Lynette Correa ‘12 received ALPFA’s Excellence in Service to the Community Award for her dedication to helping kids succeed through her organization Career Coaching 4 Kidz. The awards were presented on November 15, 2012.
Diane Darling ‘06 workshop called, “Water Cooler Football” was featured in the Boston Globe and on CBS Sunday Morning.
David Ford ‘13 of EMC was recently awarded a citation for excellence at EMC for the impact of his efforts driving disability awareness. The award was presented to David by EMC’s disability employee resource group (DERG). DERG provides a support network and knowledge base for its employees with disabilities or family members with special needs. David was also featured in the Boston Business Journal Human Capital section for being named to the Easter Seals of Massachusetts’ board of directors.
Maia Germain ‘06 of State Street Corporation was honored at the South Shore’s 40 Under 40 Awards. The award recognizes emerging South Shore leaders under the age of 40 for their professional accomplishments, civic engagement and demonstrated leadership potential.
Rick Jakious ‘09 was featured in the October 25, 2012 massnonprofit.org newsletter. “In many ways the sector has made immeasurable gains by adopting many of the best qualities of the private sector, but the nonprofit sector has a unique quality that is better suited for the landscape - its willingness and ability to collaborate,” said Rick Jakious, CEO of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN).
Michael James ‘06 received Color Magazine’s All-Inclusive Publisher’s Award. The committee recognized Michael’s dedication to giving back to the community, including his work with The Northeast Human Resources Association, the City-Wide Dialogues on Ethnic & Racial Diversity, Commonwealth Compact Higher Education Steering Committee and Bike Rides for Peace.
Georgianna Melendez ‘04 of Commonwealth Compact wrote an article published in the Boston Business Journal September 14, 2012 edition titled Biz schools attack corporate diversity at its roots.
Lauren Smith ‘04 has been appointed Interim Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
Tim Sullivan ‘11 was quoted in the September 7, 2012 issue of the Boston Business Journal in: Massachusetts union membership holds steady: Despite a hit to public sector.
Craig Williams ‘07 was named Chief Operating Officer at Tufts Medical Center on November 6, 2012. “Since joining the organization in 2008, Craig has worked closely with doctors, nurses and other professionals to enhance our outpatient services and improve our operating efficiencies,” said Eric Beyer, President and CEO of Tufts Medical Center.
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