Impression: Nina King
Growing up in Tampa, Florida, Nina King (L ’05), vice president and director of athletics at Duke University and adjunct professor of business, didn’t play sports, but was a dancer and was always a sports fan.
Impression: Ali Vitali
Ali Vitali [SLA ’12], Capitol Hill correspondent for NBC News, loved writing and knew she was interested in government and politics when she headed to college, and she learned to fuse those passions — along with her love of talking to and meeting new people — at Tulane.
Ampersand: William Rawlings & Bill Smith
A true crime story connects William Rawlings (M ’73, PHTM ’73) and Bill Smith (L ’66): But neither is the criminal or the victim.
Impression: Erin Chandler
For Erin Chandler (SLA ’18) the choice to attend Tulane was an easy one.
Impression: Juan Carlos Monterrey Gomez
Generations have often wondered what kind of world they might leave to their successors.
Impression: Ellie Helman Dylan
“When he got diagnosed, he said, ‘I’m going to beat it.’ And we thought, ‘Why don’t we just film it?’”
Impression: Judy Cooper
Many colors flash through the mind when thinking of New Orleans culture.
Impression: Christina Tegbe
Beauty is big business, but Christina Tegbe (B ’07) of Houston knew that natural ingredients often work as well as high-tech ones.
Trivia Frazier: Research Scientist & Business Innovator
Trivia Frazier (SSE ’08, M ’12, B ’18), president and CEO of Obatala Sciences, is passionate about her company’s work and is thrilled to be blazing a path for others interested in bioengineering research.
impression: Billy Witz
Billy Witz followed in his father’s footsteps to Tulane 41 years ago and took the road less traveled in becoming an award-winning sports journalist.