We’re still here: Mitra Kermani ’20

After graduation, Mitra Kermani ’20 of Louisville, Colorado, is set to work for Milliman IntelliScript in Brookfield, Wisconsin. She will be a technical analyst.

At Ripon, she has a double major in mathematics and philosophy and a minor in religion.

“The most important lessons I learned from Ripon is to depend on and use your support system,” she says. “Ripon has given me such an amazing support system and community that I know I can always depend on — even if we can’t be physically together like right now.”

She says that, currently, “being off campus is not my ideal situation to end an amazing four years at Ripon.“However, the connections and relationships I made at Ripon will survive the distance and I cannot wait till we can all physically re-connect.”


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