MHC Lynk and Summer Intern Welcome Reception

Red Fuse Communications: Town Hall Conference Room
18th Floor at 3 Columbus Circle, New York, New York
(Entrance on Broadway between 57th and 58th Streets)

June 20, 2017
6:30–8:30 p.m.

Below you will find the profiles of students who will be summer interns in New York, as well as profiles of alumnae who have registered for the evening networking reception. Stickers and name tags will be shared at the reception check-in table as an added feature for students to identify alumnae.

Questions? Contact Jonencia Wood, senior director of programs, at 413-538-2738 or email jwood@mtholyoke.edu.


Student Attendees:

Adwoa Aboah ’18
Major
: Economics
Minor
: Politics
Internship Site
: Permanent Mission of Ghana to the United Nations
Background/Interests
: Aboah is pursuing an economics major and politics minor at MHC and is currently unsure about her future plans but would love to work with development or in international relations in Africa. She is the cochair of Mount Holyoke’s African and Caribbean Organization and a member of Women in Business.

Edith Amoafoa-Smart ’19
Majors: International Relations and French
Minor: Law, Public Policy, and Human Rights
Internship Site: Permanent Mission of Ghana to the United Nations
Background/Interests: Amoafoa-Smart is a summer intern at the Permanent Mission of Ghana to the UN, where she conducts research for and shadows Ghana’s committee representatives at the various committees of the United Nations General Assembly. She is a member of MHC’s Model United Nations traveling team and hopes to pursue a legal career in public policy for international development.

Nicole Annunziata ’17
Majors: History and Africana Studies
Background/Interest: On campus Annunziata ran MHC’s chapter of the Roosevelt Institute, a progressive think tank that can be found on more than 150 college campuses, TA’d for an astronomy lab, worked as a research assistant for both history and Africana studies professors, and worked under departmental assistant Holly Sharac. Her academic interests span the Atlantic slave trade and African American history to contemporary politics. She is currently trying to find her footing in her native NY and hoping to find a postgrad job that can shed some light on how to pursue her numerous and seemingly disparate interests. Annunziata is hoping to pursue a dual degree in law and public policy.

Annys Bai ’17
Major: Economics
Minor: Chinese
Internship Site: Legal Outreach
Background/Interests: Bai will be in Yilan, Taiwan, next year teaching English on a Fulbright Fellowship. She is currently a college access intern at Legal Outreach, a nonprofit college-prep organization for students from underserved communities. She hopes to pursue a career in consulting to continue developing the skills needed to one day open her own educational nonprofit for girls. She welcomes any career or life advice from anyone who would like to impart some wisdom on her.

Abigail Baker ’19
Major: Politics
Minor: Journalism
Internship Site: Cork Independent
Background/Interests: Baker is interning at the Cork Independent, a weekly newspaper located in Cork, Ireland. She currently serves as the news editor for The Mount Holyoke News and volunteers as a teaching assistant for ESL classes at the Valley Opportunity Council in Chicopee, Massachusetts. She hopes to pursue a career in journalism, particularly focusing on areas of the world undergoing transitional justice.

Sarah Braverman ’17
Major: Environmental Studies
Minor: Sociology
Background/Interests: Braverman is working as director for Environment New York, a state-based project of a nationwide environmental nonprofit that defends policies that protect our air, water, and public lands. In September she will be moving to Israel to work as a trans-boundary water policy intern for the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies. At MHC, Braverman was a very active member of the Student Government Association and worked as a social justice peer educator.

Ionelee Brogna ’17
Major: English
Minor: Music
Background/Interests: Brogna is a recent graduate looking to make her way into the publishing industry. She has a particular passion for children’s books. Brogna was a member of the Jazz Ensembles of MHC, WMHC, Mount Holyoke Renegades, and spent many hours at the equestrian center. She misses Mount Holyoke already and has started keeping a jar of cookies in her kitchen for M & Cs.

