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Congratulations to the Class of 2016! Leading up to our 228th Commencement, join us as we celebrate their many accomplishments. Learn some of their stories and why Becker graduates can proudly proclaim, “We Are the Change!” Share these stories on social media using the hashtags* #WeAretheChange and #Classof2016, talk them up on campus and at home, and help us to celebrate each and every member of the Class of 2016.
Samantha Caouette ’16 wants to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. A psychology major, concentrating in forensic psychology, she is fascinated by true crime stories. Her goal is to raise awareness of mental illness, stemming from watching family and friends struggle with mental illness.
Breanna Cuchara ’16 is making Becker College proud and helping to combat the widespread opioid drug abuse problem facing New England by bringing awareness to the issue, even before the completion of her degree.
Amelia Karayianis ’16 is the embodiment of Becker College’s mission to provide a transformational experience that prepares graduates to thrive, contribute to, and lead in a global society. Karayianis will be in the first cohort to graduate with this degree.
Matteo Lanteri ’16 was born in France but spent most of his life in Italy. He also holds a degree in graphic design from Universita Iuav di Venezia in Venice, and has been able to apply credits from that previous college experience toward his degree at Becker.
Brittan Morris ’16 is a huge sports fanatic who has learned as a Becker College student-athlete, sports management major, and Business Leadership program participant that sports and business often go hand-in-hand.
Kerry Saltvick ’16 has always been determined to raise herself up out of poverty, have a fulfilling and rewarding college experience, and honor her love of Japan. Through hard work and the generosity of others, she has been able to achieve it all.
Ishan Sejwal ’16 found an internship at the nonprofit Preservation Worcester, where he worked as a lead artist on a game called PRESERVE!, in which players learn about the historic buildings in Worcester and work to preserve them.