Performers. Advocates. Storytellers. Leaders.
Wheaton graduates are making an impact and moving the world forward in so many different ways. They’re experts, innovators, problem-solvers and skilled communicators. They’re passionate about what they do and why they do it. They have a keen sense of responsibility, and a knack for putting their ideas and ideals into action.
In our new Movers and Makers series, we explore the diverse ways alumni have built on their Wheaton foundation to find success—as well as a strong sense of purpose.
Ryan Letada ’08
Telling migrant stories to build community
Learn more about Ryan
Indira Henard ’03
Leading efforts to end sexual violence
Learn more about Indira
Sharon Callahan ’84
Making health care less complicated
Learn more about Sharon
Rose Weaver ’73
Sharing life experiences through performance
Learn more about Rose
More movers and makers from the Wheaton Community
Lisa Guyon ’95, Executive Director of WE CAN
Lisa Guyon ’95 is passionate about empowering people to achieve their aspirations. Guyon’s new role as executive director of Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking (WE CAN) continues this tradition.
Matt Talbot ’03 assesses threat of targeted violence to prevent it
Matt Talbot ’03 builds and manages programs that seek out individuals at risk of engaging in targeted violence. It’s a vocation at the intersection of security, mental health and social work.
Nancy Klauber DeMore ‘86, accomplished doctor, cancer researcher
Fighting cancer with Innovation
Nancy Klauber DeMore ’87, medical director of the Breast Center and surgical oncologist at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C., is improving treatment for cancer patients.
said their Wheaton education enabled them to think critically and analytically
say your ability to think critically, communicate clearly and solve complex problems is more important than a major
have secured employment, advanced graduate study or fellowship opportunities*
*outcomes data is based on a knowledge rate of 72% for the classes of 2014-2018