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Meaghan O'Brien is an undergraduate student in the Manning School of Business. She will be graduating in May 2021 with a degree in Business Administration, having concentrations in Management and Marketing and a minor in Disability Studies. Meaghan was the first BEST Scholar for the Donahue Center and performed comparative market research to assist in the formation of the center. Since then Meaghan has continued to work with the center, assisting in academic research projects and center related events and activities. Meaghan also works in the Dean’s Office as an office assistant and as a Social Media Assistant for a local mortgage broker. After graduation, Meaghan will continue her studies to obtain her Master’s and will look into Ph.D. programs or full time employment from there. Meaghan is currently also serving as a Board Member for the Massachusetts Architectural Access Board and volunteers donating handmade masks and working with the local food pantry.
Abby McNulty started working with the Donahue Ethics Center in the Spring of 2019 and worked there until Summer of 2020. A lot of her work concerned research regarding the Columbia Gas Pipeline Explosions in Merrimack Valley. Before graduating in May of 2020 with a degree in Business Administration, a big interest of hers was the role of ethics in corporations and how they affected regulations. She really enjoyed her experience with the Donahue Center because she learned how to triangulate sources, professionally present a case study, and made great connections while doing so!
Katelyn Hasenstab is an undergraduate student in the Manning School of Business, majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Analytics and Operations Management and International Business. She is graduating in May 2021 and will be working full time as a Business Analyst while also pursing her MBA. Katelyn was a BEST Scholar from 2019-2020 with the research purpose of advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Industry Collaboration with the United Nations Office of Drug and Crime (UNODC). She has continued her research and has continued to work with the Donahue Ethics Center. Katelyn is the Vice President of Joy Tong Women in Business, a member of ODK honors society, and is on the board for Manning Leader’s Council.
Evelyn Wu is a sophomore graduating in May 2023 with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She is the Manning BEST Scholar for the 2020-2021 academic year. So far, she has been collecting data regarding the sale of Columbia Gas to Eversource, which is a small portion of the huge case study the Ethics Center has taken on.