Alumni Success Stories
Wayland alumni have made a positive impact in a variety of career, volunteer and organizational opportunities throughout the world. These are just a few of their stories.
Alexa Lunsford, BA in English:
Alexa Lunsford, a 2015 graduate, holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Wayland and plans to start law school at Texas Tech University in August 2016. This is a feat Lunsford believes she couldn’t have ever accomplished without the very personal guidance she received from faculty and staff at WBU.
Andrew Cosper, BA in Spanish, MA in Spanish TTU:
When Andrew Cosper started studying Spanish at Wayland over five years ago, he was originally studying under a different major. However, Cosper found learning another language so rewarding that in a year’s time he had changed his major to Spanish.
Kianna Bullard Brown, BA in Spanish:
In 2010, Kianna (Bullard) Brown graduated from Wayland with her Bachelor of Art degree in Spanish. Now, Kianna serves as the Operations Administrator for Love Thy Neighborhood, a social justice internship and Christian community program, in Louisville Kentucky--a mission supported by her years at Wayland.
John Trischitti III, BA in English and MA in Library Science UNT:
When John Trischitti III first came to Wayland, he intended to major in theatre. However, after a few semesters, he decided to pursue a degree in English although he continued to frequent the theatre department. In 2000, Trischitti graduated from Wayland with a Bachelor of Arts in English and later received his Master of Library Science from the University of North Texas.
Becca Wilhite, BA in English and Physical Education:
Becca Wilhite, a 2000 Wayland graduate with a double major in English and Physical Education, knew she would be a Flying Queen, but she didn’t know that was not the only kind of Queen she would be at Wayland.