Isenberg senior Ali Saif has won the 2021 Gerald F Scanlon Best Student Employee of the Year Award. Ali has worked for the DEFA Film Library since 2019 as their Business Manager.The intent of the award is to recognize and honor students who have demonstrated outstanding performance by contributing their time and/or skill to help the university achieve its goals and objectives.
“With inclusiveness, it’s critical to accept the contribution that you bring and to understand what the other folks bring to the table,” said EY's Michelle Jenkins during her keynote for Isenberg's Inclusive Leadership Virtual Series.
Accounting, Alumni, Career, Corporate, Diversity and Inclusion (+)
With a quarter century of tax experience in public accounting and industry, and in domestic and international taxation, Dan Newton ’90—this year’s Accounting Alumnus of the Year—has continuously extended his horizons.
The FBI has announced that accounting graduate Jeffrey Sallet ’93 will oversee its finances, facilities, and logistics activities in his new role as associate executive assistant director of its Finance and Facilities Division.
FILTER BY:Accounting, Alumni, Alumni Profiles, Career
Dennis Hanno ‘90PhD, who has been president of Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., since 2014, learned about more than accounting during his time at Isenberg, where he later served as a faculty member and undergraduate dean: “Isenberg opened so many doors and opportunities for me.”
In February, the first installment of the Isenberg Faculty Speakers Series featured two assistant professors, Matt Katz from Sport Management and Andrew Kitto from Accounting, offering “30-000-foot overviews” of their research for an audience of their colleagues.
FILTER BY:Accounting, Events, Faculty, Sport Management, Events & Activities
Tony doesn’t take his success for granted. He worked hard to get where he is today. “There aren’t a lot of people that look like me in the Boston market doing the job that I have. And you know, I was told by others, ‘I don’t know that you can do this, because not many minorities are successful.’ And I put my head down a long time ago to say hey, I’m going to be the example.”
“A number of things in my life have special meaning, special resonance. For me, Isenberg and UMass are among them,” notes Isenberg accounting grad John Micalizzi ’94. As Human Resource Leader with the Boston office of accounting firm RSM, John has catalyzed two substantial gifts of $150,000 and $100,000 to Isenberg from its alumni at RSM and the RSM Foundation.