Nora Phillips Pedersen ’01 and her prize from “Ryan Murphy night” at the Emmy Awards. (Photo courtesy Nora Phillips Pedersen ’01)
What We Do
Nora Phillips Pedersen ’01 won her first Emmy, in the contemporary costume category, in 2018.
Alexandros Washburn ’84 uses his urban design expertise to critically examine how cities respond to natural disasters.
“I’m a big believer that laughter is the most powerful gift we have in this life. Absolutely,” says Rev. Susan Sparks ’84.
Katie Zaytoun ’03 helped students in St. Thomas find solace in the merengue after Hurricane Irma walloped the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Lennon Flowers ’07 has helped hundreds of 20- and 30-somethings change the conversation about loss by simply having the conversation about loss.
When Ben Albano ’18 arrived in Chapel Hill, he was already a recognized talent in a field of limited opportunities. Still, taking time out for college was a risk he did not consider optional.