A Selfie with Gov. Baker


Mass. Governor Charlie Baker, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, event chair Alison Quirk of State Street Corporation, Executive Director of Bottom Line Mass. Mike Wasserman, and 1,000 Boston-area community and business leaders joined national education nonprofit Bottom Line to host its 10th annual Get In, Graduate and Go Far Dinner, a fundraising event that helps underserved
Bay State students pursue and attain their goals of a college education and career on Thursday, April 9 at the Boston Convention Center.
(L-R): Andrew Phong of East Boston and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.
About Bottom Line – Massachusetts
Bottom Line was founded in Boston in 1997 to help disadvantaged students get in to college, graduate from college, and go far in life. What started as an organization supporting 25 Boston
high school seniors has grown to support more than 3,000 high school seniors and college students from Boston and Worcester, Massachusetts. With the launch of their offices in Worcester (2008), New York City (2010) and Chicago (2014), Bottom Line has become a national nonprofit that serves thousands of college students through its full-scale college retention program for low-income and first-generation urban students. With Bottom Line’s support, students across the country are earning college degrees, beginning successful careers, and raising themselves and their families out of poverty. Learn more at www.bottomline.org, @BottomLineMA and at facebook.com/bottomlineinc.

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