In a world where democracy seems to face challenges at every turn, Greek communication change agent, Stavros Kalenteridis ’10, promotes participatory democracy and democratic values in Greece and for Greeks living abroad. It all began in Plato’s hometown of Athens, when Kalenteridis was able to pursue his political passion at Emerson College, launching his now successful nonprofit NGO foundation, “Delta – Political Revolution.”
The Hollywood Reporter’s (THR) new initiative, The Young Executives Fellowship, is turning to Emerson College to help guide and mold an inclusive pipeline for future leaders in the entertainment industry by creating opportunities for underserved students.
Prior to joining Emerson’s Communication Studies department, Keri Thompson’s political activism took her down regional and national campaign trails. Now, the senior lecturer is bringing her political expertise to the small coastal community of Cohasset, Massachusetts, where she was elected selectwoman this spring.
Angela Anderson-Connolly ‘90 came full circle in 2014 when she began introducing Emerson students to the vast media landscape — a role that recently earned her recognition as a distinguished Emerson professor in America’s top-ranked Journalism program.
Communication Sciences & Disorders Department Clinical supervisor, teacher and most recently, CSD’s Director of Clinical Education, Laura Glufling-Tham received Emerson’s 2019 Helaine and Stanley Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching this year.