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Silva tells us about her unexpected journey into sales and the value of being open to different job opportunities, which may lead to something greater.
In her role as a clinical social worker, Jacqueline works with patients and families in need of support and resources related to urgent medical care, as well as complex health and social issues.
Jenness tells us about her tangible work with the Fenway Community Development Corporation, and what inspired her to pursue a career in public policy.
Anya Brodrick '13MS combines her passions for music and library sciences in her position with "The President's Own" United States Marine Band.
Kit Ryan '80 tells us about her journey into nursing and the US Army Nurse Corps., and her current work with people who are homeless.
We spoke with Honorary Trustee, Enna E. Jimenez '91, '06E, about her continued engagement with Simmons and how she wants to bridge the gap between alumnae/i and students.
Immigration Constituent Liaison, Rebecca Crosswaith '10, tells us about working for Senator Blumenthal's office in Connecticut, and how her experience at Simmons gave her the courage to take risks.
Cecilia Elhaddad ’16 tells us about working for the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Pandemic Health Worker Program.