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Where are they now?

Here, we list and chronicle what happens to our incredibly talented members after they leave the School of Honors and embark on new journeys. If you have graduated from the School of Honors and are not listed here, but would like to be, email the School of Honors.

Megan Sharp Weatherly

SFASU Class of 2004, Honor Student Association President 2002-2003 spent the years after graduation working in Japan as a writer/editor for two magazines. She returned to the U.S. in early 2008 to pursue a graduate degree in history.

Julie Schellberg

Business Performance Analyst, Shell Rocky Mountain Production, LLC, Exploration and Production Americas (Denver, CO)

Financial Modeling Consultant, Finance and Management Consultancy, Central Finance, Shell Oil Company (Houston, TX)

Risk and Insurance Advisor for Renewables and Hydrogen, Risk and Insurance, Central Finance, Shell Oil Company (Houston, TX)

My current role involves supporting the Shell's US Onshore Leadership Team with management information and analysis on production, deferment, planning and costs four our gas fields in Pinedale, WY and South Texas.  I also do 90 Day Plan forecasting for production and deferment and work on process improvements. 

Working in oil and gas is challenging and rewarding because it is always changing and is at the forefront of a national discussion. 

Outside of work, I play ultimate frisbee and am taking advantage of all the awesome outdoor activities Colorado has to offer - hiking, kayaking, skiing, mountain biking. 



Karisha Cran     Brandi Smith
Karisha Cran (May 2002)
Brandi Smith (May 2001)
Jeremy Swanson     Kim Johnson
Jeremy Swanson (August 2002)
Kim Johnson (May 2000)



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