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Center for Women and Business

Center for Women and Business Student Ambassadors


Student Ambassador Program

The CWB Ambassador program is a rotational internship program for Bentley graduate and undergraduate students. The goal of the rotation program is to expose our students to CWB's different lines of business and enable them to be well rounded leaders on campus. Ambassadors reinforce the CWB’s mission and goals throughout campus and support our internal and external initiatives and programs. Ambassador projects span from all lines of business including marketing, corporate relations, student events, and social media. Throughout the semester, Ambassadors work on various projects, receive training and mentorship, and attend events on campus on behalf of the CWB. Additionally, they are responsible for working on a project throughout the semester demonstrating what they have learned while interning at our Center which they present to their colleagues and staff at the end of their rotation.

Meet the Ambassadors

Alyssa smiling in a white sweater and brown square glasses

Alyssa Carolan

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Expected Graduation: May 2023

Major: Marketing

Minor(s)/LSM: Information Design and Corporate Communication

Campus Involvement: Women’s Leadership Program, Marketing Chair for Students for Sustainable Business, Study Abroad Peer Advisor

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Nicole Espinal

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Expected Graduation: May 2023

Major: Management

Minor(s)/LSM: LSM in Diversity and Society, Concentration in Leadership, and Minor in Psychology

Campus Involvement: La Cultura Latina, Coming Full Circle, Dresses to Dreams, Bentley Service Learning

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Kimiya Kim

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Expected Graduation: May 2023

Major: Finance

Minor(s)/LSM: Law and French

Campus Involvement: Women's Leadership Program, Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Educator (RSVP), Phi Sigma Sigma, Co-founder Leading Women of Tomorrow, Equity and Inclusion Consultant, Inclusive Excellence Council, Moot Court Team, Writing Center Tutor, Honors Program, Inclusion & Belonging Council & Falcon Society

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Lauren Manning

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Expected Graduation: May 2024

Major: Management

Minor(s)/LSM: Finance and Marketing

Campus Involvement: Women’s Leadership Program, Academic Peer Tutor, Kappa Delta Sorority

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Suha Syed

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Expected Graduation: May 2024

Major: Masters in Business Administration

Minor(s)/LSM: Concentration in Leadership

Campus Involvement: South Asian Student Association, Delta Sigma Pi

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Yasmin Zuibi

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Expected Graduation: May 2025

Major: Global Management

Minor(s)/LSM: LSM in Health & Industry

Campus Involvement: Resident Assistant, FDS Peer Leader, Women’s Leadership Program, Delta Sigma Pi, International Student Association, Project CI, CAB, Students Advocating for Gender Equality, Young Arab Leaders

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Related Ambassador Work

Listed below are links to different pieces of work that the Center of Women and Business Ambassadors have done in and out of the Bentley community that relate to our mission of DEI&J.

Being Latina at a Predominantly White Institution by Nicole Espinal

In this article by ambassador Nicole Espinal, she discusses finding herself within being a Latina, within different social groups on campus, and in the predominantly white Bentley culture at large.  She talks about what makes her stronger and more self assured as a first generation student and even though she is set apart, she sets the bar high.  Read the article here.

Dresses to Dreams Initiative with Volunteer Nicole Espinal

The Dresses to Dreams program in which Nicole volunteers for, helps many low-income high school women from around the Greater Boston Area.  To learn how Dresses to Dreams got its start and how Bentley has become a big support for this program, read the article written by Kristen Walsh here.