Tag Archives: Jai Jamison

Alumni News Round-Up: Week of October 19, 2019

October 21, 2019 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of October 19, 2019: Thanks to Dr. Sam Zhao (’04) for doing our first alumni Instagram takeover!  Sam is an assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine and walked us through a day in his life on Monday, October 21. The RTD wrote about SLAVE CRY, […]

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Alumni News Round-Up: Week of November 17, 2018

November 19, 2018 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of November 17, 2018: Charles Merritt (’03) is the co-founder and CEO of Buddy, a tech company that offers episodic accident insurance for people engaged in outdoor activities and sports.  The RTD wrote about them in this article. Neil Amin (’96) and Jai Jamison (’03) were recently appointed to board […]

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Alumni News Round-Up: Week of August 4, 2018

August 8, 2018 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of August 4, 2018: Lucy Dacus (’13) is on the cover of Richmond Magazine’s Best & Worst issue. VCU News profiled Shira Lanyi (’05), who recently started medical school after a career as a professional ballerina.  “The transition from dance to medical school gave me a new strength […]

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Alumni News Round-Up: Week of May 5, 2018

May 7, 2018 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of May 5, 2018: Congratulations to Kent Dickey (’18), who will be playing soccer next year for Villanova. Writer/director Jai Jamison (’03) talked to RVA Mag about his short film entitled “Slave Cry” starring his sister, actress Courtney Jamison (’11). The film is set for release […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Courtney Jamison (’11)

October 5, 2017 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

“I always knew I wanted to be an actor,” says Courtney Jamison (’11), who is currently a student at the Yale School of Drama in New Haven, CT.  “Looking back, I think I’ve always had a craving for connection, telling stories, and empathizing with other human beings.”  In high school, Courtney appreciated the focus at […]

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