You might not know Ken Shuman’s name. But if you’ve been searching for the perfect 3 br/2.5 ba w/fpl , you probably know his work. The 1997 alumnus – and third generation Falcon – is head of communication for real estate search site Trulia.
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Oliver Levick ’08 could be called a thrill seeker. An adventurer. A swashbuckler, even. This past winter, the former Economics-Finance major rowed 2,637 nautical miles to compete in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Jack Perri’s basketball philosophy dates to his days as a two-time Falcons captain: Concentrate on what you can control. The tenet has served him well both on and off the court.
Michael Abrahams ’77 can often be found shooting a weekly 18 holes at Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course in Weston, Mass. But the public course is more than a place to work on his drive: He manages its capital budget, along with those of every other state-owned recreational property in Massachusetts.
Kate Maloney Albiani ’00 embraces a challenge. She doesn’t blink when couples arrive at her interior design firm with entirely different visions for the living space they want to make over.
David Samra ’86 figures that he has scrutinized more than 10,000 companies throughout the world during his nearly 20 years in international investing. His mission: finding stocks that are trading at bargain prices relative to the underlying value of the companies they represent.
To Tina Bennett ’89, her job as president of Conservation Services Group (CSG) isn’t just work. The company’s mantra of energy efficiency is illuminated throughout her household in Medway, Mass.
What prompted you to get involved with Bentley and the Alumni Association?
A few years had gone by since graduation, and I wanted to reconnect with my classmates and find out how they are doing today. I knew there was an Alumni Association chapter in San Francisco, so I thought I could try to start one in the mid-Atlantic.
The nationally recognized program provides adaptive sport instruction for people with disabilities. At the helm is Roy Whitaker ’93, a long-time volunteer ski instructor for the program who became executive director in January 2012. He was tapped for the post in part because of his successes as a small-business entrepreneur.
Lipe took up duties as the university’s first full-time sports information director (SID) soon after earning his BS in Accountancy. In 1979, he added the role of statistician for Boston Celtics home-game television broadcasts.
“I basically retired from accounting on graduation day,” says Lipe, who was groomed for the SID post by its previous part-time occupant, Rich Bevilaqua. “Four years working as a student in the Athletics Office helped me learn about sports information, and that it was a career that I wanted to pursue.”