Eric VandenBerg ’09
At PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Eric VandenBerg performs various tax compliance, research, and planning projects for financial services clients.
“Being involved in various activities, from class work to varsity men’s soccer, Student Association to Outcry helped me grow intellectually, occupationally, and spiritually. I became solidified as the person I am in Jesus Christ and gained a better understanding of how I am to use the gifts he has blessed me with to advance his kingdom work.”
Brandon Huisenga ’10
Brandon Huisenga ensures the quality of the software as a whole as a senior testing analyst at Applied Systems. He tests user-reported bugs and the fixes provided by developers, as well as any new features that will be included in the next release. He is working toward Associate in General Insurance (AINS) certification. “My degree in computer science has been very helpful in my career. Even though I am not actively writing code in my everyday work, all of my programming courses help me to understand how the code works and how it affects the rest of the software, which makes me a better tester.”
Emily Ward ’09
In a world of dinosaur bones, mummies, and ancient artifacts from around the globe, media producer Emily Ward ’09 works with her team at Chicago’s Field Museum to produce informational videos for various exhibits. The museum attracts thousands of visitors viewing its collections of millions of specimens. For a while during her Trinity education, Ward was “running two tracks.” She loved the study of mathematics but began working with video production and discovered not only a love, but a talent, for the medium during a Trinity Interim trip to Nicaragua.