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Looking Back....Where Dreams Become Reality
More than 2,500 individuals can proudly state they are REACH Memphis alums! Their accomplishments are wide-ranging and demonstrate the long-term success that comes with being part of REACH Memphis. Positions include performing artists, attorneys, business owners, business managers, physicians, a college president, a federal judge, government employees, teachers, principals, chemists, pharmacists, engineers, and more.
There are also a number of professionals who represent the city of Memphis throughout the country. The head of the School of Medicine at Washington University, an opera singer with the Atlanta Opera, entrepreneurs in New York and California, nonprofit leaders, and others are all REACH Memphis alums. Below are a few highlights.
Cristen Mathews attended Phillips Exeter Academy in 2010 and graduated from White Station high school. She graduated from Tufts University with an BA in B. Sc. in Biopsychology. Cristen got her masters in Conservation Medicine and is working DNV Energy Systems North America.
Gadson "William" attended Phillips Academy at Andover and graduated from Craigmont High School. He got his BA at Wake Forest University and his law degree at the University of Tennessee College of Law. Will was appointed by Gov. Bill Lee as the new Shelby County Chancery Court judge and is partner at Butler Snow Law Firm.
Yvonda attended Phillips Exeter Academy and graduated from Westwood High School. She got her BA at University of Memphis. Yvonda currently works at Mallory Alexander International Logistics. She is a member of Junior League Mentor Group and helps mentor the Sophomore students.