Lindsay Meyer '08
Denise A. Salerno, M.D. ’89
She Now Treats the Children of Former Patients
Pediatrician makes a difference serving generations of families in Philadelphia
Joe Radzikowski ’96
Saved from Substance Abuse, Supporting Others’ Recovery
He works for faith-based nonprofit that helps men with addiction
Patti (Bergin) Bedard ’86
Kidney Donor Gives Cousin a New Lease on Life
After her cousin began looking for a kidney donor, she answered the call
Joseph Ebberwein ’86
His company uses technology to help chronic wound patients
Rev. Fritz Louis, C.S.C., ’09 M.A.
Priest Empowers Fellow Haitians to Overcome Poverty
His organization provides training, resources to become self-sufficient
Elizabeth Barger Rose ’00
Entrepreneur Embraces Innovation in Helping Troubled Youth
She supports the work of a nonprofit that serves young people
Lynn Malooly ’84
They Were Thirsty. She Gave Them Water.
She helps provide much-needed water for South Sudan
Beth Cotter ’11
She Helps Patients Battling Eating Disorders, Food Issues
Her work enables other to create a healthier relationship with food
Domers Doing Good in the World
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Monica (Gardner) Flynn ’88
Helping Moms Choose Life
Her nonprofit assists single moms who are expecting
Show Gives Voice to Women’s Stories
The Mamalogues tackles real-life topics
Judge J. Elaine Marshall ’77
Shaping Citizens for Justice
Her teen court program puts students on a path to succeed in life
Becky (Klein) Hinkel ’01
They Had No Mother. She Stepped In.
Woman and her family took extended trip to serve at orphanage
Lyneè Urban ’08
A Chosen Life
Becoming a mother put her on path to helping others, including fellow moms
Mai Ni Ni Aung ’03 M.A.
Weaving Tradition, Empowering Women
Social enterprise preserves culture and provides economic opportunity
Kristina Campbell ’97 SMC, ’02 J.D.
A Safe Start for Families Fleeing Violence
Law professor's clinic serves immigrant families
Brittani Cahill ’11, ’13 MSCE
Engineering Uganda’s Future
She helped communities build much-needed schools