Women at D'Amore-McKim

Madison Mailey, DMSB’18, a former rowing star at Northeastern, will row in the Olympics for Canada this year.

From a global social entrepreneurship course, Natasha Ibori was inspired to build her venture, Uwana Energy, an Innovator Award winner.

Students and graduates including Messy.fm CEO Molly Beck received grants to fuel their business ventures through the Women Who Empower Innovator Awards.

Evelyn Barahona, DMSB’99, continues to address disparities in the Latino community as the new director of The Boston Foundation’s Latino Equity Fund.

They wanted to amplify their voices and impact racial justice in their communities. Creating a Black athlete caucus was the first step.

Jamie Ladge highlights the urgency of widely available child care to including working parents, especially mothers, in the workforce post-pandemic.

Lisa Phan, DMSB’23, is taking over our Instagram account this week. Follow along for an inside look at her D’Amore-McKim experience!

“I really underestimated the depth of the certificate coursework, and how much it would help me explore different career avenues in healthcare. . . . My advice to students just starting the program is not to come in looking at your career through one lens. There are opportunities out there you may not have even considered.”

Fernanda Lopez, DMSB’21, is dedicated to shattering the glass ceiling for young women, a trait that shines through her extensive on- and off-campus engagement.

“Our professors were keen on introducing us to new data tools and preparing us to be agile for the changes coming in the industry.”