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Alumni Council

The NYU Stern Alumni Council is one of the School’s main alumni governing bodies. It is comprised of the top alumni volunteers and ambassadors for the School. To learn more about the current Alumni Council members and membership requirements, visit the online roster.

Sub-Committees

Association of Hispanic & Black Business Students Alumni Committee (AHBBS)

Entertainment, Media, Technology Alumni Committee (EMT)

Executive Programs Alumni Committee (EPAC)

Finance Alumni Committee

Food & Wine Alumni Group

  • Alumni Chair: Joan Bloom, MBA '66
  • Alumni Chair: Patricia MacKenzie, MBA '88
  • Staff Contact: Caitlin McCarthy, Associate Director, Alumni Relations

Marketing Alumni Committee

Recent Graduates Alumni Committee

  • Staff Contact: Sandra Gelinas, Associate Director, Alumni Relations

Regional Leadership Alumni Committee

Stern Women in Business Alumnae Committee (SWIB)

For more information on sub-committees, please contact the Office of Development & Alumni Relations by email at alumni@stern.nyu.edu or by calling (212) 998-4040.

Membership

To secure a seat on the Council, members must have a proven track record of leadership with the School, and receive recommendation from current members or the administration. Appointed to a three-year term, Council members serve in a variety of capacities to help provide direction on alumni programming and advise the School's administration on initiatives and activities.

Membership Requirements:

  • Hold either a formal role on the Council (Vice Chair, Secretary or Chair), serve as a Chair, Vice Chair or Secretary on one of the Committees, or serve as a Regional Leader or At-Large Member serving on a committee.
  • Financially support the Stern School of Business and the Stern Fund by becoming a member of the Haskins Giving Society.
  • Attend at least 2 Signature or Regional Events in an academic year.
  • Serve actively on a Alumni Council committee, programming sub-committee or regional group.
  • Miss no more than 2 meetings in any given year (in-person or phone).
  • Miss no more than 2 consecutive meetings.
  • Miss no more than 4 meetings in a three-year membership term.
Members can resign at any time for personal reason, and membership exceptions can be made by the Office of Alumni Relations & Development and the Dean’s Offices.