Established in 2007, the Brennan Symposium for Student Leadership and Ethics is the major initiative of the Francis P. Brennan Fund. Named in honor of Frank Brennan, BC ’39, this annual event is designed to equip the rising set of student leaders with new leadership skills and to foster dialogue among student leaders from different domains. Participants are drawn from the ranks of a variety of student clubs and organizations.
A native of Somerville, son of Irish immigrants, and decorated World War II veteran, Brennan was a longtime leader in the Massachusetts banking and financial communities, and chairman of the board of the Massachusetts Business Development Corporation. Mr. Brennan credited much of his success to being educated by Jesuits at Boston College.
Kristin Groos Richmond
Co-founder & CEO, Revolution Foods
Monday, March 12, 2018
4:30 PM | Fulton Honors Library
*By invitation only
Kristin co-founded Revolution Foods in 2006 and has served as its CEO since inception. Her career has spanned from corporate finance at Citibank to education. She was formerly the Vice President of Resources for Indispensable Schools and Educators and co-founded the Kenya Community Center for Learning in Nairobi. Kristin is an Aspen Institute Pahara Fellow, an Ashoka Fellow and an Education Pioneers Fellow. She served on the White House Council for Community Solutions and is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. Kristin is a 1997 graduate of the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, and received an MBA from University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business.