For Manny Lopes, MBA’11, earning his MBA was transformative in expanding his executive skills to lead the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center.
The D’Amore-McKim community came together and won the Challenge of the Colleges this Giving Day, earning an extra $30,000 for our Dean’s Fund among record contributions.
“Our professors were keen on introducing us to new data tools and preparing us to be agile for the changes coming in the industry.”
“I could see myself at the helm of a real estate investment firm someday, and I definitely feel I have the tools to get there thanks to the MS in Accounting.”
“You’re making an investment in yourself, and you’ll see the results of that investment probably even sooner than you think.”
“Ten years from now, I want to be a general manager, making important decisions and shaping the strategy and culture of an organization.”
“For my residency, I had the chance to work for a new company that was transforming an old industry, and that changed everything. I was so inspired by working in a fast-paced startup environment and making a real impact—I consider my residency one of the defining moments of my life.”
A gift from David Nardone, DMSB’79/MBA’82, will keep the Nardone Family Seminar Series running in perpetuity.
Luis Sanchez, DMSB’20, was looking for cultural connection. The answer was a culinary ‘time capsule’ in the form of community building.
Northeastern alum Gordon Thompson is the president and CEO of Westnet, a distributor of medical, surgical and laboratory supplies, based in Canton, Massachusetts.