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Fearless Stories

What does it mean to sail behind those who chart a new course?

portrait of Hannah Leung, Dana Hall class of 1988

Hannah Leung ’98 is a managing director at JP Morgan, where she provides financial advice and investment solutions to high-net-worth clients and remains a firm believer in rolling up her sleeves and getting things done. 

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portrait of Susan Dangel, Dana Hall class of 1969

Susan Dangel ’69 is an award-winning television and film producer who has brought her talents to a variety of institutions, including PBS and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She is a frequent collaborator of John Williams, one of the most celebrated composers in American history.

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portrait of Dr. Myisha R. Rodrigues, Dana Hall class of 2000

With nearly two decades of experience in the mental health, education, and non-profit sectors, Dr. Myisha R. Rodrigues ’00 is the executive director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Massachusetts and the CEO/Founder of Third Veil Consulting™, LLC.  

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portrait of Dr. Allie Balter-Kennedy, Dana Hall class of 2010

Dr. Allie Balter-Kennedy ’10 is a postdoctoral scholar at Columbia’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, and conducts research around the globe to address ice sheet stability and subglacial erosion. In the summer of 2023, Balter-Kennedy became one of the first scientists in the world to collect bedrock samples from underneath Greenland’s Ice Sheet.

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portrait of Dr. Elizabeth Cherot, Dana Hall class of 1888

As the president and CEO of March of Dimes—as well as the first physician leader in the organization’s 85-year history—Dr. Elizabeth Cherot ’88 is one of the nation’s leading voices on maternal and infant health.

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Portrait of Elizabeth Hills O'Leary, Dana Hall Class of 1972

A member of the 1976 and 1980 Olympic rowing teams, Elizabeth O’Leary ’72 coached women’s heavyweight rowing at Harvard for 37 years, leading her team to the NCAA Championships 18 times and capturing the national title in 2003.

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