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Once they leave Trinity, graduates are ready to meet the opportunities in the ever changing business world. They know they are prepared to step into any situation and be successful using their critical thinking skills and talent for communication. Here are some who are excelling in business:

Passion for the Cure This Corpus Christi girl is an alumna following her passion in Pennsylvania as Vice President of Modeling and Simulation at Merck.
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From the Frying Pan into the Fire  Stephen Ames '89 was flying high in the corporate world but chucked it all to pursue his dream…in the kitchen.
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There’s An App for That  Don Philbin '84 is all about resolution and has invented a software application designed to help settle things, once and for all.
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And The Winner Is… Alumnus Brunson Green is really smiling these days, as his film, The Help, competed for an Oscar.
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On a Mission to Serve  Mike McBride '89 is passionate about Native Indian law and is devoting his life to protecting tribal interests, both in and outside the courtroom.
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Backfield in Motion This alumnus loves his up close and personal view of Dallas Cowboys games, but realizes his family is his own home team.
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Part of the Solution Gov2.0 was recently created by Health and Human Services to find innovative solutions to long-running problems. Read Holman ’06 is fully on board.
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Rising Star Already the host of two TV shows a mere four years post-graduation, Yvannia Garcia ’07 proves she has what it takes to be successful in show biz; just like her own American Idol – Ryan Seacrest!
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Business as Usual After pulling an all-nighter putting out fires overseas, David McGanity ’76 skips sleep and gets back to the business of enhancing performance at Dell Services.
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Jennifer Krejci-Manwaring

She Speaks Volumes Jennifer Krejci-Manwaring ’95 discovered her passion and is partnering in medical research with one of her Trinity professors.
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Richard Middleton

Making a Difference Richard Middleton ’69 recently announced his resignation as superintendent of a large San Antonio school district, but he’s still very much a part of the education nation.
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Susan Calkins Montagna

The Business of Art Susan Calkins Montagna ’82 stumbled upon her passion for art while a business major at Trinity. Now, she’s providing the canvas for other accidental painters and sculptors through her Inspire Fine Art Center in San Antonio.
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Travis Mills

Russian to Success Travis Mills '09, is just out of school and already on his way to guiding policy in his role as project coordinator for a D. C. think tank.
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Jason Hafner

Nano, Nano Jason Hafner '93 is a Rice University professor, father of two and so down to earth that you forget he’s one of the leading nanoscientists in the world.
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Jana Klepac Cole

She Traded Her Tennis Racket for a Scalpel Tennis standout Jana Klepac Cole '87 went to medical school, where she loved the idea of plastic surgery as a way to treat the whole body.
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Robert Holleyman

Legal Eagle Since Robert Holleyman graduated in 1976, his legal career has been rich and varied. He practiced law and worked on Capitol Hill, but he now plays a critical role in the computer industry.
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Scott Williams

From Secret to Public Service Even before he graduated, Scott Williams ’89 knew what he wanted to do – safeguard U.S. presidents and foreign dignitaries. Now, he helps non-profits realize their goals.
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Nate Muncaster

He was Born a Travelin' Man Nate Muncaster ’95 could play the lead character in the movie “Up in the Air,” the only difference being he loves his home in Ennis as much as any canal in Venice or ruin in Rome. Take a glimpse into life on the road for this grad that plans to transfer to Istanbul with his long-time girlfriend, to whom he just popped the question.
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Jill Collins

Start Spreading the News Jill Graham Collins ’70 is a behind-the-scenes power broker in Washington D.C., promoting a wide range of public relations clients from Carmine’s, the legendary New York restaurant which opened in DC last year, to the GRAMMYs, to two foreign embassies in the District. She’s good at what she does—just ask the staff of former President George Herbert Walker Bush, who hired Jill when she owned a small PR firm in San Antonio. The rest is history.
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Jamie Brickhouse

Empire State of Mind  Jamie Brickhouse ’90 knew he was destined for life outside his Beaumont hometown but he never dreamt that one day he’d be dining with Sidney Poitier and paging Joan Collins in a luxury department store. This head of an author’s speaker’s bureau in New York is experiencing life at its fullest.
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Krista Brinly Hensel

A Healthy, Happy Life Known at Trinity as ‘Sleepless in Prassel’ for her penchant to stay up all night, Krista Hensel '00 has harnessed that energy to help others navigate our very complicated health care system
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Geary Reamey

Legally Fun The evidence is in—law professors can be as fun as anybody. Just ask Geary Reamey '70.
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Jeff Livingstone

The Doctor Will Tweet You Now When Dr. Jeff Livingston '95 isn’t busy seeing patients in person in his Dallas-area OB/GYN practice, he’s still communicating with them via Twitter, Facebook and his Web site.
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Jayne Pace

Butterflies are Free Jayne Pace '40, just turned 88, but after spending a few minutes talking with her, you realize that number would never keep her down.
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Judy Canales

Second Time Around Most people would consider it an honor to receive one presidential appointment, but Judy Canales M '91, is already on her second.
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Robert Weech-Maldonado

A Booming Business Robert Weech-Maldonado, who received a bachelor’s degree in biology from Trinity in 1983, is a man on a very important mission. As a professor and L.R. Jordan Endowed Chair in Health Services Administration for the University of Alabama, Robert focuses on long-term care in nursing homes and the provision of adequate medical care for vulnerable and diverse populations.
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David Ash

Building Wonderful Dreams David Ash '76 is just finishing construction on a San Antonio “wonderland” of its own that is attracting national and international attention.
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Lorie Burch

Opening Up Ask Lorie Burch, who received a bachelor’s degree in political science in 1998, right now and she’ll tell you that life is good.
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Richard Hatcher

Call of the Wild Richard Hatcher '75, is the newly appointed director of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, he manages all of that state’s wildlife, fishing and hunting.
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Jean-Louis Goblet

International Entrepreneur In 1983, Jean-Louis Goblet '87 was 22 when he left his native Belgium to begin life as an international student on the Trinity campus.
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Davey Johnson’64

Catch and Release Davey Johnson, who received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Trinity in 1964, is a former major league baseball player and Mets manager.
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A dream job with DreamWorks.  Mark Tucker ’99 works in Consumer Products Promotions for DreamWorks Animation SKG. A self-confessed “film geek,” Mark also worked for Disney’s Buena Vista Pictures Marketing on promotions for movies such as Cars and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest to name a few. Mark received his degree in communication.
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A Trinity degree  can open doors to a range of business opportunities

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