Perrigan Named One of Maryland's Leading Women by <em>The Daily Record</em>

Perrigan Named One of Maryland's Leading Women by The Daily Record

Perrigan Named One of Maryland's Leading Women by The Daily Record

Veronica Perrigan
Veronica Perrigan

The Clark School's Veronica Perrigan has been identified by The Daily Record as one Maryland's Leading Women.

The Daily Record's Leading Women list identifies women who are 40 years old or younger for the tremendous accomplishments they have made so far in their careers. They are judged independently on professional experience, community involvement and their commitment to inspiring change.

Perrigan serves as Assistant Director for Student Services for the Office of Engineering Co-op and Career Services at the University of Maryland. In her role, she oversees all one-on-one counseling for the over 4,800 undergraduates, graduate students and alumni at the A. James Clark School of Engineering. She has served in her position for over 9 years.

For more information about The Daily Record's Leading Women, visit: http://thedailyrecord.com/leading-women/

December 13, 2013


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