Northeastern celebrated the influential achievements of the 2021 Huntington 100 class in a socially-distant ceremony.
Millions of dollars in cosmetics were stranded on the ship stuck in the Suez Canal. This Northeastern co-op stepped in.
Skilled at navigating uncertainty, Kristine Aleksandrovica, DMSB’22, works to find greener modes of product transportation at her L’Oréal supply chain co-op in Paris.
Passionate about social responsibility in food systems, Abigale Purvis, DMSB’21, impacted multiple sides of food systems through her co-ops and earned the Harold D. Hodgkinson Award.
No stranger to global experiences, Jaime Bensadon, DMSB’22, is embracing the power of planning at his Toyota co-op in Belgium.
Keith Corso, DMSB’21, is modernizing the school bus system with his startup BusRight. $2.5 million in seed funding from prominent investors will take it to the next level.
Presidential Ambassadors, including Adam Dolce, DMSB’23, believe in the power of connecting Northeastern’s campus—and they know support on Giving Day goes a long way.
“I really underestimated the depth of the certificate coursework, and how much it would help me explore different career avenues in healthcare. . . . My advice to students just starting the program is not to come in looking at your career through one lens. There are opportunities out there you may not have even considered.”
Fernanda Lopez, DMSB’21, is dedicated to shattering the glass ceiling for young women, a trait that shines through her extensive on- and off-campus engagement.
“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.”