Babson Magazine

Summer 2017

Jasmine Yamasaki, MBA’06

Staking Their Turf in High-Tech

A lack of encouragement. Outmoded perceptions. For numerous reasons, some understood and some not, women aren’t as well represented in tech industries. But that hasn’t kept these alumnae from claiming the careers they want.

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The Music Makers

When Nashville singer-songwriter Jamie Kent ’09 launched his music career after graduating from Babson, he did what scores of aspiring musicians …

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Chasing Ideas

Sinan Erzurumlu (pronounced See-nan Erz-oo-room-loo) was born and raised in Turkey, but he doesn’t want to identify himself only as Turkish. Not …

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Small Talk with Sharon Yardley

Before becoming a nurse practitioner and director of health services for Babson, Sharon Yardley studied criminal justice. “As a kid, I read all …

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A Wall for All

Feel free. Follow your dreams. Just breathe. The messages—scrawled and neatly printed; in marker, pen, and pencil; on …

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Expect the Unexpected

The client was half a world away. The stakeholders had complicated demands. Cultural obstacles needed to be overcome. And the goals were …

News, Notes + Nods

Wondering what your classmates have been up to? Come catch up!

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The True Meaning of Team

Last fall, women’s soccer welcomed a new member—actually, two new members—to its team. They are on the young side, not even out of elementary …

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Overcoming Adversity

Adversity is inevitable and inescapable and, in many ways, knows no bounds. Regardless of sport, team, or season, adversity will strike, and the …