Class of 2007

Erin Collins Shores

Erin graduated from ETSU in May 2007, with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and began working for Holston Home for Children in Greeneville, TN, as a Child and Family Specialist.  Currently, she is a Foster Parent Recruiter/Trainer for Holston Home. Erin received a Master of Science in Social Work at the University of Tennessee in August 2014.  She serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors for Gifts for Kids, a charity in Greene County, TN.  She and her husband, Josh, and their son, Nolan, reside in Greeneville.

Benjamin Joseph (B.J.) Whitt

After completing his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2007, B.J. graduated from the James H. Quillen College of Medicine in 2011.  After completing a preliminary year in internal medicine year at ETSU, he moved to the University of Louisville (U of L), where he is now in his last year of a diagnostic radiology residency.  He has verbally accepted a position at U of L, in which he would assist in developing a new emergency radiology division and fellowship program, then become that division’s first fellow.  He plans to remain in Louisville as a faculty member, with a focus on emergency imaging and general radiology.

Caroline Ross Williams

After graduating from ETSU in 2007, Caroline was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship and attended Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg, VA.  While in law school, she served as an editor of the Law Review and as a clerk for the Honorable William G. Petty, a justice on the Virginia Court of Appeals. Caroline is now a licensed attorney in both Tennessee and Virginia, and is licensed to practice in both state and federal courts. She is an Associate at Hunter, Smith & Davis, LLP, where she specializes in civil and commercial litigation, insurance defense, and personal injury. She serves in several legal associations and remains actively involved with the Roan Program and ETSU.  Caroline resides in Kingsport, TN, with her husband, Jason.