Painting Faces, a memoir by Baruch alumna Frances F. Friedman ('48), explore the rise of women in the workplace - written by a woman who climbed the ladder to lead a major PR firm.
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.
Auctioning off a Picasso original or selling a famed Matisse print is part of a typical day at the office for Caroline Sayan. As senior vice president and global managing director at Christie’s, one of the world’s most prestigious art auction houses and dealerships, Ms. Sayan trades in some of history’s most famous and inspiring … Continue reading Talent Search
On Thursday, September 22, Adam Neumann - founder and CEO of WeWork - returned to campus to speak to a crowd of more than 200 Baruch students, alumni, faculty, and staff as part of the Russell Banks CEO Leadership Lecture.
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.
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
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
Mariah Schuknecht (MBA '14) talks about her career at the Clinton Foundation and how her Baruch experience helped her achieve her professional goals
U.S. News & World Report issued its 2012 rankings of the country’s best business schools. Once again, the Zicklin School rises to the top
For over 20 years, the student-led Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program has helped thousands of New Yorkers prepare state and federal tax returns