Godelieve Mukasarasi, Rwanda native and TCU’s 10th Global Innovator, uses dance and shared experience to help women recover from trauma.
The Dallas-Fort Worth nonprofit provides housing as well as support and friendship for people fleeing persecution.
Jim Estill cultivates a life of hard work and lends his business expertise even in retirement.
Four alumni physicians have a heart for healing and work to make the world a better place — one patient at a time.
The physician is a key part of Care Beyond the Boulevard and frequently travels to Uganda, Mali and India for surgical trips.
The pediatrician considers numerous determinants of health in her practice at the Granbury, Texas, nonprofit.
The endocrinologist heads the Diabetic Foundation of the High Plains and runs Camp New Day.
The emergency room physician started Music Meets Medicine to give children with long-term illnesses a creative escape.
Mary Uhl-Bien, a business professor, finds collaboration is important in a fast-paced world.
The three went from being valedictorians, to Community Scholars and now young women dedicated to making the world a better place.