2000's Milestones: Alumni Achievements
Katherine Williams, B. Arch 2001, was awarded the 2016 AIA Virginia Emerging Professional Award.
Bryan W. Scott, M.D., Pharm.D. 2003, is a successful independent pharmacy owner at Health Mart, in the Macon, Georgia, area. He is a second-generation pharmacist. His pharmacy has offered hormone replacement services, compounding and other unique services not often done in a retail setting.
Terrence L. Walker, M.Div. 2006, was appointed to be a member of the Henrico County Virginia Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission by the Henrico County Board of Supervisors. The commission serves as a liaison between the director of Recreations and Parks, the Board of Supervisors and the citizens of the community.
Florence Champagne, M.S.W. 2006, is an author and the founder and president of Open My Heart Foundation, a national nonprofit organization designed to help eliminate heart-health disparities for African-American women, who have the highest rates of cardiovascular disease. After suffering a heart attack, Champagne became a national spokesperson for WomenHeart. She has shared her personal story to empower women to become advocates for their heart health. She has co-coordinated and participated in community health events, including the “Heartastic Expo” in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the “FedStrive Health Awareness Day” by the Department of Health and Human Services and the Burlington Heart of Style Tour.
In addition, Champagne has taught special education to children with emotional and behavioral disorders, worked with youth programs and provided social services in nursing homes and in the nonprofit arena. She also has worked for the U.S. House of Representatives, providing constituent services for Maryland’s 4th Congressional District.