Alumnae Participate in NYU Stern’s Women’s Week
Several alumnae returned to campus to share their professional experiences tied to the Women’s Week theme of “Through Her Eyes: Navigating the Jungle”:
Ilse Paanakker, BS '15, founder of Habit House, led a workshop focused on creating a personalized plan to build sustainable, empowering wellness habits.
Nashilu Mouen Makoua, MBA '18, First Round Capital, moderated the Female Founders Panel that included Kathryn Swintek, MBA '79, managing partner at Golden Seeds, about the value of mentorship to propel female founders to succeed. Sara Sindelar, MBA '17, welcomed attendees to the SWIB Alumnae group’s networking reception with Professors Susan Stehlik and Brian Hanssen who shared research on conscious communication strategies.
Alumnae Tess Caputo, MBA '10, principal, Boston Consulting Group, Cara Devins, MBA '11, training program manager, Google; Alyssa Stein, MBA '13, head of industry for Media & Platforms, Google; and Carley Graham Garcia, MBA '09, head of external affairs, NYC-Google, joined others in a panel on Managing the Lifespan of a Career.
Stern alumnae working in industries ranging from entertainment to private equity shared their stories in videos on Instagram @nyusternalumni
Alumnae share career advice on @NYUSternalumni on Instagram.
We snagged a few minutes with Jennifer Meacham, MBA ‘15, member of the Stern Alumni Council, Vice President, Chief of Staff, Securities Division Engineering at Goldman Sachs, who is on campus for today’s morning panel during @nyuswib Women’s Week. Check out our story for the best career advice she’s received and the advice she has to give. #SternPride #SternAlumni
Gary Fraser, MBA '92, associate dean for diversity and inclusion at Stern, moderated a panel with three generations of Stern women that included Urboshi Pal, MBA '19, co-president of SWIB who will be joining L.E.K. Consulting after graduation; Jennifer Meacham (MBA '15), VP and chief of staff, Goldman Sachs Engineering; Laura Campbell, MBA '93, senior partner, InspireCorps, and Elizabeth Elting, MBA '92, co-founder TransPerfect and founder and CEO of the Elizabeth Elting Foundation.