Phil Schiller ’82, longtime Apple executive, topped Forbes’ list of “The World’s Most Influential CMOs” in 2020. The magazine decided on the top 50 marketing executives based upon data reflecting brand performance, industry and internal influence, and personal influence.
CEO alum speaks candidly of “unmitigated disasters” as part of the popular Lunch with an Entrepreneur series.
While promoting fitness and nutrition, a young alumna empowers the teens in her community.
Last month, Forbes unveiled its annual “30 under 30” list of America’s most important young entrepreneurs, and two graduates of the Carroll School made the cut, along with four other Boston College alums.
An alum took a chance, found an industry he loved, and is now one of its biggest players
BC HEIGHTS: The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate conferred its Award for Inspired Leadership on Jack Connors Jr. ’63, philanthropist and Hill Holliday co-founder.
At Shea Center celebration, winners are announced in the competition newly named for Greg ’84 and Peggy ’85 Strakosch
He was ready to hang up his cleats upon graduation. But one professor encouraged the varsity soccer goalkeeper to keep playing the sport for as long as he could.
SSC Venture’s program provides $5,000, office space at firms around Boston, and moral support so that Carroll School and other BC students and recent alumni can develop their startup companies.
Fortune and Modern Healthcare ranked Aetna president Karen Lynch ’84 in their roundups of the “50 Most Powerful Women” and the “Top 25 Women in Healthcare,” respectively.
Extroverts are always more successful than introverts. Nice guys do finish last. Eric Barker, M.B.A. ’09, takes on these widely held beliefs in his first book, recognized as a national bestseller.
“They are the all-in difference makers, curious and galvanizing go-getters, eager to give back to others—refusing to fit into any stereotype of the young professionals who pursue a graduate degree in business,” Poets & Quants says of those who made its list of “The Best and Brightest MBAs—Class of 2017.” And among the selected is Katie Philippi, M.B.A. ’17.
“They challenged conventions, overcame odds, and built communities.”
Where do people with such diverse majors as theology, finance, and international studies wind up? Apparently, it's real estate, judging from the Boston College alumni who populated two panel discussions at a forum titled “Launching Your Real Estate Career.”
Failure, culture, and the meaning of success were among the conversation points at Carroll School’s Edmund H. Shea Jr. Center for Entrepreneurship's “Lunch with an Entrepreneur” event with Turkish business magnate Ferit Şahenk ’89.
Some might say that Chris O’Donnell ’92 hasn’t done all that much with his marketing degree from Boston College. But returning to his alma mater this fall, the NCIS: Los Angeles and Grey’s Anatomy star showed a skill at marketing the values inculcated by a Jesuit education.
Calling Mom every morning in India, and other lessons for business and life
In a Washington Post published profile of veterans who have made a quick and solid transition from the military to civilian life, former U.S. Army Ranger and Purple Heart recipient Ralph Cacciapaglia, M.B.A. ’15, speaks of success after service.
At the Joseph E. Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action's “Launching Your Real Estate Career” forum, Carroll School Senior Lecturer Ed Chazen shared his assessment of the real estate field.
’86 Alum and Merrill Lynch VP shakes it up with “Zumba for a Cause"
There are a number of reasons why Chris Rall ’09 went into the cleaning business—apparently none of which is that he likes to clean.
During recent weeks in Somalia, Foreign Minister Abdusalam Omer ’77 has welcomed a string of ambassadors to the capital city of Mogadishu, including the first U.S. ambassador to that country in 25 years.
Nick Scandalios on the Business of Theater, and the Joke He’ll Never Again Make
Last month, 540 Carroll School seniors walked across the commencement stage. In doing so, a distinct group of these graduates were also walking in the footsteps of parents, siblings, and other relatives—adding one more Eagle to the family.
Returning to the Heights, Marvin Chow ’95—Google’s marketing chief—praised Big Data. But he also buried the notion that data alone can give people what they really need.
Sighted in the New York Business Journal recently was an interview with Christina Bechhold ’07, co-founder and managing director of Empire Angels in New York, a venture capital firm that specializes in tech startups launched by millennials
Forbes magazine recently unveiled its annual “30 under 30” list of America’s most important young entrepreneurs, and 28-year-old Carroll School alum Phil Dumontet ’09 made the cut.