American University’s Alumni Make Names for Themselves

American University is a leader among Washington DC’s universities in global education. Below are 4 notable Alumni.

Giuliana Rancic 
Giuliana Rancic received her Master’s degree in journalism from American University in D.C. She is probably most known for her co-anchor role with Ryan Seacrest on E! News Live. She is also a co-host for E!’s Fashion Police and is often seen on the red carpet interviewing Hollywood stars. She and her husband also starred on their own reality T.V. show known as Giuliana and Bill. She has written for “Detour” magazine and before her last name was Rancic, Giuliana DiPandi released a book entitled “Think Like a Guy: How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One”. Her witty sense of humor rings throughout the book as she gives the do’s and don’ts for girls in the dating world.

Scott Plank 
Scott Plank received his MBA, in Finance from American University in D.C. He then founded War Horse Cities in 2010 to pursue his passion for building environments that better the lives and relationships of people. Scott Plank is currently the CEO at War Horse Cities as a wide range project developer. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, War Horse Cities develops entertainment venues and has a diverse range of, over 850 apartments, 80,000 square feet of office, 150,000 square feet of retail, and philanthropic public service programs that are designed around his love and curiosity of cities.

Judy Sheindlin 
Judy Sheindlin received her Bachelor of Arts degree from American University in D.C. ALL RISE FOR JUDGE JUDY! She most notably went on to get her law degree and become the nationally syndicated T.V. personality known as Judge Judy. She’s paved her way as the quick-witted, quick ruling, forceful judge that you can’t help but love. She has also written several books on various subjects such as “Keep it Simple Stupid” and “You’re Smarter Than You Look”.

Florence King 
Florence King received her Bachelor of Arts degree from American University in D.C. where she was inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta, an American honor society for students and professors of history. She started off as a history teacher in Suitland Maryland but later went on to be a well known American novelist, essayist, and columnist. Early on her writing centered around the American South and the people that live there. Her column “The Misanthrope’s Corner” was published in the National Review and she was known for being the “Queen of Mean”. She later went on to write a column for the National Review entitled “The Bent Pin.”

American University’s Alumni Make Names for Themselves