The leadership of Lynnea Katz-Petted '03 ensured Milwaukeeans' access to critical services during quarantine.
Wisdom and determination inspired Tammy Belton-Davis's middle name and inspire her work to make Milwaukee stronger.
Alverno's simulation center allows nursing students to build critical skills and confidence.
As society re-opens, health care heroes like Kayla Uniewski '17 continue their brave front-line work.
Music therapist Ingrid Gruett helps care for older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wisconsin’s 2020 Middle School Teacher of the Year works “to ensure that every child sees themselves reflected in America’s story.”
These Alverno students may be the nurses of tomorrow, but they're making a difference in health care today.
Betty Suárez ’12 helps Milwaukee students achieve a transformative education.
Alverno gave Maricruz Talavera-Pettis ’99 a strong foundation to build her career.
Megan Jutrzonka always knew she wanted to own a bakery. So that’s exactly what she did.
Internships get Alverno students ready for successful careers and to make a difference.
Cailey Jeske ’19 is one of many Alverno grads who are hired before graduation.