In honor of National Mentoring Month, we’re highlighting an alumna who embodies what it means to help the next generation: Marline Alexander (’90), a longtime mentor in the Financial Women’s Association (FWA) mentoring program at Baruch College. Read more >
Alumnus of the Week
Every Baruch alumnus has a story to tell.
Read about a number of our successful alumni through our 'Alumnus of the Week' feature. Whether it's professional accomplishments, serving the community, or realizing other personal goals, these alumni have all found success through their unique endeavors.
A proud Baruch alumnus, Shawn Ramsingh (’07) is passionate about giving back to the LGBTQ community. Learn more about his outreach, as well as his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Juan Cano (’07, MBA ’19) is a fierce advocate of paying it forward. The double alumnus chats about how Baruch impacted his life – and why he feels compelled to help the next generation of students.
Gizelle Lugo (’12) works at The Dr. Oz Show and also mentors SEEK students in an initiative called Shadow Partners, where she provides them with insight on her day-to-day routine at work and advises them on how to pave their own paths.
Jimmy Vora (’08) discusses his time at Baruch and how he is giving back to the college through Shadow Partners – an initiative that pairs students from the SEEK program with alumni mentors to visit them at their office and get a firsthand look at their career.
This outgoing alumna chats about her role at Summer Search, where she manages youth mentors, and why she finds it rewarding to providing outreach to underserved populations.Read more >
Peter Raucci (MPA '13) discusses his nonprofit experience and shares how good storytelling can effect social change. Read more >
Learn about the sweeping benefits of environmental sustainability from Miguelina Portorreal ('17), who works for the Park Department’s Sustainability Division. Read more >
For Minda Dentler (MBA ’08), completing the Iron Man World Championship meant so much more than bragging rights. Stricken with polio at six months old—and abandoned in an orphanage in India—Dintler has been paralyzed in both legs for as long as she can remember. Read her inspiring story.