginia. She graduated from Virginia Tech in 2010. She is interested in regulatory work, and she will be working at a firm in Richmond, Virginia next summer.
Tess Rowley, Event Coordinator. Tess is a 1L and recent University of South Carolina graduate. She earned her B.S. in Business and was able to pursue her passion for women's issues with a minor in Women and Gender Studies.
Rebecca Pensak, Social Chair. Rebecca is a 2L from North Eastern Pennsylvania and is a 2012 graduate of West Chester University. She is interested in pursuing a career in public interest and criminal law in the Richmond, Virginia area.
Debbie Wong, Treasurer. Debbie is from Needham, MA, right outside Boston. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2010 with a B.S. in Commerce concentrating in Finance and Marketing. She is interested in employment law and general litigation, and she will be working at a firm in D.C. next summer.
Hannah Needleman, Alumnae Liaison. Hannah is from Niceville, Florida. She is a recent graduate of the University of Florida with a B.S. in Biology. She is interested in pursuing a career in international human rights.
Nadia Abramson, Co-President. Nadia was born in South Florida and graduated from McGill University in Montreal with a double major in Political Science and English Literature. She is interested in human rights law, and interned for Equality Now, a women's rights organization, in the past.
Sarah Wiley. Sarah is a 1L and recent graduate of Denison University with a degree in political science, with minors in history and religion. She is interested in working in public interest law and government and is passionate about politics.
Kristen Clark, Academic Chair. Kristen is from Richmond, VA, and graduated from William and Mary in 2012 with a double major in Biology and Government. She is
interested in environmental law, and she will be working for the
Southern Environmental Law Center next summer.