Profiles

Adjusting Our Bottom Line

Adjusting Our Bottom Line

Centenarian CPA Aaron Blecker (’36) Is New Oldest Baruch Alum

12/23/2014  |  No Comments

This alumnus from the class of 1936 contacted Baruch’s Office of Alumni Relations after reading the article about Miguel Cruz (’55), who was cited as the College’s and CUNY’s oldest alumnus. Blecker, born Jul. 27, 1911, is one week older than Cruz ...

CPA Bill Aiken (’63, MBA ’70)

CPA Bill Aiken (’63, MBA ’70)

On the African American Experience in Professional Accountancy

01/21/2015  |  No Comments

In honor of African American Heritage Month this February, read the story of CPA William (“Bill”) Aiken (’63, MBA ’70), who made and continues to make an impact on diversity in the world of public accounting ...

The Kleins of Baruch College

The Kleins of Baruch College

Three Generations of Baruchians Mean Business

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

When Bernard Klein (’49) enrolled at Baruch College in 1946, he had no idea he was starting a family tradition. Following the patriarch's example are son Sandy (’79) and grandsons Zachary (’10) and Brandon (’16) ...

At the Forefront of Technology, Business, and Diversity

At the Forefront of Technology, Business, and Diversity

Natalie Madeira Cofield Blends Skills for Maximum Impact

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

SPA grad was named Technology Diversity Evangelist of the Year by Google in 2013 ...

To Your Health

To Your Health

MBA in Healthcare Administration Alumni Lead Hospital

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

Award-winning area hospital benefits from the talents of two Baruch College graduates/administrators ...

The Journey of a Century

The Journey of a Century

Baruch's and CUNY's Oldest Alumnus Miguel Cruz (’55)

11/04/2014  |  No Comments

According to centenarian Miguel Cruz (’55), the ingredients of a long and happy life include a loving family, good friends, and staying busy ...

Centenarian Joseph Warren (’35)

Centenarian Joseph Warren (’35)

Undefeated Intercollegiate Wrestling Champion of the 1930s

11/05/2014  |  No Comments

From 1932 to 1935, this alumnus was the undefeated champion of the College’s then-thriving intercollegiate varsity wrestling squad and was the first CCNY/Baruch matman sent to the national collegiate championships ...

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

Old World Jewish Specialties Reinvented

04/07/2014  |  No Comments

Recognized by Forbes magazine in its "30 Under 30" list, Zicklin MBA candidate Elizabeth Alpern is an up-and-coming entrepreneur in the world of artisanal foods ...

Entering the World of Work

Entering the World of Work

In His Own Words—Jeffrey McClellan (’14) of Goldman Sachs

05/27/2014  |  No Comments

In July 2014, new BBA graduate Jeffrey McClellan starts his job at Goldman Sachs as a full-time analyst in the Human Capital Management division. In his own words, McClellan offers the backstory to what may seem like luck but was really hard work ...

Putting Her Best Foot Forward

Putting Her Best Foot Forward

Podiatrist Kelly Powers (’03)

06/12/2014  |  No Comments

This alumna credits her strong academic foundation and career success to the “challenging and well-rounded education” she received at Baruch ...