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Alumni experience

Class of 2014 Valedictorian Lisa Lam, Radiation Therapy: “I admired my instructors and clinical supervisors at Labouré because they demonstrated the type of therapist I wanted to become - caring, compassionate, and professional.” 

Alumni

United by our compassion for others

Whether you’re a new grad or earned your degree decades ago, as a Labouré alum you’re helping change the face of healthcare.

Around the corner and across the globe, more than 8,000 of our graduates are living out St. Catherine Labouré’s legacy: to bring care, dignity, and compassion to their patients and communities.

Want to see how? For starters, check out the remarkable women and men who are our Nurse Impact honorees.

Labouré nurses and health professionals are active on social media, too. Join our alumni community on:

Above: Nursing graduates celebrate their pinning in May 2019; he Medical Coding Grad Network met up in 2018; members of the Class of 1957 celebrated their 60th reunion at the Milton campus in 2017.

Stay connected!

Our alumni programs help you stay in touch with the college and with each other.

If you've recently moved or changed your name, phone number, or email, please let us know so we can share the latest news from the college.

You can also contact the alumni office directly. Just drop us a line at alumni@laboure.edu or call 617-322-3535.

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Kitty Elers, RN, BSN '81

Kitty reminisces about her experience at Labouré, where her instructors taught compassion, dignity, respect, and patience  in addition to technical skills in the nursing program. 

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Sean O'Leary, RTT '93

Sean is a 2017 recipient of Labouré's Massachusetts Care Award, now the Nurse Impact Award. He is the Chief Radiation Therapist at Tufts Medical Center. 

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Shanell Saunders RN '19, BSN '20

Shanell is grateful for receiving a scholarship while enrolled at Labouré, as it meant she could work part-time and spend more time helping her son with his homework and being there as a mom. 

Alumni Spotlights

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ALUMNI STORIES

Reebok Honors Suki Stiles '13 as Real-Life Wonder Woman

Suki Stiles, Class of 2013, is one of six nurses featured in a video by Reebok honoring real-life wonder women by highlighting nurses working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Boston-based brand's new collection - Reebok x WONDER WOMAN 84™- shines a spotlight on the healthcare professionals who have spent the last six months risking their own lives to save their patients.
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Unprecedented: Nursing in a Pandemic

Podcast and #CareForNurses

Produced in partnership with William James College, the podcast Unprecedented: Nursing in a Pandemic is part of the #CareForNurses campaign. The #CareForNurses campaign offers self-care tips and mental health advice nurses can put to use in time for their next shift. 

The podcast pairs front-line nurses with mental health professionals to discuss coping strategies. Gabe Mahoney, FNP '03 is featured discussing processing loss and grief, and Shaina Curran, RN BSN '16 participate in episodes on stress, anger, and potential PTSD among COVID-19 nurses.

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Stay Connected

Contact the Alumni Office if you have any updates or suggestions.
News or ideas you would like to share? Planning a reunion? Please contact:

 alumni@laboure.edu

 (617) 322-3535