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Whether you are applying to grad school, interested in a career change, or looking to expand your network, join the Office of Alumni Relations on Thursday, February 13 for MMC’s Alumni Career Night!

This evening of networking includes a diverse panel of alumni who will share their journeys through grad school and beyond, individual headshots for your digital profile, the opportunity to submit your resume for review to MMC’s Career Services team, and the chance to win a year of your very own Wix domain website.

Meet our alumni panelists below and register now!

To submit your resume for review to Career Services, please email careerservices@mmm.edu with the subject line Alumni Career Night Resume Review, by February 6.


Our Panelists

 


Our moderator, Ryan Atwell ’16, is the Assistant Director of Career Services and Internship Programs at Marymount Manhattan College. He recently rejoined the Career Services team at MMC after working for The Muse, the go-to destination for the next-gen workforce, to research companies and careers. He is currently pursuing an MSEd in Higher Education Administration at Baruch College. 

 


Bridget Miles ’11 is presently the Senior Production Contracts Manager at Sesame Workshop and the Owner and Executive Producer at Copper Frog Productions. Her previous “hats” include Associate Producer at Rachael Ray, Sr. Manager of Business Administration and Marketing at Sesame Workshop, and Freelance Transcriber at Leftfield Pictures. 

 



Ingrid Sotelo ’10
has worked in government for the past 10 years and is excited to start her venture in the non-profit sector as the Director of Community Outreach for the Union Settlement Association assisting immigrant residents in East Harlem. 
 

  



Mariely Sanchez-Moronta ’10
 is the current Chief of Staff for Assemblymember Robert Rodriguez in the 68th assembly district and is attending The New School for a Masters in Urban Policy Analysis and Management. 

 

 

Lorenza Brascia Ingram ’13 is an Edward R. Murrow award winner, three-time Emmy nominee, the founder of Lorenza Ingram Media, and the Director of Content for the Hope Gala. Prior to venturing off onto her own, Lorenza spent nearly seven years at CNN Worldwide.

 


Catherine Lynch ’11
 is working as the Global Marketing and Communications Manager at Gain Theory, a marketing effectiveness consultancy within WPP. Working in communications and advertising for nearly a decade while moonlighting as an actor, Catherine is graduating this May with a Masters in Communication from Johns Hopkins University.