Donna (DeCoster) Brown
Chemistry and mathematics majors, Brown earned her doctoral degree from the University of California at Irvine in 1995. She first worked as a research and development scientist at Union Carbide and is currently a business analytical specialist since 2000 at Union Carbide Corp. in Houston, Tex. In 2000 she received the company's Special Recognition Award and the Team Start-Up Award.
Jennifer (Richey) Hammarlund
International Studies major and business administration minor, she is currently a syndications associate in the Bank Loan Syndication Department of National City Corporation. Her career started as a program assistant at the American College of Preventive Medicine in Washington, D.C. She also worked as project administrator of Chemonics International Inc. from 1995-1997.
Physical education major, Kane earned her master's degree in Sports Administration from Mankato State University in 2000. She is currently a senior marketing coordinator of the Women's Sports Foundation in East Meadow, New York, which serves girls and women of all skill levels. She is a six-time NCAA All-American and three-time Academic All-American athlete.
Journalism and political science major, Jim is a White House correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. He was the first to report in 1998 that Republicans were formally planning to impeach President Clinton and also revealed Rep. Bob Livingston's withdrawal from the race for House Speaker. The Wall Street Journal hired him in 2000 as a national political reporter and he was later awarded the White House beat.