Summit faculty alumni are always making headlines. Here are some interesting stories we uncovered this summer.
Allen Catherine Kagina (TGLS 2014) was appointed to the position of Executive Director of the Uganda National Roads Authority.
Joseph Grenny (TGLS 2013, TGLS 2014) wrote an article for the Harvard Business Review online, What Africa’s Leaders Have Learned About Facing Huge Challenges.
On July 10, 2014, Gungor (TGLS 2012) will release the first album of a three-album trilogy entitled One Wild Life.
Cory Booker (TGLS 2011) announced that he would be releasing his memoir in January 2016.
T.D. Jakes (TGLS 2010, 2004) gave an insightful interview on CBN News regarding racial tensions in America. You have to watch this!
Following the resignation of long-time pastor and Summit friend Rick White, our Nashville host site, The People’s Church, will merge with non-denominational Church in the City under lead pastor Darren Whitehead (TGLS 2010).
Bono (TGLS 2009, 2006) appeared onstage with U2s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour throughout the United States.
Marcus Buckingham (TGLS 2007, 2004) released the results of a survey identifying the U.S. and China as the countries with the most engaged workers.
A play entitled Camp David, centering around Jimmy Carter (TGLS 2007) and the historic Camp David Accord, is targeting Broadway for an opening in the 2016-17 season.
The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame named its south rotunda in honor of Pat Summit (TGLS 2004).
Darlene Zschech (TGLS 1998), following her successful treatment for breast cancer, made her first trip to the United States in two years to speak at the National Worship Leaders Conference in Kansas City.