Baylor Distinguished Alumni serve in every field
The Baylor Alumni Association recently honored five graduates with its Distinguished Alumni award, and the recipients’ varied background provides an interesting sampling of what Baylor grads are doing after leaving the University.
One has traveled the world and is currently the U.S. Ambassador to Uganda, while one has stayed right here as mayor of Waco. One dedicated himself to medicine and serves at the National Institutes of Health, one dedicated himself to law and served as chief of protocol for the White House, and one dedicated himself to business and is now CEO of international technology giant Hewlett-Packard. (The Baylor Line did excellent profiles on each; take a look.)
It’s always good to see Baylor Bears doing well, and this year’s field of awardwinners reminds us that there are Baylor alums out serving — and serving well — in just about any field you can think of.
Sic ’em, Baylor alumni!