Puffs with Purpose

How J.J. and wife Catherine are preventing childhood food allergies one puff snack at a time

Dilia Caballero

Committed to Balancing Work and Family

Between working as an attorney in the Brokerage Legal Department for E*TRADE Financial and raising four kids all under the age of 14, I’ve learned a thing or two about what it takes to balance professional and personal life. Here are my pointers for succeeding professionally. Have an open mind with your career. You may…

Solita Alexander

Committed to Opportunities for Personal and Community Uplift

By Solita Alexander | In my quiet moments, I reflect on my life and how I’ve gotten to where I am. There have been a multitude of moments, of experiences, of people, and they all contribute to my firm commitment to service and social justice. Whether I am in my hometown or in some faraway…

Allison Gillette Quidditch

Commitment to Quidditch: One Scholar’s Quest for Gold

By Allison Gillette (2008) |  When I received the email stating that I had been selected to play on the first-ever U.S. National Quidditch team, I reread it at least four times before it finally set in. Quidditch is more than a sport to me. My involvement in it connected me to a family and…

Jason Shah

A Commitment to Entrepreneurship and Educational Opportunities

By Jason Shah (2007) | In 2012, launching a company or nonprofit is the thing to do. Why not? It offers autonomy, promises of riches or praise, and the chance to drive more change in the world than any entry-level job allows. When I launched INeedAPencil.com in 2005 to provide affordable (free!) online SAT preparation…

Kari Knight Stevens

Celebrating the Gift of Life

By Kari Knight Stevens (1999) | I never thought much about my kidneys. In fact, I probably thought more about kidney beans or kidney-shaped swimming pools than about my own kidneys. Then, in my 30th year, I started thinking about them all the time. My name is Kari Knight Stevens. I am a 1999 Coca-Cola…