“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.
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Boston-based Vine Farmer, founded by Jace Chaffee '08 and his brother Kaden Chaffee '10, imports and wholesales wines from growers in Italy and Germany for sale to retailers and restaurants in Massachusetts.
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.
A student team in Professor Mila Getmansky Sherman’s Alternative Investments course worked with Isenberg finance alumnus Michael Philipp ’82 MBA to evaluate the pros and cons of investing in a local, sustainable food hub in the Pioneer Valley.
Isenberg sport management graduate Dennis Mannion ’81 spoke to McCormack students about his work as a change agent with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Baltimore Ravens, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Philadelphia Phillies.
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Anne P. Massey has focused on aligning academic programs with the technical, social, and cultural changes happening outside campus walls throughout her career. Watch her video to learn about her perspectives on business education in the context of the fourth industrial revolution.
Two weeks into the fall semester, several hundred Isenberg students—including freshmen—explored the critical role of philanthropic support in a seminar hosted and moderated by the school’s new dean, Anne Massey.