Lunch with a Leader
The Winston Center offers opportunities for students to meet with leaders in close quarters for lunch and informal conversation several times each year. An effort is made to invite student participants who have a demonstrated interest that is related to the leader’s area of expertise.
Chief Executive Officer
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
12:00 PM | Fulton Honors Library (2nd Floor)
Michael Welch is the chief executive officer of UniBank, a role he assumed in July 2019. Welch has worked as a teacher and fundraiser, and most recently as special assistant to the school’s president, for the Red Cloud Indian School in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, one of America’s poorest communities; assistant principal at Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood; and headmaster at Saint John’s High School, a position he held for 15 years. At Saint John he oversaw a successful capital campaign which boosted financial aid and scholarships.
UniBank is a mutually owned community bank with about $1.8 billion in total assets. It employs 275 people and has 14 branches stretching through the Blackstone Valley to Worcester, Shrewsbury and Hopkinton. The bank’s roots date to about 1870.
Welch is a graduate of Marquette University and holds graduate degrees in pastoral ministry and secondary administration from Boston College.
Program is for undergraduate students only: Register here.