Members of the Wake Forest community meet several distinguished American Indian alumni in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 during a celebration sponsored by the Multicultural Affairs Office and the Native American Student Association as part of the Faces of Courage program. Dr. James Jones (’55, MD ’59), a nationally recognized family physician and a member of the Lumbee Indian Tribe, talks about his experiences as an undergraduate and a medical student at Wake Forest.



About the Author

Senior Editor Kerry M. King (’85) got his start writing about Wake Forest as sports editor and editor of the Old Gold & Black. Since returning to Wake Forest in 1989, he’s written stories on hundreds of alumni. He received Wake Forest’s Employee of the Year Award in 2004 when he worked in the Public Affairs office. His wife, Heather Barnes King (MA ’97), is a high school math teacher. She received the Marcellus E. Waddill Excellence in Teaching Award for Wake Forest alumni in 2011. They have two furry children, Shetland sheepdogs Brady and Dexter.

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