Known at Wittenberg as a political junkie, George Doorley, class of 1989, was headed back to his hometown of Washington, D.C., for what seemed like a career in the political realm upon graduating from college.
Albert Bryan Jr., Wittenberg class of 1989, is “changing the course” as the only African American governor in the nation, including states and territories, following his election to the highest office in the U.S. Virgin Islands this past January.
You never know where a liberal arts degree from Wittenberg University will take you. Kate Mackie, class of 1998 from Farmington Hills, Michigan, graduated from Wittenberg with a degree in English with a creative writing/poetry emphasis and a minor in psychology.
Lucas George, Wittenberg class 2018, was recently awarded a prestigious James Madison Memorial Fellowship, becoming one of only 52 teachers in the United States to be honored with this annual award and the only recipient from the state of Ohio.