Social Activist I Morgan Goodwin I ’08

Arriving on campus in the fall of 2004, Morgan Goodwin wasted little time making his presence felt. One night in November, as his entry prepared for Sunday Snacks, Goodwin and a friend met in the stairwell of Sage Hall. Goodwin glanced at his watch. “On the count of three, we… Continue reading »

Community Developer I Stevon Cook I ’08

Election day 2014 is a big day for Williams College. In Massachusetts, Martha Coakley ’75 is running for governor. In Virginia, a pair of Ephs are battling each other for a spot in the U.S. House of Representatives. And in San Francisco, 29-year-old Stevon Cook is making his first bid… Continue reading »

Storyteller | Pei-Ru Ko | ’09

What would you do if you woke up tomorrow unable to get out of bed, incapable of going to work, and faced with no timetable for a recovery? After graduating from Williams in the spring of 2009, Pei-Ru Ko went home to Taiwan determined to make a difference. In many… Continue reading »

School Principal | Kim Dacres | ’08

Kim Dacres, the principal of New York’s Harlem Prep Middle School, doesn’t fit the traditional mold. Growing up, Dacres remembers all of her principals as old white men. She’s a 28-year-old African-American from the Bronx. Her leadership style is also unique. Rather than hide away in an office,… Continue reading »