Quinnipiac University

School of Business People’s United Center for Women & Business

The People’s United Center for Women & Business is dedicated to bringing together a community of women and their allies who are focused on achieving their professional goals and sharing their wisdom and experiences with each other through skill-building workshops, motivational events and networking opportunities.

What We Do

The center brings together women at all stages of work and life, and with varied backgrounds to learn from and support each other. In recent months, the center has offered virtual events focused on topics such as hope, resilience and healing during adversity. These events focused on ways to increase skills, improve self-awareness and build resilience while preparing for the future. As the pandemic stretched into the fall semester, the center conducted events centered on mindfulness, networking and inclusion.

Mission

To provide opportunities for women to achieve their professional goals as well as to build a community focused on achieving those goals consistent with their personal values. This community of women and their allies is committed to lifelong learning, is eager to share, and includes the external community, students, alumni, faculty and staff. Our center is devoted to preparing our community for enlightened and engaged citizenship.

Vision

The center, as part of a thriving, 3-campus university, provides programs designed to educate and inspire women focused on achieving their personal and professional best through lifelong learning. The center also facilitates connections and thereby builds and develops an engaged community, where wisdom and experience are shared with each other to educate, inspire and foster growth.

Target Audience

Ambitious women and their allies, coming together to engage in learning to empower themselves and others.

Value Proposition

The center is part of a dynamic and growing university with a commitment to academic excellence and to building a strong sense of community enlightenment and engagement. It serves the needs of women professionals by providing opportunities for lifelong learning, professional development and community-building and citizenship.

2022 PUCWB Women of Influence Awards

In celebration of Women’s History Month, March 1-31, 2022, the People's United Center for Women & Business honored four women across Quinnipiac for their impact and influence on students and our campus community. Out of the forty-two nominations, one full-time faculty, one part-time faculty, one staff member, and one student were chosen and honored on social media.

2022 Women of Influence Award Honorees:
Student: Gabriella Colello
Staff: Rita Rodrigues
PT Faculty: Virginia Kulig
FT Faculty: Kim DiGiovanni

Women of Color Professional Development Series

Among the most significant and impactful series of events we've ever hosted, the People’s United Center for Women & Business Women of Color Professional Development Series aimed to create a safe and comfortable environment for women of color to engage in professional development in affinity together.

The first event, a virtual salary negotiations training workshop, was presented in partnership with the Department of Cultural & Global Engagement with support from the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center and the Collaborative for Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies.

The second event, a virtual authenticity in the workplace workshop, invited attendees to explore, reflect and discuss the three selves of the authenticity principle. The workshop was hosted alongside the Department of Cultural & Global Engagement.

The series concluded with its third and final event, a webinar on leadership with Dr. Anne Taylor. This event was presented in collaboration with the Association of Women in Surgery, the American Medical Women’s Association, the Inclusion and Diversity Council, the Student National Medical Association and the Latino Medical Student Association.

Read more about the People’s United Center for Women & Business Women of Color Professional Development Series and explore additional events we've hosted below.

Past Events

Mindfulness Session on the Quad

April 29, 2022, The Quad
All were welcome to join for a collective moment of mindfulness. Participants enjoyed an opportunity to destress, emphasize personal well-being and find peace and stability within themselves. The session, led by Tami Reilly, director of fitness and well-being, and Terri Johnson, associate vice president of operations, focused on letting go of the past, opening up to the summer and moving forward. As always, the session was offered to all students, faculty and staff.

Webinar on Leadership with Dr. Anne Taylor

April 26, 2022, Zoom
The People's United Center for Women & Business Women of Color Professional Development Series concluded with its third and final event, a webinar on leadership with Dr. Anne Taylor. Intended for those who self-identify as women of color, this webinar was driven by student inquiries and perspectives. Dr. Taylor shared insights into the transition from entering a field of study to becoming an accomplished professional as she continues to forge a path for women of color who aspire to create their own legacy. This event was presented in collaboration with the Association of Women in Surgery, the American Medical Women’s Association, the Inclusion and Diversity Council, the Student National Medical Association and the Latino Medical Student Association.

