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Deirdre Sartorelli

Director, Angle Center for Entrepreneurship

"We have a vibrant, healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem here at Endicott and I am fortunate to be able to guide it through this growth stage!", she recently commented. "Where else on the North Shore can you leverage such exciting work being done in life sciences, technology, design and cutting-edge business thought?"

A senior sales executive with a background in Fortune 100, private equity and start-up businesses, Deirdre specializes in accelerating and growing measurable economic results through increased market and revenue share.

Active in higher education in Massachusetts, she served on the Board of Trustees at Salem State University both as a member and its Chair and currently serves on its Foundation. She also works part-time with current and future business leaders by teaching graduate entrepreneurial and executive studies at Endicott College’s Van Loan School.

Ms. Sartorelli received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Salem State University in 1983, a Masters of Business Administration in 1985 from Bentley University and her Ph.D in Business Administration from California Coast University in 2001. She is also a graduate of Stanford University's Professional Development for Entrepreneurs program.


Rachele Stein

Graduate Assistant, Angle Center for Entrepreneurship

Rachele graduated from Endicott College with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, following her graduation she earned her Registered Nurse license. Throughout her undergraduate degree Rachele rowed for the Endicott College women's crew team, culminating as captain during her senior year. She also spent three years with Residence Life as a resident assistant. 

Currently Rachele is in the process of completing a Master of Business Administration at Endicott College.