Women of the U

Women of the U

A passionate voice for South Florida’s waters and reefs

As executive director and waterkeeper of Miami Waterkeeper, Rachel Silverstein, Ph.D. ’12, plays many roles – scientist, educator, advocate, communicator. Her passion for preserving Florida’s waters and reefs animates them all.


Women of the U

Alumna takes on the lawless side of cryptocurrency

As the first-ever chief digital currency advisor for the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, Michele Korver, J.D. ’01, leads the federal effort to stop digital money laundering and safeguard the integrity of the financial system in the age of cryptocurrency.


Women of the U

Between two worlds, alumna finds her true self

Josephine Caminos Oría, M.A. ’02, explores her family’s Argentine culinary heritage and tableside traditions in a new memoir of a life lived between two worlds.


Women of the U

Extraordinarily different

Alumna Haley Moss, known as the first openly autistic attorney in Florida, uses her platform to advocate for people with disabilities and to promote awareness of neurodiversity.