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Maria Vertkin '11 

Finding Their Voices

Social work alumna Maria Vertkin ’11 receives prestigious fellowship 

Vertkin was still a student at Regis in 2011 when she created Found in Translation, a nonprofit providing medical interpreter certificate training and job placement services to low-income, bilingual women.

"If we can recognize the strengths and gifts of immigrant women, we can fix so many problems in our healthcare system,” says Vertkin.

For Vertkin, underpinning such successes is her Regis education. “The social work program at Regis gave me the theoretical foundation that addressed social problems on an individual, family, and societal level,” she says.

Vertkin recently added another accolade to her collection: she is one of five recipients of the 2017 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, a graduate school fellowship that recognizes outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants in the United States under the age of 30.

Finding Their Voices was originally published as the cover story feature in the fall 2016 Regis Today magazine. Read the full story or read more about Maria's recent award.

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