Comets Come Together in New York and D.C.
Alumni from Washington, D.C., gathered with UT Dallas President David E. Daniel to celebrate their inaugural chapter event May 1, including Alice Post BA'10, MS'11. Post, the leader of the chapter, was presented with a UT Dallas flag.
Did you know that more than 80,000 UT Dallas alumni live all over the globe?
Every day they come together to network and socialize with other grads, family, friends, faculty and staff.
Comets in New York and Washington, D.C., found a way to connect through recent alumni chapter gatherings.
“It has been a fun and rewarding experience helping to bring UT Dallas alumni together in the New York area,” said Matthew Thompson BS’12.
“In just two months, we’ve attracted close to 50 members. I can confidently say we have brought together a great mix of diverse, career-oriented and sharp-minded alumni who are excited in connecting with other Comets in the region.”
Looking for ways to connect? Contact your regional representative and find other alumni on LinkedIn and Facebook.
Christopher Salisbury BA'08 and his wife, Leah Salisbury
From left: Braeden Mayer BS'13, Anna Markowitz BA'11 and Alice Post BA'10
The Greater New York alumni chapter gathered this spring. From left: Rachna Sheth BS'09, MBA'11, Amanda Gordon, Kate Estes MS'11 MBA'11, Jonathan Ragan BS'10 MS'11, Deloris Henderson BS'00, Matthew Thompson BS'12 and Arthur Santa-Maria BS'08, MBA'10.
Deloris Henderson BS'00
Rachna Sheth BS'09, MBA'11