Scott Crews ’05 is a senior consultant in the Risk Services department of Lattimore, Black, Morgan, and Cain, PC, in Nashville, Tenn. In his work, Crews meets with IT administrators and management to discuss how they've implemented security within their companies, and in many cases create the documentation that the clients need to demonstrate legal compliance.
Brett Elam as a customer-facing technical sales professional for IBM, chiefly focused on developing solutions for the company’s large enterprise database management clients.
Mathematics and history double-major Shannon Flynt ’91 earned an M.A. degree in anthropology at the University of Alabama and a Ph.D. in art history and archaeology at the University of Missouri-Columbia focused on Roman archaeology. In 1999 she was named a U.S. Fulbright Fellow to Austria, where she lived for a year while completing research for her doctoral dissertation, "The Military Vici of Noricum". In addition to excavation at the Roman military site of Lauriacum in Austria she has served on excavation teams at Pompeii, Castell Henllys (Wales) and Clonmacnoise (Ireland). Closer to home, she has excavated at Alabama's Dust Cave and Moundville Native American sites and at the historic Hickman House in central Missouri. Flynt returned to her Alma Mater in 2000 and now teaches in the Classics Department, Visual Arts Department and the University Fellows honors program, serves as the university's Fulbright program advisor and coordinates Samford's Italy program. Flynt maintains her research interests in the Roman army and Roman frontier in Europe and is an active member of the Archaeological Institute of America, European Archaeological Association and Classical Association of the Middle West and South.
Rickie D. Moon
Rickie D. Moon '77, is an environmental scientist for Teledyne Brown Engineering in Huntsville, Ala. Moon earned undergraduate degrees in mathematics and chemistry and the master of science in environmental management in 1997. He and his wife, MaryAnn, are active volunteers with both the Samford Alumni and Parent Associations and have hosted numerous Samford events in their home.
Laurel Smith `07 is at Penta Research, Inc. in Huntsville, Ala., where she works with modeling and simulation software for the Ground-based Midcourse Defense program. She completed a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in management of technology at the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2011.
Laura Steil ’05 went on to earn M.A. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Kentucky, and now teaches at Mars Hill College in North Carolina. She was selected to be a part of the MAA Project NExT program, a selective program sponsored by the MAA for the purpose of helping new faculty members network with other mathematicians.