The Bloomberg reporter was recognized for her work on investigative podcast “In Trust.”
Kavanagh encourages current students to "never be afraid to reach out to the W&L network."
Nancy Reinhart '00 is a midwife and health care practitioner who empowers women and families during their pregnancy.
Kenny Sharp '12 is a singer/songwriter and owner of Brown Liquor Music.
Katie Wall Podracky '05 painted the landscape of more than 40 state parks during the COVID-19 shutdown.
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Bryan credits W&L for teaching him how to approach the complex problems he has tackled throughout his multi-faceted career.
A year after graduating, Tim Pierce ’20 uses data science to map job skills in Appalachian labor markets.
As an executive at the Department of Veterans Affairs and the United Services Organization, Navy veteran Ned Powell ’70 impacted the lives of many service members before retiring.
Washington and Lee University is proud to announce this year’s Distinguished Young Alumni Award winner. We will also celebrate the 2018 Distinguished Young Alumni Award Winners due to last year's Young Alumni Weekend cancellation. The recipients will each receive their awards during Young Alumni Weekend, October 25 -27. There is still plenty of time to register for the weekend if you haven’t already.
Washington and Lee University is proud to announce this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award winners
As public information specialist for the airport in Austin, Texas, Kaela Harmon ’05 combines data analysis with creativity for the aviation industry.
Capt. Clay Shaner ’04 left investment banking to fly the unfriendly skies as a combat pilot.
Inga Wells '16 is currently an analyst in the Financial Sponsors Group at Deutsche Bank.
Alex Castelli is an audit partner at CohnReznick LLP, a national accounting, tax and advisory firm. He lead's the firm’s Emerging Industries Practice which includes technology, life sciences, renewable energy and health care in addition to serving as the engagement partner on several clients primarily in the technology and life sciences industries.
As a student at Washington and Lee, Noelani Love ’05 made jewelry for fun and extra income. Today, she has turned that hobby into a thriving business.
David Chester '78 sets intense physical challenges that take him on epic hikes and rides.
Above or below the water, Sasha Doss '13 studies and connects with fish and their environment.