List of New College of Florida alumni

Lincoln Díaz-Balart
Merlin Mann
David M. Smolin
Alumni Notability
Anita L. Allen Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and professor of philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania Law School
David Allen Writer and productivity consultant, developed the "Getting Things Done" method of time management
Robert D. Atkinson Author and founder of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Esther Barazzone President of Chatham University[1]
Robert Bilott American environmental attorney known for lawsuits against DuPont on behalf of plaintiffs from West Virginia and the subject of the 2019 movie Dark Waters
Derek Black Former white supremacist leader who rejected his family's ideology in favor of tolerance, subject of Eli Saslow's 2018 book Rising out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist
Bruce Beresford-Redman Reality TV producer, convicted murderer
Paul Cebar Singer-songwriter
Kristi Coulter Author, winner of a 2019 Washington State Book Award
Michael DeMaria Clinical psychologist, author, and musician
José Díaz-Balart Emmy Award-winning journalist, Telemundo and NBC national news anchor
Lincoln Díaz-Balart Former United States Congressman
Rick Doblin President and founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
The Dollyrots Co-founded by Kelly Ogden (lead vocals and bassist) and Luis Cabezas (guitarist)
William C. Dudley President, New York Federal Reserve Bank
Stephen Duprey Prominent New Hampshire businessman and politician; member of the Republican National Committee; four-term chair of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee; elected in 1972 at age 19 to the New Hampshire House of Representatives as the youngest state representative in the United States
Margee Ensign President, Dickinson College; Former president, American University of Nigeria; awarded the African Leadership Award in Educational Excellence by African Leadership Magazine (2011)
Earth and Fire Erowid Founders, Erowid; lecturers on psychedelics and safety; recipients of the Drug Policy Alliance's Dr. Andrew Weil Award for Achievement in the Field of Drug Education (2011) [2][3]
Carol Flint Emmy Award-winning television writer and producer, ER, The West Wing[4]
Janet Goldwater Emmy-nominated documentary-maker[5] [6]
Mitchell Gomez Author[7] and Executive Director of DanceSafe[8]
X González Anti-gun violence activist[9])
Jennifer Granick Attorney; Director of Civil Liberties, Stanford Center for Internet and Society; former Civil Liberties Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation[10]
Elaine Hall Emmy Award winner, founder and director of The Miracle Project
Paul K. Hansma Presidential scholar in physics, namesake of the Paul Hansma Research Group at the Department of Physics of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Aaron Hillegass Author, programmer, educator, founder of Big Nerd Ranch, investor. In 2014, Forbes Magazine named him one of the top 10 amateur stock pickers in America [11]
Rowan Jacobsen Science and food author; founder of; winner of the James Beard Award; Alicia Patterson Foundation fellow, McGraw Center for Business Journalism fellow, Knight Science Journalism fellow at MIT
Chantal V. Johnson lawyer and writer: graduate of Stanford Law School and a 2018 Center for Fiction Emerging Writers Fellow, author of Post-Traumatic lives in New York City
Jaymay Singer-songwriter based in New York City and London
Joel Judd Attorney; former member of the Colorado House of Representatives
Sarah Rose Karr Former child actress, best known for her roles in Beethoven, Beethoven 2, and Kindergarten Cop[12]
Victoria Kolakowski First openly transgender person to serve as a trial court judge of general jurisdiction in the United States
Sung-Yoon Lee North Korea scholar, U.S. government advisor
Sondra London True crime author
Brian Lukacher Art historian, professor of art history at Vassar College
Merlin Mann Writer, editor, and podcaster
Sharon Matola Biologist, environmentalist, founder and director of the Belize Zoo
Nancy E. McEldowney Diplomat; Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) program at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University;[13] former Director, Foreign Service Institute; former United States Ambassador to Bulgaria
Colonel Adam Oler, JD Security Studies professor at the National War College[14]
Jason Osder Award-winning documentary director of Let the Fire Burn, professor at George Washington University[15]
Ramon Mujica Pinilla Librarian Executive Director Peruvian National Library under three presidents; Historian; Anthropologist
Sharon Landesman Ramey Behavioral scientist specializing in child development; fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Judith Mendelsohn Rood Author and religious scholar [16][17]
Nicholas Schaffner Writer, rock & roll journalist, expert on the Beatles; died August 28, 1991
Eric Schickler Jeffrey and Ashley McDermott Endowed Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley
David M. Smolin Professor of Law at the Cumberland School of Law and director of Cumberland School of Law's Center for Biotechnology, Law, and Ethics
William Thurston Mathematician, 1982 winner of the Fields Medal; died August 21, 2012
Josh Tickell Biodiesel advocate; author; director of the documentary Fuel, which won the audience award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival
Steve Randy Waldman Computer programmer, economics writer, and "Danish libertarian"; blogger at Interfluidity .
Ira Wallace Organic gardener, teacher and author. She manages Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
Jackie Wang Academic and poet, finalist for 2021 National Book Award for Poetry and author of Carceral Capitalism (2018).
Mark Weiser Former Chief Scientist at Xerox PARC Laboratories; founder of ubiquitous computing; died on April 27, 1999
Commander Jonathan White Coordinating Official and Incident Commander for Unaccompanied Alien Children Program in the Office of Refugee Resettlement; testified during the Trump administration family separation policy hearings.[18]
John Wilke Investigative reporter at the Wall Street Journal; died on May 1, 2009
Sam Zamarripa First Hispanic to serve in the Georgia state senate

References Edit

  1. ^ "President's Bio | Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA". Retrieved 2017-07-11.
  2. ^ "Fire Erowid". Retrieved 26 Feb 2021.
  3. ^ Stanley, Mickey (16 Mar 2015). "A Long, Strange Trip: The Couple Behind the Wiki of Drugs". Nylon. Retrieved 26 Feb 2021.
  4. ^ "Carol Flint". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
  5. ^ "Janet Goldwater". Women Make Movies. Retrieved 2023-02-01.
  6. ^ "Pew Fellowships In The Arts Celebrates Artists Working In Many Media". 2005-06-01. Retrieved 2023-02-01.
  7. ^ "Mitchell Gomez, Author at Lucid News". Lucid News. Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  8. ^ Gomez, Mitchell (2017-03-27). "DanceSafe Introduces New Executive Director and Restructures National Team | DanceSafe". Retrieved 2023-01-25.
  9. ^ "Life After Parkland". 3 January 2023. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  10. ^ "Jennifer Granick". Retrieved 2017-07-11.
  11. ^ Maggie McGrath (10 December 2014). "Leaving Your Portfolio's Fate To An Algorithm's Whims". Forbes. Retrieved 2023-01-21.
  12. ^ "Sarah Rose Karr". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
  14. ^ "Oler, Col Adam, JD - (USAF-Ret)". Retrieved 2023-02-01.
  15. ^ "Jason Osder". Retrieved 2023-02-01.
  16. ^ "Judith Rood, Digital Commons @ Biola". Retrieved 2023-02-01.
  17. ^ "Judith Mendelsohn Rood: Biola University, Department of History and Social Science, Emerita". Retrieved 2023-02-01.
  18. ^ "Jonathan White". c-SPAN. Retrieved 2023-01-31.

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