The 26th Annual Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner took place on
Thursday, April 24, 2014, at the Waldorf Astoria New York.
Peter S. Lynch '65, H'95, P'01
Vice Chairman, Fidelity Investments
Treasurer, The Lynch Foundation
Carolyn A. Lynch, H'09, P'01
President and Chairman, The Lynch Foundation
This year, the Wall Street Council hosted its
26th Annual Tribute Dinner in support of the Presidential Scholars Program and honored Carolyn and Peter Lynch, recipients of the President’s Medal for Excellence.
This award, the highest bestowed by the council, recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves through constant pursuit of excellence and whose outstanding personal and professional achievements exemplify the ideal proclaimed in Boston College’s motto, “Ever to Excel.”
Over the past 25 years, the Tribute Dinner has raised more than $22 million for the Presidential Scholars Program at Boston College. Through this program, Boston College is able to attract the best and brightest students from around the world. Your generosity has helped more than 250 students participate in extraordinary service programs and continue to carry the Jesuit ideal of "men and women for others" into their post-graduate careers. In addition to their accomplishments at BC, many of these students later become recipients of the nation's most prestigious academic awards, including Rhodes, Marshall, Winston Churchill, Truman and Goldwater Scholarships, as well as Fulbright and Jacob K. Javits Fellowships.
This year, our Presidential Scholar speaker, Brooke Loughrin ’14, provided a perfect representation of the power of this program with her inspiring speech—and we want to share that with you.
Save the Date
The 2015 Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner will take place at the Waldorf Astoria New York on Thursday, April 23.
If you have any questions regarding the Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner, please contact Joanne Goggins at 617-552-9032 or email email@example.com.
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