Watch the Webinar on Leadership

Authenticity in the Workplace Workshop

April 18, 2022, Zoom
The second event in the People's United Center for Women & Business Women of Color Professional Development Series, this virtual authenticity in the workplace workshop was designed for students and professionals who self-identify as women of color. Attendees explored, reflected and discussed the three selves of the authenticity principle during this interactive workshop. The workshop served as an opportunity to join other women of color as they grounded themselves in a mindfulness exercise and then discussed their experiences in spaces as well as how they might affect change. The workshop was presented in collaboration with the Department of Cultural & Global Engagement.

Inaugural Eileen Peters Farley ('68) Speaker Series Luncheon

March 30, 2022, University Club
The center hosted the Inaugural Eileen Peters Farley ('68) Speaker Series luncheon to kick off the Eileen Peters Farley ('68) Speaker Series. The inaugural event honored Hang Black as the recipient of the 2022 Impact Award for her passionate advocacy of women in the workplace.

Salary Negotiations Workshop

March 22, 2022, Zoom
The first event in the People's United Center for Women & Business Women of Color Professional Development Series center offered a virtual salary negotiations training workshop designed for students and professionals who self-identify as women of color. The workshop was presented in partnership with the Department of Cultural & Global Engagement with support from the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center and the Collaborative for Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies.

Women in Technology Panel

March 2, 2022, Student Center Piazza
The panel highlighted women in technology and focused on their career paths, struggles and successes. The panelists included Quinnipiac Alumni and Computer Information Systems Advisory Council members who have had dynamic careers in different industries. The idea behind this panel was to spotlight female leaders who could connect with current students and share their stories.

PUCWB Fireside Chat

February 14, 2022, CCE 101
Newly elected Hamden Mayor, Lauren Garrett, President Judy Olian, and School of Business Dean, Holly Raider discussed evolving leadership challenges and opportunities.

PUCWB Wood Pallet Sign Painting Night

February 10, Student Center Piazza
A fun night for members of the Quinnipiac community to paint, de-stress and customize their own 12”X12” wood pallet sign as their own new home décor or create a great gift. All supplies and step-by-step instructions on how to make a sign were provided.

Salary Negotiations Workshops

February 8, 2022
Session 1 (for students): Maureen McCarthy, PhD and Sarah Lawson, PhD
Session 2 (for professionals): Julia Fullick-Jagiela, PhD
The People’s United Center for Women & Business offered free virtual salary negotiations training sessions designed for students and professionals, presented in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program with support from the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center and the Collaborative for Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies.

Research Progress Presentation on Occupational Therapy Role in Chronic Disease Health Management and Maintenance

November 15, 2021, Webinar
Tracy Van Oss, a clinical professor of Occupational Therapy in the School of Health Sciences, is a recipient of the 2021 PUCWB Research Award to support her research, Evidence to Practice: Occupational Therapy Role in Chronic Disease Health Management and Maintenance. Student participants in the study Kaitlyn Muehlberger Hudson, Jaclyn Barry, Kayla Cicero and Brianna Giordano joined Professor Van Oss in sharing the work they have completed so far at the Kieth Community Center in Hamden, Conn.

Mindfulness Session on the Quad

November 9, 2021, Mount Carmel Campus Quad
Led by Tami Reilly and Terri Johnson, students, faculty, and staff joined together for a collective moment of mindfulness on the quad. Participants were able to destress and emphasize personal well-being, finding peace and stability within themselves.

New Minds Open Forum

November 3, 2021, Mount Carmel Campus Quad
Continuing in the format of the first New Minds Open Forum, members of the Quinnipiac community were invited to share their experiences as women/womxn on campus and reflect on the ways in which being a woman, in all of their/our expressions, occurs at QU, and what those experiences are like. The event was facilitated by People's United Center for Women & Business, Center for Teaching and Learning, Inclusive Excellence Teaching Lab, and Women’s and Gender Studies Program.

Student Leaders Network with Advisory Council Members

October 21, 2021, On The Rocks Pub & Grill, York Hill Campus
PUCWB & PUCIE Advisory Council Meet & Greet with SOB student leaders
The People’s United Center for Women & Business and People’s United Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship co-hosted a networking event for School of Business student leaders to meet PUCWB and PUCIE Advisory Councils, Steering Committee, and Faculty Fellows.

