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  1. Azeb Freitas ’17, Alex Mireles ’17, and Trang Nguyen ’18 at their capstone presentation with Community Engagement staff.

    For their capstone project, Azeb Freitas ’17, Alex Mireles ’17, and Trang Nguyen ’18 worked with Simmons Community Engagement to create an alternative spring break program in Boston with a local service and social justice focus.

  2. Judy Woodruff, Dean Brian Norman and Yamiche Alcindor at the Ifill Forum

    The Ifill Forum invited the important national voices of Judy Woodruff, Asma Khalid, Maya Valentine '19, and Yamiche Alcindor to discuss this year's theme of "Race, Media, and Democracy."

  3. Kate Lucier in her U.S. Army uniform.

    We spoke with Kate about her journey from the Army to Simmons University, and what Memorial Day means to her.

  4. Headshot of Carolyn Gallmeyer.

    Dean’s Fellow Carolyn shares how her career in nonprofits lead her to the School of Library and Information Science. What sparked your interest in librarianship? I was not only a bookworm but also a lover of organization as a kid—I...

  5. Headshot of June Scott

    June Scott '87 tells us about what inspired her to create her company, Visual Vitality Consulting. Tell us about Visual Vitality Consulting Inc. I'm currently the President/CEO and Co-Founder of Visual Vitality Consulting Inc. which is owned and operated by...

  6. Headshot of Caroline McQuade

    We caught up with Caroline about her experience volunteering in Boston for Alternative Spring Break. On pursuing her major Growing up, I always knew that I wanted to work with people, and I knew that I was wanted to work...

  7. We met with Cheyney to discuss her work as a living historian and her mission to change the narrative of slavery through authentic historical interpretations. At the edge of the Boston Common amidst the commotion of the Park Street T...

  8. Headshot of Krittrika Ghosh

    We caught up with Krittika about her career and new role as executive director of the Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project. Tell us a little bit about your background. After graduating from Simmons with degrees in sociology and women’s...

  9. Headshot of Debra Pérez

    In honor of the National Day of Racial Healing, Debra Pérez shares her thoughts on the benefits of celebrating our common humanity. January 22 marks the third annual National Day of Racial Healing , hosted by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation...

  10. Headshot of Amber Moy

    Amber tells us how Simmons prepared her to be resident clinician of Boston's STARR Program. What does your job entail? I'm a residential clinician for the Boston Regional STARR (Stabilization, Assessment, and Rapid Reintegration) Program, a 45-day mental and behavioral...