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October 18, 2018

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Thursday, October 18, 2018

6:30 AM - 7:20 AM Wellness - Beginner/Intermediate Boot Camp
Boot Camp is a 50 minute, two day a week program designed to improve your cardio endurance, build strength and induce weight loss.  The personalized approach to group exercise makes the class fun and motivating in pursuit of results and your personal goals.  Instructor Craig Paris uses a variety of body weight exercises, resistance bands, agility drills, running, and plyometric training to activate multiple muscle groups and burn the maximum amount of calories during class. 

Please note that anyone participating in any of the Be Well@Babson programs must sign a waiver before beginning any program or activity.  Classes may fill up and are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.  All of the Be Well@Babson programs are limited to Babson staff and faculty only and there are no exceptions that can be made.
Babson Campus
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Wellness - Adult Cross Training (A.C.T)
Join Babson’s own Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for a training program which will heighten mental and physical fortitude through flexibility, balance, coordination, conditioning, strength, power and agility drills, exercises and routines.


Please note that anyone participating in any of the Be Well@Babson programs must sign a waiver before beginning any program or activity.  Classes may fill up and are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.  All of the Be Well@Babson programs are limited to Babson staff and faculty only and there are no exceptions that can be made.
Babson Campus
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Wellness - Cardio BarreBLAST

A high energy, no impact fitness class that combines work at the ballet barre with light weights to give you a continuous fat burning class. Toning and resistance exercises for the glutes, legs, torso, and arms will sculpt your muscles and elongate the appearance of your body to get you the body you've ALWAYS wanted!  All levels welcome.


Please note that anyone participating in any of the Be Well@Babson programs must sign a waiver before beginning any program or activity.  Classes may fill up and are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.  All of the Be Well@Babson programs are limited to Babson staff and faculty only and there are no exceptions that can be made.
Babson Campus
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Wellness - Meditation
This weekly meditation class will be led by Babson’s Meditation Instructor, Rick Landwehr, who will guide participants through a variety of accessible meditation techniques. These simple and direct practices cultivate relaxation, mindfulness, and basic wellbeing. By relaxing tension and opening to our sensory experience through these techniques, participants will learn new means of working with stress, difficult emotions, physical discomfort, and the challenges we encounter in our lives. This class is suitable for any experience level.

Please note that anyone participating in any of the Be Well@Babson programs must sign a waiver before beginning any program or activity.  Classes may fill up and are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.  All of the Be Well@Babson programs are limited to Babson staff and faculty only and there are no exceptions that can be made.
Babson Campus
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM CWEL Circles: From Entrepreneur to Venture Capital
CWEL Circles
Tough Questions | Straight Answers| Real Strategies 

Grab a seat and join the circle each Thursday with CWEL and our expert hosts, as we open up about men, women, and the workplace. Come with questions and leave with strategies to advance yourself, level-the-field, and lift others up, as you make your mark as an entrepreneurial leader. 

No registration required. All members of the Babson community welcome!

OCTOBER 18: From Entrepreneur to Venture Capital

Host: Catherine Friend White, MBA'86, Managing Director, Golden Seeds and Founder & Director, FinArc Investments Inc., Advisory Board Member, Stephen D. Cutler Center for Finance and Investments

Co-sponsored by the Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship. 

Celebrate Women's Entrepreneurship Week with Babson alumna, Catherine Friend White. As the Managing Director of Golden Seeds, an early stage investment firm focused on women-led businesses, and an entrepreneur herself, Catherine is no stranger to what it takes for women to succeed in the world of launching and investing in new ventures. Whether you are looking for tips on how to attract investors or for first-hand advice on how to leverage your entrepreneurial mindset to make your mark in the world of venture capital, you won’t want to miss this week’s Circle!

About Catherine Friend White

Catherine is an investor with Golden Seeds, a hybrid VC/angel investment group focused on women leaders. She mentors at Founder Institute and judges business plans at Goldman Sachs/Babson’s 10,000 Small Businesses, MIT’s Innovation Challenge, MassChallenge, among others.  She founded and was president of FinArc, LLC (www.finarc.com), a money management firm specializing in socially responsible investments.  Previously she was on the start-up team for International Heritage where she was a portfolio manager and limited partner of a growth and income mutual fund.  White is a director of FinArc Investments, Inc. and the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance at Babson College. 

She has an MBA from the F. W. Olin Graduate School of Management at Babson College and BA from Dickinson College.  

Date and Time: 
Thursday, October 18, 2018
4:30 - 6 p.m. 

Location:
Roger's Pub & Grille
Babson Wellesley Campus

Event Cost: This event is complimentary for all Babson Community members. No pre-registration is required.

View the full CWEL Circles calendar.


Contact Information:
Name: Valerie Paquette
Phone: 781-239-4522
Email: vpaquette@babson.edu


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Rogers pub
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM DIY T-Shirt Stenciling
Learn how to make a stencil and print your own T-shirt using freezer paper and fabric paint. No prior experience is required. RSVP by October 12 to reserve a shirt. Additional participants may be taken if space allows but may need to provide their own t-shirt. Workshops are open ONLY to current Babson, Olin, Wellesley students and Babson faculty and staff of all levels of experience.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
Babson Campus
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM Financing the Future: Policy & Finance for Good
Join us for this Financing the Future conversation, where we talk about the intersections of private sector development, economic policy, social innovation and social enterprise, design thinking and impact investing/social finance.
 
Conversation with C. Sara Minard, PhD, Chief Program Officer at College for Social Innovation


Learn more & register for this event



About Financing the Future

In the Financing the Future series, hosted in collaboration with The Cutler Center for Investments and Finance, we will explore the crucial role of capital in driving social progress.

How will we finance our future? What new financing mechanisms are being created? What role do large corporations, NGOs, government agencies, community foundations, family offices, philanthropists and investors play? What's working? What's needed?

Investing in social progress and managing societal dilemmas is complex and takes time. It requires a new understanding, new forms of collaborative relationships, innovative financing schemes, and the moral and financial courage to put capital where the highest ROI is recalibrated and recalculated to accelerate economic and social progress.

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