Auburn Alumni Association honors inaugural 20 Under 40 class
The Auburn Alumni Association recently named its first 20 Under 40 class. This recognition was established to recognize graduates under the age of 40 who have experienced extraordinary accomplishments, significant professional achievements and/or distinguished service to others.
Those listed below represent College of Liberal Arts alumni in the class.
Stephen Smith '06, of Decatur, Georgia, graduated with a degree in political science from the College of Liberal Arts. He is associate regional counsel with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4.
Evan Thomas '07, of Nashville, Tennessee, majored in communications in the College of Liberal Arts. He is the co-owner of the Thomas Twins Team—Nashville Realtors at PARKS Real Estate.
Allison Johnston Frizzo '09, of Dallas, Texas, majored in communications in the College of Liberal Arts. She is a managing partner at Hart Commercial.
Cameron Mosley '13 of Atlanta, Georgia, majored in psychology with a minor in Spanish in the College of Liberal Arts. She is a clinician for Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta.
Caroline Catchpold Spradlin '13 of Tampa, Florida, majored in psychology in the College of Liberal Arts. She is a commercial litigation associate specializing in construction law at the Tampa Office of Phelps Dunbar.
Cody G. Sanders '14 of Washington, D.C., earned his undergraduate degree in political science and a master’s in public administration, both in the College of Liberal Arts. He is the director of public affairs at PLUS Communications.
Tate Fall '16 of Alexandria, Virginia, is a rehabilitation and disability studies major in the College of Education. She also earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the College of Liberal Arts (’18). She is deputy director of elections for Arlington County, Virginia.
To see the full 20 under 40 class of 2022, visit here.
Nominations for next year’s class open on Jan. 17, 2023. Anyone can nominate a deserving 20 Under 40 candidate, and self-nominations are also accepted. Visit the Auburn Alumni Association for more information.
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