Nancy Stevens ’83 Reaches New Summits

After graduating from Kalamazoo College in 1983, Nancy Stevens moved to Colorado to work at a Girl Scout camp. Soon she began hiking “Fourteeners,” Colorado’s numerous 14,000-foot mountains. Her first was Long’s Peak. Her most recent is Grand Teton. Impressive? Yes, especially considering that Nancy has been almost completely blind since birth. Read about this K alumna with “contagious positive energy,” in an Aug. 29 article in the Jackson Hole News & Guide. Keep climbing, Nancy!

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As the Director of Media Relations and Online Content, I share the stories that distinguish Kalamazoo College through social media, the Web and the news media. Contact me at abrown@kzoo.edu.