Driven by a love for solving complex problems to help others, Ebony Morris ’11 is thriving as a prominent New Orleans attorney.
By combining an interest in understanding human behavior, a desire to help others, and a love of sports, Landon Hebert is on track to achieve his dream job of a sports psychologist.
Sparked by helping others during military search and rescue operations, master’s student and military veteran Brandon An is on a mission to restore quality of life for the elderly.
With a life-long passion for great storytelling and production and acting awards already under her belt, Jenna-Francis Duvic is set to take the spotlight both in front of and behind the camera.
Zac ’07 and Cari ’06 Caramonta launched and run one of the 50 fastest-growing breweries in the nation.
Tuba and euphonium player Demille Davis is setting a high bar to reach his dream job as a high school marching band director: expanding his repertoire to include all concert instruments.
Inspired by the encouragement and joy for learning her own teachers instilled in her, Lucy realized as a high school student and summer camp volunteer that she wanted to give back by helping future generations.
After caring for patients in urgent care and investigating neuron disruptions in the brain for her honors thesis research, Amy Schneida is one step closer to medical school and practicing psychiatry.
Communication graduate Kourtney Williams, now a morning news TV anchor, built up her profile and portfolio while reporting for Southeastern’s Emmy award-winning college news program.
Master’s student Nick Stevens is saving Louisiana’s remaining forested wetlands one restoration project at a time.
After a shoulder injury sidelined her college cheer career, Cadyn Reed, a two-time state champion, rebounded with a breakaway move toward her dream job in sports management.
Political science major Caroline Watson, who once hesitated to major in political science, works in the country’s political epicenter, advocating for Louisianans as an intern for U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy.
Inspired by the push his teachers gave him, KeRon Jackson knew he wanted to teach and propel other students to reach their full potential.