Jim Morris '73 Virtual Tower Talk
Jim Morris '73, the president of Pixar Animation Studios, hosted a Virtual Tower Talk for Tower Hill alumni, students, families and friends on Saturday, Oct. 24. As the president of Pixar, Morris has overseen films such as Inside Out, Ratatouille, Toy Story 3, Cars 2 and 3, Incredibles 2 and Coco. He also produced Pixar's Wall-E, which won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film in 2009.
Anisha Abraham, M.D., M.P.H., ’86 Virtual Tower Talk
Anisha Abraham, M.D., M.P.H., ’86 discussed her new book, Raising Global Teens: Parenting in the 21st Century, at a Virtual Tower Talk on Oct. 14. The book explores the hot topics that adolescents experience today in the context of our modern, mobile world.
David Larned '95 Virtual Tower Talk
David Larned '95, a portrait, landscape and still life painter, gave a tour of his art studio during a Virtual Tower Talk on June 17. Larned has a successful career in portraiture and landscape painting, with subjects including Delaware First Ladies and corporate CEOs, and received many accolades, including his distinction as a repeat semi-finalist in the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Competition.
Gerard Baltazar, D.O., '98 Virtual Tower Talk
On the COVID frontline since his neighborhood in New Rochelle became an American pandemic epicenter, Gerard Baltazar, D.O., '98, a trauma and intensive care surgeon at NYU Langone Health, has treated and performed medical research for critically-ill COVID patients at multiple centers. Baltazar shared his experience with the Tower Hill community at a Virtual Tower Talk on June 11.
Kate Lemay, Ph.D., '97 Virtual Tower Talk
Kate Lemay, Ph.D., '97 gave an insider's look to curating an exhibition and an early celebration of the women's suffrage centennial at a Virtual Tower Talk on May 28. Lemay is a historian at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery where she curated “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence” and authored its accompanying catalog of the same name, published by Princeton University Press. She earned a dual Ph.D. in art history and American studies from Indiana University, Bloomington.