The “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters” podcast series features women students, faculty, staff and alumnae of color who have exhibited leadership, positive impact, or social change in their personal or professional roles, especially those who remain unsung “sheroes.”
Associated with Marquette’s campus mural project, this project showcases the diversity, richness and complexity of campus and provides a way for campus community members to see themselves and their potential elevated. It also makes visible the interconnected nature of the experiences and struggles of women of color.
This month, we honor the story of Evelia Guerrero, BA ’21. Guerrero is a first-generation college student, the daughter of immigrants and the first Latina MUSG president. She is currently serving as a nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
For more information about the Our Roots project, contact Jacki Black.