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Tag: Alumni Achievements

  1. Gender, Leadership & Public Policy Alumna to be First African-American on City Council
    McCormack Graduate School alumna Leslie Stevenson wins a seat on Norwood, OH city council, the first African American elected to that position.
  2. UMass Boston Education Led U.S. House Candidate Juana Matías ’09 to Life of Public Service
    Juana Matías ’09, the first Latina from Lawrence and first Latina immigrant to be elected as a state representative, is now running for the 3rd Congressional District seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Representative Niki Tsongas.
  3. Fashionable Alumnae Join Forces to Raise Funds for UMass Boston
    Two UMass Boston alumnae have teamed up to raise money for student scholarships in a very fashionable way.
  4. Volunteer Work, Service Trips Shaped Graduate’s Future
    Anny Rodriguez Viloria moved from Colombia to Cambridge as a high school student. When she was looking to continue her education, she chose UMass Boston because her family had benefited from public schooling back home.
  5. UMass Boston Grad Student Named to El Planeta’s Power Under 30 List
    El Planeta, the largest Spanish-language newspaper in New England, counts Tariana V. Little '12 '17 as one of the most influential young leaders for the Hispanic community in Massachusetts.
  6. At IDEAS conference McCormack Alumnus Discusses Passing on the Gift of Education
    Parfait Gasana created the Kigali Reading Center in Rwanda to pass along the gift of education to children in his home country.
  7. Public Administration Alumna Receives National Recognition for Her Scholarship
    Congrats to McCormack Graduate School's Sandra Matar who was recognized for her outstanding capstone research
  8. UMass Boston Alumna Gina McCarthy Nominated as EPA Chief
    The Dorchester native, who graduated from UMass Boston in 1976, was a driving force behind many clear air regulations passed during President Obama's first term.