Tag: alumni profile

Alumna LaToya Whitlock’s work to achieve equity in education in the...

UofL alumna LaToya Whitlock ('14) is featured in the December issue of Today's Woman for her work with the Decode Project.  The project identifies the...

UofL alumna crafts success with Army National Guard support, determination

Major Mitisha Martin is mighty grateful for second chances, but she has put in the work to realize her dreams. The daughter of a woman...

UofL alumna recharged her life in a remote Costa Rican jungle

For UofL alum Tabitha Scott (’93), the feeling of burnout was all too real. Scott, who graduated with a degree in finance from the College of...

UofL alumna bakes up sweet solution to empower businesswomen

Beyond the convection ovens, commercial refrigerators and scheduled workstations, baker supreme Abigail Mattingly is cooking up something special in Old Louisville. It’s not just the...

UofL alum wins Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting

“I told you you were going to win the Pulitzer.”  Phillip M. Bailey (’07) was in disbelief when his former coworker texted him those words last May. He had to check the...

Fulbright enables alumna’s next stop in exploring international relations

As Kasey Golding sees it, you have to be open to unexpected opportunities like the ones she encountered at UofL and since. And you...

One of UofL’s first black nursing students receives proclamation highlighting her...

Last week, Flora Ponder received a proclamation from former Louisville Mayor Harvey Sloane highlighting her influence in Louisville. Ponder was one of the University...

UofL alum helps launch KFC’s first signature beverage

If you’ve been to KFC recently, you probably noticed a new addition to the menu: the chain's first-ever signature drink, MTN DEW Sweet Lightning.  The...

‘At long last,’ UofL alum Sam Gilliam’s artwork finds its place...

World-renowned artist and double alum Sam Gilliam is no doubt a point of pride for the University of Louisville. The painter, widely known for...

Former Card, NFL player pays it back to Louisville

Jamon Brown might play guard for the New York Giants now, but he is Louisville through and through.  Brown, 25, played for Fern Creek High...