University of New Orleans alumni

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  1. Meagan Good

    Meagan Good


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  2. Ellen DeGeneres

    Ellen DeGeneres


    Ellen Lee DeGeneres (/dɨˈɛnərəs/; born January 26, 1958) is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, and producer. She starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from 1994 to 1998, and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since 2003.

  3. Taryn Terrell

    Taryn Terrell


    Taryn Nicole Terrell (born December 28, 1985) is an American professional wrestler, model, former ring announcer, referee, actress, and stuntwoman, currently signed to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where she is a former TNA Knockouts Champion. She is also known for her time in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where she performed under the ring name Tiffany. During her time in WWE she trained at WWE's developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), and served as the last ECW general manager.

  4. Lance E. Nichols

    Lance E. Nichols


    Lance E. Nichols (born July 13, 1955) is an American actor from New Orleans, Louisiana, best known for playing dentist Larry Williams on Treme. A graduate of McDonogh 35 High School and the University of New Orleans, he is also known for his roles in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and House of Cards and is a frequent presence in films that were made in the city. In 2012 he appeared as a character similar to his Treme character, and also named "Larry", in a commercial for Chase Bank that also featured Drew Brees and his family and was aired during the broadcast of Super Bowl XLVI.

  5. Brian Traxler

    Brian Traxler


    Brian Lee Traxler (September 26, 1967 – November 19, 2004) was a first baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers during their 1990 season. Listed at 5' 10", 200 lb., Traxler batted and threw left-handed. He was born in Waukegan, Illinois.

  6. Billy Slaughter

    Billy Slaughter


    Billy Slaughter is an American film and television actor, best known for his roles in the The Campaign and Focus.

  7. James H. Clark

    James H. Clark


    James Henry Clark (born March 23, 1944) is an American entrepreneur and computer scientist. He founded several notable Silicon Valley technology companies, including Silicon Graphics, Inc., Netscape Communications Corporation, myCFO and Healtheon. His research work in computer graphics led to the development of systems for the fast rendering of three-dimensional computer images.

  8. Michelle Miller

    Michelle Miller


    Michelle Miller is a correspondent for CBS News and has served as a substitute anchor on "The CBS Evening News" Weekend Editions and CBS News Up to the Minute.

  9. Walter Boasso

    Walter Boasso


    Walter Joseph Boasso (born May 10, 1960) is a wealthy businessman and Democratic former state senator from Chalmette, the seat of government of St. Bernard Parish in south Louisiana. He was defeated in a bid for governor in the October 20, 2007, jungle primary. Boasso won 47 percent in his own St. Bernard Parish, his sole plurality showing in any of his state's sixty-four parishes. From 2004 to 2008, Boasso represented Senate District 1, which includes parts of Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, and St. Tammany parishes, many of those areas having been devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

  10. Ly Tong

    Ly Tong


    Lý Tống (born Le Van Tong; September 1, 1948) is a Vietnamese American anti-communist activist.

  11. Anita Ratnam

    Anita Ratnam


    Anita Ratnam (Tamil: அனிதா ரத்னம்; born 21 May 1954) is an accomplished Indian classical and contemporary dancer and choreographer, whose career spans four decades and in 15 countries. Classically trained in Bharat Natyam, she has also received formal training in Kathakali, Mohiniattam, and T'ai chi and Kalarippayattu, thus creating a unique dance style which she has coined "Neo Bharat Natyam".

  12. Victoria Kolakowski

    Victoria Kolakowski


    Victoria Kolakowski (born Michael Kolakowski on August 29, 1961, in Queens, New York) is an American lawyer, and, since January 2011, judge of the Alameda County Superior Court. Kolakowski is the first openly transgender person to serve as a trial judge in the United States.

  13. Jay C. Zainey

    Jay C. Zainey


    Jay Christopher Zainey (born 1951) is a United States federal judge.

  14. Glen Kuiper

    Glen Kuiper


    Glen Alan Kuiper (born May 20, 1963 in Racine, Wisconsin) is a broadcaster for the Oakland Athletics Major League Baseball team. Kuiper serves as the primary announcer for A's games on CSN California and is also an occasional radio announcer for the Athletics Radio Network.

  15. Jericho Brown

    Jericho Brown


    Jericho Brown is an American poet who was recently awarded a 2011 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for Poetry.

