Welcome to life after graduating FLC

We are the Fort Lewis College Alumni Engagement Office, your hub for staying connected and engaged with our vibrant alumni community. Regardless of when you graduated, our goal is to support and enhance your relationship with Fort Lewis College.

We foster lifelong connections, celebrate your achievements, and provide valuable opportunities for networking, professional development, and personal growth through events, career services, mentorship programs, and community initiatives.

This is a dynamic and inclusive space where alumni thrive, contribute, and make a lasting impact. Join us as we build upon the legacy of Fort Lewis College and celebrate the journeys of our alumni.

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FLC Summits

An alumni story video series

Justin Beals (English-Theatre, '95) Justin Beals (English-Theatre, '95)

Justin Beals (English-Theatre, '95)

In the fall of 2022, entrepreneur Justin Beals stopped by the school to have a look at his old haunts. Beals has built a career in cybersecurity and credits his success to time spent pacing the boards of the FLC Mainstage, where he learned to tell stories.
Jacquelene & Angelo McHorse Jacquelene & Angelo McHorse

Jacquelene & Angelo McHorse

In 2012, FLC alums Jacquelene and Angelo McHorse started Bison Star Naturals, a small family business whose products are made with organically, naturally and locally sourced ingredients. FLC caught up with the McHorses to chat about their time at FLC, their approach to entrepreneurialism and community, and their plans for the future!
Ray Boucher Ray Boucher

Ray Boucher

1980 Class President Ray Boucher talks about life at the Fort in the Seventies, bed racing, his professors and the importance of conviction.
P.T. Wood (Business Administration, '90) P.T. Wood (Business Administration, '90)

P.T. Wood (Business Administration, '90)

P. T. Wood isn’t the first person to have his life changed on a river trip. Nor is he the first to imbibe some liquid spirits on said trip. But for Wood, the convergence of the two has led to a life and occupation in one of those unique mountain-lifestyle ways: as a distiller and mayor of a thriving Colorado mountain town.
Joshua Been (Art '99) Joshua Been (Art '99)

Joshua Been (Art '99)

For Joshua Been, a career in art has been an art unto itself. As a working artist, change, adaptability, and growth – as well as the U.S. Army and the wildlands of the American West -- have been essential to his success. And that eclectic, self-crafted path was enabled by his ability to carve his own academic vision – both personally and professionally – at FLC.
Ricardo Caté (Education, '06) Ricardo Caté (Education, '06)

Ricardo Caté (Education, '06)

The most prominent Native American cartoonist working today, Marine veteran, speaker, and standup comedian Ricardo Caté was employed by the Santa Fe New Mexican immediately after his graduation from FLC in 2006 to publish a daily single-panel cartoon called “Without Reservation,” which he had created while working for FLC’s student newspaper, The Independent.
Chris Schauble (Broadcast Journalism, '91) Chris Schauble (Broadcast Journalism, '91)

Chris Schauble (Broadcast Journalism, '91)

Every kid has their favorite TV show. For Chris Schauble it was the evening news. That early obsession led to a career in broadcast journalism that has spanned thirty years, five daytime Emmy Awards, and six Golden Mikes. These days Chris is the morning news anchor for Los Angeles’ KTLA, serving the second-largest media market in the United States.
Marissa Molina (Political Science, '14) Marissa Molina (Political Science, '14)

Marissa Molina (Political Science, '14)

Marissa Molina never thought she’d get through school, let alone soar to the top of her profession. Now she’s making history as the first DACA recipient to serve on a Colorado state board, specifically the Board of Trustees at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Brought from Mexico when she was 9, Marissa qualified for the DACA exemption under President Obama. After graduating from FLC in 2014 with a degree in political science, Marissa went on to carve out a career as a teacher where she was soon recognized as a fierce advocate for vulnerable immigrant families. The White House’s “Champions of Change” award recognizes how one voice really can shape the world. In 2015, Marissa received that honor for being an extraordinary agent of change in the classroom.