Cameron Blake Warne '05 overcame trauma from an abusive teacher to pick up his violin after 15 years and share his story of hope and healing.
The 2008 graduate encourages alumni to 'lift as they climb.'
Alyson '12 and Mallory '17 Caillaud-Jones opened Chartreuse Sisters and baked unique French pastries in their home. They will soon open a storefront on Wealthy Street in Grand Rapids.
Three Grand Valley graduates who worked in the Fieldhouse as students to support Athletics have taken that culture of excellence with them in their roles in professional or college sports.
Aaron Radelet '98 charged the communications team with inspiring the corporation's frontline workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic; the campaign worked and overall job satisfaction rose.
Elizabeth Hertel was appointed to lead the state's Department of Health and Human Services as the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations started to ramp up.
In Indianapolis, Anna Gremling '01 and '04 helps improve the quality of life for residents by keeping transportation moving and planning for the future.
The owner of Matthew LaVere Photography is a self-professed gearhead who loves the problem-solving that comes with high-profile photo shoots.
James Ashley has found his dream job: a planetary scientist and deputy science operations coordinator for NASA's InSight mission.
The first African American police chief for Grand Rapids, Eric Payne has had a series of influencers in his life before that term was trendy.
From drawing as a young child, to earning a bachelor's degree in fine arts, to developing her craft in mixed media, Aneka Ingold has always been an artist.
Len Van Popering '94 is the chief brand and innovation officer of Subway Restaurants, based in Milford, Connecticut.
As a process development chemist for Gentex Corporation in Zeeland, Autumn Goulet, '10, conducts product research and development.
After being hit by a car during his first year at Grand Valley, David Guinn dedicated himself to his studies like never before, and found a passion for law.
While still a student at Grand Valley, Davide Uccello, '13, started a business with his older brother, Dan. Dan was 24 and Davide was just 19.
As an athletic trainer and physician assistant, Brittan Masters has been responsible for the health of high school student athletes, orthopedic patients, and more than 300 soldiers.