Alumni are making an impact all over the world!
Emmanuel alumni can be found throughout Boston, across the country and around the world. Emmanuel alumni are teachers, health care professionals, entrepreneurs, lawyers, social workers—you name it, and surely there is an Emmanuel graduate who is doing it. Emmanuel alumni go out and make their mark on the world, while sharing a bond and connection with all those who have ever called Emmanuel “home.”
Jeremy Quaglia ’12 and two childhood friends own and operate Homestead Hard Cider, a small craft cidery based in Attleboro, Mass., which officially began production on January 1st this year.
Rebecca C. Hains '98, a professor of media studies at Salem State University, recently released her second book, "The Princess Problem: Guiding Our Girls through the Princess-Obsessed Years."
There is a reason designer Charles Philip Pozzi '09 made “Shanghai” part of his footwear brand’s name. “Shanghai today is what New York was in the Eighties – everything is possible."
Alumni Board Member Rosemary D'Ambrosio Verri '66 is a professional speaker who presents on the power of humor and the positive change we can affect in the lives of those around us.
Andre Barbosa '08 started the King of the Court Basketball Tournament as a way to provide students with resources for books and supplies... and to pay forward a kindness once paid him.
During his senior year at Emmanuel, Jae Pukma ’14 landed a position as a pediatric oncology intern at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, an opportunity typically reserved for Harvard Medical students.
Page Minihan Buldini '06 is running her fourth Boston Marathon as a member of Tedy's Team in honor of her father, Joe Minihan, who suffered a stroke in her youth.
At the age of 22 and just 17 days after his graduation from Emmanuel College, Michael Valanzola '07 was elected to the Board of Selectmen in Wales, Mass., the youngest in the history of the town.
Lily Gagliardi '08 is a heart disease prevention activist and the founder of Lily's Kids Inc., a non-profit organization committed to ensuring that all children live healthy, productive lives.
Marjorie Galas '89 is Editor of Variety's 411 Publishing, a production services resource centered on "below-the-line" industry professionals including film editors, make-up artists and art directors.
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan ’76 attributes the woman she has become to the personal foundations she constructed at Emmanuel College.
Chris Flanagan '10, a South Shore, Mass. native has spent the past two years working in the Washington, D.C., office of former senator and recently appointed Secretary of State John Kerry.
Joanne DiGeronimo Migliaro '88 and her husband Anthony made a five-year, $150,000 pledge to support the College’s efforts to restore the Administration Building.
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