Carolyn Price - 1977
Carolyn Price, B.A., journalism, retired in 2021 after publishing OutdoorsNW magazine for 33 years. Carolyn founded the outdoor recreational publication in 1988 and it became one of the top regional magazines of its kind in the country. She now plays drums in rock and roll bands.
Uluao “Junior” Aumavae - 2010
Uluao “Junior” Aumavae, B.A., general studies, became the chief equity officer for the city of Anchorage, Alaska. Aumavae played professional football with the NFL, IFL, and AFL for teams that included the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Jets, among others. Before working for the city of Anchorage, he served as the Community Outreach specialist for the Drug Enforcement Administration in Alaska as part of Operation Engage. He also worked for the National Football League Player Association, serving as the secretary and vice president. Aumavae also founded Elite Athletic Trend (EAT), a non-profit that works with youth in athletics to develop successful life skills and civic engagement, ensuring communities are vibrant, resilient, and strong.
Laura Fead - 1994
Laura Fead, B.A., history and ’96, certificate, recently became the principal of Concrete High School after spending 17 years in Las Vegas area schools.