Two generations of Alverno Strong women know that perseverance is power.
Alverno student and Bowman Scholar Dorian Tellis is dedicated to restorative justice and practices.
As a self-professed "geek therapist," Vanessa Hintz, PsyD, has a unique way of connecting with clients.
Sister Arlene Einwalter '60 experienced a unique calling that changed her ministry.
Kellie Sigh ’10 is dedicated to helping students get to college and persist through graduation day.
As a nursing professor, Kim Johnson helps students grow into skilled, compassionate and trustworthy nurses.
Education major Montserrat knew that by coming to Alverno, she could stay close to home and get ready to go
For business professor Sharyn Warren, teaching isn't just a job. It's a calling and a lifelong dream come true.
Kinesiology major Shoua Vang '20 was hired before graduation and is ready for a fulfilling career.
Desiree Pointer Mace queda enseñar en Alverno porque "me permite seguir aprendiendo como educador todos los años".
Students mean the world to educator Tyrone Moore Jr. '20, who's proud to be their role model.
The Class of 2020 is ready for what's next.