This spring, hundreds of donors, volunteers, faculty, and staff joined to celebrate our Centennial Year and launch the largest campaign in the College’s history. Babson’s goal is to raise $300 million over the next four years and attain a 40% alumni participation rate. While the Babson community anticipates an epic celebration in September, former President Kerry Healey and President Stephen Spinelli Jr. are traveling the world to discuss plans for Babson’s second century. – Jillian Erdos
More than 60 Babson alumni and friends gathered in London in April at the home of Jonathan and Hayley Sieff P’18 to celebrate Babson’s Centennial and hear from former President Kerry Healey (far left).
The Babson community gathered at Zuma in New York City in May with Michael Lorber ’01, (left), director of business development at Douglas Elliman Real Estate and a Babson trustee, and his father, Howard Lorber P’01 (right), chairman of Douglas Elliman. President Stephen Spinelli Jr. (center) led the group in a toast to Babson’s future.
Kerry Healey (left) joined more than 120 Babson alumni and friends in Miami in May to celebrate entrepreneurship education. Alberto Perlman ’98 (second from left), CEO and co-founder of Zumba Fitness, shared his entrepreneurial story and Babson experience. Also attending the event were Heidy Frank MS’03 (second from right) and Steven Bandel P’16, Global Advisory Board member (right).
In Mexico City, Candida Brush (right), Babson vice provost of global entrepreneurial leadership, delivered an update on the developments at Babson. Jose Madero MBA’96, external advisor to the office of the President of Mexico, introduced Alfonso Romo, Head of Office to Mexico’s Presidency. Babson’s generous sponsors and hosts were Ruben Coppel MBA’11, president of BanCoppel; Mark McCoy ’93, CEO of Banco Fintera (center); and Omar McCoy ’96, private banking director of Banco Santander. Also pictured are Horacio McCoy P’93, P’96 (left), MaeLynn Patten, Babson’s associate vice president of advancement (second from left) and Felipe McCoy (second from right).