Kinesiology major Shoua Vang '20 was hired before graduation and is ready for a fulfilling career.
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.
Two educators share how they have learned, and continue to learn, to serve students of color.
Principal Ebony Grice '17 embraces challenging conversations because she knows they spur growth.
The leadership of Lynnea Katz-Petted '03 ensured Milwaukeeans' access to critical services during quarantine.
When Milwaukee residents call the city’s COVID-19 hotline, there's likely an Alverno alum or student on the other end of
2020 Woman of Influence Martina Gollin-Graves '02 works to remove systemic barriers to mental health care.
Alverno's community-minded students and graduates proudly mobilize voters.
Wisdom and determination inspired Tammy Belton-Davis's middle name and inspire her work to make Milwaukee stronger.
Alverno's unique curriculum helped nurse Soua Lee '19 grow as a person and as a professional.