Alverno graduate nursing students know you can make a big difference in a short amount of time.
Alverno alums like Gabriela Leija '10 dedicate their careers to social justice.
As an educator, Samantha Epstein '09 helps students realize their voice matters.
Janel Hanrahan '05 educates others on the impact of climate change.
As a nurse liaison, JoAnn Lomax '74 bridges the gap between caregivers and patients.
As a lawyer, Mary Gundrum '70 fights for children seeking safety and a better life.
Alverno celebrates the women who are called to lead others in faith, scholarship and service.
The Alverno we love wouldn’t be the same without Sisters Bernardin Deutsch ’53 and Celestine Schall ’48.
As a wish coordinator for Make-A-Wish Wisconsin, Yesica Desarden ’14 makes dreams come true.
Two Alverno students have been honored as 2019 Student Activist Award winners.
Too few girls and women are taught how to become leaders, let alone are told that they can.
Alverno graduates like Elizabeth, Marina and Ivette earn more than a degree. They also find their voices.