Like the athletes who are the focus of their three-year-old company, entrepreneurs Jared Antista ’02 and Joe Lamoureux ’01 have learned to play through the pain.
“No one prepares you for the rejection,” Antista says of the cold calls to professional athletes and agents that were part of launching Go Pro Workouts.
Leader of the Pack
One week he may be in Vegas. The next, California. But for the first time in a fast-paced 40-year career, Rich Caturano ’74, MST ’85 isn’t worried about the endpoint. A yearlong appointment as chairman of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) finds him relishing the ride.
Dispatches from Sea Suite
Fourteen harbors; 70 miles of coastline; 53 aids to navigation; 3,000 moorings; and a 76-slip marina. Bob Watson ’68 manages numbers on a daily basis, but rarely from behind a desk. The assistant harbormaster of Falmouth, Mass., is typically out patrolling the waters on a Metal Shark or Boston Whaler.
Dog's Best Friend
Class of 1995 alumni spouses Rena (Parker) and Guy Palumbo traded in corporate careers to open Roscoe’s Ranch dog kennel in Snohomish, Wash. Their inspiration was a young boxer they had adopted from the Progressive Animal Welfare Society.
My Giving (Back) Story
Jenna (Stordy) Caldwell ’94
Putting their time, talent and treasure to work, alumni from across the globe find many meaningful ways to stay involved with their alma mater. Here we shine a spotlight on one person’s experiences and unique connection with the university.