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Vanessa Calderón-Rosado - Executive Director, Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción

Vanessa Calderón-Rosado and her organization Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción were honored at the 2016 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards at the White House.

First Lady Michelle Obama presented the award to Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción, and another Boston-based organization, True Colors: Out Youth Theater.

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Dr. Tommy Chang - Superintendent, Boston Public Schools

In the aftermath of the presidential election, Dr. Tommy Chang wrote an open letter to the school community offering resources for students, families and staff.

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Dr. Paula Johnson - President, Wellesley College

Dr. Paula Johnson penned a letter to the Editor in the New York Times Opinion Pages regarding the increase of hostile acts towards minorities after the presidential election and her commitment to embracing difference on Wellesley's campus.

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Michael Mathis - President & COO, MGM Springfield

Michael Mathis gave a tour of the MGM Springfield casino and hotel construction site to representatives from the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, followed by a luncheon to discuss opportunities for economic development.

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Jody Rose - Executive Director, New England Venture Capital Association

Jody Rose co-wrote an op-ed for The Boston Globe with Jeffrey J. Bussgang, senior lecturer at Harvard Business School and general partner at Flybdrige Capital Partners, regarding the need for cultivating diversity in the innovation economy.

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Micho Spring - Chair, Global Corporate Practice and President, New England, Weber Shandwick

Micho Spring was honored, along with Mayor Marty Walsh, at the third annual BASE Ball II gala supporting BASE for their efforts supporting urban student athletes in athletics and academics.

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Michelle Wu - President, Boston City Council
 
Michelle Wu was profiled in Boston Magazine, where she discussed biking, sustainability and her vision for Boston's future.

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