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Friends of Sorenson

Friends of Sorenson is a volunteer (non-paying) opportunity for individuals interested in supporting the arts at Babson through various genres: music, literary arts, visual arts, film/media, dance, theater and architecture. Based primarily out of the Sorenson Administrative Offices in Park Manor South, volunteers will assist with projects such as: developing and maintaining walking architectural and public art tours of campus; researching arts resources for campus-wide use; and cataloguing Babson’s permanent art collection. Friends of Sorenson will commit to volunteering on a regular weekly basis, as determined by the Director of Sorenson.

Sravani Anne

Sravani, a partner of Shashank, is from India and a 2 year MBA student at Babson. She graduated from the Central Michigan University with a masters in general administration after completing her undergraduation in India. Sravani is interested in arts and crafts, and loves to paint when she is free. She likes painting on different objects, glass being her favourite and now is trying her hand at pencil sketches. Voluneering has always been a part of her activities as she volunteered in a church and different marathons during her graduation. While volunteering at the Sorenson center for the arts, she is able to explore various kinds of art and also meet lots of people.

Roshni Singh

Roshni is a partner of Maninder a two-­year MBA student at Babson from Bangalore, India. She has earned her Bachelors of Engineering in Medical Electronics and completed her MBA in Marketing Communication and Advertising. She also has work experience ranging from being an analyst at Goldman Sachs to a Social Media Architect at Zunaa Software. Roshni has learned the Keyboard and has one stage performance that she is really proud of. Other than learning to play the keyboard she likes travelling, exploring new restaurants and loves yoga to burn all those extra calories. Volunteering at The Sorenson Center for Arts has given her the opportunity to know more about art and has opened a new window of learning for her. She believes and follows the saying that one must always keep learning new things to enhance their strengths and capabilities.​​