As legions of beachgoers know, securing your place in the sun can be anything but relaxing. Some can thank Alex Esposito ’09, MBA ’10 for an option that avoids heavy traffic, limited parking and hauling gear over long distances.
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When Pauline Callender watched The Little Mermaid in her dorm room at Bentley, she was not thinking about professional opportunities at The Walt Disney Company.
The Oreo may be America’s favorite cookie, but as Nomble Coleman ’11 recently discovered, the rest of the world wasn’t sold on its virtues.
Bentley University has a new vice president for development, corporate and alumni relations. John W. Mosser, former director of major gifts at Cornell University, started in June. He succeeds Bob Minetti, who retired after 27 years at Bentley.
Mosser arrives with a wealth of institutional advancement experience. He has held positions with a focus on volunteer recruitment and man- agement, career planning, annual giving, gift and estate planning, international fund raising, and corporate and foundation relations, as well as major- and principal-gift fund raising.
The three newest members of the Bentley University Distinguished Alumni Academy have much in common: keen expertise in their chosen fields, a core belief in ethical leadership, deep commitment to their local community – and an alma mater proud of their accomplishments.
Distinguished Alumni Academy members (from left) Kevin Armata ’78, Joaquín Bacardi III ’89 and I. Norman Massry ’78.
Thanks to the many who answered our alumni survey, we now know more about what you want and expect from your alma mater. The summary below highlights our key findings and some action items at the top of our to-do list.
In the boardroom or the classroom, at a wedding or a retirement party, in front of a few colleagues or a few hundred conference-goers, you are sure to be tapped to speak or perform in public from time to time. Here, Bentley experts offer some tips on improving your powers of presentation.
Where did your day just go? Chances are good that some portion was swallowed up by meetings. In a recent survey by Salary.com, 47 percent of workers cited “too many meetings” as the No. 1 time waster on the job.
Ah, summer: A great time to kick back with a new paperback (or Kindle or Nook or iPad). Here, Bentley readers share their recent literary finds, beach worthy and otherwise.
A Fistful of Rice: My Unexpected Quest to End Poverty Through Profitability by Vikram Akula ● Christine Mann '11, Corporate Finance and Accounting
“Shows the amazing possibilities that come from the power of a service heart and a business mind. An incredible read for graduates entering the business world.”
It comes as no surprise to me: When a challenge is issued to Bentley alumni, you get right down to business.
Thank you to all alumni who participated in focus groups this fall and took time to complete our online survey. We were excited to receive your feedback and learn more about what's important to you. Now, the Center for Alumni, Parents and Friends is prepared to use your responses to guide some big changes. Work is underway to launch programs and services that will better align with your interests and values, and which strengthen your connection with the university.