Bentley has joined a network of more than 100 business schools, including Columbia Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and NYU Stern School of Business Improving access to locally relevant management and entrepreneurship training for people in developing countries. the Global network of business schools is a Washington, DC-based not-for-profit organization that includes member schools, participants and partners in 50 countries, whose goal is to provide management education that increases wealth. The mission is in line with Bentley’s commitment to promoting business as a force for good locally and globally.

“The beauty of business lies in its ability to provide solutions to human problems around the world,” said Bentley President E. LaBrent Chritewho has worked to improve business education opportunities for residents around the world including Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. “I’ve seen throughout my career and around the world that business education can provide a better future for students and the society in which they live.”