Spotlight on Hidden Physicists

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"Hidden Physicists" are people with a physics background, but without a typical physics job. Nearly 90% of all physicists are hidden physicists. The testimonials here are taken from Radiations, the physics honor society magazine. They are prime examples of the wide variety of careers available to physics majors -- careers you might have never even imagined! They include a businesswoman, a speech writer, a priest, a consultant, an anesthesiologist, a minister, a fighter pilot, a video game developer, and many many more! Check back for future additions to the list.

Meghan Anzelc, Lead Data Scientist for Zurich North America

Graham DeVey, Program Manager, Maui Economic Development Board

Ron Williams, Sr. Solutions Architect at American Airlines

Joanna Lucero, High School Science Teacher at Ann Richards School for Young Women in Austin, TX

Francisco LePort, Founder and Head of Research, Data Physics, and Hardware at Tachyus

Bruce Wexler, Partner, Litigation Department, Paul Hastings, LLP in New York, NY

Joel Peavy, Principal R&D Imagineer, Walt Disney Imagineering, Research & Development, Inc.

Timothy Chambers, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, University of Hartford

Casey M. Dedeugd, Medical Student, University of Central Florida

Austin Mardon, Technical Supervisor, John Dossetor Health Ethics Center, University of Alberta

Shanel Robinson, Information Technologies Manager, Saint Peter’s Healthcare System

Linda Rae Sande, Romance Novel Author

Charles L. Chipley, Medical Physicist, 21st Century Oncology, Inc.

Amy Nelson, Staff Software Engineer Architect, Disney

Renée Yoxon, Jazz Vocalist, Teacher, and Writer

Julian Voss-Andreae, Sculptor

Michael McNeary, Scientific Software Consultant, McNeary & Associates

Ian Harnarine, Adjunct Faculty, New York University

Ben Stein, Director, Inside Science, American Institute of Physics

Amy Rodgers, Sales and Trading Analyst, Citigroup Institutional Clients Group

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