  16. Melinda Schwegmann

    Melinda Schwegmann


    Melinda B. Schwegmann (born October 25, 1946) was the lieutenant governor of Louisiana from 1992–1996 – the first woman to hold the position. She made an unsuccessful run for governor of Louisiana in 1995. In 1997, she won a special election to the Louisiana State House of Representatives, District 98, from the Orleans Parish Lakefront, a predominantly African American area, previously represented for fifteen years by a conservative Republican Garey Forster. Schwegmann was elected to a full House term in 1999. In 2003, she relinquished the House seat, which was dismembered by reapportionment. Formerly a member of the Democratic Party, that same year she switched affiliation to the Republican Party in a fruitless effort to regain the lieutenant governor's position.

  17. Max Hardberger

    Max Hardberger


    Florian Max Hardberger (born November 19, 1948) is an American adventurer, ship captain, aviator, ship recovery specialist, admiralty lawyer and author of maritime fiction and non-fiction adventures.

  18. Jim Tucker (Louisiana)

    Jim Tucker (Louisiana)


    James Wilton Tucker, known as Jim Tucker (November 11, 1964), is the former Speaker of the Louisiana House of Representatives and ally of Governor Bobby Jindal. An investment banker from the Terrytown section of the New Orleans metropolitan area, Tucker's former House District 86 includes precincts from both Jefferson and Orleans parishes. He held the House seat from his victory in a special election on March 17, 2001, until 2012. The vastly reconfigured district in 2012 will include only Tangipahoa Parish.

  19. Kristen Gremillion

    Kristen Gremillion


    Kristen Johnson Gremillion (born November 17, 1958) is an American anthropologist whose areas of specialization include paleoethnobotany, origins of agriculture, the prehistory of eastern North America, human paleoecology and paleodiet, and the evolutionary theory. Currently a professor in the Department of Anthropology at the Ohio State University and editor of the Journal of Ethnobiology, she has published many journal articles on these subjects.

  20. Shirley D. Bowler

    Shirley D. Bowler


    Shirley Duvigneaud Bowler (born October 2, 1949) is a writer and editor who served as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1992 until term-limited in 2008. A Republican, she represented Louisiana House District 78, which includes her hometown of Harahan, Louisiana, in Jefferson Parish in suburban New Orleans. She was succeeded by current Representative Kirk Talbot. During much of her House tenure, her District 77 colleague from St. Tammany and Tangipahoa parishes was Diane Winston, a fellow Republican.

  21. Ruben Armiñana

    Ruben Armiñana


    Ruben Armiñana (born May 15, 1947) is a political scientist and president of Sonoma State University. He is the first Cuban-American to head a campus in the California State University system.

  22. James D. Kirylo

    James D. Kirylo


    James David Kirylo (born 1958 in Italy) is a university professor who teaches courses that examine concepts associated with critical pedagogy, teacher leadership, diversity and literacy. He is the author and editor of numerous publications. His latest book, Paulo Freire: The Man from Recife, is one of the most comprehensive texts in English on the life and thought of Paulo Freire, significantly contributing to Freirean scholarship.

  23. Francisco Xavier Castellanos

    Francisco Xavier Castellanos


    F. Xavier Castellanos, M.D. (born November 16, 1953) is the Director of Research at the NYU Child Study Center. His work aims at elucidating the neuroscience of ADHD through structural and functional brain imaging studies, collaborating on molecular genetic studies, and coordinating an interdisciplinary network of translational investigators (the ADHD Neuroscience Network). Dr. Castellanos chaired the NIH ‘Initial Review Group’ (Study Section) on Developmental Psychopathology and Developmental Disabilities from 2005–2007 and is chairing the revision of the diagnostic criteria for externalizing disorders for the forthcoming edition of DSM-V, projected for 2012. He continues to make significant contributions to research into the neurobiological substrates of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

  24. Jan Aronson

    Jan Aronson


    Jan Aronson (born 1949) is a New Orleans-born artist working and living in New York City. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of New Orleans in 1971 and her master's degree from Pratt Institute in 1973.

  25. Renée Gill Pratt

    Renée Gill Pratt


    Renée Gill Pratt (born 1954) is a local politician from New Orleans. She was also Director of the Center for Student Retention and Success in Southern University at New Orleans. On July 25, 2011, she was found guilty of racketeering. For this crime, she is currently serving a 4-year sentence.

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