#AfterReinhardt

Sue Hightower ’83 remains connected to the Reinhardt she fell in love with

“I fell in love with the atmosphere at Reinhardt College right away,” said 1983 Reinhardt graduate, Sue Hart Hightower. Hightower has always had a place in her heart for Reinhardt after first coming to campus with her friend, Kay Jones. After being shown around campus and meeting some of Jones’ friends, Hightower knew that this…

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#AfterReinhardt: Luke Daniel connects with community through baseball

When Luke Daniel ‘15 was a Reinhardt student, he not only played baseball but led his team as a captain. Now, he uses his love for the game to connect with his community in Cartersville and at Reinhardt.  After earning a degree from Reinhardt’s McCamish School of Business, Daniel began working in risk management for…

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#AfterReinhardt: John Sullivan thrives in international business

Alumni Board of Governors member John Sullivan ‘89 has spent his career in international business developing relationships with people in more than 50 countries all around the world. Currently serving as vice president for Birkman, a human capital consulting company, his life has followed an unpredictable but rewarding path.   After graduating from Reinhardt while it was still a two-year college, Sullivan attended Kennesaw…

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#AfterReinhardt: Dorothy Rogers Tilly and her fight for equality

Born within months of Reinhardt’s opening in 1883, Dorothy Rogers Tilly spent her life advocating for the civil rights of minorities, eventually working alongside Eleanor Roosevelt and earning an appointment to the National Women’s Committee for Civil Rights. “She is a powerful example of the importance of women’s roles in changing social views, and her…

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Taylor Asher ’17 makes strides toward her dream

By Madelyn Montgomery Taylor Asher came to Reinhardt University with a determination and will to succeed as she was already making her first steps toward her dream of being a physical therapist. Grades were always important to Asher – she knew they would have to be great to get into a good physical therapy program.…

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