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What is Co-Working?

Cross-fertilization can compound a great idea. Coworking at the Field Center encourages student entrepreneurs from all over New York state to network and exchange ideas in a supportive environment. Work on your business, get feedback from others, and consult with a Field Mentor. All NYC undergraduate or graduate students of all majors and all experience levels are welcome to attend. If you are interested in becoming a Coworking mentor, please contact Patrick.Centeno@baruch.cuny.edu for more information.

Consult with a Field Mentor


Glenn Emanuel

Glenn Emanuel is an award-winning lecturer specializing in Sales, Negotiation, Communications and Marketing topics. Having been a VP in several organizations, Glenn has held senior leadership positions in Sales, Marketing and Strategic Planning and has helped multinational companies to successfully grow revenues and enter new markets. Glenn is a Business Specialist at Gold Group, a mobile solutions company that specializes in improving customer interactions and loyalty. He was the founder and President of Turning Point Associates, a marketing and pricing consulting firm. Glenn spent 10 years at The New York Times, eventually becoming VP of Corporate Sales, where he headed the transformation of the Times from a regional to national and international newspaper. He holds a BS and MBA from George Washington University.


Elisa Balabram is an Intuitive Business Coach and the Author of Ask Others, Trust Yourself: The Entrepreneurial Woman’s Key to Success and Mending a Broken Heart: Lili’s Magic Journey. Her main mission is to share her own self-discovery, spiritual, healing, out of her comfort zone, challenging at times and magical journey with women to empower them to achieve their full potential, start their businesses, and pursue their dreams and life’s purpose. In addition to providing one-on-one business coaching, Elisa Balabram hosts webinars, 7-week programs, and in person workshops to help women uncover and pursue their full potential.Ms. Balabram was named the U.S. Small Business Administration New York District 2008 Women in Business Champion of the Year. She is currently an adjunct lecturer at Baruch College, teaching entrepreneurial and Family Business Management classes to undergraduate BBA students.

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