The Boston Business Journal announces its annual Power 50 list of professionals with the greatest influence on the Boston area. Bentley University's Toni Wolfman, Executive in Residence for the Center for Women & Business, is among those honored.
Bentley University is highlighted for creating its Center for Women and Business, formed to advance shared leadership among women and men throughout the business world and, in particular, help organizations develop and retain women leaders.
Bentley University's Dr. Earl Avery will be presented with the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Boston Business Journal. The annual Leaders in Diversity Award Program recognizes companies and business people who become leaders in providing economic opportunities and promoting diversity.
Boston Business Journal: Executive in Residence Toni Wolfman authors an op-ed titled Meaningful Disclosure Needed on Diversity. The op-ed highlights the results of the Boston Club's recent census on women's leadership roles in Massachusetts companies. (December 2, 2010)
Boston Business Journal: Dean of Business and VP of Academic Affairs Mike Page discusses Bentley's participation in the Commonwealth Compact, an initiative to help retain minority Ph.D.s in Greater Boston, in MBA Programs Court Minority Ph.D.s. (July 30, 2010)