Author: Shannon Sweeny Curran

Shannon Sweeny Curran
Writer
Shannon Sweeny Curran
Shannon Sweeny Curran is the Senior Content Strategist at Babson College. Shannon is a writer, content strategist, and works with current students, alumni, and faculty to tell the Babson story. She is also the co-founder and executive director of the movement company ParadiseMoves. She earned her undergraduate degree in political and social communications from Emerson College and is currently an MBA candidate at Babson.
Taking the Lead
Taking the Lead » Hisham Beydoun MBA’19 came to Babson to learn how he could use business to change the world. He is leaving changed by his classmates and the impact he made on the Babson community.
The Power of the Entrepreneurial Family
The Power of the Entrepreneurial Family » Lauri Union never expected to run her family business. Yet, through that experience, she learned the true power of family entrepreneurship. Now, she is working to amplify the entrepreneurship of families at Babson.
The Corporate Entrepreneur: Matthew Mottola at Microsoft
The Corporate Entrepreneur: Matthew Mottola at Microsoft » Matthew Mottola MS’17 is obsessed with fixing both the way we work, and the way we feel about our work. He used his make-it-happen mindset to tackle this problem at Microsoft.
Shay Jaffar – A Brand Born at Babson
Shay Jaffar – A Brand Born at Babson » Shay Gaafar MBA’19 came to Babson to dive into the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Two years later, she’s leaving with her own brand.
“I Walked In And Knew, These Are My People”
“I Walked In And Knew, These Are My People” » As a young entrepreneur, Rachel Pardue ’19, co-founder of LOU, often felt like the odd one out—until she found her home at Babson.
It’s a Babson Snow Day. What Now?
It’s a Babson Snow Day. What Now? » It’s official: school is canceled. You are snowed in. What should you do this snow day at Babson? We’ve got a few ideas.
Bringing the Boardroom to the Classroom
Bringing the Boardroom to the Classroom » What is the CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line doing in a classroom? Imparting wisdom and engaging in a dialogue with Babson students in Miami about real-time business issues.
An MBA for the Future of Work
An MBA for the Future of Work » The way we work is changing. Employers want critical thinkers. Active learners. Creative problem solvers. In short, they want entrepreneurs. The new Babson MBA is building entrepreneurial leaders who will be ready for this future of work.
He Came to Babson in 1978. You’ll Still See Him On Campus Today
He Came to Babson in 1978. You’ll Still See Him On Campus Today » Call George Recck the ultimate Beaver Believer. Through his time as a Babson undergraduate and graduate student, a staff member, and a current member of our faculty, Recck has seen it all. Now he’s excited to see the College’s second century unfold.
The Key to Economic Growth? Local Entrepreneurship
The Key to Economic Growth? Local Entrepreneurship » Can entrepreneurship save economies? If you ask Daniel Isenberg, the answer will always be yes.