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Morocco to enter Babson MBA program in entrepreneurship
Jaime Morocco, daughter of Daniel Morocco and Toby Lazerson, has been accepted into the Babson MBA program in entrepreneurship.
Morocco graduated from Andover High School in 2005 and was accepted into the business school, entrepreneur program at Suffolk University. While at Suffolk, she won numerous awards and scholarships for outstanding academic performance. She graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in 2009.
After working at the Bostonian Hotel for a year, she became a personal trainer and eventually a lead trainer at a fitness studio on Newbury Street in Boston for almost two years. Prior to applying to graduate school she was employed at Nordstrum at the Natick Mall.
Morocco applied to the MBA programs at Suffolk, Bentley and Babson. She was accepted into all three programs and decided that the Babson program best suited her goals, according to the family. She will enter Babson's one-year MBA program in entrepreneurship at the end of this month.
Phi Beta Kappa for Cabaret-Salameh
Zoe Cabaret-Salameh, daughter of Pascale Cabaret-Salameh and Franck Salameh of Andover, will be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on May 11.
Phi Beta Kappa honors recent graduates and current juniors and seniors who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement in the humanities and fine arts, natural sciences and mathematics, and social and behavioral sciences.
Founded in 1776, it is the a prestigious national honor society recognizing excellence at the undergraduate level. The chapter at the university was founded in 1963.