Hosted by Boston College faculty member Bob Radin, the Manager's Studio at the Carroll School brings top executives to campus to share their personal and professional experiences with students.
Each session begins with an interview, offering a rare glimpse into executives’ personal lives, which is followed by a student-led question and answer period. Discussions cover topics such as personal goals and challenges, career paths, managing and leading, and the business environment.
To view and hear some recent lectures, see our multimedia page.
|February 18, 2015||Kate Walsh, President and CEO, Boston Medical Center|
|March 25, 2015||Michael K. Durkin, President and CEO, United Way of Mass. Bay and Merrimack Valley|
All other Manager’s Studio events will be at 4:00 pm in Fulton 511 unless otherwise noted.
Tom Hynes, Co-Chairman and CEO, Colliers International/Boston
Daniel Kenary, CEO and Co-Founder, Harpoon Brewery
Bernt Ullman, President and CEO, Star Branding, LLC/MESH
James A. Calhoun, President and CEO, Converse
Dr. Stephen Schwartz, President and CEO of Brooks Automation
Timothy Scheve, President and CEO of Janney, Montgomery, Scott
Randy Papadellis, Chairman & CEO of Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc
Colin Angle, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder of iRobot Corporation
William Glavin, Chairman, President & CEO of Oppenheimer Funds
Fay Donohue, MBA '80, President & CEO of Dental Services of Massachusetts
Stephen Howe, Jr., Area Managing Partner of Americas, Ernst & Young
Tom Sebok, CEO of Young and Rubicam
Ron Hovsepian, CEO & President of Novell, Inc.
Doug Flutie, President & Co-Founder of the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation
Reunion Weekend Event: Guest Host, Glenn Kasses, MBA '09
Carol Meyrowitz, President and CEO of TJX Companies
Kathleen Corbet, Former President and CEO of Standard and Poor’s
Dr. James Mongan, President and CEO of Partners Healthcare
Steve Ainsley, Publisher of the Boston Globe and Head of the New England Media Group
Cleve Killingsworth Jr., President and CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Deborah Jackson, CEO of the American Red Cross of Massachusetts Bay