1990-1999

Calvin Carter ’93

Calvin Carter is founder and president of Dallas-based Bottle Rocket Apps, launched in March 2008 as a full-service mobile solutions provider creating high-end iPhone, iPad and Android mobile apps for companies such as NPR, NBC, Disney, ESPN, TBS, TNT, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, BET, A&E Television, SPIN Magazine, Starwood, WWE,

Read more

William Jenkins ’92

William Jenkins has been elected to membership in the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation, based on outstanding professional achievements and demonstrated commitment to the improvement of the justice system throughout Texas. He is an attorney in the Fort Worth office of Jackson Walker.

Read more

Pamela Palmer Harless ’92

Pamela Palmer Harless has joined Dallas firm Grant Thornton, LLP as chief human resources officer. Prior to her move, she ran her own consulting firm and for eight years held talent management and human resources positions. A member of the National Association of Female Executives and Diversity Best Practices, she

Read more

David Gunn ’92

David Gunn and his wife, Kristen Smith Gunn ’94, with their children, Preston, Peyton and Pierce, recently relocated to Texas after 14 years in Florida. David is vice president of business development and strategy for SonarMed, a medical device company.

Read more

Lauren Graham ’92

Lauren Graham, “Parenthood” and “Gilmore Girls” television star, is returning to The CW network (Warner Bros. Television) as writer and executive producer for an adaptation of her debut novel Someday, Someday, Maybe. Ellen DeGeneres also will executive produce the drama, a fictionalized story about Lauren’s experience acting during the 1990s,

Read more

Debra Brandewie Driza ’92

Debra Brandewie Driza promoted her first young adult novel, MILA 2.0 (HarperCollins, 2013), on a book tour last August. The S.W.E.A.T. Tour (SoCal Writers’ Excellent Adventure in Texas) took Debra and three other young adult authors to Round Rock, Dallas, Houston and Austin.

Read more

Mitch Whitten ’91

Mitch Whitten has left his 12-year position as executive director of integrated marketing in the SMU Office of Public Affairs to move to the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau as vice president of marketing and communications. Working with a dedicated team of professionals, Mitch strengthened SMU’s marketing program to

Read more

Michele Carney ’91

Michele Carney is a Seattle-based immigration attorney, elected chapter chair for 2013-2014 for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington State Chapter.

Read more