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  • Exec Shares Business Expertise
    with Nonprofit Organizations

    Though he spent a quarter century as a high-powered executive, Paul Satenstein, KSB/BSBA '83, says his most fulfilling work is for nonprofit organizations, such as overseeing initiatives that raised more than $2.5 million for City of Hope.

  • Ye Wang.

    Soaking Up Chinese Culture, in Beijing and Hong Kong

    Ye Wang, a recipient of the Masonic Foundation of the District of Columbia's Stewart W. Miner Scholarship and the James Edward Miller Chapman Scholarship, is spending some time beyond the beltway.

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    Leadership Path Born at AU

    Today, L. Trenton Marsh, KSB/BSBA ’02, tries to inspire youth to commit to personal and educational success, through lectures, workshops, and his involvement with organizations like Hoop Dreams.

  • Rebecca Andersen

    Kogod Alumna Named One to Watch

    PR News names Rebecca Andersen, KSB/BSBA '01 a winner of its "15 to Watch" award, which honors budding public relations leaders and creative practitioners under 30.

  • Banking on Success

    Coimbatore Subramian Ramanathan has put his education at American University’s School of International Service (SIS) to good use, focusing his in-school research on development, microfinance, microinsurance, and communication.

  • Doing Big Business in a Small Town

    How useful can a degree in international studies be when its holder works in a small town? More so than you might think.