Environmental scientist turned entrepreneur is the founder of "conservation project" Black Baza Coffee.
Thanks to Jacqueline Badger Mars ’61, 10 Mawrters attended the Washington National Opera’s performance of Donizetti’s The Daughter of the Regiment.
In November 2016, the Growth and Structure of Cities major won election to the Battle Creek, Mich., school board.
Her story “A Single Deliberate Thing” has won two major awards for short fiction: a 2016 O. Henry Prize and a 2016 Pushcart Prize.
As an administrator and deputy regional director of the UN Development Program in Asia Pacific, she’s working toward the goal of reducing poverty.
When faced with the challenge of launching a netball development program in South Africa, she naturally turned to Bryn Mawr.