Published 04/10/14

W. Dustin Goldstein

W. Dustin Goldstein '95, left, shares his views of the interna­tional marketplace and business world with Bryant students during regular visits to campus, including a recent trip to take part in IDEA 2014.

W. Dustin Goldstein ’95: A Legacy of Giving

Alumni like W. Dustin Goldstein ’95, who are inspiring leaders in today’s global business environment, are exemplars for our students. After graduating in 1995, Goldstein distinguished himself professionally in the banking industry. He spent several years in Spain as senior sales manager for HSBC Bank, and held leadership roles at ABN Amro Bank in both Spain and Chicago.

Helping students, volunteering, or contributing "make our degrees more valuable.”

Today, as senior vice president and regional head of sales, Midwest, for RBS Citizens, NA, Goldstein guides a team of sales officers responsible for marketing services to companies throughout the Midwest. His nearly 20 years of experience in all levels of financial services allows him to communicate effectively as a leader with colleagues and staff.

“A leader is someone who has strong beliefs, is able to articulate and act on those beliefs, and is held accountable for the results,” he says.

Goldstein shares his views of the interna­tional marketplace and business world with Bryant students during regular visits to campus. He also gives back to his alma mater as president of the National Alumni Council and through a significant gift to the Fisher Student Center.

Despite his young age, he recently pro­vided for Bryant in his will, making him a member of Bryant’s 1863 Society. Named in recognition of the year of Bryant’s founding, the 1863 Society honors individuals who have provided for Bryant through their estate plan or a life income gift. A bequest that makes Bryant part of your legacy is an ideal way to make a difference in the lives of generations of future Bryant students.

“Giving back to Bryant in a variety of ways benefits us all,” says Goldstein. “Every time we help a student find an internship or a job, volunteer our time, or contribute, these activi­ties in turn make our degrees more valuable.”


Originally published in the Winter 2014 edition of Bryant magazine