We take great pride in our thriving community of alumni who have gone on to make significant contributions in various fields around the globe. Our mission is to create and reinforce lifelong intellectual, professional, and personal connections in our network. We strive to serve the community and to strenghten the link between our Huskies and their alma mater.
Whether you're a Husky who has maintained strong ties to ISM or you're seeking to get reacquainted, we're happy you're here. Every year, alumni stay involved with their fellow Huskies by actively participating in our community. We're committed to bridging the gap between our alumni around the world and our current students through Friends of ISM, networking opportunities, events, volunteering, and scholarships.
We invite you to explore our alumni page, where you can stay up-to-date on upcoming events, share your story, and connect with our vibrant ISM community. To be sure you're on our mailing list for future events and involvement, we welcome you to reach out to us by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven't already, make sure you stay caught up with all of our alumni happenings via ISM Connect and Alumni Facebook page. ISM Connect is the place where you can keep in touch with fellow ISM students who are located around the world! ISM Connect allows alumni to engage with others by sharing job postings that a fellow Husky may be perfect for, staying up to date with events and news at ISM, and mentorship opportunities.
Remember, as a member of the SABIS® Network, our alumni are part of an extensive global network of schools and professionals that reach over 27,000+ people which means wherever you are, there's someone ready and willing to connect with.
Meet Adam Elghor (‘15), an innovative entrepreneur and ISM alumni. With a passion for building and driving his success, Adam has earned the title of Co-Founder and Chief Design Officer of Backbar Solutions, a company revolutionizing the way beverages are made in various venues. What started as a weekend project has now scaled into a nationwide venture showcasing the power of creativity and determination. Last year, Backbar Solutions raised a $3.5 million seed to continue the development and
Duoa Moua (‘05), an alumni of The International School of Minnesota, recently made waves at the Minneapolis International Film Festival for his outstanding new film, “The Harvest”. Moua’s achievements not only serve as a testament to his hard work and dedication, but also to the quality of education provided by ISM and the excellent opportunities the school offers for students to pursue their passions. The official trailer for “The Harvest” states: As cultural
Natalie Faber (’16) started her educational journey at ISM at the age of three by joining the Preschool program. She spent the next fifteen years building a solid foundation for her future by benefiting from the variety of educational opportunities, excellent guidance, and supportive community that ISM has to offer. In her own words, Natalie describes the significant impact ISM had on her life including her recently accepted position on the CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell.