Alumni turn trauma toward a larger purpose
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TOPIC: Bentley Magazine
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.