Marymount Manhattan


Teachers, performers, artists, scientists, professionals, mentors, and scholars—our faculty make MMC great.

Our professors guide students in the studio, mentor them in research, help them land amazing internships, and prepare them for graduate study and careers. They are as accomplished in their own careers as they are in the classroom, performing, presenting, and publishing their own work regularly.

Faculty Spotlight

  • Corey Liberman

    Corey Liberman studies the role of communication in interpersonal, small group, and organizational relationships, paying particular attention to strategies used by social actors as they attempt to persuade others. He is also interested in how social networks come to influence the attitudes and behaviors of those part of them and how similarity is both a prerequisite for, and outcome of, relationships. He routinely teaches Interpersonal Communication (Comm 104), Principles and Theories of Communication (Comm 107), Organizational Communication (Comm 250), Small Group Communication (Comm 258), Communication and Social Networks (Comm 308), and the Capstone in Communication Arts (Comm 450). He is coauthor of Organizational Communication: Strategies for Success (2nd Edition) and he is editor of Casing Persuasive Communication, to be published in September of 2013.  

  • Leslie Levin

    Leslie Levin, Associate Professor of Business Management, earned a Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies from Brown University and an MBA in Marketing from Columbia University. She teaches marketing, advertising, and consumer behavior; her research interests include religious imagery in advertising and the advancement of management women in domestic and international companies. Prior to joining Marymount, she worked in public relations and marketing management at the former Burson-Marsteller, Lever Brothers, and Bristol-Myers.

  • David Mold

    Professor Mold is the Chair of the Division of Fine & Performing Arts.  Courses he teaches include, Acting I (THTR 211/212), Acting II (THTR 341/342), The Business of Acting (THTR 318), Theatre Production Workshop (THTR 343), and Directing III (THTR 406).

    MMC stage directing credits include Bogosian’s suburbia, Garcia Lorca’s The House of Bernarda AlbaThe Seagull by Chekhov, Miller’s The Crucible, Paul Green and Richard Wright’s Native Son: The Biography of a Young American (an adaptation of Wright’s novel), John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath adapted by Frank Galati, George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara, Geography of a Horse Dreamer by Sam Shepard, Ruined by Lynn Nottage, and Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman’s Stage Door.

    Professor Mold served as the first elected vice president of the College’s Faculty Council from 2007-2010. He is also active in higher education as a consultant in program review for fine and performing arts departments, completing such reviews for Iona College and York College, CUNY.