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Posted September 21st, 2021
Sumi (Paek) DeBenedittis '97 was a Growth and Structure of Cities major and history minor at Bryn Mawr and now works as director of foodservice development and communications at PepsiCo.
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Posted September 21st, 2021
Akua Nyame-Mensah '10 was a Growth and Structure of Cities major at Bryn Mawr and now works as an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified executive and leadership productivity coach.
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Posted August 11th, 2021
Howell received her A.B. with honors in philosophy in 1978 from Bryn Mawr and her J.D. in 1983 from Columbia University School of Law.
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Posted July 6th, 2021
"As far as I know, I am the first Bryn Mawr graduate to have a new mineral named after me," says Grew.
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Posted June 24th, 2021
Rachel works on the podcast "A Way with Words," has provided insight to journalists, and was featured in the video "What People Get Wrong About African-American English," on a PBS web series.
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Posted June 22nd, 2021
She will lead NIH’s effort to promote diversity, inclusiveness, and equity throughout the biomedical research enterprise.
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Posted May 24th, 2021
Montañez is a renowned paleoclimatologist and field geologist.
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Posted May 21st, 2021
The Marshall-Motley Scholar program provides a full law-school scholarship to alleviate the debt burden that can prevent future lawyers from pursuing a career in racial justice.
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Posted April 2nd, 2021
Hicks-Bartlett received her A.B. in 2005 in Spanish, French, and Italian, and her M.A. in French language and literature in 2006.
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Posted March 24th, 2021
Emma Lasky '18 took part in the Career & Civic Engagement Center's remote Alumnae/i in Residence program this semester.

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