Olivia Chandler ’19
Major: Dance Kinesiology
Background/Interests: Chandler was a summer intern with the Paul Taylor Dance Company in 2016. She had the opportunity to shadow the company’s physical therapist as well as assist in the office on fundraising efforts. As an intern, she participated in dance classes with PTDC. She will be studying abroad in New Zealand for the fall semester of 2017, continuing her study of dance and biology with an emphasis on kinesiology. She is a member of MHC’s dance and biology departments. She hopes to pursue a career in medicine utilizing her experience in dance to treat injury, pain, and recovery.

Xuefei Chen ’18
Majors: Computer Science and Psychology
Internship Site: Morgan Stanley
Background/Interests: Chen is interning at Morgan Stanley, NY, this summer. She is working in the wealth management technology division of the firm and sees the internship as an opportunity to help decide her career. She is interested in software development, education, and psychology. On campus, she is involved in Computer Science Society and Love Across the Coast, a student-run nonprofit educational organization engaged to alleviating educational inequalities in China.

Anna Cohen ’17
Major: East Asian Studies
Minor: Psychology
Background/Interests: During her time at MHC Cohen was a member of multiple student dance organizations, including the bhangra dance team. While in college she also studied Mandarin and spent a semester in Shanghai. She is now diving into the job search, seeking positions in social work or clinical psychology, as well as psychology research.

Lucinda Covington ’17

Major: Film Studies
Minor: Art History
Background/Interests: Covington moved to New York City to pursue a career in film and currently hostesses at Carbone. Outside of her work at the restaurant, she searches for film opportunities, particularly in production design. While at MHC she led French classes and developed an interest in merging her French background with her film studies. Covington served as a Harriet Newhall Fellow, representing the Office of Admission to prospective students, and she hopes to continue investing in the Mount Holyoke community.

Ranjini Das ’18
Major: Computer Science
Internship Site: Goldman Sachs
Background/Interests: Das is a summer analyst at Goldman Sachs, where she is interning in the technology division. She hopes to spend the summer learning more about computer science, business, and finding the best pizza in the city.

Maya Delany ’17
Major: American Studies
Minor: Film Studies
Background/Interests: Delany is a graduate with a self-designed major in American studies and a minor in film studies. She has a passion for activism and education through the arts, and is specifically interested in autobiographical and/or documentary film. During her time at MHC, Delany was involved in Amnesty International, both on and off campus, Undocumented Immigrant Alliance, and Asian American Students in Action. She is interested in creating content around racial justice and immigration issues, centering individual experiences. Additionally, Delany was also a photographer for The Mount Holyoke News, cochair of the Mount Holyoke Outing Club, and was a receptionist for the Speaking, Arguing, and Writing Center. She hopes to pursue a career that demands a balancing act between both creativity and efficiency.

Risha Dewan ’18
Majors: Economics and Politics
Internship Site: Fluent LLC
Background/Interests: Dewan is a summer intern with Fluent LLC, a Cogint company that focuses on using real-time interactions to create custom audiences and serve personalized ads that drive performance. She is a tour guide at MHC and is the publisher of The Mount Holyoke News. Upon graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in the healthcare consulting or marketing.

Qiran Dong ’19
Major: Mathematics
Minor: Computer Science
Internship Site: Mount Holyoke College Mathematics Department
Background/Interests: Dong is a summer student researcher with the mathematics department of MHC, working to create mathematical models for stochastic processes. She is a member of MHC’s English Hunter-Seat Riding Team. She hopes to pursue a career involving data analysis and computer sciences for frontier technological companies.

Saadia El Karfi ’17
Major: French
Minor: Economics

Zineb El Mechrafi ’18
Majors: Computer Science and Economics
Internship Site: Bank of America
Background/Interests: El Mechrafi is a rising senior who studies computer science and economics. She will intern at Bank of America and will be learning about product management. She co-directed a hackathon at MHC called HackHolyoke and is interested in coding for social good.

Allison Elliott ’18
Major: Gender Studies
Minor: Politics
Internship Site: Lesbian Herstory Archives
Background/Interests: Elliott is an archival intern at the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Park Slope. She is organizing banners that have been collected throughout the years at the archive and creating a catalogue for them. At MHC she has been a part of the radio and the Building Bridges: Trans and Queer People of Color Speaker Series. She’s not sure what career she hopes to pursue yet, but wants to relocate back to NYC post-graduation.

