Alumni

Jon Meacham '91

Jon Meacham ‘91 is a former editor of Newsweek, a frequent political commentator on national public television and MSNBC and an editor-in-chief at Random House.

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John Sullivan '97

John Sullivan ‘97 is the southern editor of The Paris Review, a contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine, and contributing editor of Harper's Magazine.

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Margaret Mankin Barton '78

Margaret Mankin Barton ‘78: The former Executive Director for the National Women’s Business Council, Ms. Barton's extensive experience in politics and the Federal government has also included positions in the White House Office of President George H.W. Bush, the Republican National Committee, the Republican National Senatorial Committee, two Presidential Inaugural Committees, and numerous presidential, federal, state and local political campaigns.

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Jeff Bridgers '82

Jeff Bridgers ‘82 is a reference librarian at the Library of Congress.

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Lillian Gremillion '04

Lillian Gremillion ‘04 is an attorney for the Social Security Administration.

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Laura Hahn '05

Laura Hahn ‘05 is a former assistant to the Managing Editor for Jane, and currently does editorial work for Good Housekeeping.

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Stuart Harris '89

Stuart Harris ‘89 holds an M.D. from Harvard and works as an emergency physician at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

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Danbee Kim '11

After Sewanee Danbee Kim ‘11 enrolled at Vanderbilt Nursing School, carrying her insights regarding human need and the human heart into the rigors of health field, a field she explored in part through endeavors sponsored by the University Outreach trips.

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Wallace Marsh '01

Wallace Marsh ‘01 attended Yale Seminary after his graduation and is now a priest at St. James' Episcopal Church in Marietta, Georgia.

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Bryce Perry '00

Bryce Perry ‘00 has worked in Brazil in the field of sustainable technology for the agricultural, environment and energy sectors; seeking to bring substantial economic and environmental returns to a range of customers. Prior to Brazil, he ran the International Rescue Committee’s humanitarian and post-conflict interventions in the war-ravaged North Kivu Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo, overseeing a multi-million dollar programming portfolio funded by a variety of donors and covering programming areas that included Health, Education / Child Protection, Community Driven Reconstruction and Women’s Protection and Empowerment.

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Liz Van Hoose '99

Liz Van Hoose ‘99 is an editorial assistant at Alfred Knopf Publishing in New York.

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William Weber '07

William Weber ‘07 became a doctoral student at Yale University, where his dissertation, under the direction of David Kastan, focused on providing a keener historical and materialist edge to the study of Ovidian allusion in Shakespeare that he began at Sewanee.

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