A Bamboo Refuge
For Laura Ella Kocourek ’07, a 2005 study abroad trip to Prague kicked off an international adventure and forged a pathway to housing Ukrainian refugees displaced from the war.
With help from the Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, Casey Arnold ’14 launched a startup to give people their caffeine jolt—the New England way.
Cycling, Squats, and Endicott
Wellness entrepreneurs Emily Skoniecki ’04 and Julianna Curtis ’08 have a lock on the North Shore’s spin and barre circuit.
Endicott has produced quite a group of innovative alumni brewers operating in both Massachusetts and Maine.
Growing up Montessori
Tatenda Blessing Muchiriri ’20, Co-Founder of the Flame Lily Montessori, has become an evolved, inspirational leader and educator.
Blogging Her Way to Success
When Kaitlin Donaldson ’17 started a blog to keep busy after the pandemic shut down the events industry, she didn’t realize it would lead to starting her own business.
Empowering Foster Youth in Higher Education
Inspired by her own experiences, Endicott Alumna Sherri Raftery M.Ed.’04 Ed.D.’21 is piloting a program to provide foster youth with resources and support needed to pursue higher education.
A Lasting Legacy at the Nest
Influenced by countless stories and memories, Missy Welch and Julie Carrier follow in their grandmother’s footsteps to create an Endicott legacy.
Designing Her Own Future on HGTV
Alumna Kristina Crestin teams up with Jonathan Knight of New Kids On The Block for a new renovation program on HGTV, Farmhouse Fixer.
For many Endicott alumni, the potential to innovate, advance, and make a difference has pulled them right into the center of local and regional politics.