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AlumsAlums on Oprah’s “Favorite Things” List
Two companies helmed by HWS alums appear on Oprah Winfrey’s 2022 Favorite Things list.
AlumsTeaching Young Readers
As an AmeriCorps tutor, Isabelle Jeppsen ’21 says she is eager to help students in kindergarten to third grade with their reading through intervention activities at Literacy Lab in Washington, D.C. At the non-profit organization, she will also help with afterschool enrichment clubs.
AlumsMead '13 Wins at Grow-NY
Matthew “Mattie” Mead ’13, a co-founder of the hemp-based material business Hempitecture, won $500,000 in this year’s Grow-NY Food and Agriculture competition in Syracuse, New York, with the finalists pitching their businesses on Nov. 15-16.