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Spotlight: Paul Donahe ’69

November 20, 2019

Paul Donahe ’69 spent nearly his entire senior year fighting the draft board. He had been ordered to report for duty on December 13, 1968. “I went up to my local board and said, ‘I am not opposed to going, but I just spent three and a half years working my…

The Star Thrower

November 20, 2019

Whenever Geoff Worrell, P ’14 talks about his wife, Cindy, P ’14, the conversation always circles back to this: She spent her whole life giving back.  Right out of college, Cindy taught GED and life-skills classes. She went on to help people buy homes as a…

Honoring a ‘Scholar, Leader and Gentleman’

November 20, 2019

Like any proud mother, Sylvia Schadee kept a scrapbook of her son’s achievements — and Robert Schadee ’66 had many. The phrase above is from “A Profile in Integrity,” featured in a 1960s issue of the Bentley Journal student newspaper; it speaks volumes of Bob…

The Little Pie that Could

November 20, 2019

Kara (Wetzler) Romanik ’85 on QVC
Bright lights, big cameras and an expectant host on a silent soundstage, all waiting for our baker. She’s been hand-picked to pitch her product, crafted and cultivated for years to get to this moment: a…

Five Reasons Great People Leave Good Jobs

November 20, 2019

Bad bosses do exist — and Christie Lindor ’02 has seen a few during 18-plus years as a management consultant across some 20 industries and sectors. She has also learned that a terrible manager is not the leading culprit when talented people pack up their…

Granting Opportunity

November 20, 2019

Research shows that afterschool programs inspire youth not only to learn and do better in school, but also to reach their full potential in life. The study, by Afterschool Alliance, goes on to note that for every child enrolled in such a program, there are two…

Spotlight: Tuulia Haveri ’93

November 19, 2019

Tuulia Haveri built her career in high-tech global sales; now she's using her experience to help technology companies grow into international brands. Haveri is CEO for Tolt Traders Inc., which she co-founded in December 2016 to help small and mid-size…

From Underdog to Major League Lacrosse All-Star

November 18, 2019

Most days, Max Adler ’17 wakes up at 5 a.m. to hit the gym before heading to work. At the end of the work day, he practices lacrosse for at least 2 hours. It may sound like a grueling routine, but Adler wouldn’t have it any other way. Hard work, he says,…

Granting Opportunity

October 29, 2019

Research shows that afterschool programs inspire youth not only to learn and do better in school but also to reach their full potential in life. The study by the Afterschool Alliance goes on to note that for every child enrolled in such a program, there are…

Pulsifer Family Names Career Development Center with $2 Million Gift

October 23, 2019

President Alison Davis-Blake announced today that Gordon ’80 and Annellen Pulsifer, P ’08, ’19 have generously donated $2 million to support Career Services at Bentley. In recognition of this significant investment in the university, the office will now be…