A year after the devastating earthquake that shook Haiti, dedicated AU alumni are working in the area, empowering Haitians to rebuild their country.
The Equal Rights Amendment, providing equal rights for women, expired in 1982. Carolyn Cook ’90 is trying to change that.
Kathy Kiely, SOC/MA ’08, juggles her jobs as National Journal’s managing political editor and AU School of Communication adjunct professor.
Sylvia Johnson, SOC/MA, is a freelance filmmaker and Fulbright scholar whose thesis film has grown into a self-sustaining nonprofit organization providing scholarships for students in the marginalized, poverty-stricken district of Alagados, Brazil.
Multimedia journalist Alexandra Garcia, SOC/BA ’05, received two regional Emmy Awards this summer for her work on washingtonpost.com.
From the top of the PR industry to unemployment to reality TV stardom, Kelly Smith Beaty, SOC/MA ’05, turns hardship into opportunity as she competes to become Donald Trump’s next “Apprentice.”