Boston Chapter of Links, Inc. 
 
 

The Linkdom

 

The Local Link - In the News

The Links, Incorporated is an organization of accomplished, dedicated women who are active in your community. The Links members are news makers, role models, mentors, activists and volunteers who work toward the realization of making the name “Links” not only a chain of friendship, but also a chain of purposeful service.

Meet Maureen Alphonse-Charles

Boston,Ma. (July, 2016)  On July 8th Maureen Alphonse-Charles named The Boston Club's first African-American President.

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Charismatic Careers in STEM - Mass General Hospital

Boston, Ma. (April 6, 2016) – Through our expanding partnership with the King School, we arranged a field trip for students to Mass General Hospital. The theme for the field trip, ‘Charismatic Careers in STEM’ aims to engage, inspire and excite students about opportunities in the STEM industry. Students were provided with a personal tour of the Ether Dome, met with physician’s working in the fields of Behavioral Neuroscience, and Endocrinology, and engaged in hands-on activities connected to STEM.  Nineteen students from grades 6-8 as well as two King School administrators, 5 MGH staff including 2 Links and the Links Program Chair participated in this STEM event.

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Get Connected Top 100

Boston, Ma. (March, 29, 2016) – On Tuesday, March 29th Get Konnected recognized the100 Most Influential People  of Color in Boston and three of our Link Sisters were recognized,  Lisa Simmons, Karen Holmes Ward and Myechia Minter-Jordan.

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Meet Myran Parker-Brass

Boston,Ma. (February, 2016)  The byproducts of artistic ability are often thought to be traits like disorganization and flightiness. But Myran Parker-Brass, both a talented performer and the arts director for the 58,000-student Boston public schools, bucks that creative stereotype.

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The National Link - In the News

 

The Links Foundation, Incorporated Announces Legacy Grant to National Museum of African American History

Washington, D.C. (February 25, 2014) – The Links Foundation, Incorporated  has selected the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture to receive its 2013 million dollar Legacy Grant. This $1 million grant will be used to support the ongoing design and construction of the Museum edifice, which is scheduled to open on the last available space on the National Mall in 2015. The award will be the fourth $1 million grant donated to a nationally prominent entity by The Links Foundation, Incorporated. read more »





The International Link - In the News


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