Bridgewater College women’s soccer player Bailey Kratz ’19 and Addyson McNeal have developed a special bond that extends beyond the soccer field.
Wallace Hatcher ’55 founded Lantz Construction Co. with a focus on treating clients and business partners with fairness and integrity.
Kerry Estabrook Cofield ’96, owner of Sign Pro and Signs USA in Harrisonburg, Va., says connecting with clients and building relationships are key.
Aubrey and Esther Knight, who received the West-Whitelow Award for Humanitarian Service from the College in 2013, were inspired to start My Father’s House International, a nonprofit ministry, after a medical mission trip to San Salvador.
Dr. Jim Mumper’s PartnerMD is changing the traditional medical model with short wait times and up to 90 minutes for appointments.
Joshua Gooden ’16 uses his bachelor of business administration with an emphasis in marketing from Bridgewater College in his own business as a photographer as well as in his day job as Economic Development and Tourism Coordinator for Rockingham County.
Louis Brown ’90 uses his bachelor of art from Bridgewater College to sculpt masks and make the costumes and props for his Luray, Va., haunted house.
Chris Johnson ’05 has always brought people of different backgrounds together. His devotion to Christ led to the founding of Divine Unity Community Church, a multiethnic, multicultural place of worship.
Aseel Saied ’14 always dreamed of opening her own gym in her hometown of Ramallah, Palestine, as a way to build strength in the community.
Derek Smiley, an ’04 graduate of Bridgewater College, started his mobile ice cream business with support from the Bridgewater community and now welcomes up to 1,000 customers on a summer day.