Alumni Career Spotlights
Discover how Babson graduates are creating value around the world.
MBA or BS, finance or nonprofit, Babson alumni all share a unique entrepreneurial mindset. They utilize that mindset and the power of Babson’s extensive alumni network to thrive in organizations of all types and sizes. Through alumni events and unexpected connections, they’re finding ways to collaborate with fellow Babson graduates across generations, industries, and the world.
Read their stories here.
Leveraging the Babson Network
Alex Moazed ’10 has some words of wisdom for aspiring entrepreneurs: “You cannot be successful without surrounding yourself with the right people.”
Evan Lodge M’14 and Rob Hunter M’14 came to Babson with different backgrounds but a similar goal in mind.
Self-proclaimed “reformed dropout” Pete Fleming shares his MBA journey and how his passion for research led him to a job at Facebook.
Five Questions for Shaun Steingold M’08, Babson Alumni Club of San Francisco President.
Katie Connon Gordon ’05 has navigated cross-country moves, international job interviews, and alumni networking throughout her career.
Amy Bohm Levine MBA’01 guides the brand strategy for Cabot Creamery, and champions local dairy farmers.
Working with Babson Alumni
After meeting in Babson’s Blended Learning MBA program in San Francisco, Kyle Cherrick MBA’16 and Jeff Rodgers MBA’16 teamed up to create an innovative solar marketplace.
Friendships forged on Babson’s soccer field led these alumni and teammates to the same company.
Savitha Sridharan MBA’14 and Mateen Abdul MBA’09 collaborated to develop a clean-energy lighting solution for villagers in rural India.
Philip Boulton ’97 graduated from Babson nearly a decade before Antonio Turco-Rivas MBA’05 and J.B. Schneider MBA’05, but the three furniture entrepreneurs share more than just an alma mater.
A conversation during the Class of 1989’s 20th Reunion planted the seed for 9yahds Inc.
Charles Lorenceau ’06 is managing director at a private equity firm whose founders—and some clients—are Babson alumni.
A friendship formed in E Tower sprouts business success in San Francisco.
A Habitat for Humanity project led to a business partnership for Bethany Yeasted Dufour ’05 and Sharlene Sones ’86
Amir Sandel MBA’01 and Nir Yelinek MBA’06 team up to start a business.
Taking Advantage of Babson’s Resources
For Margo Layton Cole MBA'15, the path to a career in venture capital began with help from Babson's Graduate Center for Career Development.
For the Burrill sisters, Babson runs in the family.
Allison Powell ’06 and Bill MacEwen MBA’10 joined forces in Vancouver.
John Burns MBA’05 has ideas about what’s next in VC, how to help bridge the industry’s gender gap, and advice for aspiring venture capitalists.
A Wall Street Trek through Babson’s Undergraduate Center for Career Development helped Sid Kapur ’14 network and land a job at Bank of America Merril Lynch.