A Midwesterner at heart, Alexandra Veatch has found a home in the mountains of Southwest Virginia and on the campus of Emory & Henry College. After attending Cave Spring High School in Roanoke, Veatch came to E&H to study Religion, Communications and Public Policy & Community Service. Outside of the classroom, she wrote and edited for The Whitetopper, served the students as a Head Resident Advisor and planned events for the Emory Activities Board.
After graduation, Veatch spent two years as an E&H Admissions Counselor. Later she worked to help build the region's Creative Economy as a Sales and Marketing Professional at Heartwood: Southwest Virginia's Artisan Gateway and at the Abingdon Convention & Visitors Bureau. "Southwest Virginia is a truly distict place. I have been all over the country and have never experienced a anything as authentic and alive as the culture in this region. I challenge everyone from here or elswhere to explore and discover SWVA," said Veatch.
Now, back on campus, as Assistant Director of First-Year Admissions, she serves local students from Washington Co. and student from the Upper Shenendoah Valley, Northern Virginia and the Northeast. To learn more about Alex Veatch, visit her portfolio website or contact her in the Admissions Office.
B.A. - Religion & Mass Communications | Emory & Henry College