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

Your Impact on Tomorrow’s Leaders
Your generosity provides merit scholarships for Presidential Scholars, who represent the top one percent of the national applicant pool. They are competitively selected by BC based on their potential to emerge as our future leaders.

Please consider investing in tomorrow’s leaders by contributing to the Wall Street Council Scholarship Fund today.

Many thanks to our 2021 Benefactors
Founders
$250,000

Jon and Mary Rather*

Chairs

$50,000+

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.

Vice Chairs

$25,000+

Steven and Tammy Barry
Geoff Bible*
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
John Fish
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*
Jonathan Serko*
Steve and Nancy Vincent*

Sponsors
$10,000+
Richard + and Carolyn Aberman, WePay
Joan and Henry Barry
Michael H. Devlin II, Curragh Capital Partners*
Vincent P. Gianatasio, Investors Strategy Corporation
Susan and Lawrence Gianinno
Andrea L. Lisher*
Ian B. MacTaggart*
Richard A. Jacobsen, Esq ’99, LAW’03
Ian and Chrissy MacTaggart, Brynwood Partners*
T.J. Maloney, Lincolnshire Management
Heather K. Miner*
Maureen and David O’Connor and Family
Keith A. Wargo*
Grace C. Zuncic*
Contributors
Matthew G. Alonsozana+
Harrison C. Bacon+
Elizabeth B. Baker+
Edward T. Barnaby+
Craig J. Belcastro
Bryan P. Boisi^
Andrew M. Boyce+
Michael Brill^
Turner+ and Allison Buford
Marielle K. Bush^
Sandra R. Cabalu+
Mary K. Cahill+
Stephen R. Calme+
Andrew T. Cammon+
Frances F. Chedid
Katherine J. Davis+
Kathleen M. Day
Christopher J. Dearwester^
Christine M. DiBlasi+
Josephine A. Fair
Michael E. Feroli
Alison G. Finck
Ann R. Finck
Leah T. Frome
Francis D. Gannon
Morgan A. Guthrie
Kathryn E. Goettl+
Meagan M. Gonzalez+
Marie-Liliane J. Haub^
Caitlin P. Hawkins+
John P. Hefferon
Julia M. Ho^
Michael G. Hurley+
Jeffrey J. Jonas+
Michelle A. Knight+
Joseph M. Kopilak
Regina A. Lennox+
Victoria H. Luu+
Thomas J. Majdanski^
David B. Makransky+
Brooke M. Mayne^
Meghan D. McCarthy
Kelly M. McCartney+
Kevin J. McLaughlin*
Christopher D. Mellor+
Lucy O. Methven+
Mary S. Morrissey
Mark C. Mulcahy^
Connor B. Murphy+
Mark L. Noferi+
Dawn M. O’Brien+
Michael J. O’Leary
Kathryn M. Balch O’Neill*
Mary K. O’Neill^
Jose A. Perez^+
Jack and Lindsay+ Philbin
Sarah E. Pitlyk+
William J. Pyle+
Gregory Pidgeon^ and Brianne Lynch
Claudio J. Quintana+
Andrew R. Rivera+
Mikaela E. Rix
Edwin C. Roseberry
Russell A. Simons
Jeanne N. Skaras
Kevin A. Smart*
Katherine M. Sogolow+
Riley A. Soward
Suzanne D. Sweeney^
Nicole E. Taylor+
Paul A. Taylor+
Jennifer L. Theiss*
Perren M. Thomas^
Emma Thompson
Taylor K. Tinmouth+
Hagop M. Toghramadjian+
Thomas C. Toghramadjian+
Christopher K. Yu+
Joseph W. Zabinski+
Liliana Zeolla

* Denotes members of the Wall Street Council Executive Committee
^ Denotes members of the Young Alumni Committee
+ Denotes alumni of the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program

About the Wall Street Council
The Boston College Wall Street Council is a formal network of BC alumni, parents, and friends in the financial profession. Its leadership includes the Wall Street Council Executive Committee, as well as the Wall Street Council Young Alumni Committee. The Council provides members of BC’s broader business community with the opportunity to strengthen their connection with the University and each other through premier programming and networking opportunities. To learn more about getting involved, visit bc.edu/wsc.

We hope to see you at next year’s Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner,
Thursday, April 21, 2022!

 

Friday, September 24, 2021

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8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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Family Weekend Welcome Center

Meet other BC families, enjoy light refreshments and plan your itinerary for the weekend. The Family Weekend information table will have maps and other materials to guide your campus visit.
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Various locations

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Deans’ Open Houses

Get updates on undergraduate life and the latest developments across BC’s schools directly from their leadership during these informal discussions.
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Margot Connell Recreation Center

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Student Affairs and Academic Advising Open House

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2:30–3:45 p.m.

Robsham Theater

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Keynote Address

Hear from senior University leadership about what’s happening at the Heights and all the outstanding developments the upcoming year will bring.
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Robsham Theater

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President’s Address

University President William P. Leahy, S.J., delivers an address on the University’s historic past, transformative present, and exciting future. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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8:00–10:00 p.m.

Conte Forum

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Pops on the Heights: The Barbara and Jim Cleary Scholarship Gala Tickets required(SOLD OUT)

Cap Friday night in style at this beloved celebration to support student financial aid at Boston College. The 29th annual gala features music from the Boston Pops Orchestra, a special guest artist, and outstanding BC student performers! Doors open at 6 p.m.

Saturday, September 25, 2021

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Alumni Stadium

BC vs. Missouri Football Game; Alumni StadiumTickets required

Break out your BC Superfan gear to cheer on our Eagles to victory against Mizzou. Secure your seats now!

If your student has season football tickets (Gold Pass), you do not need to buy a ticket for them. However, you will be seated in separate sections.

Sunday, September 26, 2021

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Conte Forum

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Family Liturgy

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Farewell Breakfast

Relive the joys of the weekend over a light continental breakfast with fellow BC families.

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