Whether it’s saving lives, integrating institutions or disrupting the music business, Terry alumni have regularly made transformative contributions to the world around them. Here are 12 instances in which the Terry family has left indelible marks on our planet.
When volcano diver Sam Cossman (BBA ’03) brought disaster relief to the people of Vanuatu in the wake of Category 5 Cyclone Pam.
When Lady Antebellum (Charles Kelley and David Haywood, both BBA '04) released the first album to hit No. 1 that comprised 20% of its sales through the Internet, showing the world that people are willing to pay for music online.
When Garrett Gravesen (BBA ’03) and Robert Reese (BBA ’03) started the Global L.E.A.D. Program and inserted a passion for effective volunteer work into study abroad education.