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In this issue of the Spring 2020 Simmons Magazine, read about Helen Drinan's legacy and impact as president of Simmons University and meet Lynn Perry Wooten, Simmons' ninth president.Latest Issue
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As many library workers faced pressure to continue operations throughout the pandemic, Bignoli vocally advocated for safer working conditions. Her campaign gained national attention and now Bignoli plans to build on this work to address long-existing issues.
Campbell's latest work, "Frieda's Song," was inspired by the life and career of psychiatrist Dr. Frieda Fromm Reichmann. Dr. Fromm Reichmann practiced at the Chestnut Lodge Sanatorium — not far from where Campbell, herself, did the same.
As Boston Opportunity System (BOS) Collaborative Director at the Boston Medical Center, Patterson invests in local communities by bolstering the work of existing non-profits. Learn more about her work and how Simmons brought out the leader within.
As clinical supervisor for Bay Cove Human Services in Dorchester, Elizabeth gets to experience things that many clinicians never do: work with clients in their personal spaces. Learn more about her position and the lesson from Simmons she utilizes daily.
Founder of Walker & Walker Enterprises and author of "The Intersection of You & Change," Lolita Walker, discusses her journey to becoming a "Change Champion," and gives her expert advice to the graduating class of 2021.
As an Adult Outpatient Clinical Social Worker at Boston Medical Center, Carmen Benjamin finds joy in empowering her clients. Learn about Carmen's journey into the master's in social work program, and why she felt at home with Simmons.
A dedicated advocate for women and minorities, Aldaz-Matos was appointed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker to serve on the State’s first Latino Advisory Commission. We spoke to her about her current role as a Partner with Surfside Capital Advisors.
Working for a federal contractor, Ehrnstein conducts background investigations for security clearances. Learn how this former triple-major student utilizes the research skills she honed at Simmons, and the interesting places she's conducted interviews.
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