Launching While Female examines how to smash the system that has held female entrepreneurs back.
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working under political nonprofits, video production companies, major league sport teams and more.
Visual and Media Arts alumna Afsara Alvee ’19 recently co-founded a nonprofit organization called Kandari that helps to provide food to low-income families affected by COVID-19 in her home country of Bangladesh.
As founder of the nonprofit organization Entertainment for Change (EFC), Jade Zaroff ’16 is connecting children with artists nationwide via online classes aimed at empowering youth on how to lead through art and activism.
Julia Perry experienced Kasteel Well, the E3 program, and did a winter session in Australia during her time at Emerson.
The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired two Emerson to create an online T-shirt business in order to help out those struggling during these difficult times.
As part of the inaugural class of Emerson College’s E3 program, Sam Fish ’15, knows that to be a successful entrepreneur you have to take risks.
A year after founding UK audio platform Almost Tangible, actress/entrepreneur Charlotte Melén ’97 found herself at the New York Festivals Radio Awards earlier this summer, collecting six awards for the company’s debut podcast, Macbeth, including the Grand Trophy.
One hundred and thirty-nine years after its founding as a school of oratory, Emerson College is reasserting its voice.
Daniella Roberge ’20 has been doing FX makeup for haunted houses for the past eight years, creating gory and ghoulish experiences for Halloween revelers. Her idea to use her skills to help acclimate first responders and military personnel to the horrors they encounter won her First Prize in this year’s E3 Expo.