Author and illustrator Jamie Potter ’01 creates stories that spark the imagination of young readers and remind them that they have the ability to adapt and thrive in the face of challenges.
For Grant Hoechst Jackson ’14, flexibility is key. Whether he’s composing and playing music or leading game-design teams at Naughty Dog, Grant maintains an open and agile perspective – empowering himself
As president and CEO of Leading Harvest, Kenny Fahey ’04 focuses on harnessing the power of the business sector to drive positive environmental and social outcomes in agriculture.
June Janette Harris is a force of nature, bringing energy and enthusiasm to her work and is committed to mentoring the next generation of entertainment industry professionals.
Drew Durbin '04 is changing lives in Africa by providing innovative solutions to global economic challenges.
Joe Osha '81 examines companies that aim to reduce the environmental footprint of energy production and industrial processes.
London-based journalist Jonathan Haworth ‘00 has spent the past decade defining what constitutes news and deciding how best to tell the stories that matter.
Around the World is a joyful annual celebration of the diverse cultural heritages that enrich the Potomac experience.
Photojournalist Valerie Plesch ’98 explores the human experience and shares her passion for visual storytelling.
Illustrator Louisa Cannell ‘09 uses her talents to advance social causes and shares her professional knowledge with a new generation of aspiring artists.
Professor Ulka Anjaria ‘97, of Brandeis University, is committed to dusting off worn-out images of the humanities and replacing them with a fresh, inclusive, global perspective.
Anna Laws ’14 and her colleagues at The FarmLink Project create connections that reduce waste and bring fresh, nutritious food to people in need.