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.”
Six years and three Emmys after graduating from American University, Brandon Benavides, SOC/MA ’04, is back in Washington.