Chloe Williamson graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College in May of 2016. During her senior year she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received departmental honors in the English department for her creative writing thesis on the role of identity in regional literature. Her thesis was supported by the competitive Pamela Daniels Fellowship, and won the Charlotte Paul-Reese Memorial Prize for Creativity in Writing Fiction.
Kevin grew up in the college town of Northampton, Massachusetts. In 2016, he graduated with high honors from Cornell University, where he majored in history. In college, Kevin tutored disadvantaged high school students in SAT prep and mentored first-year history majors. After a year of gaining “life experience,” Kevin will begin his master’s in history at McGill University in September 2017. He hopes to eventually become either a professor or a museum curator. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys playing frisbee, reading about the theory of empires, and eliciting eye-rolls with his “dad jokes.”