Alverno's Pivot Your Skills Pathways allows professionals like Jessica Sanchez '17 to develop new skills.
Becoming a mom gave Cassandra Morales '21 the final push to go back to school.
Kellie Sigh ’10 is dedicated to helping students get to college and persist through graduation day.
Creativity, flexibility and dedicated partners ensure meaningful on-the-job experience for Alverno students.
As a diversity, equity and inclusion professional, Eva Martinez Powless ’06 is devoted to improved access to higher ed.
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.
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.