2015 Class Notes
MBA, is the current Director of Government Affairs at Wounded Warrior Project and has testified in front a Congress multiple times regarding a host of veteran issues and legislative bills. He moved to Washington, D.C., in 2015 to work at the White House under the Joining Forces Initiative in the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama and graduated from UofSC's MBA program while working there. Using his military background and knowledge of federal-level veteran policy learned from his time at Joining Force, he continued advocating for veterans at the national level.
Law, has joined Baker, Ravenel & Bender as an associate.
Broadcast Journalism, landed her dream job in the NFL as the digital media and sideline reporter for the Indianapolis Colts.
has been elected editor-in-chief of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law for the 2017-18 term. He will also be teaching legal writing to first-year law students while serving as a Dean’s Fellow. Vermont Law School is the top-ranked environmental law school in the country. As editor-in-chief, Crowder will be responsible for leading the full staff of Volume 19 of the environmental law journal. He previously served as a staff editor during 2016-17.
College of Arts and Sciences, has joined Sowell Gray Robinson Stepp & Laffitte, LLC as a new attorney
Marine Science, participated in Cooper Medical School of Rowan University's (CMSRU) annual White Coat Ceremony for the school's new class of 2020.
Biomedical Engineering, is the Quality Engineer for DePuy Synthese Spine
Public Relations, and her husband Will Boggs '13, International Business Administration, have formed an anti-trafficking organization called Raise A Voice after completing a yearlong service and research endeavor around the world learning about the global injustice of human trafficking and are currently writing a book on the subject.
Journalism, will be performing at this year's Nashville House festival at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas.