Impacting Our World: 2022 Baylor Alumni Awards
Alumna of the Year
In January, Baylor University announced recipients of the 2022 Baylor Alumni Awards, honoring individuals who embody the distinctive mission of the University and celebrating their remarkable achievements.
Thasunda Brown Duckett, M.B.A. ’01, was named Alumna of the Year, while Alex Le Roux, B.S. ’15, was named Young Alumnus of the Year. Dr. Rebekah Naylor, B.A. ’64, was awarded the Pro Ecclesia Medal of Service, and Susan Peters, B.A. ’86, was awarded the Pro Texana Medal of Service.
Giancarlo Guerrero, B.M. ’91, and Christopher Charles Scott, B.A. ’04, received the Medal of Service for Contributions to the Professions. Fran George, A.B.C. ’16, received the Merrie Beckham Alumna by Choice of the Year award.
An on-campus celebration honoring the impact of Baylor alumni around the world and recognizing this year’s Baylor Alumni Award honorees was held Feb. 18. President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., said the University’s alumni illustrate how the Baylor experience transforms lives and helps students find their callings.
“Each year, I look forward to celebrating members of the Baylor Family who have committed their lives to excellence in their professions and service to others,” Livingstone said. “The 2022 Baylor Alumni Awards honorees reflect the worldwide impact of all our extraordinary alumni who shine their lights in their professional and personal lives. We are honored to recognize this remarkable group of Baylor Alumni Awards recipients for their outstanding contributions to Baylor and society.”