as an exemplary college
committed to diversity by
Minority Access Inc. at its
16th annual National Role
Models Conference, held in
C. Mabry accepted the
award, along with
universities honored. Congressman Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.) and Baltimore
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake also spoke as part of the program.
senior tax associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Administration from Middlesex, and Bachelor of
Science in Accountancy and Master's in Business
Accountant under the state Board of Accountancy, and a member of the
AICPA and MSCPA.
Academy Charter School, Iem was raised in Lowell and attended Bartlett Middle
School and Lowell High School. Professionally, he has extensive experience
working with large public multinational corporations as a tax specialist in
evaluating and assessing their tax provisions and related reporting obligations.
Initiative grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Education for the
2015-2016 academic year.
(ICE) Program, a dual-enrollment opportunity in partnership with the LABBB
(Lexington, Arlington, Burlington, Bedford, Belmont) Special Education
Collaborative, and Bedford Public Schools that offers college-level courses to
high school students with severe intellectual disabilities.
as well as provide paid professional-development opportunities for faculty and
staff in preparation for having ICE students enrolled in their classes.
in the community from the Coleman Foundation at the annual conference of the
National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship.
of faculty dedicated to broadening student understanding of, and engagement
in, entrepreneurship. It will also allow for the expansion of the Entrepreneur-in-
Residence Program (EIR), and sponsor at least one major entrepreneurship event
each semester for students and the community.
academic divisions, will participate in professional-development workshops that
will enable them to embed activities that foster innovation and entrepreneurship
into current course offerings.
Training Department, has been awarded a $170,970 Workforce Training
Development, the grant will provide training to nearly 270 Enterprise
employees via entry-level and management courses in finance, project
management, business analysis, and technology.
further invest in our greatest resource our people," said Enterprise
Bank CEO Jack Clancy. "Through our collaboration with Middlesex,
we will be able to create new jobs and better prepare Enterprise
Bankers for tomorrow's challenges."