Date & Time
Thursday, April 6, 2017
11:00 pm - 1:00 am
Please be aware that this event has passed.
As you’ve no doubt heard, when it comes to the job hunt, it’s not what you know, it’s who. Our GC alumni find great jobs, both inside and outside the academy. These are people you should know.
On April 6, you can meet nine of them in small group settings at our Alumni Mentoring Roundtable, where you will have an opportunity to ask them about how they started out in their career, get tips about how you might do the same, and find out what they like and find challenging about their jobs.
Group discussions will be informal and interactive, giving students a chance to ask lots of questions. Each student will be paired with potential mentors for three small, rotating group discussions (four-six students) lasting 20-25 minutes each, giving students the chance to chat with alum from three different fields. The last 30 minutes will be an open networking session.
Karen Altfest (History, 1979)
Principal Advisor and EVP of Client Relations, Altfest Personal Wealth Management
Yi Chen (Biochemistry, 2007)
Managing Director, Equity Research, H.C. Wainwright & Co., LLC
Michael Conn (Environmental Psychology, 2000)
Independent Consultant – Research, Evaluation & Planning
Subir Dhamoon (Mathematics, 2013)
Bank Examiner, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Saul Fisher (Philosophy, 1997)
Executive Director for Grants and Academic Initiatives
Professor of Philosophy, Mercy College
SVP Global Partnerships, New York Academy of Sciences
Jerry Kestenbaum (Clinical Psychology, 1983)
Founder & CEO, BuildingLink.com
Henry (Hengyong) Mo (Economics, 2007)
Managing Director and Chief Economist, AIG
Ray Quinlan (Economics, 2007)
Chairman & CEO, Sallie Mae
Marilyn Puder York (Clinical Psychology, 1977)
Psychologist, Executive Coach
Alexandria A. Wise (Biology, 2011)
Science Medical Liaison, Sanofi-Genzyme
Ying Zhou (Business, 1995)
Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers