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Postcards from LWC: Tommie Ann Saragas

By Sabine Eastham
Lindsey Wilson College, International Student Program

Meet Tommie Ann Saragas.

Question: How long have you worked at LWC?
Answer: 17 years

Question: What is your favorite thing about LWC?
Answer: The doubt. I love our students, my team, the LWC leadership team, and our faculty and staff.

Question: What's a fun fact about you?
Answer: I "fake" played the alto saxophone for two years just so I could march in the band. My freshman year, for concert band, the director assigned me the tenor sax (by myself). I was happily pretending to play when the entire room went silent. Everyone turned and looked at me and then I realized that I had a solo. I couldn't read music or play the instrument....but, man, could I march.

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