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June 2021

Litze Estrada was recently named a 2022 newman Civic Fellow in recognition of her hard work and advocacy for social

Transferring to Alverno helped Felonee Webster '20 set a path for her career as an artist.

Carrie Perock ’91 loves being able to train the next generation of classroom teachers.

Two recent graduates' internships turned into careers.

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Helping her community stay healthy brought one alumna back to campus.

Marina Thao uses her seat at the table to contribute to a more just world.

A sweet treat became a family business for one Alverno student.

Alverno Girls' Summit keynote speaker Ayanna O’Kimosh is an advocate for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Alumna Kate Lemke works to stop the stigma around mental health for first responders.

A memorable, only-in-Milwaukee internship experience was a highlight of Lisa Heidelmeier's education.

Alverno communication faculty member Lindsey Harness finds a strong sense of purpose in learning and teaching.