Join us each Friday for Good Business Fridays
, a weekly opportunity to hold conversations around social innovation, entrepreneurship, and responsibility. Good Business Fridays run every Friday, Noon–1:30 p.m. in the Reynolds Global Lounge. For questions and suggestions, please
2014 Changemakers Announced
Congratulations to all of our 2014 Changemakers, who will be recognized at the annual Changemakers Awards on April 22nd. The following members of the Babson community have been selected as changemakers.
Alumni: Jon Feinman M'10
Faculty: Mary Pinard
Staff: Melissa Shaak
Graduate: Mayank Arora
Undergraduate: Irene Laochaisri
Babson Board Fellows Information Session
Babson Board Fellows
in an experiential learning program that places Babson MBA students and alumni as non-voting members of nonprofit boards. The nonprofits benefit from fresh insight as wellas from student contributions to board committees and special projects. Join us on April 24th from 12:30-1:30 in Olin Auditorium for the final information session before the fist round 2014 applications are due.
Social Innovator Awards
This year, The Lewis Institute is honoring two global social innovators: Mick Jackson, Founder and Chairman or Wildhearts, a charity that launches businesses and uses their profits to fund global micro-finance; and Razia Jan, Founder and Director of Razia's Ray of Hope Foundation, an organization that improves the lives of Afghan girls through community-based education.
The 2014 recepients will be recognized at an awards ceremony on April 17th.
CGIU Attendees to Host GBF
Twelve Babson students were accepted and attended Clinton Global Initiative University
over spring break, giving them the opportunity to connect with other students around the country and strengthen their personal passions. These students will host the final GBF of the semester on April 25th, to share their experiences and inspire other students.
Babson Community Table
Food Sol Community Table: Wednesdays, Noon–1:30 p.m. on the Wellesley campus and Thursdays, 10-11:30 a.m. on the Boston campus