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All Alumni Profiles
Farm to table. It’s a global movement promoting locally sourced food — and for one Bentley alum father-daughter team, it’s their bread and butter.
These six Bentley alums have a thirst for the beverage business.
At Unity Food Hub, a full plate for Matt Tremblay ’03
Food52 founder Amanda Hesser '93 is the home cook’s mentor, coach and BFF.
People seeking a top-notch night out are buzzing about BeeLine, an app from a Bentley alum that’s like having a private concierge at your fingertips.
For this Bentley alum, a custom-cookie company was the secret to fulfilling a lifelong dream.
Gary Morton ’97, MBA ’12
Project Manager — Operations & Analytics Finance, Liberty Mutual
To measure the impact of a social enterprise, sometimes all it takes is a suitcase. The item in question was a piece of missing luggage, which caused momentary panic for Tom D’Eri ’11 and his parents on a recent trip to New York. After looking around, they were dumbstruck to realize what had happened: D’Eri’s 23-year-old brother, who has autism, had already claimed the bag.
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. Here, the two share their perspectives as donor and recipient of a scholarship established by Weafer’s parents, Robert and Mary. It is awarded to a Bentley student based on criteria that include financial need and academic performance.