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Always the Gold Sandal
My mom, Dana, built tool sets at a tool factory; on the weekends she became a sexy Donna Karan power woman. My Grandma Hattie was a factory knitter, but she moonlighted as a feline Patrick Kelly–esque dame, particularly on Sundays. Read the full story by Charles Harbison '03 for The Atlantic.
Daniel Malechuk ’03 is Paving the Future of Farming
Daniel Malechuk '03, CEO of Kalera, is turning traditional farming upside down using cleanroom technology.
Taking Care of Business
Agile Park entrepreneurs lead their companies through the COVID-19 pandemic.
A path well taken
At the age of 15, Josh Sawyer ’03 unexpectedly performed CPR on a neighbor until first-responders arrived. It was this moment that catapulted his interest...
Dan Malechuk ’03 Shows Parker Lee ’19 the Food Sales Ropes
Dan Malechuk ’03 and Parker Lee ’19 may not have imagined when Dan interviewed Parker for the Park Scholarship in 2015 that one day in...
The following Park Scholars, alumni, and faculty received media attention in recent weeks:
Remembering Tripp Polen ‘03
The Park Scholarships program community is saddened by the loss of William “Tripp” Donald Polen III, a member of the Class of 2003 and brother...
Meteorologist Kelly Mahoney ‘03 Forecasts Weather for a Changing Planet
Following is one of 28 first-person alumni profiles that were compiled in a photo book for the Park Foundation Trustees in September 2016. Each alumnus...
Park Scholar Media Mentions
The following Park community members and initiatives have received media attention in recent weeks:
Daniel Hoag ‘03 Walks the Cutting Edge of Computer Technology
With hundreds of millions of users and one of the most iconic – and quirkily mercurial – logos, Google is among the world’s most familiar...