Kevin Scott ’94 took his computer science degree from Lynchburg on to a cutting-edge career at some of the biggest tech behemoths, now dubbed “the engineer who saved LinkedIn” and leading at Microsoft as its Chief Technology Officer.
As a Lynchburg student, J.T. Podell ’15 DPT benefited from personal attention from his professors. Now, working in rehab and training in the pro sports world, he makes it a point to relay his own experience to his staff.
Now a pro sports physical therapist, Jeff Taylor ’11, ’15 DPT traces his successes all the way back through grad school to lessons he learned in Lynchburg undergrad exercise physiology classes.
As a criminology major, Caitlin Dorsch ’20 explored aspects of interpersonal violence and sociology through research, which has helped her pave the way toward a doctorate and graduate assistantship.
Having explored chemistry studies as a lab assistant and at internships with NASA and the Department of Energy, Laurel Nicks ’21 found her niche in environmental chemistry at Lynchburg and is pursuing her master’s at William & Mary.
After majoring in biomedical science and chemistry at Lynchburg, Alyson Black ’16 was equipped to take some huge strides. She now has a PhD in biomedical sciences and has done groundbreaking work conducting molecular analyses of tumors.
Delia LoSapio ’19 didn’t limit herself while at Lynchburg, complementing her biomedical science major with three minors and leadership on the University EMS squad — plus studying abroad, publishing research, and playing soccer!
Studying health promotion at Lynchburg, Lacey Teal ’21, ’22 MPH found strong support from her professors, fine-tuned her career goals, and netted a promising internship while following through with her master’s.
During her time at Lynchburg, Nat LeDonne ’18 found her niche in photography and took off — growing under a mentorship that saw her soar on sports fields and landed her in a top position at Duke University Athletics.
Dustin Williams ’05 made it a point to get hands-on experience in every aspect of a stage production while pursuing his theatre degree at Lynchburg. He went on to found Wolfbane Productions, a prominent and popular theater company in Appomattox.