WRAS-FM 88.5 was playing in the background when I stretched across my bedroom floor, laid Rolling Stone in front of me and opened its cover to read stories that led me to further question the Reagan administration. That moment in 1984, one that I repeated again and again during the… Read more
You don’t rise to senior levels at one of the largest insurance companies in the world without a few defining moments. For Juan Andrade (JOU, POL ‘86), those defining moments came at three different stages of his life. The first was his grounding and education at the University of Florida… Read more
Jennifer Boardman (PR ‘93) loved news and, upon graduation, headed to Atlanta to work for CNN. After a few years, she struggled with what she really wanted to do in her career – news or marketing. At that time, news marketing was pretty traditional – running on-air promos to build… Read more
Adam Bornstein (MAMC ’08) was a lifelong fan of the University of Colorado, his parents’ alma mater, where he also attended intent on becoming a psychology researcher. Two years after he graduated, while doing research at the university, he had an “aha moment” when he decided that what he really… Read more
Early in Bruce Kallner’s career as a budding sportscaster in Des Moines, Iowa, he interviewed Hall-of-Fame golfer Gary Player. The golfing great treated Kallner with such respect that it made a lasting impression about character and dignity and how to treat those in a professional environment. He also interviewed baseball Hall-of-Famer… Read more
Posted: September 1, 2015
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