Women Entrepreneurship Week Panel Discussion with Female Student Entrepreneurs

October 21, 2021, Webinar
In celebration of the Women Entrepreneurship Week 2021, the Centers hosted a panel discussion featuring female student entrepreneurs who shared the various phases of their entrepreneurial journeys and what it takes to be your own boss. Moderated by Patrice Luoma, director of PUCIE. The event was co-sponsored by PUCWB & PUCIE.
Watch the Panel Discussion with Female Student Entrepreneurs

Salary Negotiations Workshops

September 23, 2021
Session 1 (for students): Maureen McCarthy, PhD
Session 2 (for professionals): WORK Smart: Best Practices Virtual Training led by Julia Fullick-Jagiela, PhD
The People’s United Center for Women & Business offered virtual training sessions on salary negotiation designed for students and professionals of all ages and career stages. The sessions were presented in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program with support from the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, the Office of Academic Innovation and Effectiveness, the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center and the Collaborative for Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies.

Coffee Chat

September 9, 2021
Attendees discussed ideas, networked and shared resources that benefited their organizations.

Authenticity in the Workplace: A Space for Women of Color

June 8-9, 2021
Inclusive Excellence Summer Assembly
Guests discussed the Three Selves of the Authenticity Principle, and effecting change in Quinnipiac’s culture. Director of operations for the People’s United Centers, Hanna Hejmowski, received an Inclusive Excellence Transformation Grant at the assembly for her proposal, “Sewing the Fabric of Your Own Identity through Sustainable Fashion.”

Women in Sports: Life Post College Athletics

April 27, 2021
A panel of four former Quinnipiac student-athletes described their journeys after college, how sports have impacted their professional careers, and how the transition has influenced where they are now.
Watch the Women in Sports Panel

Catherine Coleman Flowers, author, “Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret”

Netter Health Equity Series
April 15, 2021
Author Catherine Coleman Flowers shared her journey as an environmental health advocate and discussed her book about the basic human right to water and sanitation.
Co-Sponsored by: Inclusivity and Diversity Council, Medical Students for a Sustainable Future, and PUCWB

Supporting Women in Times of Crisis and Calm

April 13, 2021
Simone Morris '90, inclusive leadership expert, Simone Morris Enterprises
Djuana Beamon, Chief Diversity Officer, People’s United Bank
It’s no secret that women are struggling during an unprecedented global crisis. Personal stories of hardship from friends and family, viral articles on society’s betrayal of working mothers and global research on labor market trends have all demonstrated the pandemic’s significant social and economic impact on women. Morris and Beamon discussed the year in review and shared practical insights for better supporting women in the workplace in 2021 and beyond. The discussion included topics such as best practices in inclusive leadership, forward-thinking organizational policies, how individuals can self-advocate in their current workplaces and tips for job-hunters seeking supportive work environments.
Watch the Supporting Women Presentation

PUCWB Spring Workshop Series
  1. Strategies to Maximize Your Impact at Work

    Kick-off event, March 4, 2021

    Meredith Reuben, CEO of EBP Supply Solutions

    This event featured Meredith Reuben, CEO of EBP Supply Solutions, and was co-hosted by the People’s United Center for Women & Business, the People’s United Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and EmpowerHer. With over 30 years at EBP Supply Solutions, Meredith Reuben has been leading the company since 1990 and continuing the company’s culture of integrity, accountability, commitment, and being a true business partner. She remains customer focused, continually looking for ways to better serve and partner with our customers to help them shine.
    Watch Strategies to Maximize Your Impact

  2. Financial Know-How: A Workshop for Your Personal and Business Success

    March 30, 2021

    Tracey San Angelo, North Business Banking

    Amanda Moore, People’s United Bank

    Michael Hawes, People’s United Bank

    Attendees learned how strong financial knowledge and decision-making skills can have a huge impact in their lives as well as in business.
    Watch Financial Literacy for Students
    Watch Financial Know-How for Small Business Owners

  3. Social Media Marketing Workshop for Women Entrepreneurs

    April 20, 2021

    Kristen Anderson '21, PUCWB student engagement intern

    Victoria Tuttle '21, Empower Her intern

    Social media has become the most powerful community-building tool ever created. With careful planning and a strategy, you can learn to rally a large and engaged community around your business. This leads to more sales and better brand awareness. The panelists discussed social media goals and objectives: What are you trying to achieve?; What are the best tactics and techniques to drive real social media results?; How do you manage it all?