Ziyan “Jessica” Feng ’19
Majors: Computer Science and Math
Internship Site: Bank of America
Background/Interests: Feng is a summer intern with Bank of America’s Global Technology Summer Analyst Program. At MHC Feng is a member of the Hunt Seat equestrian team and enjoys learning Japanese. She hopes to experience the full-time role of applying academics to real-life situations throughout the summer.

Violet Fortier ’18

Major: English
Internship Site: Law Office of Rachel Einbund, PC
Background/Interests: Fortier is a rising senior pursuing an English major with plans to go to law school. This summer she is an intern for the Law Office of Rachel Einbund, PC, where she assists clients with marriage based green cards, family based immigration, and work visas. She serves as the president of the MHC Pre-Law Association, an organization senator in the Student Government Association, and big band coordinator for the Jazz Ensembles of MHC. Violet hopes to pursue a legal career in social justice and public policy.

Nyasha Franklin ’19
Majors: Anthropology and Africana Studies
Internship Site: Brooklyn Museum
Background/Interests: Franklin is a summer intern with the Brooklyn Museum, learning about how to create public programs that engage diverse audiences, while also appealing to local needs. At MHC she is part of APAU and MHACASA, and loves to participate in West African dance throughout the five colleges.

Ani Gelashvili ’18
Majors: Mathematics and Computer Science
Minor: Chinese
Internship Site: JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Background/Interests: Gelashvili is a global research summer intern at JPMorgan Chase & Co. She works in US RATES/SPG/MUNI research group. At MHC Gelashvili is a member of the Mathematical Modeling Club and competes in mathematical contests in modeling each year. She also studies Mandarin Chinese and studied at Peking University in Beijing last summer. She hopes to pursue a PhD in computer science after graduation and is interested in career in finance.

Sara Harda ’19
Majors: Computer Science and Anthropology
Internship Site: Arabella LLC
Background/Interests: Harda is a rising junior majoring in computer science and anthropology. She is a summer intern at Arabella LLC, a software and product development company that works with founders and corporations to turn ideas into products. On the weekends, she works as a digital products associate for Green America. She is the cofounder and president of E-nitiate, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting computer science education in Morocco. Harda hopes to pursue a career that is at the intersection between technology and social entrepreneurship.

Nyema Harris ’18
Major: Neuroscience
Minor: Chinese
Background/Interests: Harris is a rising senior. She is majoring in neuroscience, minoring in Chinese and hopes to become a veterinarian. She is president of the Pre-Vet Club and has studied abroad in Beijing for a semester.

Carmen Huang ’18
Majors: Anthropology and East Asian Studies
Internship Site: Museum of Chinese in America
Background/Interests: Huang is a summer intern at the Museum of Chinese in America. She studied abroad in Beijing this spring semester. She was a member of the MHC basketball team during her freshman year.

Sarah Hwang ’17
Majors: Art and Public Policy
Background/Interests: Hwang is an incoming management development trainee at McMaster Carr’s New Jersey office and is interested in pursuing an MBA and/or JD. She is currently serving as the head class agent for the 2017 class board.

Anjelica Jarrett ’17
Majors: International Relations and French
Background/Interests: Jarrett recently accepted an associate position in the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch. She is interested in human rights and social movements and intends to pursue her PhD in political science in the next few years.

Lia Kapanadze ’17
Majors: Economics and Italian
Minor: Global Business
Background/Interests: Kapanadze is a recent graduate from the Republic of Georgia. She just joined a consulting firm in New York as a business analyst.

Kenice Kenlock ’18

Majors: Biology and Spanish
Background/Interests: Kenlock is double majoring in biology and Spanish with the goal of completing her undergraduate experience in December. In light of this, she will be dedicating her summer to classes in order to fulfill her prerequisites for nursing school. Outside of her academics, Kenlock has served as web administrator, secretary, and, most recently, cochair of the Mount Holyoke African and Caribbean Student Association and as a peer career advisor at the CDC. Kenlock hopes to pursue a career as a neonatal or pediatric nurse.

