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The new dean of MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning wants to find new ways to talk about urban space.
The superintendent of two of Boston’s national parks is shaping the way we think about the city’s history.
She’s created the country’s first leadership initiative to get young Asian-American women into politics right here in Boston.
City Hall’s new chief information officer is the tech-savvy guru who ran the Web component of Obama’s campaigns.
She’s changing how we provide healthcare to the world’s most vulnerable populations.
How a Canadian-born architect plans to expand tech innovation in the city.
With the Chica Project, Camargo is fostering Massachusetts’ next generation of female leaders.
Meet the city’s new power class: visionaries, idealists, and thinkers among us whose insights are transforming the way we live, work, learn, and play—not only here in Boston, but around the world.