Shary Browne '10
Shary is a Pine Manor Alumna of the class of 2010 and from Mattapan in Boston, MA. She studied Management and Organizational Change at PMC and continued her education receiving a Masters of Science in Management from Emmanuel College. Shary worked for Granite Telecommunications, a technology company that focuses on providing companies with communications solutions – there, Shary continued to develop her professional skill set. In her career, she developed a specific focus on relationship building, effective communication and critical thinking. Upon receiving her master’s degree Shary decided to come back to Pine Manor to share her experiences with other prospective students while assisting with the student development process.
Shary enjoys counseling students and advocating on their behalf and on her spare time she enjoys reading.
Karla Lopes '12
Karla Lopes is a happily married Pine Manor College class of 2012 graduate. A Brazilian native, her heart resides in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where she has lived since 2001. Language barriers, new cultural values and different school systems were challenges that she had to adapt to in America on her way to becoming a successful college graduate.
Karla’s priority has always been her education, which she believes is the key to success in life. Upon her arrival at Pine Manor College, she took advantage of the numerous opportunities on campus. While a student, she was inducted into Alpha Chi Honor Society and awarded with the Dean’s Award and for Achievement in Social and Political Systems. Karla is intent on using her experience and knowledge to counsel and mentor students interested in attending Pine Manor College as a way to give back. She has become an active agent of change at Pine Manor College and within the Greater Boston Community, advocating for students and new Americans.
“Pine Manor College has given me ample chances to discover many hidden skills and assets that helped to shape me into the unique, confident woman that I have become today. I hope to provide similar opportunities to women as an Admissions Counselor at the College.”