Michael Kalmbach

by Lucy Font
Interviewed by Ryan Drummond

Michael Kalmbach graduated from University of Delaware in 2008 with a Masters of Fine Arts degree. He entered the workforce at the peak of the economic recession, and started a job as an admissions counselor at Delaware College of Art and Design in Wilmington. As an expectant father and former high school art teacher, Kalmbach was hoping to get a higher-paying job, perhaps as a college professor. He was also dissatisfied with the nature of his work. He found it difficult to advise students to pursue an art degree if he believed that they would do better in a different line of work, or attending a different school.

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Christina Carestia

The Path to ESPN

by Julia Butchen

Interviewed by Ryan Drummond

If someone was to ask you, “What do you think it’s like to work at ESPN?”, what do you think you would say? University of Delaware alumni, Christina Carestia, was able to give us insight to this question when she sat with AmazingAlumni founder, Ryan Drummond, and gave us all a look into the world of Sports Media, and the fast pace life of working at the world’s largest sports programming network, ESPN.

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