Inaugural MBA Boardroom Leadership Scholars Program Features Robert Kraft

On April 19th, 20 graduating Suffolk MBA students will get a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn valuable leadership lessons from Robert Kraft, Founder, Chairman and CEO of the Kraft Group Companies.

The students are members of the Suffolk MBA program’s inaugural Boardroom Leadership Scholars (BLS) Program, a unique initiative within the Sawyer Business School. Although the program is open to all graduating MBAs, only 20 students are selected each year as Boardroom Leadership Scholars.

Among the eligibility criteria, students must meet requirements for graduation, write a 500 word essay on what it takes to be a leader in today’s global business environment; and demonstrate leadership capability, skills and interest.

Each year the Suffolk MBA Program invites one nationally known business leader to serve as the Boardroom Leader. The annual BLS event features a keynote address and a Q&A session, which will enable the scholars to learn from the invaluable experiences of the boardroom leaders.

Mr. Robert Kraft, serving as Boardroom Leader, will meet with the 2007 Suffolk MBA Boardroom Leadership Scholars: 

Robert M. Correa, Michaela Costa, Keri Dattoli-McGloin, Derek J. Edmond, Katie Hayman, Geoffrey Jarok, Matthew F. Jordan, John Lawrence, Aaron W. Mace, Kimberly Matthews, Mathew A. Palmer, Daniela Popa, Mareana Ricci, Luiz Santos, Allyson Schneider, Gary M. Sheehan, Lee Sher, Nicholas St. Hillaire, Peter J. Talarico, Kuda Tawha