Shruti Khullar ’18
Major: Economics
Minors: Sociology, Nexus in Data Science
Internship Site: FTI Consulting
Background/Interests: Khullar is a rising senior majoring in economics and minoring in sociology and data science at MHC. She is a summer intern at FTI Consulting’s strategic communications practice in their capital markets communications group. She is the chair of Women in Business on campus and the cochair of the Hindu student organization, SHRI. She hopes to pursue a career where she can continue to learn and lead, wherever that may be.

Millie Koong ’18
Major: Critical Social Thought
Minor: Art History
Internship Site: Asian American Arts Centre
Background/Interests: Koong is interning with the Asian American Arts Centre this summer, focusing on public art. She is chair of MHC’s Students of Color Committee and a cochair of C.A.U.S.E. (Creating Awareness and Unity for Social Equity). She doesn’t know what she wants to do in the future yet, but it will definitely involve being in the arts.

Elena Kraus ’19
Major: Geology
Background/Interests: Kraus is a geology student interested in physical geography/GIS. She has taken classes in oceanography, soil science, and environmental studies. She plays the clarinet and serves as a board member in the MHC orchestra. Kraus is spending her summer teaching children about geology as a volunteer at Garvies Point Preserve and hopes pursue graduate studies in Earth science.

Linnan Lin ’17
Major: Film
Minor: Music
Background/Interests: After graduation Lin decided to move to NYC to pursue film and music. She is also interested in working at a museum and joining the art community.

Ziyue Luo ’19
Majors: Art History and Economics
Background/Interests: Luo is an art history and economic double major. She is a summer intern with an art consulting group currently organizing an exhibition in Beijing. She is a member of the MHC dance team, RJ, and Five-College dance group, DBJ and DIAMOND. She is also a member of the MHC equestrian team. Luo is looking for an internship opportunity about business and finance.

Kamie Ma ’18
Major: English
Minor: Economics
Internship Site: Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou
Background/Interests: Ma is a summer intern for assembly member Yuh-Line Niou and focuses on writing memos and letters to constituents. She also participates in Amnesty International at MHC. In the future, Ma would like to pursue a career in law or journalism.

Aiza Malik ’18
Major: Biochemistry
Minor: Cultural Anthropology
Internship Site: Memorial Sloan Kettering
Background/Interests: Malik is a rising senior working on immunology research this summer at Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital, which specializes in cancer care. The ultimate goal of this research is to better understand cancer development. She is the cochair of MHC’s Scientista chapter, which works for women’s representation in STEM, and a member of MoZone, an initiative by the dean of students office to facilitate diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is considering epidemiology or medicine as possible future careers.

Alessandra Massa ’19
Major: Politics/Russian
Internship Site: A Graham Advisors
Background/Interests: Massa is a summer intern at A Graham Advisors, working for the manager of investor relations. Massa works with a family office and assists in raising capital for their originated deals, in addition to participating in a ten-week sophomore training program at Bank of America. On campus, Massa started an entrepreneurship club, is head of the MHC College Fed Challenge team, and is very active in the Russian department.

Srilekha Murthy ’19
Majors: Politics and French
Minor: Human Rights
Internship Site: World Policy Institute
Background/Interests: Murthy is a summer research assistant with the World Policy Institute, a non-governmental organization with a focus on bringing awareness and solutions to global issues. She is a member of the Roosevelt Institute and SHRI at MHC. She hopes to pursue a career in either academia or public service.

Natalia Naveed ’19
Major: International Relations
Minor: Journalism
Internship Site: United Nations Headquarters
Background/Interest: Naveed is a summer intern with the Pakistan Mission for the United Nations, who work toward creating awareness and key policy issues between the UN and Pakistan. She is a member of Kuch Karo Pakistani Students for Change on campus. She hopes to pursue a career in foreign policy and political journalism.

