March 25, 2019
Our series on alumni who served as Big Brothers in the earliest years of our Men's Leadership Project continues this week with Miles Leviste. Miles graduated from the College with an Anthropology major in 2009. Today, Miles is a third year Pediatric resident physician at the University of North Carolina.
1. Tell us about the path you’ve taken to where you are now in your career. Has it been planned? Organic? Some of both?
February 21, 2019
Tony Reyes studied Accounting and IT at UVA graduating from the McIntire School of Commerce in 2012. Tony was one of the pioneering Big Brothers in the early years of our Men's Leadership Project. We recently caught up with Tony to find out where life has taken him and what's stayed with him from his MLP days.
Where do you work now?
I'm a Financial Accounting Advisory Services Manager at EY helping companies navigate business and accounting change or disruption with an integrated risk based perspective.
February 19, 2019
Our series on alumni who served as Big Brothers in the earliest years of our Men's Leadership Project continues this week with James Allman-Gulino. James graduated from the College with a Foreign Affairs major in 2008 and earned his Masters in Public Policy from the Batten School in 2009. Today, as a Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State, James handles Political Affairs and is based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Whose work inspires you to aim higher or think differently?
December 13, 2018
Alumna Sara Duke Grey Continues to Care & Advocate for Survivors
September 21, 2018
Tell us a bit about what you’re doing now and how you got to where you are:
I currently am on fellowship at UVA for visual art. I also work part-time for Iris Magazineas an illustrator. My illustrations often address identity, feminism, and political issues. My paintings however are more abstract and address the nuances of memory and my own personal experiences.
October 13, 2017
To the Alumni of the University of Virginia
We write to you as alumni with a message and a request that we hope you will support.
The last several years have seen thousands of students launch and fulfill dreams at the University, much as we did. Yet there has also been a significant amount of turmoil. Many of us scattered around the country and the world have watched and read about the cultural and historical issues that are challenging students and the larger community of Charlottesville, Virginia. One of these issues is sexual violence -- which no one condones.
October 09, 2017
Tell us about the professional path that’s brought you where you are – completely planned, surprisingly organic or somewhere in between?
When I was in high school applying to college, I was dead-set on being a politics major. Government was my favorite AP class, and I couldn’t wait to be 18 to cast my vote. When I got to UVA, I thought I wanted to be a journalist. By the end of my college experience, I found the middle ground that somewhat bridges the two - public policy.
September 15, 2017
It is fitting that we feature Annie Forrest as one of our October Spotlight profiles, since Annie's work for the One Love Foundation--a relationship violence programming provider, founded to honor UVA student Yeardley Love--aligns with the mission of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Annie interned with the Women's Center Gender Violence and Social Change program, and says, "My professors and peers at UVA were pivotal in helping me find my strength to do this work."