Women’s History Month
Join the Merrimack College community throughout March to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Black History Month
Join the Merrimack College community throughout the month of February to celebrate and honor Black History Month.
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Biographies of Women’s History Month Speakers
March 25 Event
Tiana Lawrence serves as the Program Associate at the Mel King Institute for Community Building. With the Resident Leadership Academy, she manages data and communications, serves as a trainer, and supports a statewide network of public housing residents through learning and networking opportunities. Tiana also co-manages with the MKI Director, the Alliance Steering Committee, the MACDC statewide Racial Equity Pledge, and activities implemented by members. Tiana has a B.A. in Women and Gender Studies and English and a Master of Education in Community Engagement from Merrimack College. Tiana also teaches a Diversity, Social Justice and Ethics course as an Adjunct Professor at Merrimack College. Tiana continues to grow in her passion for DEI, racial equity, leadership development, and social justice work. In her free time, she enjoys painting, singing, listening to music, writing, traveling, and quality time with family and friends.
MaryRose Mazzola ’12
MaryRose Mazzola is an attorney with over a decade of political, policy, and research experience. She currently serves as Senior Program Manager at the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, where she works to increase women’s political representation through managing organization-wide programs, strategic grantmaking, candidate training, and research projects. She also teaches in the Merrimack College Women’s and Gender Studies Department and for the College’s Degree Completion Program. MaryRose previously served as Senior Advisor to Mayor Michelle Wu’s campaign, Chief of Staff to State Senator Barry Finegold, and as Senator Finegold’s Chief Strategist and Campaign Manager. From 2016-2018, she was the Executive Director of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council, the City of Boston’s public-private initiative dedicated to closing gender and racial wage gaps. MaryRose earned her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law, a Master in Public Policy degree from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a Bachelor’s degree in political science from the Merrimack College Honors Program.