Alumni

As Tattnall Alumni, you are a lifelong member of the Tattnall family. Over 2,400 strong, our alumni are real world proof that Tattnall Square Academy is fulfilling its mission on a daily basis. From doctors, teachers, lawyers, nurses, and chefs to musicians, writers, entrepreneurs, world travelers, and service men and women; our alumni have become members of society who are caring and destined for success! We encourage you to explore our alumni section and learn more about staying involved with Tattnall Square Academy. No matter where you go, you can always come home.

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Lori Pitts Moylan, 2019 JOE MAGNAN ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR

 

Tattnall Square Academy is proud to announce the selection of Lori Pitts Moylan (‘05) as the 2018 Joe Magnan Alumnus of the Year.

As a Tattnall Trojan, Lori was very involved.  She was on the debate team, quiz bowl team, yearbook staff and was a National Merit Finalist.  Upon graduation, Lori attended Georgetown University and graduated from Mercer University with a BA in Business Administration in 2009. 

Lori lives in Washington, DC where she works for Facebook’s external affairs team as the Public Policy Manager.  She helps manage the company’s relationships with research and advocacy organizations.  Prior to Facebook, she spent her first decade in Washington working at three think tanks, the American Enterprise Institute, the Mercatus Center, and the R Street Institute.  Her writings have appeared in numerous outlets, including National Affairs, National Review, and the Weekly Standard.  She enjoys spending time with her husband, Andrew, and their three children. 

Please help us in congratulating Lori Pitts Moylan ‘05 on his selection as the 2019 Joe Magnan Alumnus of the Year.

Dr. Rebecca Wells ’06

 

Dr. Rebecca Wells (‘06), University of Georgia Clinical Assistant Professor, was named the new coordinator for the Master of Social Work (MSW)/ Master of Public Health (MPH) Program at the university. Dr. Wells holds MSW and MPH degrees from the University of South Carolina and a doctorate in public health, health services and policy research from Georgia State University. She most recently worked at the Georgia State University Center for Leadership and Disability, providing research and project support to community-based projects at the local and state levels. She also was a major contributor to the Georgia Leadership, Education and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) evaluation team. Her research interests include the medical home model for children with special healthcare needs and the use of e-portfolios to enhance social work education. Dr. Wells loves teaching and holds Georgia State University’s Certificate of Excellence in Teaching and Learning. This fall, she will be teaching the graduate course “Social Work in Healthcare Settings.” She holds a 50/50 appointment with the College of Public Health.

Dr. Justin Belk ’10

 

After graduating from Tattnall in 2010, Dr. Justin Belk (‘10) began his undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. With dreams of becoming a medical doctor, he then attended the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, where he graduated in 2018.

On February 24, 2018, Belk married the love of his life and high school sweetheart, Taylor Treen Belk. They currently reside in Boston, where he is completing an internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, and she is a veterinarian completing an internship at Angell Animal Medical Center. Belk has also accepted a teaching position as a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School.

While the couple has enjoyed their adventure in New England, they do plan to return to the South and settle down in a few years.

Minx Damrom Fite ’12

 

Minx Damron Fite (‘12) was named the Navicent Health Surgical Services Nurse of the Year in May 2018.  Fite loves her job because she loves people. She’s passionate about protecting their feelings and dignity during scary and vulnerable times. She often rearranges her late day to help with a surgery that will run into the evening and even stays late because she has promised a patient she would be there. Fite works full time in the operating room at the Medical Center, Navicent Health, while also working to become a Family Nurse Practitioner.

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