Rosemary Bajorek is a Career Counselor in the Office of Career and Professional Development. Rose, a WCL alumna, focuses on counseling students interested in law firms, particularly small to mid-size firms. Previously, Rose worked at Arent Fox LLP as an associate in the Complex Litigation Group and in the Office of the General Counsel at the Federal Trade Commission. Rose earned her J.D. from the American University Washington College of Law and her B.B.A. in Marketing from the University of Notre Dame.
Kim Harvey is the Manager of Employer Outreach in the Office of Career & Professional Development. Kim conducts strategic outreach to public and private sector employers, with a particular focus on identifying and creating opportunities for recent graduates. Kim has previously worked as a corporate lawyer for large private practice firms in Sydney and London, and as a legal recruitment consultant for a global recruitment company. Kim completed both her law degree and her B.A. in Political Science at the Australian National University.
Rachel Kohler is the Assistant Director for Public Service Careers in the Office of Career & Professional Development. She specializes in counseling students considering careers in public service, including non-profit organizations and federal or local government. Previously, Rachel worked at the Network for Victim Recovery of DC, providing legal representation to crime victims in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, predominantly serving survivors of gender-based violence. Rachel also has a background in providing legal advice to low-income residents of DC and Maryland. Rachel is a graduate of Georgetown University Law School, and received her BA in English from Franklin & Marshall College.
Juan J. Nunez is the Data Specialist in the Office of Career and Professional Development. His responsibilities include collecting, analyzing, and communicating data as it pertains to the career development of current students and the employment status of alumni. Previously, Juan worked as a research assistant in the Department of Sociology at Boston College. Juan earned his M.A. in Sociology from Boston College and his B.A. in Sociology from the University of San Francisco.
In addition to providing general career guidance, Kirsten specializes in counseling students considering judicial clerkships and internships. Kirsten began her legal career by clerking for the Honorable Frederick J. Scullin, Jr., Chief Judge of the Northern District of New York. She then practiced litigation at Latham & Watkins, LLP, in Washington D.C., for several years, before joining the Office of International Affairs in the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice for six years. Kirsten received her JD from Cornell Law School, her MA in Comparative Literature from the University of Toronto, and her BA in English from Simon Fraser University.