Harsh Sinha

Currently residing in San Francisco, Harsh Sinha has seen and done a lot in the years since he graduated from Gadsden City High School. He went to Harvard where he studied statistics and data science, graduating in 2020. While at Harvard, he became the youngest person in the world to visit all 50 U.S. states […]

Alethia Russell

Alethia Russell knows about education. After graduating from Gadsden City, she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Auburn University and a master’s degree in higher education administration from the University of Alabama. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in higher education/education policy studies at Indiana University Bloomington. When she completes her own education, […]

James Kelley

Being a proud member of the first class to go through all four years of high school at Gadsden City might have been one of the things that sparked James Kelley’s passion for blazing new trails. James earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in marketing from the University of Alabama and is currently pursuing his […]

Laura Minton Garton

Laura Minton Garton loves to learn. That is a good thing because after spending the eight years since she graduated from Gadsden City High School pursuing her education, she is in her fourth and final year of medical school. She graduated from Auburn in 2020 and will receive her medical degree from The University of […]

Chris Underwood

Chris Underwood is a 19-year-old freshman living in a dorm at Auburn University. What is unique about Chris is that he is also a part of the EAGLES program, which provides a post-secondary education for students with intellectual disabilities to engage in a college campus experience. Similar to Gadsden City Schools’ Beautiful Rainbow vocational program […]

Fernanda Herrera Spieler

As an equal justice fellow with the Louisiana-based Resilience Force, Fernanda Herrera Spieler is battling climate disasters, racial injustice, and economic inequity. Resilience Force represents the growing number of immigrant workers who follow climate disasters around the country to rebuild devastated communities. Fernanda spends her time helping migrant workers navigate the difficult legal system. One […]

Chelsea James Amerson

Dr. Chelsea Amerson has been hard at work in the 12-plus years since she was a student-athlete at Gadsden City High School. She went to Xavier University of Louisiana, the nation’s only historically black Roman Catholic institution of higher education, where she continued her academic and athletic journeys. Chelsea won three consecutive NAIA conference championships […]

Linton Roberts

Linton Roberts is going places. Barely in his mid-twenties, he’s already been on the move. Soon to graduate from Yale University, Linton, who was president of the Student Government Association at Gadsden City High School, is pursuing his bachelor’s degree in economics and psychology. He took a gap year during the COVID-19 pandemic to work […]

Nitin Nagarajan

How is it possible that a 2023 GCHS graduate is already becoming a professional success? If you are Nitin Nagarajan, you do so by attending one of the highest rated biomedical engineering schools in the country, Duke University. As a freshman, Nitin is participating in brain cancer research through his work in Duke’s prestigious Ostrom […]

Casey Rickles

4,426 miles – that’s how far Casey Rickles’ current residence is from her hometown of Gadsden. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in political science from Auburn University, Casey was accepted into the renowned Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences PO) where she is currently studying human rights and humanitarian action (gender studies and Latin America). […]

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If you know a successful Gadsden City alumnus who is thriving somewhere around the world, we would love to include them in the Our Titan Family is Going Places campaign.

They can upload a short video (less than two minutes) and a photo here. The video should be an introduction of themselves, a synopsis of what they do in their career, and the coolest work-related experience they’ve had so far.

Make sure the video is between :30 and 2 minutes. The photo should be of just them with a background that reflects what they are doing in their career. They should be sure to use their name (first and last) as the file name for the photo and the video.
Along with the photo and video, they’ll need to complete the short survey here.