Alumni Homecoming Talk
Every fall semester, BIC Alumni come to visit for one of Baylor's most cherished traditions, Homecoming. BIC Students and Alumni are invited to attend a lecture with refreshments the Friday before Homecoming. Each year, a BIC Alum is invited to share insight and give a Homecoming talk to current students right after the World Cultures I class. This annual event reunites the BIC family across all generations. This year, the BIC Homecoming Talk was held on Friday, October 27, at 2:30 p.m., in the Bennett Auditorium (Draper 130).
Our Homecoming speaker was Ross Natividad. Ross is an Assistant Chief Counsel for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Dallas, Texas. Prior to his current position, he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, clerked for the Twenty-Third Judicial Circuit of Virginia, and graduated from William & Mary Law School. Before attending law school, he taught English in West Timor, Indonesia, through the Fulbright program.
Ross is a proud Baylor and BIC alumnus (BA '10 Spanish and International Studies; MA '12 Spanish) and a grateful husband to Abby and father to Emery and Elizabeth.