“We are living in an age of acceleration with the rate of technological change increasing,” says Anne Massey. “While the future of work calls for technical skills, it also demands an understanding of the human and ethical sides of management and leadership.” Isenberg’s new dean, who joins the school officially this month, has focused on aligning academic programs with the technical, social, and cultural changes happening outside campus walls throughout her career, and she says she’s excited to join a school where multi-disciplinary programs, industry partnerships, and student-led team projects are already the norm.
Isenberg's Driven Leadership Award winner turned her passion for progress into a career at MassMutual’s Boston Seaport office, where she is Head of Strategic Initiatives & Administration for the Investment Management division
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Hosted by the Berthiaume Center for Entrepreneurship and Valley Venture Mentors (VVM), the Collegiate Summer Venture Program (CSVP) wrapped its 10 weeks of programming, mentoring, networking and curriculum with a Celebration on Monday, July 29, at VVM’s Hub in Springfield, Mass.
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.
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Nefertiti Walker, Isenberg’s associate dean for an inclusive organization and a professor of Sport Management, received a Research Fellow Award from the North American Society for Sport Management at its annual conference on June 5 in New Orleans.
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The 2019 Isenberg Business Leadership Award (IBLA) banquet brought together hundreds of attendees to celebrate Paul Carney '82, winner of the IBLA, and Michele Equale ’13 MBA, winner of the Driven Leadership Award.
Two Isenberg finance majors served as keynote speakers at commencement events: Yaseen Gholizadeh represented his classmates at the school’s Senior Celebration, and Daniella Iannuzzi was chosen to be the UMass Amherst Undergraduate Commencement's student speaker.
A team of Isenberg MBA students (Paige Hill ’19, Allison O’Neill ’19, Mike Cook ’19, and Yosh Schulman ’20) placed second in the Aspen Institute’s 2019 Business & Society International Case Competition in April.