A proud Baruch alumnus, the Hon. Thomas F. Liotti shares his experiences from a trip to Cuba he took in February, 2016.
Justin Starrantino (’16), the captain of Baruch’s men’s soccer team and president of Baruch’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee, represented the College on the 10-day CUNY2Cuba Goodwill Tour last spring.
Charles Hwang (MBA ’15) was eager to land a job in forensic accounting, but he had one crucial question: How do I break through? The answer came courtesy of the Executives on Campus (EOC) program, a popular Baruch initiative—now in its 15th year—in which students are mentored by experienced professionals.
Early in her career, while working in marketing communications strategy, Nneka Norville (MPA ’06) first discovered the growing field of corporate-social-responsibility, and she challenged herself to learn more.
Rishi Bali (’98) and Tapasya Bali (MS ’02) launched their company, YOGASMOGA, a made-in-the-USA, ecofriendly designer, manufacturer, and retailer of women’s and men’s yoga-inspired apparel and accessories, on Valentine’s Day 2013. Tapaysia is COO; Rishi, CEO
A professional dancer’s diligence, attention to detail, and stamina came in handy for this alumna’s professional second act. Her new career: She’s an analyst in the Controller’s Department of the Finance Division of Goldman Sachs
In fall 2015, Abra Morawiec (’09) became New York’s first organic quail farmer, founding Feisty Acres Farms in North Fork, Long Island. Her venture has gained national acclaim and is one of only two organic quail farms in the country
When the School of Public Affairs (SPA) welcomes its first class of Master of International Affairs (MIA) students in Fall 2017, their arrival will be the culmination of two years of planning, preparation, and approvals.
Last March Barack Obama was the first U.S. president to visit Cuba in nearly 90 years. Not long ago, his history-making, three-day visit—the culmination of the diplomatic opening announced by him and Cuban President Raúl Castro in 2014—would have been unthinkable. Is President Obama in the vanguard? Yes, but Baruch College was ahead of him. … Continue reading