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Alumni Spotlights

  • Marshall Hess, '88

    The Plot Thickens

    November 19, 2007

    By day, he's a multi-million dollar dealmaker as the Managing Director of Highland Capital Management, LP, but when the whistle blows at 5 o'clock, Marshall Hess becomes a real player. Of course, his partner is 3-year-old son, Christopher....Read more



  • Rushton Hurley, '89

    Visualizing the Future

    November 19, 2007

    The next time your child needs help with his math homework, Rushton Hurley '89 has just the place to click through on the Internet. It's www.nextvista.org - a learning Web site that provides "light bulb"...Read more



  • Mary Ullmann Japhet, '84

    She’s always on the run!

    November 19, 2007

    It's a good thing she's athletic! Mary Ullmann Japhet '84 is not only the associate executive director, external affairs for the San Antonio Sports Foundation, she's on the Trinity National Alumni Board, coordinates the Diamond Shamrock Go! Kids...Read more



  • Lowell Keig, '85

    Attorney Loves Life, Kids, and Chaos

    November 19, 2007

    "It was kind of a surprise to me to end up with three kids," says Lowell Keig, '85, adding with a laugh, "Four has been ruled out!"

    ...Read more



  • Vanessa Kenon, '88

    Teaching, Giving, and Loving Life

    November 19, 2007

    "Trinity made my master's program a piece of cake!" says long-time teacher and community activist Vanessa Kenon '88.

    "Writing across the curriculum is what we did all the time and that prepared me for life and grad school."

    ...Read more



  • Kevin Mohs, '87

    Trinity Grad Produces Most-Watched Show Ever on Animal Planet

    November 19, 2007

    Sometimes a great notion can come to life when someone begins a question with the words "what if?" In the case of Kevin Mohs '87, recently named director of program development for the Animal Planet cable network, the notion was "what if dragons...Read more



  • Bill Molina, '84

    Getting the Show on the Road

    November 19, 2007

    Bill Molina '84 is an award-winning Hollywood cinematographer who toiled on film and episodic television shows such as Beverly Hills 90210, but now he is focused on ZIP codes closer to his Texas roots.

    ...Read more



  • Linda Pace, '80

    Keeping Pace with a True Artist

    November 19, 2007

    Linda Pace has come a long way from her former UT professor who said he'd give her a "C" if she would promise never to paint again.

    It's a huge reason why Linda transferred to Trinity, where she found solid encouragement from fellow...Read more



  • Kent Redding, '86

    Into Africa

    November 19, 2007

    "Follow your bliss," advised the writer Joseph Campbell. For Kent Redding '86, following his bliss has led to a love affair with Africa. Kent is the owner of Africa Adventure Consultants Inc., (www....Read more



  • Octavio Solis, '80, '83

    From El Paso to Stage and Screen

    November 19, 2007

    Octavio Solis '80, '83 (M.F.A.) has achieved what many people dream of but few ever accomplish: he is a working playwright and director.

    ...Read more



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