She's built a successful international career upon a solid Bryant foundation of undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, business, and entrepreneurship.
The chance to develop his own company came after inroads at EDS and Leo Burnett as an “intrapreneur.”
“The biggest thing I’ve learned is that I don’t know anything,” he says. “It’s important to have the ability to adapt and to put your ego aside.”
“Investors like shiny things,” she says, “but you need to be able to read a profit and loss statement and be a problem solver.”
“Bryant’s business focus made it unusual back in the day. Today, it benefits from that heritage,” says the co-founder of PSG Global Solutions, an offshore recruiting company.
A lesson learned at Bryant still resonates: “Commodities equals death.” He stepped away from commodities and founded Vermont Butcher Block & Board.
Before he was 23, this sociology major had established a business with more than 200 clients; it's now one of Connecticut's leading e-design studios.
"Bryant awakened me to a professional career that became my life’s work," says this award-winning professor of accountancy at the University of Notre Dame.
A senior partner at PwC Canada, she considers the relationship-building skills learned early in her childhood and further developed at Bryant as the key to her success.
Sandra Enos, Ph.D., professor of Sociology and Service Learning, is being honored this month in a photo exhibition of "Rhode Island Women of Distinction."
Students pursuing Bryant's Bachelor of Science in Biology engage in a program with two unique and defining features: intensive real-world experience and extensive real-time mentoring.
Bryant University’s Office of Alumni Engagement announces seven recipients of Alumni Achievement Awards for 2014.