Raislan Aiken works for Intelligent IT Designs, a managed service provider that handles all of the IT workloads for many different companies.
Madison Bizzarro secured a job as an assistant merchandiser for Ann Inc., following graduation. She says finding a job during a pandemic was extremely difficult, but through Marist connections, she was able to land her dream job.
Victoria Buckley started working in December 2020 for PVH, Calvin Klein Division. She previously interned at Capelli New York as a product development intern.
Taylor Carnazza landed his first job. He is working at Lockard & Wechsler Direct.
Sarah Carpenter (MA) was promoted to advertising product strategist at Scorpion, where she is developing ad integrations and automation.
Michael Coppola started grad school in spring 2021 at Teachers College, Columbia University. He is enrolled in the master's in music and music education program, which he’s thrilled about. He says the music minor at Marist really set him up for success. He was able to have amazing performance opportunities and educational experiences with stellar professors who supported him as much as they could. “They truly deserve the recognition and funding they need to expand and offer a full music major at Marist,” he notes. Michael expects to complete the program in approximately two years and perhaps even go back for an EdD when the time is right.
Leslie Flores has applied to schools for her master’s degree while working where she can.
Ava Hanlon started medical school at NYIT’s College of Osteopathic Medicine this fall as a part of the Class of 2025.
Evan Landau was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps on Nov. 21, 2020.
Emma Lemay moved to Atlanta, GA, in March 2021 and hopes to meet her coworkers in person eventually.
Nicolas Mays moved to Charlotte, NC, and started a position at Microsoft in September 2020. He has been working from home due to COVID-19.
Christopher Mitchell bought a house with his girlfriend in late 2020.
Leandra Perelli began working for Louis Vuitton.
Amy Pitts is a PhD student at Columbia University studying biostatistics.
Geneva Russell-Brown is working for Abilities First as a supportive employment coordinator and is very excited about this opportunity as helping adults who are mentally challenged find and maintain jobs is very satisfying for her. She enjoys their conversations and is delighted by their motivation and determination to succeed.
Emily Satin is pursuing her PsyD in school psychology at the University of Albany.
Nicole Schaffer is working full time in an essential business on the front lines, helping patients to improve their prosthetic care.
Dana Sullivan recently moved and is building a new house.
William Van Beusekom was accepted to William Carey University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Class of 2025.
Nicole Walsh took part in creating and producing the COVID vaccine for the global pandemic