Jenna Bellini is a freshman majoring in Business Management in the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. She is from New York, and thoroughly fits the stereotype of the typical headstrong New Yorker who sets her mind on something and then refuses to let anything stand in her way. She plans to eventually change the traditional American business model in a way that incorporates charitable aspects into the world of profits. Although people roll their eyes at hearing that plan, it makes her even more determined to make it happen just to prove them wrong.
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