National Conference Inspires Merrimack Students

Merrimack seniors Tia Roy and Lauren McCarthy attended the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders at the University of Maryland in June that included workshops, networking opportunities, a career fair, and the Women of Distinction Ceremony. Roy and McCarthy brought home the lessons they learned to start implementing changes in the communities in which they work.

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