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Ashleigh Coren '14MS is the Women's History Content and Interpretation Curator at the National Portrait Gallery. We spoke with her about her work and her passion for women's history.
As clinical coordinator for North Suffolk Mental Health Association in Boston, Shane works with each client to develop and follow meaningful treatment plans.
Shreya tells us about her journey of rediscovering her passion for medicine and how her Simmons community helped her get there.
We caught up with Robyn about her experience working at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Holly Smith ’08MS is a college archivist at Spelman College, where she leads the management of the long-term preservation projects and access to on-site collections.
Marcela tells us why she decided to pursue Public Policy and how Simmons prepared her for a career in advocacy.
We caught up with Mandi about her journey from Simmons to the U.S. State Department and how her professors helped her navigate the job market in Washington, D.C.
SLIS alum, Nicole Cunha '13, '16MA, '16MS discusses the importance of welcoming patrons with disabilities and the need for representation among library staff.