Kimberly Neil ’17
Major: Dance Ethnography
Internship Site: American Musical and Dramatic Academy
Backgrounds/Interests: Neil is a camp counselor for the summer arts conservatory at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA), an institution focusing on rigorous, performance-based training for high school and college students. She is a former member of MHRadix, the only independent news source on campus, and has written an article for Teen Vogue. Neil hopes to pursue a career in performing arts and eventually own her own dance company. Neil is also interested in fashion, marketing, and potentially attending graduate school to study clinical mental health counseling, performance studies, or applied psychology of fashion.

Malika Niazi ’19
Majors: Mathematics and Computer Science
Minors: German Studies and Economics
Internship Site: Bank of America Technology
Background/Interests: Niazi is a summer software engineering intern at Bank of America Technology. She is the cochair of MHC’s South Asian Student’s Association.

Demetria Osei-Tutu ’17
Major: English
Minor: Film Studies
Background/Interests: Osei-Tutu was a member of The Mount Holyoke News, WMHC, and The Odyssey, an online magazine. She hopes to pursue a career in entertainment journalism.

Caroline Ostrand ’20

Majors: Psychology and Political Science
Background/Interests: Ostrand has just finished her first year at Mount Holyoke and is currently doing research in the astronomy department with Darby Dyar. Although she is interested in political science and physics, she thinks she will most likely major in psychology. Specifically, Caroline hopes to specialize in social psychology, with a focus on differences in morality, group values, and group behavior.

Swexya Panta ’18
Majors: Politics and Economics
Internship Site: Stone Forest Capital LLC
Background/Interests: Panta is an international student from Nepal pursuing a double major with a core focus. She is a summer intern at Stone Forest Capital LLC, a value-based emerging markets hedge fund in Midtown. She is a member of the Nepali Students Organization and hopes to pursue a career that allows her to bring opportunities to the developing world through socially responsible investments.

Isoke Samuel ’18
Major: English
Minors: Journalism; Media Studies and Public Discourse
Internship Site: Well+Good
Background/Interests: Samuel is a summer intern at Well+Good, an online publication with a focus on wellness, fitness, and health. She is the vice president of the class of 2018 and involved in MHC dance. She hopes to pursue a career in fashion, publishing, or both.

Arielle Tait ’18
Majors: International Relations and Economics
Minor: Development Studies Nexus
Background/Interests: Tait is interning at a nonprofit startup that uses data analytics to help nonprofits optimize their fundraising techniques. In the past, she has worked for nonprofits Students for International Development (Toronto) and the Olive Branch for Children (Tanzania) as a project manager. Her business background involves a sales internship at Oxford University Press and a business director position with MHC’s FCMUN. At MHC she is director general of MUN, a member of the Jewish Student Union, and has served on the Ways and Means Committee. This past spring she was an exchange student at Columbia University. She hopes to pursue a career in nonprofit consulting or public administration.

Lindsay Theobald ’18
Major: English
Minors: French and Art History
Internship Site: Lesbian Herstory Archive
Background/Interests: Theobald is a summer intern at the Lesbian Herstory Archive, working with the international periodicals. At MHC, Theobald is the managing editor of layout for the newspaper. She is hoping to pursue a career in a gallery or museum setting.

Chloe Verducci ’17
Major: Neuroscience
Minor: English
Background/Interests: Verducci is a recent graduate. She will be spending the next two years at NYU Epilepsy and Neurology conducting clinical research. Verducci is passionate about the environment, reproductive rights, and food. She hopes to attend medical school in the next few years.

Sophia Verducci ’20
Majors: Statistics, Economics, and Pre-Law Track
Background/Interests: Verducci is a golfer on the MHC golf team. She is also an active member of the MHC Bedsider organization. Verducci hopes to pursue a career in finance and law. During the summer of 2016, she was the human resources and finance intern of WNG Inc., where she learned how to create and manage job advertisements with the job engine, Monster, as well as how to take care of billing and writing checks.

