english home

alumni profiles home

other english
projects

 

 

       
Aspiring novelist
Body Builder
Banker
Business Journalist
Composition Instructor
Composition Director
Comm. College Teacher
Consultant
Development officer*
Document Architect*
Education professor
Entrepreneur
Expatriate teacher*
Family life director*
Graduate student
Freelance writer*
Honors advisor
HR Consultant
Journalist*
Juvenile Fiction Writer
Law student*
Media spokesperson
Medical transcriber*
NASCAR publicist*
Nonfiction writer
PhD student 1

PhD student 2
PhD student 3

Photographer
Photojournalist
Poet
Professor
Professor II* Reference Librarian
Research Librarian*
Screenwriter*
Survey Manager*
Tech writer II*
TESOL Instructor

Theology Writer
True Crime writer*
Victorian Prof 1
Victorian Prof 1
Web designer*
Writing Coordinator
Other alumni
      * new

Other Distinguished Alumni

Sherri Anderson, '87, has her own law firm in Seattle, Washington. Until 2002, she was apartner with Preston, Gates, and Ellis law firm, where her practice focuses on clients in dissolution and post-dissolution matters. These cases involve complex financial issues, including professional goodwill, business valuation and stock options. Anderson also drafts prenuptial agreements for parties with substantial estates. Anderson was recently named one of the best lawyers of the year by Puget Sound Business Journal.

Ray Williams, '82, is the Director of Education of Harvard University Art Museums. He was curator of education for the University of North Carolina's Ackland Art Museum from 1987 to 2007. He received an M.A. in Art History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In 1997 the National Art Education Association named Williams "National Art Museum Educator of the Year." His professional interests include interactive gallery teaching, storytelling, and cultural diversity issues. Most recently, he was a Visiting Scholar at the J. Paul Getty Museum, where he did research that helped museums explore interpretive approaches to collections that foster interfaith dialogue and understanding.

Whitney Blake Frizzell, English Major, ‘95, designs television graphics and animated opens for WLOS-TV and WFBC-C40. Frizzell says his major helps him "communicate in ways most people are not capable of."

E. Nathan Frizzell, English Major, ‘92, is Principal of Cullowhee Valley School. He teaches Eighth Grade Language Arts, Computer Science, and History. Frizzell has served as an education advisor for state legislators and an economic advisor in Eastern Europe, and was a candidate for the 11th Congressional District.

George W. Loftis, English Major, ‘78, began as technical writer and editor for Lockheed Martin Energy Systems. This job led to a career designing computer systems and networks that are now used by the Department of Energy and several other federal agencies.


Kathy Craddock, English Major, ‘90, designs and develops internal policies and procedures, as well as web-based documentation, for the Information Services division at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill.



These profiles were created by the Karen Greenstone's English 303 class (spring 2009)
and edited for the web by Mary Adams's English 303 class (summer 2009).

Students in Mary Adams's English 303 class (fall 2009) wrote additional profiles.