Reynolds Campus Center 211
Babson Park, MA 02457
Student Engagement Professional Staff
Maribeth Flakes, Director, Student Engagement
Flakes leads the student engagement team overseeing the staff that works with
operations of clubs/organizations, student programming, management of the
Reynolds Campus Center and fraternity and sorority life. Maribeth also serves
co-advises Student Government Association and assists with the planning and
implementation of major college events such as orientation and commencement.
Maribeth has a B.S. in Early Childhood Education and Spanish from Bridgewater
State University and a M.A. in Higher Education Administration, College Student
Personnel from New York University.
Jacob Oppenheimer, Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life
Jacob Oppenheimer serves as the primary advisor for Babson's seven social sororities and fraternities. Coordinates educational programming and community assessment for Babson's Special Interest Housing Organizations and FSL Community Managers. Manages FSL on-campus organization accounts and accreditation program. B.A. Beloit College; M.Ed. University of Iowa; Member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity.
Angel Long serves as the primary advisor for Campus Activities Board and Senior Week Committee. Oversees the mascot program and co-advisor for the Student Government Association. Responsible for program management of Babson's Leadership Academy (leadership seminars, mystery buses, class dinners). Assists in the planning and implementation of Orientation. B.A. Framingham State University; M.Ed. Salem State University.
Michael Daley advises and manages the undergraduate student clubs and organizations, co-advisor for the Student Government Association, and serves as the primary advisor to the Reynolds Campus Center student staff. Oversees programming spaces in Reynolds Campus Center, including resources for off-campus students. Handles day-to-day operation of Engage and online presence. Responsible for assisting with the coordination and implementation of undergraduate leadership programs. Assists in the planning and implementation of Orientation. B.S. University of Hartford; M.S. Central Connecticut State University.
Anthony Pires Jr, is originally from Clermont, Florida and is currently residing in Newton, MA. Anthony received his B.A. in Communication Arts with a concentration in Speech and Performance at Framingham State University. Anthony is currently working toward completing his second year in the higher education student affairs graduate program at Salem State University. Anthony currently works as the Summer Program and External Events Manager at Wellesley College. His ultimate career goal is to work in functional areas such as Multicultural Affairs, First Year/Orientation Programs and Student Activities.