Beth Wagoner ’19
Majors: English and Politics
Minors: Law, Public Policy, and Human Rights
Internship Site: Kirkland and Ellis LLP
Background/Interests: Wagoner is a summer intern with Kirkland and Ellis LLP, an international law firm working in a number of practice areas. She is also working with the Indo-Caribbean alliance this summer on an outreach project meant to gather data on access to medical care in Indo-Caribbean communities and implement improvements based on the results. Wagoner is a SAW mentor at MHC and a member of the pre-law organization. She hopes to pursue a career in government and human rights advocacy, hopefully working in international policy or international law.

Siyu Xie ’18
Major: Economics
Minor: Mathematics
Internship Site: ABS

Sarzah Yeasmin ’17
Majors: Economics and Politics
Internship Site: UNICEF
Background/Interests: Yeasmin is a summer research intern with UNICEF’s data, policy, and research division. She is an executive member of MHC’s Student Government Association and American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). She hopes to pursue a career in human rights and international law.

Zoe Zelkowitz ’19
Majors: History and Economics
Background/Interests: Zelkowitz is doing preliminary research this summer that she hopes will eventually turn into a thesis on the slave economy in the US while also taking a class at John Jay College. At MHC she is a coxswain on the rowing team, a tour guide for the Office of Admission, and the treasurer for the Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra. During the fall semester, Zoe will be interning for the Walt Disney Company in Orlando, FL, as part of the Disney College Program. She hopes to pursue a career in business development and corporate strategy.

Anna Zheng ’18
Major: English
Internship Site: The Azara Group
Background/Interests: Zheng is a summer video and content intern with The Azara Group, a firm that provides negotiation, diversity, leadership, and strategy consulting services to a wide range of organizations and individuals. Zheng is a member of the MHC Student Government Executive Board. She is very interested in education policies and services and hopes to pursue a career in nonprofit and management consulting.

Alumnae Attendees:

Aderike Ajao ’16
Title: Analyst

Becky Bacheller ’06

Company: Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum
Title: Collections Technician

Susan Barber ’60
Company: Self-Employed
Title: Independent Contractor
Undergraduate Majors: French and Dramatic Arts
Secondary Educational Institution: Pine Manor College

Dana Barta ’04
Company: Morgan Stanley Co.
Title: Executive Director
Undergraduate Majors: Computer Science and Economics
Secondary Educational Institution: Columbia College

Katherine Sigda Bartholomaus ’68
Undergraduate Major: German
Other Degree: Library Science, University of Chicago

Lily Klebanoff Blake ’64
Undergraduate Major: History

Maya Boyle ’14
Company: Fiera Capital
Title: Marketing Analyst
Undergraduate Majors: Economics and International Relations

Danti Chen ’09
Company: CKM Advisors
Title: Data Scientist

Undergraduate Major: Physics
Other Degrees: Physics, Yale University

Elaine Cheung ’09
Company: New York City Council
Title: Chief of Staff
Undergraduate Major: History

Veronica DeJesus ’16
Company: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Title: Volunteer Research Assistant
Undergraduate Major: Biology

Macbeth Collier Derham ’85
Company: Aquinas Learning
Title: Mentor
Undergraduate Major: Biology

Galya Dimitrova ’04
Undergraduate Majors: Economics and German Studies
Secondary Educational Institution: Cottey College

Alice Dunaway ’16
Company: Weber Shandwick
Title: Assistant Account Executive
Undergraduate Major: Politics
Other Degree: Russian and Eurasian Studies, Columbia University

Grace Ehlers ’11
Company: Metropolis Magazine
Title: Director of Brand Strategy
Undergraduate Major: Art History

Elizabeth Brubacher Eiss ’77
Company: Pivot Global Partners
Title: Executive Consultant
Undergraduate Major: American Studies
Secondary Educational Institution: Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Eviana Englert ’09
Company: New York City Law Department
Title: Assistant Corporation Counsel
Undergraduate Major: Philosophy
Other Degree: Law, Vermont Law School

Erica Forrence ’01
Company: Fox Business Network
Title: Administrative Assistant
Undergraduate Major: Dance

Maria-Stella Fountoulakis ’99
Company: Halstead Property
Title: Read Estate Agent
Undergraduate Major: Women’s Studies
Other Degree: Education, CUNY City College

