• Photo of JMU students' Katrina relief efforts The heart of the Harts

    G.J. ('84) and Heather Hart's gift naming the Hart School of Hospitality, Sport and Recreation Management reflects their belief that education produces engaged citizens who give back and change society

  • - Amy McPherson ('83)

    Lessons on teamwork and good communication learned at JMU's College of Business are put to use everyday by this executive in global sales and marketing.

  • - Susan Kruck ('94) ('95M)

    When asked to name her biggest accomplishment, Susan points to her students. This inspirational teacher and mentor is involved with JMU's Women in Technology...

  • Joe Damico ('76, '77M) Joe Damico ('76, '77M)

    Joe Damico turns the notion of corporate raider on its ear. He and three other partners established RoundTable Healthcare Partners, a private equity firm that invests in healthcare businesses with a promising future.

  • Tom Carr ('84) Tom Carr ('84)

    Tom Carr believes in making a difference. He helped found the Technology Alumni Group, which strives to promote communication among students, alumni and employers about opportunities in the technology sector.

  • Ken Bartee ('83) Ken Bartee ('83)

    Ken is known for seeing the big picture. From that perspective as president and CEO of McDonald Bradley, one of the largest privately held information technology companies...

  • President and Mrs. Jonathan R. Alger JMU President Jon Alger and First Lady Mary Ann Alger

    The Algers' 2012 arrival marked a new Madison era ...

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