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

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

Sister Ban Phung's business education will serve her convent.

Betty Hill started Power Gurlz to empower her daughter and other girls.

Alumna Maricha Harris has dedicated her career to serving the community.

In one day's work, one person can make a difference.

Tonnie Boston '20 educates community members about life-saving organ and tissue donation.

Alverno student and Bowman Scholar Dorian Tellis is dedicated to restorative justice and practices.

Sister Arlene Einwalter '60 experienced a unique calling that changed her ministry.

As a nursing professor, Kim Johnson helps students grow into skilled, compassionate and trustworthy nurses.

For Kim Otzelberger '20, graduation marked a new chapter in her relationship with Alverno.

As a diversity, equity and inclusion professional, Eva Martinez Powless ’06 is devoted to improved access to higher ed.