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Conan O’Brien writer, Laurie Kilmartin ’83, shares story of losing mother to COVID-19

Laurie Kilmartin ’83 is an Emmy Award-winning writer, mother, comedian, and author, who shared the passing of her mother with the world so people can see what losing a loved one during COVID-19 is truly like for their families.

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Working for Sustainable Global Health Change

Danielle Piccinini ’06 - her Peace Corps experience in South Africa ignited her passion for sustainable Global Health change on a larger scale.  She is now a Senior Program Officer with John Hopkins Center for Communication Program.

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Justice for All - June 2, 2020

A letter from Carondelet President Annette Eros ’85

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Promoting Science Education for Young People @toxtalks_

Kendra Prutton ’12 is a Toxicology PhD student at the University of Colorado. She is committed to education and diversity in science and is encouraging all young women to consider a career in STEM - check her Instagram site toxtalks_

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Webinar: Navigating Life’s Storms

Kim Lisiak led a live webinar about attentional control, stress responses, and ways to manage change and crisis fatigue.

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Increasing Gender Equality in the Financial Industry

Laura Corso Hopkins ’01 has been working in the financial world since college, starting her career on the East Cost in NYC and at the FDIC in Washington, DC. She encourages women to pursue a career in finance and help increase gender equality in this field.

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Giving Gloves

Our Science Department donated more than 1,200 gloves to John Muir Health this week.

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On Top of Their Game

After Soccer won the Northern California championship, Lexi Zandonella is honored as NCS Soccer Player of the Year.

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