Northeastern alum Wendy Zinn is the senior vice president of the YMCA of Greater Boston on Huntington Avenue. The YMCA’s grab-and-go meal program has served more than three million meals to families during the pandemic.
Lindsay Dahlberg, associate director for procurement services at Northeastern, will be honored by the Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council. On behalf of Northeastern, she will accept the “Institution of Higher Learning” award for continuous...
At this virtual event held in London, the Women Who Empower Ambassadors discussed tech, innovation and entrepreneurship during COVID. This conversation featured a panel of dynamic female speakers that shared their experiences leading in their companies in these sectors.
“If patients lose the ability to communicate, they lose the ability to participate in life,” says Dr. Nicole Laffan, an audiologist, speech-language pathologist, and assistant clinical professor in the Bouve College of Health Sciences.
Join the Women Who Empower Ambassadors for a discussion on tech, innovation and entrepreneurship during COVID. This conversation will feature a panel of dynamic female speakers, that will share their experiences leading in their companies in these sectors. The virtual discussion is co-hosted with the New College of the Humanities, London.
Reese Bauer, a psychology and linguistics student, is the first to admit that if it weren’t for Northeastern’s Chaarg fitness club for women, she wouldn’t have a set workout routine.
Health science student Tess Willinger has been a volunteer coach with the local non-profit youth soccer program, South End Soccer, for two years. She coaches kids ages 6 and 7.
Vallabhi Singh graduated from Northeastern with a degree in finance and entrepreneurship. She started her own company earlier this year, Creatives Around the World, a digital medium through which she wants to tell the stories of the people behind creative...
Northeastern student Arunika Makam is the co-president of the Northeastern chapter of Peer Health Exchange, a national non-profit organization that focuses on helping people of high-school age make healthy choices.
Sierra Still, a graduate student of speech-language pathology at Northeastern, raised $1,280 in donations, and used the money to create nine care packages, which she sent out to speech language pathologists in the Greater Boston area.