Will McGrath ’02 and Ellen Block ’02
Isaac Garcia ’08, ’10 M.A.
Storyteller Brings Digital Savvy to Sharing Vocations
ND alum draws on faith and technical expertise to support the church he loves
LeRoy Troyer ’71
A Life Well Built
Troyer's legacy includes worldwide impact with Habitat for Humanity
Ricardo Arosemena ’98, ’05 M.Arch.
Architect Designs Healthy Neighborhoods for Everyone
He helps create vibrant communities that enrich the lives of people who live in them
Bruce Flowers ’79
Former ND Basketball Player Uses Sports to Help People with Special Needs
Undergraduate service experience helped pave the way for his volunteer work
Judge Joseph L. Falvey Jr., ’81, ’87 J.D.
Veteran And Wife Make a Difference Through Fostering, Adoption
Couple thrives on raising a large blended family
Ed Gavagan '86
In a New York Minute
Ed Gavagan '86 reflects on the random attack that almost took his life
Ginny Mikita ’91 J.D.
Children Flee Violence. She Helps Them Navigate A New Life.
ND lawyer represents immigrant and refugee children
John Dacey ’73
Working to Abolish Private Prisons
Attorney focuses on criminal justice reform issue
John Drumm ’97 M.B.A.
Reimagining Princess Stories For Today
Alum has rewritten classic tales to be empowering for girls
John W. Nelson ’64, ’67 J.D.
Helping Communities Fight Crime
Retired lawyer makes a difference with Crime Stoppers
Alex Montoya ’96
Born Without Three Limbs, Speaker and Author Inspires Others
He shares his story and challenges people to make a difference
Mack Stewart ’55
Warm Clothing For Children Wards Off Winter
Former newspaper publisher started program to help young people
Larry Hammel ’57
Bringing Hope to Prisons
Deacon leads ministry team that serves inmates
Amy McAuliffe ’90
Intelligence Chief Preps Presidents, Helps Protect the U.S.
Alum sees national security career as a public service
Cari Votava ’85 J.D.
Fighting Poverty And Curbing Corruption
She helps world’s poorest countries strengthen their economies
Frank Taylor ’70, ’74 M.A.
Serving His Country
Taylor’s work has covered national security, peacebuilding
Joey Getherall ’01
Police Officer Is Wired to Help People
Quick-thinking officer helps protect Los Angeles
David Bruton Jr. ’09
Healing Injuries And Creating Opportunity
Alum uses physical therapy, literacy, to help others
Darrell Gordon ’88, ’89 M.S. (Administration)
He Leads Life-Changing Treatment for Troubled Youth
His residential treatment center provides high-quality care
Rene Perez ’03
His App Keeps Schools, Students Safe
Visitor management technology enables schools to screen visitors
Dr. Jim Muller ’65 and Dr. John Pastore ’63
Domer Doctors Work Together to Prevent Nuclear War
They have worked with physicians in Russia, North Korea, to promote peace
John Macdonald, M.D. ’58
Helping Haiti to Heal Wounds
Doctor started sustainable wound care program following 2010 earthquake
Sheila (McDaniel) Henry ’87
She Survived Cancer And Raised Money to Fight It
She developed a passion for raising money to support life-saving research
Lindsay Meyer '08
Entrepreneur Took a Stand Against Harassment
She’s created a diverse and welcoming culture at her company
Denise A. Salerno, M.D. ’89
She Now Treats the Children of Former Patients
Pediatrician makes a difference serving generations of families in Philadelphia
Joe Radzikowski ’96
Saved from Substance Abuse, Supporting Others’ Recovery
He works for faith-based nonprofit that helps men with addiction
Patti (Bergin) Bedard ’86
Kidney Donor Gives Cousin a New Lease on Life
After her cousin began looking for a kidney donor, she answered the call
Rev. Fritz Louis, C.S.C., ’09 M.A.
Priest Empowers Fellow Haitians to Overcome Poverty
His organization provides training, resources to become self-sufficient
Elizabeth Barger Rose ’00
Entrepreneur Embraces Innovation in Helping Troubled Youth
She supports the work of a nonprofit that serves young people