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.
Alverno nurses are leading and assisting in COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
For business professor Sharyn Warren, teaching isn't just a job. It's a calling and a lifelong dream come true.
Santana Johnson ’20 lives a mission to advocate for those without a voice.
Desiree Pointer Mace queda enseñar en Alverno porque "me permite seguir aprendiendo como educador todos los años".
The best part of teaching at Alverno? For Desiree Pointer Mace, it's the empowerment to keep learning.
A leadership program for Black women honors a pioneering sister's legacy.
Even when her story is used against her, JoAnna Bautch '17 keeps working for a stronger community for all.