Retirees Eddie Davis, Eddie Etter, Virginia Anne Manson, Judy Millener, Lorraine Stewart, and Anne Stover will be missed.
Few people at Baylor have seen the school through as many lenses as Eddie Davis, who retired in June after 41 years of service to the school.
Eddie Etter, already a member of a legendary Baylor sports family, began her role as administrative assistant in the Baylor athletic department in 1989 -- on a temporary basis.
Virginia Anne Manson retired after 17 years in the admission office, but she has lived most of her life involved in the Baylor community in one way or another.
If you look at the walls in Judy Millener’s classroom, you’ll see that the Boston Red Sox are important to her, but that is only part of the picture.
When Lorraine Stewart retired in May, she did so as one of the most versatile faculty members Baylor has ever employed.
If Baylor’s boarding program had a central nervous system, it would be Anne Stover’s office.
Bharet Malhotra '93, Lauren Toole Truslow '01, Chris Wang '06, and 2004 classmates Joe Davis, Kate Corey, and Ashley Smith, left Baylor with a sense of adventure and independence that ultimately led them on entrepreneurial paths. Although the went about it different ways, their stories all reveal that they each started with ideas they are passionate about and are giving it their all.
Bharet Malhotra '93 doesn't call himself a true entrepreneur, but that same mentality has served him well.
Asked for three places she enjoys visiting, founder of 6 Degrees Kate Corey '04 exceeds that number within seconds. Just try to keep up.
Juggling four businesses and four children, Lauren Toole Truslow '01 knows a thing or two about organization.
Working for accounting firms in Nashville, Joe Davis ’04 found himself connecting with small business owners, associations that eventually played a role in his decision to become a small business owner himself.
For Ashley Smith '04, "DJ Smash" is an identity-in-waiting. She currently serves as associate head of school at Valor College Prep, a charter school affiliated with Valor Collegiate Academies that she helped co-found. Both share a complex in Nashville, Tenn.
Chief executive and co-owner of Taimen Transport, Chris Wang ’06, and his partners founded their freight brokerage company based on two foundational pillars.