Two alumni, Kelly Alvarez Vitale and Anisha Singh, have been named Notable Noles by the FSU Alumni Association. Formerly Thirty Under 30, Notable Noles honors and recognizes outstanding accomplishments of young alumni from Florida State University.
Kelly Alvarez Vitale (B.A. ’04, M.A. ’06) is President of Strategic Philanthropy in south Florida. The company is a community relations consulting firm, focused on corporate philanthropy and employee volunteer programs.
Vitale is a two-time graduate of CCI, graduating from the Communication and Integrated Marketing Communication programs. After graduation, she worked for the American Heart Association before starting her own company in 2012.
Anisha Singh (B.A. ’09) has led a successful law career, working as a Campaign Manager for the Center for American Progress legal progress team. Singh earned praise for winning an anti-discrimination case against the U.S. Army, representing a Sikh male who was denied joining his university ROTC program. Her case led the U.S. Army to create procedures for individuals to request religious accommodations. Singh was named earlier this year in Forbes 30 Under 30 for Law and Policy for her work.
Singh is a graduate of the Communication program and received her JD the University of Virginia. Before joining the Center for American Progress, she worked for UNITED SIKHS as a Policy Attorney.