More Alumni News
With more than a hundred marathons underfoot, and counting, George Banker, BBA ’84, keeps his focus on the long haul: 50-mile “ultramarathons” and a sweatshirt that money can’t buy.
Blair Townsend, MD '12, is a man of adventure and tan year-round. He's climbed Kilimanjaro, he's skydived. He's also a Navy diver.
Mr. Gosbee is president of the GW Alumni Association Board of Directors. He succeeded Steve Frenkil, BA '74, in June and has been on the board since 2003.
Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, BA '05, is one of the directors for Iran on the White House's National Security Council, and a few weeks before the final agreement was announced, Ms. Nowrouzzadeh chatted with GW Magazine and offered perspective on her career and the historic talks.
For Christmas 2002, spent in an apartment on 25th Street Northwest, across the road from the Watergate Hotel, Elizabeth Howard, MA '04, gave her husband a story. Nearly 13 years later, it's being published as a children's book.
Marcie Cohen Ferris, PhD '03, grew up in a rural, northeast Arkansas town called Blytheville, very aware that she was Jewish and everyone else wasn't.