Evan McDougall '00

After graduating from Goucher College with a BA in theatre and minoring in art, Evan McDougall , has been working in the Baltimore/ Washington D.C. theatre scene as a carpenter, welder, and machinist. He has led and helped crews realize designers’ visions for 5 or 6 shows each season at Imagination Stage and more currently as the Resident Carpenter at Everyman Theatre. He remains grateful to FSS for his early exposure to the arts that has led him down this path in life.

Jeffrey Tubbs '95

Jeffrey Tubbs ’95 is president of JDT International, a firm that specializes in urban planning, real estate development and public/private partnerships. Tubbs credits his volunteer work with Big Brothers and Big Sisters as his inspiration for launching his non-profit, Urban Roots. The mission of Urban Roots is to enhance all JDT International housing developments with art, design and sustainable features while mentoring local youth.

Calvin Morris '59

Reverend Dr. Calvin Morris '59 recalls a saying his father used to recite, “you have to understand that nobody is better than you and you are not better than anybody else either.” Morris was born into a family of social justice activists. He remembers his parents participating in a boycott of the Philadelphia Transportation Company in the '40s to protest the company’s refusal to hire black workers. Morris says, “They taught me that protest was one way of trying to bring about change.”