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.
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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.
Rich Caturano ’74, MST ’85, expounds upon his tenure as chairman of the AICPA and shares his insights about the future of public accounting.
As owner/operator of a thriving interior design firm, Maloney credits her Bentley-honed business skills for providing a competitive advantage.
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.
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.
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.”
Tricia (Scannell) Laursen '87, executive director of the nonprofit 15-40 Connection, helps draw attention to the importance of early cancer detection among teens and young adults.
Your relationship with Bentley continues long after your graduation day. Just like students, faculty and staff, alumni are valued members of the Bentley community. The Center for Alumni, Parents and Friends is here to serve you and help further your connection with your alma mater. Take a moment and learn more about the center's offerings and how you can get connected.
Your Alumni Association has evolved to better meet the needs of Bentley alumni. Perhaps Global Alumni Board Chairperson, P.J. Neal '02, puts it best: “The lines of communication are open,” he says. “We want to hear from alumni: What kinds of services do you want? How would you like to be involved? We’re here, and we’re ready to listen.”