Living Your ND
"Learning how to lead is a critical lesson for both corporate America and life."
D’Arcy Rudnay ’73 knows what it means to be a leader. For more than 35 years, she has directed strategic communications for public corporations, national family-owned businesses, and large public relations agencies in a broad array of industries.
D’Arcy Rudnay is the Chief Communications Officer for Comcast Corporation. In this role, she serves as the communications counsel to Comcast’s leadership, as well as manager of its brand, reputation, and strategic communications activities.
"Using ordinary tools, we now have extraordinary instruments."
Morgan Bracken Van Arsdall ’94 is a systems engineer, who has worked for NASA on the Hubble Space Telescope. Additionally, she serves lunches through a homeless outreach program and helps with children’s literacy programs.
"Tennis has given me so many opportunities in my life."
During her storied professional career, Lisa Raymond ’91 spent 10 consecutive years ranked in the top 30 in WTA singles rankings and was #1 in the world in doubles for more than 130 weeks. Additionally, Lisa owns the career grand slam in doubles, winning all four titles at least once. “I have been blessed to be able to travel the world and meet incredible people, while competing and doing something I love."
Lisa Raymond turned pro in 1993 and has enjoyed an illustrious 20-year career on the WTA Tour. She has captured 79 career doubles titles, 11 grand slam titles, and the Bronze Medal in the 2012 Olympics Mixed Doubles in London.
“Since I serve a merciful God, I believe I will be granted many more years of joyful leadership to complete my purpose in life.”
Camille Lewis Brown, Ph.D. ’77, is currently serving as Associate Superintendent for School Leadership in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Additionally, she has spearheaded comprehensive diocesan development programs in Philadelphia and Providence, Rhode Island.
"I can't sit idly by and watch this happen."
On October 16, 2014, alumna Dr. Trish Henwood ’98, an emergency room physician and Director of Global Health Initiatives at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, traveled to Liberia, the epicenter of the deadly Ebola outbreak, to work with the International Medical Corps treating Ebola patients. "It just became clear that other people were not taking up the torch, and it felt like it needed to be done," says Trish. She believes it was never a question about going; rather, it was about finding the time.
Trish is writing posts from Liberia for The Inquirer until her return in mid-November.
Trish was featured on 60 Minutes "The Ebola Hot Zone” on Nov. 11
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Follow Dr. Trish Henwood's blog.