Emily Giglierano ’06
Company
: Mulholland Books
Title: Editor
Undergraduate Major: English

Jenifer Hill ’05
Company: Paramount Pictures
Title: Office Coordinator
Undergraduate Major: Psychology

Fiza Hussain ’15
Company: Capco
Title: Consultant

Sophie Jasinski ’12
Title: Recruiter
Undergraduate Major: English

Courtney Kaufman ’16
Company
: New York City Urban Debate League
Title: Program Manager
Undergraduate Majors: Art History and Computer Science

Laila Khan ’06
Company: AFS
Title: Director of Development
Undergraduate Major: English
Other Degree: English, University of Connecticut

Marcia Brumit Kropf ’67
Company: Self-Employed
Title: Consultant
Undergraduate Major: French
Other Degree: Education, New York University

Julia Labaton ’93
Company: RED PR
Title: President and Owner
Undergraduate Major: French

Emilija Landsbergis ’14
Undergraduate Major: Architectural Studies

Roshan Nozari Leslie ’09
Company: Comcast
Title: Product Marketing Manager

Corina Leu ’12
Company: Center for Reproductive Rights
Title: Senior Associate Institutional Giving
Undergraduate Major: International Relations

Dian Liu ’12
Jiaxin Liu ’08
Company: Cathay Capital Group
Title: Vice President
Undergraduate Major: Economics
Secondary Educational Institution: Yale University

Rebecca Love ’07
Company: PVH
Title: Tommy Hilfiger Brand Archivist
Undergraduate Major: Special Major
Secondary Educational Institution: New York University

Bridget Mahoney ’06
Company: High School for Environmental Studies
Title: Earth Science Teacher
Undergraduate Major: Geology
Other Degree: Counseling, Hunger College–CUNY

Bharati Manandhar ’15
Company: Impendi Analytics
Title: Business Analyst
Undergraduate Major: Economics

Abigail Marean ’02
Company: Kroll Inc.
Title: Associate Managing Director
Undergraduate Major: Anthropology

Pia Matthes ’14
Company: JPMorgan Chase Bank
Title: Analyst
Undergraduate Majors: Economics and German Studies

KC Maurer ’84
Company: The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Title: Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer
Undergraduate Majors: American Studies and History
Other Degrees: Finance, American University

Claudia Mazur ’16

Undergraduate Major: Geology
Other Degree: Earth Sciences, Boston University

Lia McCaffery ’13
Company: Crossmedia
Title: Marketplace Media Planner
Undergraduate Major: Anthropology

Gregg McCarty ’83
Company
: Vassar College
Title: Associate Director of Major Gifts

Avice Meehan ’77
Company: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Title: Senior Vice President/Chief Communications Officer
Undergraduate Major: English
Other Degree: Journalism, Columbia University

Mary Griffin Metz ’78

Nancy Ledogar Minett ’79
Company: Self-Employed
Title: Consultant
Undergraduate Major: English
Other Degree: Law, Catholic University of America

Burcu Betni Mirza ’98
Title: Homemaker
Undergraduate Majors: Economics and Mathematics

Holly Mitchell ’13
Company: Self-Employed
Title: Editor
Undergraduate Major: English
Other Degree: Creative Writing, New York University

Nazeela Nasseri ’12
Company: VICE Media
Title: Business Analytics Associate
Undergraduate Major: Critical Social Thought
Secondary Educational Institution: Duke University

Meredith Nelson ’11
Company: Pernod Ricard
Title: Experiential Marketing Manager
Undergraduate Majors: French and Gender Studies

Symone New ’10
Company
: Planned Parenthood
Title: Associate Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship
Undergraduate Major: Politics
Other Degree: Politics, Teachers College, Columbia University

Elizabeth O’Brien ’83
Company: Liz O’Brien Incorporated
Title: Art Dealer
Undergraduate Major: Economics

Liza Oestreich ’07

Company: Publicis Groupe
Title: Director of Technology and Operations
Undergraduate Majors: Psychology and Religion
Other Degree: Social Work, Simmons College

