Post Tagged with: "Senior Class Fund"

Sarah D'Amico, BS'16, takes a moment to put up her feet after a rewarding day of teaching.

Alumna Grateful to Donors Who Help Her Inspire Young Minds

A classroom of elementary school students in New York City is receiving a well-rounded education thanks to their teacher, Sarah D’Amico, BS’16, who returned to her neighborhood after graduation to pass the torch of knowledge and ignite passion for learning. While in high school D’Amico did not believe attending VanderbiltRead More

Generation Next: Trustee Alex Taylor Charts the Future of Cox Enterprises

Generation Next: Trustee Alex Taylor Charts the Future of Cox Enterprises

Last July, after having risen through the company ranks over a 16-year career, Alex Taylor, BS’97, was named executive vice president and chief operating officer of Cox Enterprises, one of the nation’s largest media companies, with annual revenue of around $18 billion and more than 60,000 employees.

Class of 2016 Sets Record for Senior Class Fund

Class of 2016 Sets Record for Senior Class Fund

Before Commencement in May, 1,195 members of the Class of 2016 made gifts to the annual Senior Class Fund, representing a record-high 76 percent participation rate.

Coordinated by Chapter President John Tilsch, BA’04, and Eppa Rixey, BE’11, the “Welcome to San Francisco” happy hour in August brought together area alumni and recent graduates who have moved to the city. (NAJIB JOE HAKIM)

Lifelong Journey Begins for Recent Grads

When the Class of 2015 walked across the Commencement stage in May, their steps were just the first along a lifetime path with Vanderbilt.

Student Leads Others in Giving Efforts

Student Leads Others in Giving Efforts

“I’ve contributed to the Senior Class Fund because I want other students to have access to the opportunities I’ve been given.” The words used by Vanderbilt senior Aladine Elsamadicy to explain his financial support of the undergraduate experience also provide inspiration behind the efforts that drive the Senior Class Fund.