PhD alums from FSU's Rhetoric and Composition Program are quite active in the profession. Here's what they are doing now:

Leah F. Cassorla 2015

Dissertation: The Shifting Sands of Authority in the Age of Digital Convergence
Current Position: Publications Coordinator at Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Professional Interests: Intersectionality of network theory, digital convergence, network and surveillance rhetoric, and rhetoric of the Other.

Kendra L. Mitchell 2015

Dissertation: Language in the Center: A Case Study of Multilingual Learners in a Historically Black University Writing Center
Current Position: Lecturer, University of Pretoria, Groenkloof (Fulbright ETA assignment)
Professional Interests: HBCUs, rhetorical silences, multilingualism, and the intersections of race, literacy, and writing center studies

Christine Martorana 2015

Dissertation: " Looking Outside to Empower Within: Feminist Activists, Feminist Agency, and the Composition Classroom"
Current Position: Assistant Professor of English and Writing Program Director at College of Staten Island
Professional Interests: feminist agency, feminist activism, and composition pedagogy