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The Lewis Institute

Classes Come to Life as a Babson Board Fellow

Kaitlin McCafferty, MBA’18, shares her Babson Board Fellows experience working with CommonWealth Kitchen.   What impressed or inspired you most about the Board? When I heard about the Board Fellows program I knew I had to be a part of it. As a student, I was interested in how boards work and how they affect businesses.…

The Lewis Institute

Give, Gain, and Grow as a Babson Board Fellow

The Babson Board Fellows program pairs Babson MBA students and MBA alumni with local nonprofits. The program allows you, the Fellow, to put your MBA skills and Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™) methodology to practice. The job of a Board is to ensure the sustainability of the corporation. The job of a nonprofit Board is…

The Lewis Institute

Catalyzing Impact: Playing with the Heavy Hitters

By Nathan J. Burke, M’17. Since 2010, The Lewis Institute has run the Babson Board Fellows program which places MBAs and alumni as non-voting members on nonprofit boards throughout Greater Boston. Living into Babson’s mission to create economic and social value simultaneously, not sequentially, the program strives to create value and impact by activating entrepreneurial…

The Lewis Institute

Embracing Transparency in the Non-Profit Sector

By Richard Scioli, Babson Board Fellows member and Founder of Elemental Innovation Through my involvement with The Lewis Institute’s Board Fellows program I’ve had the opportunity to spend the past year on the Board of The Special Olympics of Massachusetts. Spending time with their staff and the people they serve has given me incredible access…

Emily Weiner

Cultivating Tribes

We’re in the middle of developing our newest Babson Board Fellows cohort and I’m starting to notice a trend as I meet with MBAs who are interested in joining the program. Whether in one-on-one interviews or group information sessions, when I ask what they’re hoping to get out of this program, most answer the same…