Christian Dutilh

Christian Dutilh
  • Class of 2011
  • Hometown: Falls Church, VA
  • Major(s): International Relations & Hispanic Studies
  • Archived Blogger

About Christian Dutilh

Well, where to begin? Hi, I’m Christian Dutilh, a graduate of the College of William & Mary– Class of 2011. I majored in International Relations with a minor in Hispanic Studies and received the best education I could ever imagine. Back in Williamsburg, I was big into music– I sang with the Stairwells a cappella group and was a member of the AMP Music Committee. I was also active with Students Helping Honduras, a popular service trip on campus.

Now I’ve graduated and I’ve got a lot under my belt already. I’ve worked at a restaurant to pay for a backpacking excursion across Central America where I traveled to Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama with a buddy of mine. After I got back, I spent some time doing residential construction, earned my Virginia Real Estate license, and joined up with Weichert Realtors in McLean. In mid-2012 I was offered a job as an analyst with Jones Lang LaSalle, a commercial real estate services and advisory company, and I’m loving it.

If you have any questions, go ahead and look me up!

Posts by Christian Dutilh

Real estate: a world within itself

I’m sitting here writing a blog post and realized that in the several months that I’ve been working at my first (real) job, I

First Apartment: The Reprisal of the Collegiate “No Parents!” Sentiment

I remember it clearly. Like it was just yesterday. My first morning and William & Mary. The freedom! The opportunity! The nausea! Oh wait,

Meandering Through Nicaragua

After a few arduous weeks of traveling, I just arrived in Leon, a friendly city in the heart of Nicaragua. Tomorrow we’re thinking about

Just Wingin’ It: Guatemala

I’m sitting in a hostel in Flores, Guatemala. Basically in the middle of the Central American jungle, Flores is a small island in the

Vagabonding: My Post-Grad Plans

Hello W&M World! I shudder when the thought comes to mind, but I am now considered a graduate of the College of William &

The Joys of Black Expressive Culture

I wanted to do a quick post about my absolute favorite class this semester– a music course entitled Black Expressive Culture, taught by Gayle


I know I just posted, but I wanted to express how excited I am for this upcoming Charter Day weekend. Did you know that

Life Lesson #728: Pay your natural gas bill

I’ve been living in my same house off campus for over two and a half years right now and it’s never been better. Over

Catching up with Christian

Wow. I haven’t blogged on here since October and, currently in the midst of finals, I cannot possibly find a nicer way to procrastinate