Monday, August 27, 2007
Charity takes precedence over career for some grads | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle: "ATLANTA — With a freshly minted Emory University diploma in hand, Elisabeth Sholtys moved to Pune, India, this summer to run the orphanage she founded three years ago. Asmah Abushagur and Rochester Institute of Technology classmate Jaimen Brill launched a nonprofit that designs braille clothing tags. Georgetown University graduate David Fajgenbaum runs Students of Ailing Mothers and Fathers, a national support network he founded after his mother died of brain cancer when he was 19. And that's where the list starts"