In 2003, Carol Dale, ’94 Occupational Therapy, traveled to Honduras as part of an Olancho Aid Foundation mission team.
Washington Square: The Stories of San Jose State
Pamela Cornelison, ’96 Journalism, likes teaching—just not in the classroom. (A stint as a junior high teaching assistant taught her that.) Tutoring is her forte, adult literacy her cause.
Aimi Duong, ’12 Business, has launched Oimei, a fair trade company that sells textiles woven by women from seven tribes in northern Thailand.
Profile: Wanjiru Kamau, ’65 Social Sciences
Sharon Castellanos, ’83 Nursing, is building awareness about organ and tissue donation within Hispanic communities through her nonprofit, Brandon’s Crossroads.