Meet some 2020 Wofford College graduates

Wofford became a second home for these Class of 2020 graduates. Over the past four years, they made lifelong friends, traveled the world, interned, participated in class, cheered for championship Division I athletics teams and prepared for bright futures.

Meet them and find out where their Wofford experience is taking them next.

Turner Bryant

Turner Bryant

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Major: physics; Minors: business, mathematics

Bryant was accepted into every graduate school she applied to and has chosen to attend Northeastern University to pursue a master’s degree in applied physics.

The Wofford experience in three words: challenging, rewarding, transformative.

Sergio Sum Munoz

Sergio Sum Munoz

Saluda, S.C.

Major: computer science; Minors: accounting, finance

Munoz had multiple job offers, but as decided to begin work as a software engineer for Wells Fargo in Charlotte, N.C.

The Wofford experience in three words: rewarding, growth, opportunities.

Kern Kinley-Howard

Kern Kinley-Howard

Florence, S.C.

Major: biology, sociology and anthropology

Kinley-Howard will be attending the James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina.

The Wofford experience in three words: valuable, rewarding, transformative.

Chandler Compton

Chandler Compton

Cedar Grove, N.C.

Major: English, international affairs

Compton’s goal is to earn commission as a U.S. Marine Corps officer, and he has been accepted into the U.S. Marine Corps Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va.

The Wofford experience in three words: invigorating, enlightening, fulfilling.

Lydia Estes

Lydia Estes

Carlisle, Pa.

Major: art history and Spanish

Estes has been selected to serve in the Peace Corps in Guatemala. The program is on hold through September and Estes’ assignment in subject to change but joining the Peace Corps remains her next step.

The Wofford experience in three words: heart-warming, life-defining, world-opening.

Blake Jeresaty

Blake Jeresaty

Charleston, S.C.

Major: economics; Minor: finance

Jeresaty will complete his football eligibility with the University of Illinois and work toward a master’s degree in Finance at Gies Business School. Eventually he plans to begin a career in the banking industry in Charlotte, N.C.

The Wofford experience in three words: rewarding, competitive, communal.