1990s Alumni Updates

Below are archived updates for alumni graduating in the 1990s, ordered by graduation year. Visit the Recent Alumni Updates page for current news.

Deborah (Herring) Grissett '92 (BS)- Recently received promotion to Neuroscience Specialty Sales with Schering-Plough/Merck. (10/09)

Renee (Dane) Seaman '93 (BS)- Working as a Nurse Practitioner in Trauma @ MCV. I miss my "athletic" contacts. Have 3 girls 12 y.o & twin 5yr olds who are very active. The oldest dances @ School of theRichmond Ballet, 1 does gymnastics & the other is finding her way & trying lots of things out. Hope all are well! (10/12)

John Rockwell '96 (BS) - Working for UNC Hospitals as Administrative Director of Oncology.  We opened the new state of the art North Carolina Cancer Hospital this summer and things are moving quickly for the Cancer Center as a result significant investments in the program.  Prior to joining UNC I worked for several years traveling the country as a Business, Operations and Strategy Consultant to Hospitals of all types.  Many fond memories of Drs. McCoy, Kambis Charles and Deschenes and I'm certainly pleased and proud to see how well the department is doing. (10/09)

Gregory Friedman ‘97 (BS) -  After earning my BS degree from the Kinesiology Department at William & Mary, I attended the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) to study medicine. After receiving my MD degree from MCG, I moved on to the Medical School of the University of Alabama at Birmingham where I completed a residency in Pediatrics in 2005, and a fellowship in Pediatric Hematology and Oncology in 2008. I am currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UAB. (10/12)

Martha (Simms) Mikell '97 (BS)- I am living in Stuarts Draft, VA and teaching high school Chemistry & Anatomy. It's just not the same without being able to take my students on a field trip to see Dr. McCoy in the cadaver lab! :) (3/16)

David Vicks '99 (BS) - I am currently serving as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard. Since graduating, I have earned a M.S. in Quality Management Systems, as well as a second M.S. in Strategic Intelligence, from the Defense Intelligence Agency's National Defense Intelligence College. I have served in a variety of positions over the last 10 years, including Search & Rescue Coordinator, Law Enforcement Boarding Officer, Supervisor of a Command Center, and currently as Chief of the Intelligence Division for North Carolina. Although I have largely moved away from Kinesiology during my career, I greatly value the education I received at W&M. As my Command's Health Promotion Coordinator and Wellness Coordinator (collateral duties), I regularly call upon many of the principles learned from Professors McCoy, Charles, Deschenes, and Kambis in order to serve my fellow Coast Guard members. (10/11)