A Q&A with Taft Bulletin Editor Linda Hedman Beyus
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"Environmental issues have long been a punching bag for politicians, especially in the West," Jonathan Oppenheimer '92 says, "but we believe that we can support development while also preserving our core environmental values."
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The Montana E Bar L Ranch, owned by Juanita Vero '91 and her family, is situated on 8,000 acres that Vero is engaged in protecting for the future.
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Anthony Howe ’73
Howe designed the Rio Olympics cauldron, a kinetic sculpture that provided a resplendent backdrop for the flame with a kaleidoscope effect in August 2017.
Jane Kinney ’06
As assistant director for the Commercial Spaceflight Federation (CSF), Kinney supports CSF’s engagement with government entities, industry experts, and entrepreneurs for opportunities in the commercial space industry.
Christopher Persley ’91
Persley put his education career on hold to become a stay-at-home dad to his daughter, Camilla, and now chronicles this experience on his blog, The Brown Gothamite, in addition to being a fatherhood advocate.