    Attendees received a social media marketing toolkit with resources, bonus tips and more.
    Watch the Social Media Marketing Workshop

Coffee Chats

February 11, March 11, April 8 and May 13, 2021
Attendees discussed ideas, networked and shared resources that benefited their organizations. Chats began with mindfulness meditation led by Tami Reilly, director of fitness and well-being, and Terri Johnson, associate vice president of operations.


Salary Negotiations Workshops

February 25, 2021
Session 1 (for students): Maureen McCarthy, PhD
Session 2 (for professionals): WORK Smart: Best Practices Virtual Training led by Julia Fullick-Jagiela, PhD
The People’s United Center for Women & Business offered virtual training sessions on salary negotiation designed for students and professionals of all ages and career stages. The sessions were presented in partnership with the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies with support from Development and Alumni Affairs, Academic Innovation and Effectiveness, the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center and the Collaborative for Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies.
Watch WORK Smart: Best Practices Virtual Training for Professionals


Growing Younger...with Age

February 23, 2021
Women in Leadership Speaker Series
Ania Jakubowski, business leader and mentor from Warsaw, Poland
Ania Jakubowski shared experiences from over 25 years of working across developed and emerging markets in Europe, North America and Africa. She has over 25 years of professional experience in global companies, across developed and emerging markets in Europe, North America and Africa. During this time, she has successfully developed businesses and organizations having held various positions in the areas of strategy, sales, operations and business development, working for companies such as Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, The Coca-Cola Company and Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits.
Watch Growing Younger...With Age

School of Business Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series

October 28, 2020
Venida Rodman Jenkins, MDiv, director of the Speicher-Rubin Women’s Center for Equity and Diversity discussed how to be inspired and motivated to act and create change to ensure everyone is seen, heard and respected on campus and within the community. Jenkins inspired Quinnipiac to make cultural humility and antiracism practices central to its campus community. The event was co-hosted by PUCWB, PUCIE and SOB.
Watch the October 28 recording

The Role of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Corporate America
September 30, 2020
Sheryl Battles, vice president, global diversity, inclusion and engagement at Pitney Bowes
Marilyn J. Ford, professor of law at Quinnipiac University
Susan Johnson, chief diversity & inclusion officer at The Hartford
Watch the September 30 recording

From Student to CEO: How to Become Your Own Boss and Ditch the 9-5

September 24, 2020
Ashley Mason, founder, Dash of Social; founder, Student to CEO
Ashley Mason is a marketing consultant, TEDx speaker, and founder of both Dash of Social and Student to CEO. Mason, who started her first successful marketing firm at 19, inspired students to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams in this virtual session.
Watch From Student to CEO

Entrepreneurship and the Federal Government

March 3, 2020
Richard Blumenthal, U.S. Senator, State of Connecticut
Richard Blumenthal is serving his second term as a United States Senator from the State of Connecticut. Senator Blumenthal served an unprecedented five terms as Connecticut’s Attorney General, fighting for people against large and powerful special interests. His aggressive law enforcement for consumer protection, environmental stewardship, labor rights, and personal privacy has helped reshape the role of state attorneys general nationwide, and resulted in the recovery of hundreds of millions of dollars for Connecticut taxpayers and consumers each year. The virtual program included an interactive discussion, and participants were encouraged to ask questions live or submit in advance during registration. This event was co-sponsored by the People’s United Center for Women and Business and the People’s United Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

Watch Senator Richard Blumenthal

Student Perspective of Leading on a 21st Century Campus

February 19, 2020
Student leaders discussed what it is like leading on a 21st century campus. Moderated by former SGA President Austin Calvo, students Irsa Awan, Hannah Cote, Leah Lavin, Sophia Marshall, Kaleigh Oates, Sean Regan, and Julia Suisser discussed their experiences within their various leadership positions on campus.

Building Community After Hours

February 26, 2020
The People’s United Center for Women & Business is dedicated to creating and growing a community of women and their allies. The event was a relationship-building experience held in a relaxed setting to discuss and share ideas that benefited individual’s organizations through added contacts and resources.

Popup Wellness with Tami Reilly

April 2, 2020
Led by Tami Reilly, attendees enjoyed an hour of meditation, reflection and release during this mini retreat.

Speed Mentoring Luncheon

April 4, 2020
In collaboration with the People’s United Bank, the People’s United Center for Women & Business hosted a networking luncheon for students. Those who attended had the opportunity to discuss career-focused topics and get valuable advice from local business professionals.

