Samantha Sundermeyer '14 with a sheep at Cultivate Care Farm
Samantha Sundermeyer ’14
Sarah Groh and U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley working together by Meredith Nierman, WGBH News
Sarah Groh ’11
“I love creating a sense of community, joy, and high expectations—and getting kids somewhere they maybe didn’t think they could go.”
Sydney Chaffee ’07, 2017 National Teacher of the Year
Leona Watson ’14

Empowering Middle Schoolers to Become Active Citizens

As a school counselor in Dorchester, Massachusetts, counseling and psychology alum Leona empowers middle schoolers to advocate for themselves.

Michele Dow smiles in her cap and gown as she arrives at Commencement
Michele Dow's personal journey inspires her to become an activist and scholar.
Samantha Sundermeyer '14 with a sheep at Cultivate Care Farm
MA in Art Therapy graduate Samantha Sundermeyer '14 explores a new path to healing at Cultivate Care Farm.
Sarah Groh and U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley working together by Meredith Nierman, WGBH News
Sarah Groh '11 transitions into a new role as Chief of Staff for U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley.
Sweet potato pies with a piece of heart-shaped dough in the center.
Integrated Teaching Through the Arts alumna Rose McGee brings unity through Sweet Potato Comfort Pies.
Imani Graham and Hanna Adams (who is on the right) smile and Hannah waves during a run.
Threshold alumna Hanna Adams ’13 overcame multiple disabilities to make her Boston Marathon dream a reality.
A layout from Sara Levine's book Bone by Bone - on the left a snake looks at a girl who has a body for a snake. It says "Snakes don't have arm or leg bones becuase they don't have any arms or legs." On the right, a boy with no nose and his legs are missing beneath his trousers - "What kind of an animal would you be if we took away your leg bones but kept your arm bones? Here's a hint: We'd also move your breathing holes from the front of our face to the top of your skull."
MFA in Creative Writing alumna makes hard science easy for kids.
José Gonzalez in his science lab
José Gonzalez ’13
Craig Martin, principal of the Michael J. Perkins School in South Boston.
Craig Martin ’07