Getting a snapshot of the day-to-day work at the Hope Center helped two alumni define very different futures. Internships and a liberal arts education led them to fulfilling careers.
For Texas native Ashley Humphrey ’10, now working in England as a Young Persons Drug and Alcohol Practitioner, everything she needed to heal and grow was within reach as a student at Transylvania.
Sammy Clore ’22 is one of a series of Transylvania pre-dental and pre-med students to volunteer at The Refuge Clinic, which offers medical care to the uninsured. He’s getting rare hands-on experience working with alumni.
Dr. Ashley A. Montgomery-Yates ’97 is drawing from her broad-based Transylvania education as she helps steer a major part of the local vaccination effort.
A Transylvania alumna discovered her interest in environmental health through the study of biology, Spanish and travel to Ecuador. Now a Ph.D. candidate at Emory University, she’s been chosen for the Agents of Change in Environmental Health program and named a “next-generation environmental health leader.”