Oyinade Ogunbekun ’07
Undergraduate Major: Special Major
Secondary Educational Institution: Washington University

A Zin Oo ’06
Undergraduate Major: Biochemistry
Other Degree: Chemistry, University of Washington

Fatima Ouadif ’16
Company: Barclays
Title: Investment Banking Analyst
Other Degree: International Relations and Economics

Mason Patenaude ’09
Company: NYU School of Medicine
Title: Program Coordinator
Undergraduate Major: African American and African Studies
Other Degree: Social Work, Columbia University

Jeanmarie Petersen ’12
Company: Alaric Compliance Services
Title: Vice President of Compliance
Undergraduate Major: French
Secondary Educational Institution: Marymount College, NY

Valentina Petkova ’01
Company: Ernst & Young
Title: Media and Entertainment Analyst
Undergraduate Majors: Economics and International Relations
Secondary Educational Institution: American University Bulgaria

Stephanie Rainaud ’10
Company: Holland & Knight LLP
Title: Attorney
Undergraduate Major: History
Other Degree: Law, St. John’s University

Jessica Reid ’10
Company: Self-Employed
Title: Consultant
Undergraduate Major: Special Major
Secondary Educational Institution: New York University

Lynette Rizzo ’96
Company: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Title: Associate Director of Marketing
Undergraduate Majors: Dance and English
Other Degree: Performing Arts Management, New York University

Christine Roch ’96

Paulina Rojek ’12
Company: Haven Hill
Title: Media Manager
Undergraduate Majors: Chemistry and French
Other Degree: Sports Business, New York University

Barbara Rosen ’64
Undergraduate Major: Psychology
Other Degree: Psychology, Rutgers University–Newark

Susan Saxe ’77
Undergraduate Major: Mathematics

Norean Radke Sharpe ’82
Company: St. John’s University
Title: Dean and Professor
Undergraduate Majors: Mathematics and German
Other Degrees: Engineering, University of Virginia

Poh Choo Sim ’11
Company: Public Health Solutions
Title: WIC Vendor Liaison
Undergraduate Major: Asian Studies

Lindsay Steadman ’13
Company: Self-Employed
Title: Relationship and Intimacy Coach
Undergraduate Major: Psychology
Other Degree: Social Work, Columbia University

Laurel Stokes ’09
Company: Penguin Random House
Title: Client Support, Associate Manager
Undergraduate Major: Art History
Other Degree: Library Science, McGill University

Alexis Suib ’06
Company: Mosholu Montefiore Community Center
Title: College Bound Advisor
Undergraduate Major: African American and African Studies
Other Degree: Educational Studies, New York University

Gemma Tate ’04
Company: Human Resources Administration
Title: Administrative Assistant
Undergraduate Major: International Relations

Jean Taylor ’66
Undergraduate Major: Chemistry
Other Degree: Mathematics, Princeton University

Ahu Resimcioglu Terzi ’96
Company: Meredith Corporation
Title: Corporate Director

Emily Welch ’05
Company: Explore Schools
Title: Academic Coordinator
Undergraduate Major: Psychology
Secondary Educational Institution: Pace University

Gabrielle White ’06
Company: Davis & Gilbert
Title: Associate Attorney
Undergraduate Major: History
Other Degree: Law, University of Chicago

Clara Wong ’70
Company: Self-Employed
Undergraduate Major: Religion
Other Degree: Theology, Lutheran School of Theology

Cortney Koenig Worrall ’90
Company: National Parks Conservation Association
Title: Senior Regional Director
Undergraduate Major: Special Major
Other Degree: Pres-Med, Mills College

Grace Yoon ’07
Company: Smartasset
Title: Operations Manager
Undergraduate Major: International Relations
Other Degree: Law, Texas Tech University

Mingjia Zhang ’13
Company: BlackRock Incorporated
Title: Analyst
Undergraduate Majors: Computer Science and Mathematics
Other Degree: Engineering, Cornell University

Yukina Zhang ’13
Company: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Title: Research Associate
Undergraduate Major: Art History
Secondary Educational Institution: The Bard Graduate Center