Swimming for WashU brought them together. Today, a passion for providing access to learning keeps them on the university’s team.
Andrew and Barbara Taylor are two of the institution’s staunchest supporters. They cherish the opportunity to serve WashU, whether by leading a comprehensive campaign, fostering student success or sponsoring new areas of medical research.
Alumna Jane Hardesty Poole learned from her physician-father the importance of giving. Today, she continues to support the university in honor of his lifetime of service.
Michael and Noémi Neidorff are two of St. Louis’ most dedicated citizens. Their commitment and outreach make the city and the organizations they engage with better for all.
Alicia McDonnell, JD ’95, is a former prosecutor. Today, she encourages law students to pursue careers in public service.
Facing hardship, Jackson Ling persevered throughout his early life. Today, he leads a multinational with compassion and a desire to help change lives for the better.
Seeking change is a way of life for entrepreneurial philanthropist Cash Nickerson.
Once a scholarship recipient himself, alumnus Sidney Guller now returns the favor, endowing scholarships, a research fund for the university and Barnes-Jewish Heart & Vascular Center, and more.
Weil served on the faculty for 37 years as an art historian, and his contributions as a teacher, scholar, administrator and benefactor have left an indelible mark on the university and generations of students.
Over the past 35 years, the Bridgewaters have put down strong roots in St. Louis. In the process, they have left an indelible mark on the community and the university, helping educate capable and talented people.
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