How to Manage Remote Work with Julia Fullick-Jagiela

July 15, 2020
Presented by Julia Fullick-Jagiela, PhD, the webinar discussed effective communication strategies, how to build trust, how to establish company culture and engagement, ways to measure remote employee performance, and considerations for long-term remote options.

Hope, Resilience and Healing During Adversity

June 10, 2020
Professors Trish Kelly and Nicole Davison gave attendees space to self-reflect on their career uncertainties, how they have handled change, and developed resilience over time. The webinar allowed for community building and networking opportunities for attendees as they shared their personal experiences.

Women in Leadership Panel: Becoming an Authentic Leader

October 22, 2019
To celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Week 2019 (WEW), People’s United Center for Women & Business and the Women Presidents' Educational Organization had joined forces to present a panel of two successful Connecticut female business owners from different industries. Each shared their experiences and provided tips on being an authentic leader.
Panelist: Beverlee Dacey, President of Amodex, Diane Winston, CEO and Founder of Winston Strategic Partners. Moderator: Catlin Wells, Title IX Coordinator at Quinnipiac University.

Kathleen Simione PUCWB Women in Business Scholarship

Women pursuing a business degree program at Quinnipiac University who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field are invited to apply for this annual scholarship. Past recipients include:

Kylie Gethings '21, MS '22

  • Kylie Gethings earned her bachelor's in computer information systems in May 2021 and is expected to earn her master's in business analytics in May 2022. She was a member of Quinnipiac's Computer Information Systems Society and graduated from her undergraduate program with honors.

Read Kylie's essay (PDF)

Julianna Masseria '21, MBA '22

  • Julianna Masseria earned her bachelor's in May 2021 and is expected to earn her MBA in May 2022. She was the former Assistant Vice President of Finance for the Kappa Delta sorirty as well as a member of Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society.

Read Julianna's essay (PDF)

Research Award Program

People’s United Center for Women & Business (PUCWB) 2022-23 Research Award Program

Two PUCWB research awards will be awarded in the amount of $2,500 each to support faculty and/or student research that aligns with the PUCWB mission, to provide opportunities for women to achieve their professional goals, as well as to build a community focused on achieving those goals consistent with their personal values.

This community is comprised of women and their allies committed to life-long learning who are eager to share, and includes the external community, students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Our center is devoted to preparing our community for enlightened and engaged citizenship.

This research will result in a submission of an article to a peer-reviewed conference or quality journal (meeting the scholarship requirements of your department) in 2022-23, and a presentation to the PUCWB community.

Apply Online

To apply, please submit your application online by May 16, 2022 at 5 p.m. 

Complete the Online Application

Research Award applications will be reviewed and decisions made by June 1, 2022. Late submissions will not be considered. See full details about application requirements below.

Submission Timeline
  1. May 16, 2022 at 5 p.m.: Research proposal submission date

  2. On or before June 1, 2022: Research award decisions made

  3. On or before May 31, 2023: Completed manuscript submitted for review to journal or conference and to PUCWB

  4. On or before December 31, 2023: Presentation to the PUCWB community

Research Award Distribution
  • Initial Payment
    If your research proposal is selected by the research award committee, you will receive an initial payment of $1,250 in June 2022.

  • Completed Research Payment
    Once your research manuscript is sent out for review, you will be eligible for the remaining $1,250 payment. To receive this payment, submit a copy of the research manuscript or conference presentation/proceedings and submission information to Hanna Hejmowski at hanna.hejmowski@qu.edu, indicating which journal/conference you have sent it to for review. This must be completed by May 31, 2023.

To be considered your application must include the following:

Cover Page

The cover page should include applicant name(s) and the title of the research proposal. Submit one copy of your cover page.

Research Proposal

Submit your research proposal copy via Microsoft Forms. The proposal should not include the name(s) of the applicant(s). Research proposals have a strict 5 page limit. Please do not exceed the page limitation.

Research proposals must include the following:

  • Title of Research Proposal

  • Research Description: Please provide a 3-5 page summary of the research proposal documenting the following:

    • Brief description of topic of investigation or research

    • Research goals and projected project timeline

    • Specific research question(s) to be explored

    • Specific hypotheses or postulates where appropriate

    • Research methodology (Please identify if primary or secondary data will be used and if IRB approval will be/has been applied for. If secondary data will be used, please indicate its source; if primary data will be utilized, please identify the target population and data collection method.)

