Lianne O'Reilly

Senior Program Coordinator

Lianne O

Lianne joined the Feld Center as a Senior Program Coordinator in May 2018, after earning her BA in Political Science with a minor in Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies from BU.  Lianne is responsible for greeting and engaging with students, employers, alumni, and internal partners who visit the office.  She manages the office administration, oversees the financials, supports marketing and communication efforts and supervises student employees. As an undergrad, Lianne held multiple research and professional positions, including interning for the ACLU. Lianne is on her way to becoming a triple terrier, as she is pursing a Masters of Social Work and Masters of Public Health at BU. Outside of work, Lianne enjoys finding the best coffee shops in Boston, reading, and visiting her cat, Hermione, in New York.

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Macy’s, Costco, Trader Joe’s, Zappos Approaching Return Of Retail From Many Angles

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Written by Warren Shoulberg

Most big American retailers have been shut down tight for more than six weeks. They closed in a seemingly random order across the country, leaving open only stores selling essential goods—like supermarkets, drug stores and discounters with household …

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How consumer-goods companies can prepare for the next normal

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Written by Raphael Buck, Tracy Francis, Eldon Little, Jessica Moulton, and Samantha Phillips

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the globe, threatening both lives and livelihoods, consumer-packaged-goods (CPG) manufacturers continue to play an important role: producing essential items we all rely on …

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Peloton profits from home workouts

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Written by Jessica Hartogs

The fitness industry — which employs some 800,000 workers in the U.S. — has been among the hardest hit in the pandemic. Yet stationary bike maker Peloton may be among the few businesses profiting from the lockdown. Aided …

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‘No free lunch’ as tech perks dry up

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Written by Andrew Murfett

If anything defined Silicon Valley culture before the pandemic, it was collaboration. But when tech employees eventually filter back to their campuses — likely in staggered shifts — it’s probable that the communal spaces which fostered that culture …

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