Alumni turn trauma toward a larger purpose
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Each generation finds its own path to civic engagement
Building a bridge between corporate and community
O'Connor family ties date to 1920s
For some, to be born with a disability is to be born an entrepreneur.
For Mike Duggan '12, the future started with a hotline.
At Community Rehab Care (CRC), Eileen Chernoff, MBA '87 (pictured far left in orange) makes business personal.
As a young reader, Kim Harrington ’96, MBA ’00 was obsessed with the Choose Your Own Adventure book series. Though she loved controlling characters and plots, a writing career struck her as risky and impractical.
Alumni improve the future of communities they once called home.
The newly appointed Ambassador of Bahrain and Bentley University alumnus Shaikh Abdullah bin Rashid Al Khalifa ’01, MBA ’03 visited Bentley on one of his first official visits outside Washington, D.C.