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“You don’t have to know everything,” she says, “because you lean on a diverse team with different backgrounds and skills to be strong. You empower them to come with everything that they know and bring it into your process.”- Joyce Searcy, BS’78

  • Joyce Searcy, BS'78, is the first Black person to serve as chair of the Nashville Public Library board, she wants all of her Middle Tennessee neighbors to check out what the public libraries have to offer.    

  • Michael Brasseur's, BS'97, decision to leave his Hilton Head Island home in South Carolina for a Naval ROTC scholarship at landlocked Vanderbilt set him on course to become a real-life commodore.  

  • Scientific curiosity has been a hallmark of Dr. Erika Dillard's, BS'01, professional career. After receiving her M.D./Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center , she founded Memphis-based PopCheck Technologies Inc., which uses artificial intelligence-driven monitoring technology to help prevent clots in surgical patients recovering at home.

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