For Russ Shaw, BSBA ’85, the founder of Tech London Advocates and Global Tech Advocates, achieving the honorary title Commander of the British Empire (CBE) was a shock. “When I received the congratulatory email last November, I fell off my chair,” he says. The highest Order of the British Empire award below knighthood or damehood, […]
How did alumna Freid Brown end up the first woman to lead a chartered university in Kenya? According to Brown, it wasn’t by design.
While earning an MBA at WashU, Nina Leigh Krueger joined Purina as an intern and never left. Now, she’s the company’s first female CEO of the Americas.
Michael Holmes was determined to make a difference, and with a little guidance from above, help from pharmaceutical companies and some ingenuity, he started saving lives with Rx Outreach.
Alumnus Karl Zelik is taking on common back pain with wearable technology that helps reduce back strain and injury risk.
With creativity and determination, alumna Jillian Shatken is leading her fashion line, Saylor, toward a most important trend: sustainability.
Josiah Cox’s utilities company has grown to service multiple states while also changing how we access clean water.
Lisa G. Byers draws on her American Indian ancestry to shape her students into culturally aware social workers.
His work in pharmaceuticals has brought drugs to market that have saved countless lives, and Frank Jiang is just getting started.
Veronica Swanson teams up with a basketball superstar to empower female coffee farmers.
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