A Volunteer Story
march 3, 2008

Ken Michel '68
Ken Michel ’68.

VOLUNTEER: Ken Michel ’68, managing director, 
Michel Associates, Ltd. Boston

HOW: Now in his third year serving as chair of the Stonehill College Fund, which raised a record $1.3 million last year, Ken also serves as a class agent.

IMPACT: Ken uses his leadership skills and business acumen to educate all alumni about the importance of contributing to Stonehill and why they should maintain a lifelong relationship with the College.

WHY I VOLUNTEER: “Stonehill gave me a chance to get an education when I didn’t have the money to do it myself. It gave me the educational foundation that allowed me to lead a productive life. I feel as though I never left Stonehill and I enjoy seeing through the eyes of young alumni just how far Stonehill has come and why it is more critical than ever to give back to our alma mater.”


Naming Opportunities
For those who wish to honor a family member, pay tribute to a friend, or commemorate someone who inspired you, there are many permanent naming opportunities for facilities, scholarships, and endowments.

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