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Lesley students, alumni, faculty, and staff are making big things happen, from coast to coast and around the world.

A group of women in traditional outfits in Nigeria
Faith Adiele ’96
A work from Ransome's "Lynched Boxes" series
Art & Design
Ransome ’21
Camp Erin Boston staffers with Jennifer Wiles
Jennifer Wiles ’86
A black and white photo of the Lesley University Class of 1961.
Celebrating a 60th Lesley reunion
Yoga therapist Sophie Lyons '21 does yoga in the woods.
Sophie Lyons ’21
“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
Faith Ninivaggi ’21, Art & Design

Photojournalist documents the pandemic experience of teens

MFA in Photography and Integrated Media alumna Faith Ninivaggi documents history through her lens

Gina standing up giving a training to people sitting at long white tables
Lesley alum Gina White takes care of the people who take care of us through unique program
A drumming class at the Artistree center in Pomfret, Vermont
Alum Kathleen Dolan uses the expressive arts to build community ties
Members of Lesley's Class of 1972 gather at President's Steinmayer's house.
Lesley’s Class of 1972 joins forces to make a gift with impact
Serene Thin Elk holding a sign that says "#INDIGENOUS"
Using Native traditions to encourage health and healing
A group of women in traditional outfits in Nigeria
Saying ‘yes’ takes writer Faith Adiele on unforeseen journeys
Rose Piscuskas '21 on a hike
Rose Piscuskas ’21
Asiya Shaikh '21
Asiya Shaikh ’21