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Tuesday, April 23 2024

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    2024

    Leadership Circle Renewal Form

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    BEE - Strategic Planning & Mgmt in Retailing - Spring 2024

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    The global retail industry is continuing to evolve and become increasingly competitive. With technology, change in consumer behavior, globalization, and consolidation, a data-driven retail strategy is more important than ever. Retail leaders must focus on strategic management in retail and be data-driven to survive and thrive in the industry. Strategic Planning and Management in Retailing helps you develop the effective strategies needed to lead a high-performing retail business. Find out more Green Chevron
  • Apr
    23
    2024

    Crossroads- A Babson KMH Center Interdisciplinary Speaker Series// Topic: Entrepreneurial Approaches to Advance Mental Wellness and Equity in Organizational Spaces

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    Please join us this Crossroads session for a discussion on mental wellness and equity in organizational spaces with: Colleen Leung, Co-Founder and CEO of Unmute, a mental�health platform providing culturally affirming care to patients of color. Colleen graduated with her MBA from Babson College in 2018 and went on to participate in Babson's Summer Venture Program, Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab Accelerator and was a top 3 Finalist in Babson's e-Pitch Competition. Dr. Ryan Travia (PhD), Associate Vice President for Student Success at Babson College, having previously served as Babson's first associate dean of students for wellness. As senior student affairs officer/chief well-being officer, Ryan provides leadership and strategic direction for a comprehensive portfolio that includes: accessibility services, counseling and psychological services, health services, religious & spiritual life, student advising & success, and wellness & prevention services. Ryan serves as a senior dean-on-call, responding to student and campus crises, and chairs the Campus Assessment, Response, & Evaluation (CARE) Team, a multidisciplinary committee that functions as a hybrid students of concern and behavioral intervention team. Ryan is passionate about student success and well-being, particularly for marginalized and underrepresented groups, and has worked tirelessly to remove barriers to accessing care and developing systems and structures that promote student success, as evidenced by his leadership in creating and managing a student emergency fund, developing amnesty and Good Samaritan policies for students who overdose on alcohol or other drugs, a recovery-focused medical withdrawal policy, and building Babson's first sexual assault prevention and response program.Prof. Emily Rosado-Solomon, Assistant Professor of Management at Babson College. Emily's research falls into two primary areas. Her main research focus is on mental health challenges and work, with an emphasis on the experiences of people with mental illness in the workplace. Emily's other research stream examines interpersonal connections in the workplace, investigating how interactions between employees shape their work experience. Her work has been published in prestigious peer-revised journals such as Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, and�Academy of Management Annals, and has been presented at national and international conferences. Her teaching at Babson is primarily in the Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (FME) course, where she teaches management and organizational behavior topics to undergraduate students as they create their own business ventures.�and moderated by;Olubunmi Ajayi, MBA student, and Graduate Research Assistant for the Kerry Murphy Healey Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Babson College, also serving as the co-president of the Black Graduate Club at Babson.�With a background in Cell Biology and Genetics, she brings a unique blend of scientific expertise and business acumen. At the center, Olubunmi works closely with the director on research initiatives aimed at advancing education and entrepreneurial leadership in operations management, particularly within the health sector on a global scale. Their dedication to driving innovation and fostering collaboration has contributed to groundbreaking insights and solutions in the field.In addition to their academic pursuits, Olubunmi serves as the Co-President of the Black Graduate Club at Babson, where they provide visionary leadership and strategic direction for the graduate community. Committed to promoting accessibility to resources, wellness, and diversity and inclusion, Olubunmi is a passionate advocate for creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all. With diverse skill set, leadership experience, and unwavering dedication to driving positive change, Olubunmi is poised to bring invaluable insights and facilitate engaging discussions as the moderator for this talkParticipants can expect an enlightening exploration of innovative strategies at the intersection of entrepreneurship, mental wellness, and equity. Through engaging discussions and insightful presentations, attendees will gain valuable insights into how entrepreneurial thinking can drive positive change in organizational environments, fostering a culture of mental wellness and equity. Topics covered will include pioneering approaches to promoting mental wellness, leveraging entrepreneurship to cultivate inclusive spaces, and practical strategies for advancing equity within organizations. Whether you're a student, business leader, entrepreneur, or advocate for mental health and equity, this event offers a unique opportunity to learn, collaborate, and explore new frontiers in creating healthier and more equitable organizational spaces Find out more Green Chevron
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    2024

    BIFE Graduation Reception

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  • Apr
    23
    2024

    Miami, FL: The Miami Market and the Changing Dynamics of Seed and Early Stage Funding

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    The Miami Market and the Changing Dynamics of Seed and Early Stage Funding Tuesday, April 23rd 6 to 8:30 PM Babson CollegeMiami 1200 Brickell Ave, Suite 300 Miami, FL 6 p.m - Registration 6:30 - 7:30 pm. - Panel Discussion 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. - Networking Reception Join us for this comprehensive conversation examining the evolving landscape of startup investment in the Miami area. The evening will explore the emergence of Miami as a prominent hub for angel investors and the shifting trends in seed and early-stage funding, including insights into the strategies employed by angel investors to make the most of this developing market. Speakers: Professor Angelo Santinelli - Professor Emeritus, Babson College and Executive Coach & Advisor Guillermo Gomez '19 - Venture Operations Associate, Miami Angels Registration Fee: $15 a portion of which is a gift in support of the Alumni Club of South Florida Find out more Green Chevron