by Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts '99
"There was this overwhelming sense of goodness of kindness of decency amongst not just the faculty and not just the staff and not just the current students, but even the admitted students. You could see they were looking for something special around people’s ability to listen to one another, to be kind to one another to really just build something together."
Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts '99 (and his wife Camille '00) live in Denver, CO. His work has been focused as a family physician and serving underserved communities through healthcare. He shares his work, taking Capoeira as a hobby, his love for Carnival, and the importance of kindness in our lives.
Interview is part of the on-the-road 'We the Purple' Williams College alumni conversations held during Ephs on the Mooove in July 2021. Explore more conversations. 'We the Purple' concept and flags designed and donated by Penny Brewer '76, inspired initially as part of the class of 1976's 35th reunion celebration in 2010.