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Student Activities and Leadership Professional Staff

Melissa Beecher, Director

Responsible for providing the vision, strategic management, and day-to-day supervision of a comprehensive co-curricular program designed to meet the needs of the undergraduate student body. Serves as the co-advisor of the Student Government Association. Responsible for the coordination and implementation of undergraduate leadership programs, and the leadership application process. Also, leads coor​dination of major undergraduate events including Orientation, Homecoming, and Family and Friends Weekend. B.A. Wheaton College; M.A. Boston College

Angel Seto, Assistant Director

Serves as the primary advisor for Campus Activities Board and Reynolds Campus Center student staff. Oversees programming spaces in Reynolds Campus Center, including resources for off-campus students. 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​, Assistant Director

Advises and manages the undergraduate student clubs and organizations, co-advisor for the Student Government Association, and serves as the primary advisor to the Senior Week Committee. Handles day-to-day operation of Life@Babson and online presence. Oversees the mascot program. 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

Olivia LeClair, Graduate Assistant

Assists with event management including aspects of Babson's Leadership Academy (leadership seminars, mystery buses, alumni/student dinners). Assists with advising the Campus Activities Board (CAB). B.S. Bentley University; M.Ed in progress Harvard University ​​​​​​​​​​​