Our #WesleyanWednesday feature this week is Dr. Ryne Williams ’12!
Ryne is a physical therapist at Orthopedics Plus PT Clinic in Morgantown, Ky. As a student, he participated in SGA, Pre-professional Society and Campus Ministries. He was a Brown Scholar and was inducted into the Order of Oak & Ivy and now, he is a brand new member of the Alumni Association’s Board of Directors!
Learn more about him here!
Q: Tell us a little about your job.
A: I coordinate the Orthopedics Plus PT clinic in Morgantown, KY and also help lead education for the area! I love getting to mentor new grads and help clinicians grow!
Q: Why did you choose KWC?
A: I chose Wesleyan because of the community and the people. Having a small campus community is important to me and it really helped me grow as a person!
Q: Have you earned any degrees/certifications since graduating from KWC?
A: I earned my doctorate of physical therapy from UK.
Q:Have you earned any accolades/awards since graduating from KWC you’d like to tell us about?
A: I was named Volunteer of the Year for the PGA Tour Barbasol Tournament.
Q: Are you married? Do you have any children? Tell us a little about your home life!
A: My wife, Delanna, and I have been married for almost 7 years and we have one kiddo, Carter. He is awesome! He will be three in the fall.
Q: What are your favorite hobbies?
A: I enjoy running and golfing!
Q: What is your favorite KWC memory?
A: I have so many to pick from…I would say the many late nights painting Minerva or the trips we got to take with Campus Ministries.
Q: What’s an interesting fact about yourself?
A:I am named after Ryne Sandburg and a HUGE Cubs fan!
Q: Why should a prospective student choose KWC?
A: You can be yourself and stand out. Everyone is rooting for your success and that is just awesome.
Q: What advice do you have for future alumni?
A: Don’t forget where you came from…Wesleyan has gotten me to where I am, and I am very thankful for that!
Q: Why do you donate to KWC?
A: I give to Wesleyan because of what it gave to me! There isn’t anything more rewarding than giving a gift that you know is going to help others!
Thanks, Ryne, for letting us feature you this week for #WesleyanWednesday! We’re so proud of your accomplishments and can’t wait to see what you bring to the Alumni Board!
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