From the Dallas Contemporary and comedy routines to Army veterans and Whole30 cooking, here are the latest stories of TCU alumni.
Carolina Alvarez-Mathies ’10 joined the Dallas Contemporary as deputy director at the end of 2019 and spoke about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting museum operations.
Roberto Prudencio (MBA ’17) reflected on his experience in the MBA program at TCU’s Neeley School of Business. He says his MBA accelerated his career and prepared him for global management.
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On April 22, Stacy Combs ’02 was featured on the official blog of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as the “Veteran of the Day.” In active duty and beyond, Combs served as a nurse.
Lindsay Craig ’05 offered her professional insights on real estate and the housing market in Dallas.
TCU alumna Houston Robertson has embraced something most people don’t generally imagine older women doing—stand-up comedy.
Dallas Morning News
Self-proclaimed “home chef” Alex Snodgrass ’10 is a viral sensation on Instagram, where she posts recipes and personal snippets on her account @thedefineddish. She reflects on becoming a Whole30 sensation and her love of food.
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