    • Timeline

    • Expected outcomes

    • References (can be included in an appendix)

  • Alignment of work with PUCWB Mission: Please clearly describe how your work aligns with the mission of the PUCWB (500 words).

  • Co-authors/additional researcher: Please list any additional co-authors you will be working with (or indicate if there are none); include their university or company affiliation and if there are any other awards supporting this research (Please note: the research award is only applicable to current Quinnipiac University Faculty and Students).

  • Target Outlet(s): List the target journal(s) and/or conference that you intend to submit the research manuscript to, with your target timeframe.

  • Potential Impact of Award Research: Identify the potential impact of the intellectual contribution that will result, in whole or in part, from the award of the research award. Indicators of impact should focus on potential for the intellectual contribution to result in:

    • Peer recognition of the originality, scope, and/or significance of new knowledge.

    • The applicability and benefits of the new knowledge to theory, practice, and/or teaching.

    • Usefulness and/or originality of new or different understandings, applications, and insights resulting from the creative work.

    • The breadth, value, and persistence of the use and impact of the creative work.

    • Originality and significance to learning including the depth and duration of usefulness as well as adoption or citations by peers.

    • Research awards and recognition (e.g., selection as a fellow of an academic society).

    • Citations of the creative work indicating impact on the creative work of others.

    • Evidence of leadership and team contributions to advancement of knowledge.

2021-22

Megan Leubner: Megan Laubner's research is on the health needs of unhoused or marginally housed people in New Haven during the COVID-19 pandemic.

2020-21

Nabiha Nuruzzaman: Medical student Nabiha Nuruzzaman's research project explores community health implications of the Navajo Nation's transition to sustainable energy.

Kathryn Reilly: Biology student Kathyrn Reilly's research involves neurocognitive hop testing as a predictor of injury among college athletes.

Tracy Van Oss: Occupational therapy professor Tracy Van Oss’ research project further develops and role models her own leadership skills with several cohorts of occupational therapy students to create sustained multifaceted experiential learning opportunities.

*Note: This research award will be considered taxable income by the IRS. Please consider this when applying.The PUCWB Steering Committee members are not eligible to receive the research award while serving on the committee.

Annual Report

People's United Centers 2020–2021 Year in Review 

People’s United Centers 2020–2021 Year in Review

Our School of Business People’s United centers completed another productive year with initiatives that had a measurable impact on the various people and communities they serve, despite the uncertainty and heaviness of the pandemic. Consistent with their missions, each provided exciting, engaging and provocative activities and opportunities for students, faculty, alumni and friends of Quinnipiac University.

View the Report (PDF)

 

Advisory Council and Steering Committee Members

  • Djuana Beamon, FVP Chief Diversity, People’s United Bank

  • Keisha Blake Harp, Vice President, Diversity Entrepreneur Educational Program at Morgan Stanley

  • Lauren Castagnola, Chief of Staff, Westover School

  • Nancy Dudchik, President, Hamden Chamber of Commerce

  • Denise Fiore, Chief Operating Officer of Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, Senior Vice President of L+M Healthcare and Senior Vice President for Yale New Haven Health

  • Isaiah Lee, Fidelity Investments - LEAP Grad | Google LSI Scholar | Howard University School of Law

  • Karmela Malone, Senior Vice President, Claim Solutions, The Hartford

  • Henry Rondon, Assistant Executive Director of Unified Sports and Student Activities for the Connecticut Association of Schools - Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference

  • Sal Strazza, Manager, Human Resources & Team Member Relations at Terex Corporation

  • Alyssa Hyatt, Associate Athletic Director for Business and Administration

  • Danisha Collins, Secretary, Global Public Health and Service Learning

  • Mohammad Elahee, Professor of International Business

  • Stefano Fasulo, Associate Director of Graduate Student Affairs

  • Patricia Kelly, Senior Instructor of Management

  • Caroline King, MBA c/o 2022; FIN c/o 2021

  • Samantha Niblock, CIS+AC c/o 2023; MSA c/o 2024

  • Amy Rosen, Regional Development Officer, Development & Alumni Affairs

  • Jen Sacco, Professor of Political Science

  • Erin Sabato, Director of International Service and Learning, DCGE

  • Becky Spalthoff, Senior Director, Integrated Marketing Communications

  • Tamilla Triantoro, Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems

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