Teaming Up for Good

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Mark Epstein, E’10, MBA’11; Matthew Chase, S’10; and Marcus Moché, E’10

Marcus Moché, E’10; Mark Epstein, E’10, MBA’11; and Matthew Chase, S’10, say they’re in it together—for life. They arrived at Northeastern as strangers but shared a desire to experience an urban campus, engage with a diverse student body, and pursue life-changing co-ops.

The three became fast friends, bonding over their affinity for Northeastern athletics and the men’s ice hockey team. And together, they founded the university’s chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity and built a thriving social community on campus.

Today the friends have swapped classrooms and exams for stock tips and what Matthew calls their own “dangerous games of golf.” As they build their careers, all credit Northeastern for providing the foundation for their professional and personal successes.

Committed to supporting the university, Marcus, Mark, and Matthew have each named Northeastern as a beneficiary of their life insurance policies. This simple no-cost gift does not impact their current finances or lifestyle, but it ensures that future students have the resources to explore academic, global, and experiential education opportunities—just as they did.

Mark shares, “Our gifts allow us to stay connected to the university while enabling us to make an impact on students’ lives for the better.”



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