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Brianna DiPietro

Babson Alumna Startup: Meet Eugene

Meet Eugene. The love of Brianna Stiklickas’ ’15 life, and the very small – yet powerful, motivator behind her entrepreneurial pursuit and her recently launched Kickstarter Campaign.

Daquan Oliver B’14 Wins Coveted Echoing Green 2015 Black Male Achievement Fellowship

His nonprofit—Recesspreneurs—empowers college students to take a hands-on approach to provide entrepreneurial education and mentorship to children of low-income. Global nonprofit Echoing Green today announced that Babson College alumni entrepreneur Daquan J. Oliver B’14 has been awarded a highly competitive and coveted Fellowship to help grow his Recesspreneurs. The Fellowship will provide seed funding, mentoring…

Babson Entrepreneurs Appointed to Boston 2024 Olympics Advisory Board

Jon Feinman M’10, Founder & Executive Director, Innercity Weightlifting (ICW); and Jason Jacobs M’05, Co-Founder & CEO, Runkeeper have been appointed to the Boston 2024 Olympics Advisory Board. As new members, they further strengthen and represent a diverse participation from a broad range of community organizations, business, education and sports. “This opportunity of a lifetime…

Michael Chmura

Play Lighted Flag Football At Babson

AfterDark Technologies, founded by CEO Dan Wilson M’13, is “revolutionizing team sports by enabling your team to play anywhere, anytime. With our products, your playing time is no longer limited by daylight or finding a lighted field at night. Play flag football through the night with fiber optic jerseys lighting the players, LED cones defining…

Michael Chmura

InnerCity Weightlifting Honored With Ad Club’s Rosoff Award

InnerCity Weightlifting, established by Jon Feinman M’10, has received the Ad Club’s Rosoff Award for Non-Profit Initiative. According to the Ad Club, “Established by Babson College MBA graduate Jon Feinman, InnerCity Weightlifting (ICW) works with young people at the highest-risk for violence, aiming to reduce youth violence by getting students off the streets and into…