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In the 2320s decade, she was a student at Stamford University, and during that time, briefly dated Starfleet Academy Cadet David Gold. The two ended their romantic relationship after a short time, but remained on friendly terms. (SCE eBook: The Art of the Deal)
By the 2370s, she had founded the Bennett Corporation, headquartered on Tau Ophiucus, and become one of the most successful business leaders in the Alpha Quadrant. (SCE eBook: The Art of the Deal; CoE eBook: The Art of the Comeback)
In 2376, she was in negotiations with fellow business leader Rod Portlyn to become partners in a planet-wide resort on planet Rando III. She re-encountered Gold during this time, while the Starfleet Corps of Engineers was aiding Portlyn in his development of Vemlar. Shortly after, Gold shared with Bennett recent discoveries of Portlyn's unethical business practices. Bennett was able to use this information to purchase loans Portlyn had taken from his creditors, and thus seizing control of nearly half of Portlyn's financial empire, including all his worlds in the Norvel system. (SCE eBook: The Art of the Deal)
Shortly afterward, Bennett changed her will, naming David Gold as the executor of her estate. Her will also dictated most of her personal fortune was to be left to various charities, while business decisions were left largely to Gold. (CoE eBook: The Art of the Comeback)
In early 2377, Bennett visited a Starfleet project her corporation was supplying, and was reunited with David Gold. During this meeting, she propositioned Gold, who happened to observing his wedding anniversary. After Gold rejected her advances, she immediately returned to Tau Ophiucus. There, she was accosted by Rod Portlyn, who was then in possession of a powerful piece of ancient alien technology he'd dubbed "the Zapper." With this device, Portlyn transported Bennett to an alternate dimension, where she was kept in a dreamlike state of suspension for several days. Portlyn also forged a suicide note from Bennett, and though no body was found, Bennett was presumed dead. Captain Montgomery Scott managed to reverse the effect of the "Zapper," returning Bennett to regular space. After apologizing to Gold for her earlier inappropriate proposal, she inquired as to whether Scotty was romantically available. (CoE eBook: The Art of the Comeback)