As an educator, Samantha Epstein '09 helps students realize their voice matters.
As a nurse liaison, JoAnn Lomax '74 bridges the gap between caregivers and patients.
Cailey Jeske ’19 is one of many Alverno grads who are hired before graduation.
As a wish coordinator for Make-A-Wish Wisconsin, Yesica Desarden ’14 makes dreams come true.
Alverno alums excel in the Medical College of Wisconsin's School of Pharmacy.
Alverno alumnae carry a mission to educate and empower women into their work at St. Joan Antida High School.
Dominique Alvarado-Gonzalez's business, Algo Dulce, means “something sweet” in Spanish, and sweet it is.
Safia Ortega ’17 turned her daughter’s nightmares into a dream come true.
Alverno alumna Megan Husband ’08 helped provide a $5.4 billion boost to the Milwaukee area economy last year.
Nancy Hernandez has always felt she could be a leader. Now, she’s ready.
Reigna Perdue's summer internship will prepare her for her career.
For Alverno science majors, summer brought a unique opportunity to for hands-on experience.