Author: Wendy Schoenfeld

Jaime Robitaille: Crafting the Babson Community
Jaime Robitaille: Crafting the Babson Community » After 22 years, Director of Undergraduate Admission Jaime Robitaille continues to be inspired by the diversity and energy of the Babson community.
Babson MS Career Outcomes Reflect the Power of a Strong Network
Babson MS Career Outcomes Reflect the Power of a Strong Network » Babson’s newest and soon-to-be Master of Science graduates attribute their job-search success to many facets of their Babson experience.
Babson Class of 2021 Impresses with Historic Career Outcomes
Babson Class of 2021 Impresses with Historic Career Outcomes » The undergraduate Class of 2021 earned the highest average starting salary in Babson history, and nearly all members of the class are employed or continuing their education, six months after graduation.
The Babson MBA Class of 2021 Is in a Class of Its Own
The Babson MBA Class of 2021 Is in a Class of Its Own » In a year full of uncertainty, Babson’s newest MBA graduates were in high demand at top-tier companies across industry sectors.
Deirdre Botsch: Keeping the Babson Community Safe
Deirdre Botsch: Keeping the Babson Community Safe » As Babson’s new COVID-19 testing site lead, Deirdre Botsch is playing a critical role in the College’s response to the pandemic.
Entrepreneurs, Scholars, Leaders: Meet the Class of 2025
Entrepreneurs, Scholars, Leaders: Meet the Class of 2025 » As first-year students begin to arrive on campus, here are just a few of the inspiring examples of the future entrepreneurial leaders who make up the most diverse class in Babson College history.
Katia Santiago-Taylor: Focus on Wellness
Katia Santiago-Taylor: Focus on Wellness » Katia Santiago-Taylor brings her whole self, and deep experience in prevention, to her new role as the director of wellness and prevention at Babson College.