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Emmanuela Oppong '19

This Watson Fellow is currently traveling and exploring social entrepreneurship in healthcare and conducting health research across the globe.

Lynn Villency Cohen '82

An art historian, art appraiser and writer, Lynn Villency Cohen '82 spent part of her career with the U.S. Treasury Department, where she worked as an art appraiser for the Commissioner’s Art Advisory Panel in Washington, D.C.

Jennifer Canney Paster '98

Jennifer Canney Paster '98 is the second woman in the history of the Brookline (Mass.) Police Department to attain the rank of lieutenant.

Ellen T. Matloff ’91

A genetic counselor and founder of MyGeneCounsel, Ellen T. Matloff ’91 was a plaintiff in a U.S. Supreme Court case that led to lower prices for genetic testing.

Emily Monosson '83

Having spent much of her career as an independent toxicologist, Emily Monosson '83 has transitioned now to writing.

Kaleea Alston-Griffin '04

A social worker, advocate and ally for families in her community, Kaleea Alston-Griffin '04 operates under the philosophy that it takes a village to raise a child.