Although we cannot celebrate in person at the Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner, the Boston College community recognizes the outstanding achievements of the Class of 2021 Presidential Scholars.
To become a Presidential Scholar, one must not only possess outstanding academic and intellectual potential, but also be a person of great character and integrity. In their passion to make the world a better place, Presidential Scholars demonstrate their commitment to the Boston College mission.
We congratulate these 15 exceptional men and women on their graduation.
Meet the Class of 2021 Presidential Scholars
Jon and Mary Rather*
Mario Gabelli, Gabelli Funds, Gabelli Family Foundation*
Kenneth A. Giuriceo*
John P. Heffernan, J.H. Management Company*
Chris and Jane Hentemann ’90*
Peggy and Al Kelly*
Hugh and Patricia O’Kane Jr.
Steven and Tammy Barry
Geoff and Rene Boisi, Roundtable Investment Partners LLC*
Mark P. Boisi, Cushman & Wakefield*
Joseph and Jacqui Canney, Parents of Julia ’21*
William Clerico+ and Katey Sullivan-Clerico
The Grillo Family
Luke P. LaValle, Jr., American Capital Management, Inc.
Peter S. Lynch, The Lynch Foundation
Peggy and Gene McQuade
Hugh ’00 and Arianne O’Kane, John and Kim O’Kane ’06, Victoria ’06 and John Lamberth
Paula D. Polito, UBS Wealth Management*
Steve and Nancy Vincent*
* Denotes members of the Wall Street Council Executive Committee
^ Denotes members of the Young Alumni Committee
+ Denotes alumni of the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program
We hope to see you at next year’s Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner,
Thursday, April 21, 2022!