Jason Wenig (MBA '94) defines himself as more artist than mechanic, explaining, “Imagine instead that I’m an art historian asked to restore a long-lost Picasso before it hangs in the Louvre. That gives you a better sense of what we do.”
Hiba Sharief ('01) serves as vice president of information technology at Oportun, a Silicon Valley–based financial technology company that provides affordable loans to individuals with little or no credit.
From modeling to social media, television reporting to activism, alumna Tsvetta Kaleynska (EMPA '15) keeps herself busy with a variety of professional and personal pursuits.
Hailed as the world’s first ever “Chief Risk Officer,” James C. Lam (’83) is a man of many talents. He was recently recognized in the 2017 NACD Directorship 100 as one of the most influential directors in the boardroom community.
[dropcap sid="dropcap-1446585320"]I[/dropcap]t’s been a whirlwind career for Carlos Dos Santos, who has represented his native Mozambique in such locations as the United Kingdom, Germany, Zimbabwe, Washington, D.C., and New York City. “All of my postings have been of great importance to my country,” says Mr. Dos Santos, a career diplomat who currently serves as Mozambique’s … Continue reading Everywhere Man
Paul Orbe (MPA '00), who teaches high school and college-level biology and chemistry in New Jersey, was one of 17 educators from around the world chosen to conduct research alongside Dr. Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the shipwrecked Titanic in 1985.
Harbani Rana ('07) is a trustee of the U.S. chapter of Butterflies, an international nonprofit dedicated to promoting education, skill development, and the overall health of Delhi’s street and working children.
Yuh-Line Niou (MPA '11) knows a secret about government: It enables every citizen to make a difference. Read more about this energetic assemblymember.
Some people find love in the strangest places. In the case of Baruch alumni Janet (’82) and Wayne Naegele (’82), that unlikely place was the Accounting Society.
Joe Silberberg ('45) looks back fondly on his student days at Baruch, especially his time in the "Rhythmaires," a student singing group that performed in shows and rallies. Silberberg recently shared his memories, printed below, detailing the founding of the group and recalling a memorable time they encountered none other than Frank Sinatra. During the … Continue reading They’ve Got Rhythm!