Yuh-Line Niou (MPA '11) knows a secret about government: It enables every citizen to make a difference. Read more about this energetic assemblymember.
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.
Alicia Perez-Katz (MSEd '06) is currently serving as a Principal Ambassador Fellow in Washington, DC. This unique fellowship, founded in 2013, brings local principals to our nation's capital for one year, allowing them to work alongside the U.S. Secretary of Education and other top officials to contribute to the national dialogue on public education.
This MPA grad had long aspired to a career in public service, but elected office wasn’t on her radar until she received a one-word message on a graded assignment for one of her Baruch master’s degree classes. "Not only had I gotten a high grade," recalls the alumna, "but the only comment on the front of the paper was ‘RUN!’”
Before founding the eponymously named full-service communications firm Anat Gerstein, Inc., this School of Public Affairs alumna had tried unsuccessfully to start her own business. Of that first attempt, she says, “I didn’t have enough contacts, nor did I have the discipline to pull it off"
Honesty and persistence land this School of Public Affairs alumnus from the 1990s in a job central to every New Yorker’s life: real estate
Father-daughter Baruchians share their experiences and philosophies with fellow graduates
While some Baruch College graduates pursue endeavors in far-flung locales, others find boundless opportunity right outside their alma mater’s doorstep—to the great benefit of the city Baruch calls home. Case in point: New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito (MPA ’95), New York City Fire Department Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro (’71) (above), and April Leong … Continue reading Running the City: Alumni Help Chart New York City’s Course
SPA grad was named Technology Diversity Evangelist of the Year by Google in 2013
Bernard Baruch—class of 1889—is not the only graduate of the College to advise U.S. presidents. SPA alumna Christina Jiménez (MPA ’11) joins that select group