Our alumni go on to do great things. They have created companies, given back to their communities, and made their mark in business, the arts and civic spheres. Learn about just a few notable alumni by scrolling down or downloading the most recent brochure.
Rich Miner co-founded Android, and joined google when they acquired the mobile platform company. He now leads the Google Ventures' East Coast investment team, looking for bright and innovative startups to invest in. Miner received his BS, MS and PhD from UMass Lowell.
Chevenee Reavis was a dual enrollment student at Mount Wachusett, an experience she calls "a pivotal opportunity in her life." She is now Director of Strategic Initiatives and Global Advocacy for Water.org, an organization co-founded by actor Matt Damon that provides access to safe water and sanitation throughout Africa, South Asia and Central America.
Francisco Urena, a 2009 graduate of Northern Essex Community College and former commissioner of veterans’ services for Boston, was recently named Secretary of Veterans Affairs by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker. He received his bachelor’s from UMass Lowell.
Best known for playing Piper Chapman's eccentric, overbearing sister-in-law Neri Feldman on Netflix's Orange is the New Black, Tracee Chimo earned her bachelor of fine arts (BFA) from Salem State in 2001.
Sheri McCoy started as a scientist in research and development at Johnson & Johnson. During her 30-year career there, she worked her way up to worldwide chairman of the Pharmaceutical Group and head of Johnson & Johnson's Consumer business. She is now CEO of Avon and ranks #27 on Fortune Magazine's "50 Most Powerful Women in Business."
Dr. Sami Noujaim directs the Noujaim Laboratory at the Molecular Cardiology Research Institute at Tufts Medical Center, and teaches medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine. He said, “BHCC was my earliest exposure to the fact that when you put your mind to something and work hard you can achieve it.”
President & CEO, Microtest Laboratories in Agawam, Mass.
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) 2002 Songwriter of the Year
Assitant Professor, University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine
Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
President, Omni Hotels & Resorts
Director of Research and Development, Dunkin' Donuts
Founder, Life is Good
Commissioner, New York City Police Department