Thomas received Virginia Tech’s 2015 Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine Outstanding Senior Award, which recognizes exceptional academic achievement and leadership by a graduating senior. Thomas received his D.V.M. degree in May. At K he earned his bachelor’s degree in biology. He also earned a minor in Chinese and did his study abroad in Beijing, China. At VMCVM he was a member of the Gamma Sigma Delta Agriculture Honor Society, received the Robert C. Brown Career Life Sciences Award in Leadership (2013 and 2014), and served as a research assistant, student member on the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine dean’s search committee, and as a student interviewer for the college’s class of 2018 applicants.
Cody graduated from Harvard Divinity School in May with a Master of Theological studies degree. At K she majored in religion and studied abroad in Chiang Mai, Thailand. At Harvard her academic focus was on American religious history with special interests in 20th- and 21st-century religious phenomena. She plans to pursue her doctorate in American religious history at Yale University.
Megan is a rural education associate in Denver, Colorado, with Community Resource Center, a nonprofit organization that creates opportunities, tools, and strategies to develop other nonprofits and community groups throughout Colorado. Megan grew up in the suburbs of Denver; she earned her bachelor’s degree from K in art and art history and studied abroad in Caceres, Spain. She is currently working towards her master’s degree in public administration at the University of Colorado at Denver. She also serves as a board member for Perspective: Cherry Arts Young Professional Board. Megan hopes to someday combine her passion for the arts and social justice. When not in the office, she enjoys being outside in any capacity, whether that be hiking, camping, rock climbing, ice climbing, snowshoeing, or skiing, and of course she loves going to all the art museums and shows in Denver.