Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey discusses the company's involvement with the Conscious Capitalism Institute, the idea that healthy businesses can be built while balancing the needs of all stakeholders, and acknowledges the rise of consumers who now have a finer sense of right from wrong.
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Special Assistant to the President and Ombudsman Dr. Earl Avery is highlighted for receiving a 2011 Leaders in Diversity Award from the Boston Business Journal, an honor given to leaders who have made exceptional efforts to promote inclusiveness and economic opportunity at their organizations and in the greater community.
Bentley students discuss how it was Bentley's reputation and semi-suburban location that led them to choose Bentley over schools located in Boston proper.
Bentley University is highlighted for its innovative 12 week fitness program, Tour de Bentley Spring Fitness Challenge.
Bentley University alum Helen Chiasson is highlighted for her success with the e-magazine Styletti.
Bentley's Chief Marketing Officer David R. Perry discusses the value his experience in the private sector, with high-profile organizations such as Microsoft, can bring to higher education.
The Boston Business Journal announces its annual Power 50 list of professionals with the greatest influence on the Boston area.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers and Bentley President Gloria Larson are highlighted for their key roles in United Way’s annual Women’s Leadership Breakfast.
Bentley alums Justin Obey and Brian Shaw are highlighted for founding Social Boston Sports, a recreational sports league for professionals..