CHAPTER ADVISORS

Our Psi Lambda Chapter is fortunate to have such talented and skillful individuals to help contribute to our growing and successful organization.

Thank you to all our Chapter and Faculty Advisors!

MARYELLEN RYAN

Faculty Advisor



MaryEllen Ryan is a Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Services at Bentley University and the dedicated career advisor for Finance and Corporate Finance & Accounting (Finance-Focus) Majors.

Ryan has over 14 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining the Undergraduate Career Services team, she was a Private Client Relationship Advisor with Brown Advisory, an independent investment firm with approximately $46 billion in assets under management. She has extensive experience working with multi-generational families to address a wide variety of wealth management needs, including day-to-day account management, estate planning, and tax planning.

Ryan has a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College and MBA from Boston College. She looks forward to combining her financial services experience with her commitment to education to help students evaluate their skills sets and interests and find a rewarding career path.
ALLEN CHIU

Chapter Advisor



Allen was born in Lexington, Massachusetts, but he currently resides in Boston. As a graduate of Class of 2014, Allen earned his bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Bentley University. Currently, he works at Tufts Health Plan as a Senior Auditor. He was appointed to become the Chapter Advisor for Psi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi at Bentley University in the fall of 2017 (to present). The reason why he wanted to become a chapter advisor was:

“During college Alpha Kappa Psi was a huge part of my life and helped shape a lot of who I am now. When I was a senior about to graduate I didn't have much figured out in terms of post college life but I knew I wanted to stay involved with Alpha Kappa Psi. It only felt right that I work to give back to the same organization that gave me so much, in hopes that younger brothers will benefit just as much (if not more) as I did from the fraternity. I expressed my interest and it just so happened that there was an open position for a Chapter Advisor which I gladly accepted.”

Allen also spends his free time exploring new technology, catching up on his favorite shows, meeting up with friends and taking short travel trips. As a fun fact, he once raced go karts on the streets of Tokyo!