Our Alumnae
Class of ’65: Alverno Strong for 50 Years

As Alverno students in the early 1960s, Patricia (Niggemann) Hribar (middle in photo)…

Our Alumnae
Navigating Toward a New Standard of Patient Care

Two years ago Audrey Burghardt ’14 was working at Children’s Hospital and finishing…

Alverno students Hilton Morris and Cinthia Fletes were thrilled to intern at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin where Audrey Burghardt ’14 heads a program that is re-imagining the possibilities for keeping kids and families in Wisconsin healthy and thriving.
Our Alumnae
Kapella Puts MBA to Work as Top Dog of Patrick Cudahy

In a world where job-hopping has become the norm, not many people can…

Dan Kapella ’13 is putting his Alverno MBA to work as the new president of Patrick Cudahy.
Our Alumnae
An Unusual Path to Public Health

When Milwaukee native Tiffany Barta ’03, graduated from St. Joan Antida High School,…

Tiffany Barta ’03 wanted to become an engineer, but life led her into public health. She’s now the director of nursing for the Milwaukee Public Health Department.
Our Alumnae
Turning Her Business Degree into a Work of Art

When Tammie Strause graduated Alverno College in 1996 with a Business Management degree…

Tammie Strause ’96 spent more than two decades in business operations management, and then a change of heart led her to follow her passion and open an art gallery.
Our Alumnae
“Spirit of Alverno” is alive in Texas

The Lone Star State might be hundreds of miles away from Alverno, but…

Full of life and love for Alverno, the Texas Alumnae Group won the Spirit of Alverno Award during the College’s Homecoming celebration in October. Nearly 200 alumnae live in Texas, and a core group from across the state meet for an annual weekend gathering, among other activities.