In her own words, Laura Gonzales, SOC/BA '99, reflects on finding Texas in Washington, D.C, her student days, and why she gives.
Bill Reihl, SOC/BA '94, enjoys the variety of public relations work. As executive vice president for strategy and planning at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, he directs the New York consumer marketing practice.
When Caroline Herter landed a job at Kaiser Family Foundation after earning her MA in Public Communication, she was excited. When she flew to LA to film her first public service announcement, she was ecstatic.
Narrated by actress Mia Farrow, As We Forgive tells the story of Rwanda’s rebirth through reconciliation. Laura Waters Hinson, MFA '07, won a Student Oscar for her thesis documentary.
Jim Brady, SOC BA/'89, helped to launch washingtonpost.com in 1996, spent four years at America Online and then returned to washingtonpost.com in 2004 as executive editor, helping it win the first-ever national Emmy for Web work in 2006.
Barry Josephson is an accomplished film and television producer, serving as president of his own production company Josephson Entertainment.