Learning, serving, and growing in knowledge, thanks to Taft's travel and study grants.
Harlow Giles Unger '49 masters the writing of historical biographies
Vaughan Scully ’83
Heights Woodworking, Vaughan Scully’s Brooklyn, New York-based and decades-old custom carpentry shop fabricates intricate and impressive front doors adorning many historic brownstone townhouses, as well as cabinets, stairs, windows, and moldings.
Jennifer Wolter ’96
Jennifer Wolter is a founder of S.A.F.E.R., the Survivors of Abuse Feeling Empowered for Re-Entry program, at the Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston, a program that works to end domestic violence, offering trauma-informed, gender-specific support for men and women in custody.
John Wyman ’10
John Wyman ’10 traded his corporate office in Times Square for the desert plains and mountains of Utah, where he’s now an advanced field lead at Elements Traverse, a wilderness therapy program for young adults battling issues such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, addiction, and suicidal behavior.
Stacey Rudnick '85
In her role as director of the Center of Leadership and Ethics at McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, Stacey Rudnick gives MBA students the tools to become the “effective, thoughtful, moral leaders that businesses so desperately need,” she says