Stacy Leeds, AB ’94, is the first Indigenous woman to be named dean of a law school (first at the University of Arkansas in 2011 and now at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law).
As a geoarchaeologist, Caitlin Rankin, MA ’16, PhD ’20, transforms long-standing answers into bold new questions.
Harsh Moolani founded Create Circles as a WashU undergrad. The nonprofit that pairs older adults with college students is now a national organization with some 700 volunteers in 33 states.
As chief operating officer of Sporting News Holdings, Shaun Koiner, oversees a legacy brand that’s been around since 1886. Now, it is global and more robust than it’s been in decades. (Photo: Terrence Jones)
For lawyer, investment group co-founder and sports fan Fitzann Reid, JD ’12, owning an Italian basketball team is the first step to writing her own rules as an international sports executive.
Sandy and Karen Teplitzky are committed to fighting hate through the Mobile Museum of Tolerance.
Matt Bayer, AB ’11, crunches numbers and analyzes data to help St. Louis’ beloved Cardinals make the best baseball decisions.
Nisha Patel, MSW ’98, has spent more than two decades at the forefront of the philanthropic and political landscape, leading and implementing initiatives that increase economic opportunities for families with low income.
From WashU to GWU, Imani Cheers has documented the stories of the disenfranchised. Now she’s teaching others to do the same.
Kristina Grimm, BArch ’06, uses her architecture degree to cobble together a career at Reebok.
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