Antoine J. Melay is an Adjunct Lecturer in the Management Division of Babson College, where he teaches Strategic Problem Solving in the Undergraduate Program. He received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley University and a BS in Corporate Finance & Accounting from Bentley College. In addition to serving as Babson College faculty, Melay focuses on financial analytics, strategic partnerships, community & economic development, and post-secondary pedagogy.
Mr. Melay is currently responsible for corporate relations for the National Association of Black Accountants in Boston. He is an active member of Carney Hospital's Community Benefits Council. Over the years, he has worked in various public and private institutions, including Liberty Mutual, the Division of Insurance for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the American International Group (AIG). Prior to that, he was an Auditor at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC). He was appointed to the board of Bunker Hill Community College by the former Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2011. While serving this board, Melay became the second Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees and former Chairman of the Audit Committee. Lastly, in his role as the State Coordinator for the Association of Community College Trustees in the Commonwealth, he was responsible for the fifteen community colleges across the state.
Mr. Melay serves on several committees and councils working to promote leadership, community engagement, and economic development. He is a member of the Latino-Jewish Roundtable, an organization working to advance alliances and partnership between the Latino and Jewish communities. He has been instrumental in promoting ADL’s philosophy and core values through various initiatives, events, and programs. In addition, he was the Co-Chair of the Nation of Immigrants Community Seder, along with the Mayor of Boston, Martin J. Walsh, and the Cardinal, Sean Patrick O’Malley. In May 2012, Mr. Melay was appointed by Mayor Joseph Curtatone to serve on the City of Somerville Jobs Advisory Committee to assist in assessing and examining their workforce development system and their landscape of Somerville’s job market with the ultimate goal of providing policy recommendations. The Jobs Advisory Committee was instrumental in the expansion of the Assembly Row development in Somerville in 2013.
Mr. Melay currently teaches Fundamentals of Management and Managerial Communications at Fisher College. Both courses are part of the Management Department’s core curriculum for its undergraduate program.
MBA, McCallum School of Business, Bentley University