Class Notes

Do you have a new job? Have you been promoted? Retired? Did you get married? Let your Trinity classmates know what you have been up to! Read messages, announcements, and updates from fellow Trinity alumni, or leave one of your own.

Newer updates will appear at the top of each decade, and updates will be displayed for 3 months.

Updated: September 22, 2023

Brooks Piper
Class Year: 2017

Brooks Piper lived in Montreal, Canada after earning his master's degree in Heritage Conservation at the University of Montreal. He has worked (in French!) as a Heritage Consultant for the Quebec Religious Heritage Council since 2019 and got married in October of 2022. He earned a bachelor's degree in Art History with a second major in French from Trinity University.

Alyssa Sailor-Tynes
Class Year: 2017

Alyssa Sailor-Tynes married Grayam Sailor-Tynes at the San Antonio Botanical Garden last spring.They celebrated alongside family and friends, many of whom were Trinity faculty, staff and alumni. Alyssa is the Digital Marketing Manager at the Witte Museum and her husband Grayam is in medical school, earning his MD.

Aaron Skinner
Class Year: 2015

Aaron Skinner gave a TEDx talk recounting his experience as a Fulbright student researcher working with birds, farmers, biologists, and a more sustainable approach to cattle ranching in Colombia. He advocates that conservationists must work with local communities to find and implement economically viable conservation solutions.

Updated: August 2, 2023

Andrew Duong
Class Year: 2023

Andrew Duong begins Physician Assistant school in January 2024.

Updated: September 22, 2023

Amy Gibbs
Class Year: 2008

Amy Gibbs was recognized as one of Houston Business Journal's 40 Under 40 Class of 2023 and in Houston Woman Magazine as one of the city's 50 Most Influential Women of 2022 for her work as Managing Director of ROCO Chamber Orchestra and service to Houston's arts and culture community

Whitney McCarthy
Class Year: 2004

Dr. Whitney McCarthy was voted in as a shareholder Pathologist within the Clinical Pathology Associates in San Antonio, TX.

Updated: August 2, 2023

Blake Holman
Class Year: 2008

Blake Holman finished his Ph.D. in Accounting in May of 2023 at the University of Kentucky. He is an Assistant Professor in Accounting at University of Central Florida's Dixon School of Accounting. He has been awarded numerous grants for his research in accounting and was the Teacher of the Year in 2020. He is excited to follow the footsteps of Dr. Petrea Sandlin who taught him while he was at Trinity.

Carrie Ingoldsby
Class Year: 2002

Carrie Ingoldsby worked 18 years in higher education and 13 years at Mercer University before accepting the role as Dean of Students at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA in December of 2022.

Updated: June 6, 2023

Jacki Welsh
Class Year: 2009

Jacki Welsh published her first poetry collection in April 2023. Shifting and pulling the reader through history, myth, and the modern age, Chthonic Recollections showcases the complexity and magic of what it means to be woman.

Updated: September 22, 2023

Dan Davis
Class Year: 1994

Dan Davis lives in New York City and has a son named Ea Z. Davis. Dan earned his MBA at Columbia Business School and works in Mergers & Acquisitions in the private equity field.

Updated: August 2, 2023

Scott Bateman
Class Year: 1998

Scott Bateman is thrilled to share the release of his first publication. Working with two co-authors, he published Geospatial Data Analytics on AWS through Packt Publishing. The book compiles mapping and location based concepts that can be implemented in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.

Updated: June 6, 2023

Khrisslyn Goodman
Class Year: 1997

Dr. Khrisslyn Goodman finished her Ed.D. at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN in June 2022. She will continue to train teachers and work in the PK-12 public school system in research and evaluation as an adjunct professor.

Aimee Wilson Sproles
Class Year: 1994

Aimee Wilson Sproles is the new CEO of Girl Scouts of Western Ohio starting in December 2022. She has relocated to the Dayton, OH area.

Cathy Marston
Class Year: 1990

Dr. Cathy Marston co-authored a guest commentary column article titled, "Texas Women Deserve Pardon, Not Daniel Perry." This article was published in the San Antonio Express-News on April 26, 2023.

Updated: September 22, 2023

Mark Maddox
Class year: 1981
Mark Maddox was elected Mayor of Dresden, Tennessee, in November of 2022. He visited with the Mayor of Dresden, Germany, in June of 2023 and then retired in July of 2023 after a 40-year career in public education.

Updated: August 2, 2023

Lisa Petrovich
Class year: 1988
Lisa Petrovich is now the Website Project Manager at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.

Joe Medrano
Class year: 1983
Joe Medrano semi-retired from a 20+ year career in non-profit organizational communications & management, regional management,community capacity building, local-regional fundraising and small business ownership.

Updated: June 6, 2023

Jill Jackson and Lisa Reitzes
Class year: 1989
Jill Jackson and Lisa Reitzes celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on May 24, 2023. They have lived in Seattle, WA, since 2001. Jill directs the archives and library collections for the Paul G. Allen Estate. Lisa is retired and an active volunteer with food insecurity and democracy organizations.

Updated: September 22, 2023

Daniel Rodriguez
Class year: 1977
Daniel Rodriguez is a full time Real Estate Agent. He has assisted 65+ year old individuals with their Medicare enrollments and individuals who qualified for disability under 65 years old.

Brett Hall
Class year: 1974
Brett Hall's new book called Our Fathers will be published in November of 2023 by Dorrance Publishing. His book tells the story of the men in his family, especially his father, Ralph Hall. Their sacrifices for their country and leadership in the communities and family are described in detail. Most importantly, the book describes the positive influence they had on Brett and his siblings. The take away from this story is how fathers, grandfathers and uncles are a positive driving force in our society.

George Scruggs
Class year: 1973
Reverend George Scruggs enjoyed his career as a lawyer and pastor after graduation. During retirement he wrote a novel under the pen name, Alystair West. His novel titled Marshland. The story takes place in Houston, TX in the 1980s and involves a young lawyer who becomes involved in a murder investigation and makes some unusual discoveries.

Updated: June 6, 2023

Geary Reamey
Class year: 1970
Professor Geary Reamey retired from St. Mary's University School of Law on May 31 after 41 years as a member of the faculty. Upon his retirement, he was named Professor Emeritus.

It's kind of quiet in here! If you're a member of any Classes between 1960-1967, share your updates with the Office of Alumni Relations today!

It's kind of quiet in here! If you're a member of any Classes before 1960, share your updates with the Office of Alumni Relations today!



The Trinity Story

Trinity alumni make a difference in their communities, with their organizations, and across the globe. You remain connected to one another through life updates, milestones, and sharing the impact you have on the world around you.

Share Your Updates Alumni Spotlights