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.
Alverno educators share their commitment to the fight for justice.
Students mean the world to educator Tyrone Moore Jr. '20, who's proud to be their role model.
Principal Ebony Grice '17 embraces challenging conversations because she knows they spur growth.
School Sister and nursing professor Judeen Schulte '71 is honored to teach the health care leaders of tomorrow.
Nurse Candace Hill '16 gives back to Alverno while caring for her community during the pandemic.
The leadership of Lynnea Katz-Petted '03 ensured Milwaukeeans' access to critical services during quarantine.
A partnership with HPGM helps Alverno students pursue their goals.
Alverno STEM chair Angela Frey is passionate about instilling a sense of discovery in her students.