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Haute in the City

Grace Atwood '03 has steadily built her passion for style and design into a personal brand, centered around the popular blog Stripes & Sequins.Her personal blog became a bonafide business that also got Atwood the day job she loves. Learn more.

Pay It Forward Thinking

Sitting down recently with Bob Weafer ’68, MSF ’81 and Emily Williams ’14 was like spending time with old friends — even though the pair had met only once before, at Bentley’s annual Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon. The two share their perspectives as donor and recipient of a scholarship established by Weafer’s parents, Robert and Mary. Read more.

Shining Opportunity

“There’s high unemployment among people with autism — about 80 to 90 percent. That’s because we as a society look at autism as a disability that requires sympathy, rather than a diversity that can be really valuable in the workplace.” Tom D'Eri '11 set out to change that when he founded Rising Tide Car Wash with the express mission of hiring workers with autism. Read more.

Bill Kavanagh '04

Back in 2003, Bill Kavanagh was a co-captain of the first-ever Bentley football team to earn a berth in the Division II national playoffs. This season, the Class of 2004 Falcon returns to roost as the squad’s head coach – the first alumnus ever to occupy the post. Read more.

Terri Kochersperger '83

How does a global company build brand loyalty? Which new product has the greatest chance of success? Where should advertising dollars be allocated, in times when potential customers may no longer be watching TV? Terri Kochersperger and her team is helping Johnson & Johnson identify the answers to these important questions. Read more.

Tom Catalini '90

For Museum of Fine Arts Boston CIO Tom Catalini ’90, art appreciation doesn’t necessarily begin in the exhibition halls and galleries of the storied institution where he works. It often starts even closer at hand for someone with a penchant for all things tech: on his iPad. Read more.

Tiffany Riordan '02

Tiffany Riordan '02 relies on concepts from her time at Bentley to help others turn their passion into successful businesses. Read more.

James Meyers '64

The Class of 1964 was the first to receive four-year diplomas under Bentley's new accreditation. And as James Meyers '64 recalls, he was the first member of his class, making Bentley history. Read more.

Jared Antista ’02 and Joe Lamoureux ’01

Interested in training like the pros do? Go Pro Workouts, the brainchild and business venture of Jared Anista '02 and Joe Lamoureux '01, can give you the edge you need.  Get the details.

Rena '95 and Guy '95 Palumbo

After years of planning, and inspired by their adopted boxer Roscoe, Rena '95 and Guy '95 Palumbo decided to turn their passion for dogs into their life's work. Learn more.

Rich Caturano '74, MST '85

Rich Caturano ’74, MST ’85, expounds upon his tenure as chairman of the AICPA and shares his insights about the future of public accounting. Learn more.

Kate Maloney Albiani '00

As owner/operator of a thriving interior design firm, Maloney credits her Bentley-honed business skills for providing a competitive advantage. Learn more.

Oliver Levick '08

In the history of the world, less than 400 people can say they have paddled across the Atlantic Ocean. Count Bentley alumnus, Oliver Levick, among that elite group. Read the Observer article.

A Fresh Idea

Arik Levy '96 had grown tired of the traditional dry cleaning business model, so he decided to switch it up by launching his own business.  Learn more.

Mark Miller '90

As owner of Mark Miller Gallery, located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the alumnus is always on the hunt for emerging artists. These are promising talents who, with some exposure, could be on the way to greater fame. “I really love to help the underdog, to give people an opportunity,” he says. “Emerging artists tend to be younger, and one of the goals of the gallery is to find the next great talent and help them along to the next stage.” Read more.