Roxane Mayeur ’95 finds inspiration in places that might otherwise go ignored.
Alverno alums like Gabriela Leija '10 dedicate their careers to social justice.
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.