Paula Pretlow ’77 became an education advocate and leader in investment management.
Alumni and Alumnae Paths
The paths that Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences graduates take through life are varied and often unexpected. See where a liberal arts degree lead some of our alumni.
Cristina Bejan ’04 established herself as a playwright, scholar, actress, and poet.
Sheri Prentiss ’89 survived cancer and became an inspirational motivational speaker.
Helen Froelich Holt ’34, ’38 broke new ground for women in government and politics.
Paul Checchia ’89 applies lessons from literature to his work in pediatric medicine.
Christian Wistehuff ’87 became an advocate for educating Afghan women.
Rebecca Kimitch ’98 pursued a career in journalism and won a Pulitzer Prize.
Delida Costin ’91 brings her passion for history to law, technology and business.
MaryAnn Marsh ’85 opened a successful jazz club in Chicago’s South Loop.
Daniel Pink '86 became a noted author and cultural critic.
Tracy Carson ’04 directs aid where it is most needed in Africa.
Howard Tullman ’67 became a force for entrepreneurship.
Mark-Hans Richer ’89 followed the open road to Harley-Davidson.
Sean Harte ’87 spurs economic growth for his clients and his tribe.
Richard Mesirow ’59 adds value to his community through the arts.