Conserving the Caribbean
Five Alums with Vision Lead the Way: Alastair Smith '05, Ann Magnin '76, Tap Pryor '49, James Rice '87, and Kate Bailey '97
Larry Morris ’65 received Taft’s highest alumni honor this year for his more than 40 years of work at the Quebec-Labrador Foundation, including as its president for three decades and for his role as a leader in the environmental and conservation fields. Read about Morris’s leadership at QLF with its broad-reaching, community-based conservation efforts.
Abby Fabiaschi ’98
Read about Abby Fabiaschi ’98, cofounder of Empower Her Network (EHN), a nonprofit that collaborates with survivors of human trafficking to help them on a path toward independence. Operating in several large cities and regions throughout the U.S., EHN helps break down barriers for victims of human trafficking.
Scott Barnsby ’94
Scott Barnsby ’94 has spent more than 10 years crisscrossing the country as a scout for the Cleveland Indians. Now as scouting director, his time is spent reading reports and talking with his staff about the club’s directions in the draft, but he’s still connected to the game he loves.
Bill Reynolds ’69
After a 35-year career as a painter and muralist, Bill Reynolds ’69 became a woodworking instructor, teaching newly blind adults to use woodworking tools (including some power tools) at the Carroll Center for the Blind, a leading blindness rehabilitation center in Newton, Massachusetts.
Eliza Clark '03
Based in Los Angeles, Eliza Clark '03 is both an accomplished playwright and the showrunner/executive producer of TNT's popular drama Animal Kingdom. On any given day, Clark is in the writers' room, the editing suite, on set, or in production meetings.