The Young Alumni Chapter (YAC) welcomes two new volunteers: Matt Bormet, CAS-SPA/BA ’03, and Caitlin Douglas, SOC-SPA/BA ’08. They share a love of AU and a desire – and the skills – to improve the experience of fellow young alumni in the D.C. area.
Natasha Barrett, SOC/BA '00, shares the news about her career and her upcoming 10-year reunion.
Microsoft’s senior product manager, Paul Sanford, SOC/BA ’98, plugs into two types of networks—one driven by technology and the other of a more human sort—as Seattle alumni chapter leader.
Radio talk show host and TV personality Clark Howard, SPA/BA ’76, demonstrates the duality of fortune—frugality and generosity—by acting as a money coach on his nationally syndicated show and building homes for Habitat for Humanity.
Jennifer Collins, SOC/BA ’94, a PR professional, gets an adrenaline rush from each successful event she manages as founder and president of The Event Planning Group (TEPG).
Barry Levinson is an Academy Award-winning director, screenwriter and producer. He has won over 21 awards and received 19 nominations for his work. Levinson won the 1988 Best Director Oscar for the film Rain Man.