Samiyyah Ali ’06 decided she wanted to be a lawyer in elementary school. “From a very young age, I was energized by the idea of advocacy and how I could use this passion to contribute to the community,” Samiyyah says. She never knew this aspiration would lead her to be part of the highest level of justice—clerking for the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Protecting the dwindling rhino population and saving forests that purify our air, Carter Roberts '78 remains relentless as the CEO of the World Wildlife Fund. He must. After all, there is no Planet B.
A leader in her industry, Fielding was named one of Broadcast & Cable’s Emerging Tech Leaders to Watch. She helped launch NBCUniversal’s first Amazon Alexa experience and coordinated the Rio Olympics Innovation Lounge, an immersive experience in Rockefeller Center, that highlighted the cutting-edge technology used for the Rio Olympics and was seen by almost 3,000 people.
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