By Kysa Anderson Daniels
With a love of film nurtured when she was child in Zimbabwe, Sue-Ellen Chitunya (A.A., A.S. ’05; B.A. ’10) has carved out a successful career in cinema working on Hollywood blockbusters and as a producer of independent films. Now, she’s a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and will help pick next year’s Oscars.
By William Inman (M.H.P. '16)
How Wil Lutz (B.A. '17), a walk-on at Georgia State and an undrafted free agent, has become one of the National Football League’s best kickers.
by Ray Glier
With their revolutionary app, two guys in their 20s have helped more than 62,000 people pay off nearly $10 million in student loan debt using the tiniest sums of money.
By Maya Kroth
She’d dreamt of becoming an astrophysicist since the eighth grade. But when doctoral student and single mother India Jackson (B.S. ’11, M.S. ’13) won a prized internship at NASA, she couldn’t afford the move to Houston. Then, the world came to her aid.
Joshua Fife (B.A. '19) has received the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship and will prepare for a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Tammy Hughes (B.S.W. ‘16, M.S.W. ‘17) delivers COVID-19 test results and other services to individuals experiencing homelessness throughout downtown Atlanta.
By Charles McNair and Henry Lake
After a horrific motorcycle accident left him paralyzed from the chest down, Ignacio Montoya (B.B.A. ’14) began developing one of the most advanced paralysis recovery therapies ever attempted. Montoya is his own patient, and he plans to walk again. After that, he wants to fly.