Having transferred to Lynchburg, Mei White ’26 found herself on a supportive and enthusiastic swim team that’s rooted her on as she’s broken records and trained for the Parapan American Games and the Paralympics.
Between his political science studies, international relations studies, and service learning as a Bonner Leader at Lynchburg, Kyle Thaller ’25 said he’s broadened his perspective as a global changemaker and networker — especially as someone who’s founded two humanitarian organizations.
Daniel Paige Toney ’11 found his calling at Lynchburg — switching gears from biomedical science to graphic design after encouragement from a professor — and took off on a design career that’s landed him on the pages of Vogue magazine.
Having carved out a space on Lynchburg’s campus in advocating for students with intellectual disabilities, Laurence Walker ’24 has big plans to help others realize their full potential.
Sloane Kelly ’22, ’24 MPAM found a welcoming community of fellow students and professors while studying at Lynchburg as a health promotion major, which helped drive her to pursue a Master of PA Medicine.
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.
Em Maxey ’23, an art major and graphic design minor, found an outlet at Lynchburg for multiple facets of their life — and a place to find the best version of themself.
A Lynchburg native, Joshua ’24 knew he’d find driven people at the University who love what they do and share their knowledge with one another.
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.