Meghan is thrilled to be a member of the Campus Connections Committee. She joined the Academic Services team in September 2009 as a graduate intern specializing in academic support services. Meghan worked very closely with the Peer Tutoring program, the Strategies for Academic Success seminar, and did one-on-one advising with students. In September 2010 she accepted a position as a full-time advisor, and was promoted to Senior Academic Advisor in February 2014. Meghan enjoys working with each student to find a unique balance and combination of challenge, support, and motivation they need in order to succeed, develop, and flourish throughout their college career.
Outside of work, Meghan enjoys reading, swimming, live music, watching movies, dancing, singing, and spending time with her family and friends.
A Bentley alumna, Roni Eng, joined Bentley University's staff in 2006. Over the years, Roni has served in multiple roles on campus, primarily in technical support. Currently, she is a Database Report Writer II for Advancement Services.
In her spare time, she’s an adventure and adrenaline seeking enthusiast and enjoys whitewater rafting, rock climbing, skiing, mud races, and even the occasional jumping out of a perfectly good plane. When not chasing after an adventure, you may find her playing in other sports, relaxing to yoga, or participating in various events throughout campus.
Jane Griffin is a Bentley Professor in the Department of Modern Languages where she teaches classes on Spanish language and Latin American culture.
A native of Southern California, Jane loves all things outdoors. Her favorite activities include camping, biking, yoga, running, snowboarding, cooking, walking her dog, and enjoying live music.
Suzanne Hughes is the Chair of Campus Connections and joined the committee in October 2007. She has run many Campus Connections events including Dinner Connections, Winery tours, Psychic Medium, Wine & Dine, and more. Dinner Connections is an ongoing event and she is always looking for suggestions of restaurants to try in the area. She has worked in student financial services since February 2001. Outside of Bentley she teaches water aerobics and also likes to volunteer at various organizations.
Jim Musumeci is a recent addition to Bentley (2011) and to the Campus Connections Committee (2015). He is currently an associate professor in the Finance Department, although as an INTP (http://www.personalitypage.com/INTP.html) he does not fit the typical mold for a finance professor.
Jim is a native Texan and earned all his degrees from the University of Texas in Austin. His hobbies include math (warning: if you have a math puzzle for him, be sure to e-mail it unless you have an hour to spend for him to give you half a dozen in exchange), chess, bridge, and reading.
Sandy Smith is the Senior Benefits Specialist in Human Resources. In her career, she has over 30 years of HR experience (17 with Bentley). Sandy loves to participate in the wellness programs at Bentley.
Outside of Bentley, Sandy volunteers her time at her local parish and is also a buddy for handicapped children for the Miracle League of Massachusetts and the Watertown Challengers Youth Baseball Program. She loves to spend time with her family.