CSH President and CEO Deborah De Santis was honored by her alma mater, Babson College of Wellesley, Massachusetts with an induction into the Alumni Entrepreneur Hall of Fame along with Accenture Chairman-CEO William D. Green.
As one of the country’s top business schools, U.S. News & World Report continues to rank Babson’s MBA program first in entrepreneurship, and the school has also received the highest rankings from the Financial Times and The Princeton Review. As a Babson graduate, Deb credited her placement in the Hall of Fame to the hard-working staff and funders of CSH, who she cited as “the real pioneers and entrepreneurs.”
When accepting her honor, Deb said of her staff, “They persevere through some of the toughest challenges because they know their efforts are changing lives and our communities. They are social entrepreneurs in every sense of the Babson tradition, constantly identifying and innovating to find new and better opportunities, resources and leadership to solve the many “people” problems associated with homelessness.”