Passion for Public Service

Cassandra Kirk ’89 is the Chief Magistrate Judge for Fulton County in Atlanta, GA. Fueled by a passion for public service, she shares her ongoing quest for teaching and learning, a shared sense of connection while at Williams, and how she is shaping a first-of-its-kind model court that emphasizes serving the local community. Continue reading »

A Try

a man dressed in tan shorts and a purple shirt, with a white baseball cap with letters that read 'rugby' holding a purple flag that says 'We the Purple

Steve Troyer '86 lives in Los Gatos, CA. He is involved in the technology and data security sector, where he has led and helped lead various companies. We got to hear about his advocacy for mental health (a cause close to his heart and family) and the community he found through rugby during and after his time at Williams. Continue reading »

Digging for Knowledge

a person standing outside a museum entrance holding a purple flag that says 'We the Purple' and lettering above the entrance reads 'Natural History Museum of Utah'

Hailing from Salt Lake City, Linda Aaron '85 shares her journey in education as a youth development programs manager at the Natural History Museum of Utah. We chat about connecting youth with the outdoors, facing a breast cancer diagnosis, and meeting a diverse community at Williams. Continue reading »

A Scoop of Joy

Frank holding a 'We the Purple' flag in front of Clementine's.

A serial entrepreneur, Frank Uible '85 co-founded Clementine's Creamery in St. Louis, MO, a childhood vision from his fiancée to bring joy and connection through a scoop of ice cream. He talks about mentorship, supporting causes in the community, the impact of Williams classmates, and gratitude to his grandfather and father. Continue reading »

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