MBA in General Management
MBA in General Management
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Prof. Rachel Yager
Are we able to put this year’s election in the hands of our young girls?
We will be when they attend the Women in the Making Politics and Public Service Summit for Girls 11-19!
Saturday, March 31, 2012
FREE for MCNY Students
Held at Metropolitan College of New York, the day’s theme is “We the People!” Wear what most represents who you are and what you believe in — colors, t-shirts, hats, buttons, etc.
The WIM Shero Panel features dynamic and passionate NYC City Councilwomen Letitia James and Julissa Ferreras; Political Strategist and Co-Founder of Higher Heights for America Glynda Carr in addition to urban justice and community and public affairs advocates who will talk with our girls about:
* Understanding the political process and how YOU fit in
Breakfast, lunch, goody swag bags, fun mock debates, and raffle items exploring New York City history and culture.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Metropolitan College of New York
Women in the Making: Tomorrow’s History Today airs Every 2nd Wednesday at 2:00 PM on WBAI Radio 99.5 FM – Streams live at www.wbai.org Hosted by Desi K. Robinson, Women in the Making: Tomorrow’s History (WIM) is the health and lifestyle radio show that highlights the views, perspective, questions, goals and accomplishments of today’s girl. Each show’s topic features a discussion with a young lady that’s demonstrated leadership in that area along with a ‘shero’ adult mentor that has expertise on the issue. WIM covers a full range of topics from images in the media, finances and school to healthy eating, careers and the role of girls and women in revolutions around the world.
Exclusive to MBA Students of Metropolitan College of New York, Restaurant Entrepreneur and Chef Brian Palmer is giving a talk on running restaurants in New York City.
Please join us on March 21st, 5:15 – 6:15 pm at MCNY 11th floor Conference room. The talk will start at 5:30 pm. Please join us for networking and light refreshment.
One of a new breed of influential chef-restaurateurs in America, Brian Washington Palmer, 34 is credited with reviving Harlem’s culinary heritage. Blending fresh ingredients with the succulent, jazzy flavors associated with Harlem rich artistic history, his innovations in cooking have been enjoyed and praised by local political leaders, Hollywood stars and fellow chefs alike.
The California-born chef began his culinary training at age 18. While studying abroad at University of Paris, St. Denis where he took classes in culinary arts, and developed his creativity in the kitchen of several restaurants in Paris, including China Club, and American-style eatery, The Mustang Café. Brian returned to the United States in 1996, and soon became the star attraction at New York’s popular uptown bistro, Bleu– both as chef and part-owner. After the opening of their newest uptown bar and lounge, The Monkey Room, he decided to venture further south to establish his current restaurant Native located on Harlem’s up and coming “Lenox Strip.”
Native’s casual chic interior and ultra cool lounge/restaurant vibe has won acclaim and makes for an inviting and popular stop for brunch after church on Sundays. Its decor is warm, and blends of basic colors that put people as ease. The ambiance is classic with rough and raw elements that are in perfect harmony to Native’s eclectic and flavorful cuisine.
Washington-Palmer’s trademark cooking with “flavors that pop”, has enhanced his popularity with the Manhattan “foodie” crowd and the local Harlem artists who have discovered Native as an alternative for going “downtown” for a happening bar scene and world-class cooking. Some favorite dishes include the Pan-Seared Catfish served with a pecan-morita chile sauce with cheddar cheese grits and Moroccan Fried Chicken in a walnut sauce served with seared collard greens and mashed potatoes.
Exclusive to MBA Students of Metropolitan College of New York, the CEO from Andrew Davidson & Co. Inc.is going to talk about the “Financial Lives of People” — the importance of financial information and its relevance at different life stages and economic situations for people.
Please join us on FEB 1st, 5:15 – 6:15 pm at MCNY 11th floor Conference room. The talk will start at 5:30 pm.
Register at http://mcnymba.eventbrite.com
Andrew Davidson & Co. Inc. (AD&Co) was founded in 1992 by Andrew Davidson, an international leader in the development of financial research and analytics, mortgage-backed securities product development, valuation and hedging.
Since 1992, the company has provided institutional fixed-income investors and risk managers with high quality consulting services, research, and intellectual property aimed at yielding advanced, quantitative solutions to asset management issues.
Beginning with three employees in its New York City location, the company initially advised major financial institutions, mostly depositories, in the development and implementation of asset-liability strategies. The company also assisted mortgage originators in generating appropriate pipeline hedging procedures, and worked on a variety of fixed-income trading, valuation and risk analyses.
Since the firm’s inception, the size of the firm and scope of services has grown substantially. Today, AD&Co has over 20 employees in New York, California and Washington State, providing a host of consulting services from basic MBS securities valuation, return forecasting and hedging, to the development and implementation of risk management and valuation systems.
In 1998, AD&Co introduced VECTORS™ Analytics, a set of proprietary analytical tools that clients could use to reveal the value and risk embedded in their mortgage portfolios.
AD&Co’s clients include some of the world’s largest and most successful financial institutions and investment managers.
Who Run The World MOMS Seminar Features:
Catherine Schuller is a well known plus-size industry leader, having been a former Ford model in the 80’s and 90’s when the industry was still forming. Part consumer advocate, part promotions and marketing liaison, she began as an actress and comedienne with her original cabaret act known as The Nerve! She left modeling and trained at Parsons School of Design in their image consulting program. She has risen to be the premiere style expert in the full figured field and was awarded the Icon of The Industry Award in June at Full Figured Fashion Week in NYC. Her best seller how to book, The Ultimate Plus Size Modeling Guide” was self published in 1996 and remains the “bible” of model manuals in the industry. She served as Fashion Retail Editor for MODE magazine for the full years’ of the magazine’s existence. After Mode’s closing she created an original runway designer show called CurveStyle: Reshaping Fashion in her home base of New York City. She consults and appears as the premiere expert on the subject of “all things plus and full figured.” She is media spokesperson and liaison for manufacturers, designers, retailers and the full figured customer.. Her clients have included major department stores as well as retail specialty stores such as The Bon Ton, Saks Fifth Avenue, Filene’s, Lord&Taylor, Charming Shoppes and Lane Bryant/Catherine’s Plus Sizes, Talbot’s Woman. She is currently working on new campaigns and marketing efforts for clients within the burgeoning online plus apparel industry. She has had a line of clothing on QVC called Shape Shopping. She was assistant stylist for Nashville Star with Wynonna Judd. She is Image and Style Director of Divabetic, a charity outreach started in Luther Vandross’ honor by his personal assistant, Max Szadek. She has traveled the United States with her Glam More, Fear Less attitude, helping women find their inner diva and use fashion and beauty as motivation to stay on track with their diabetes management. She has appeared numerous times on The Today Show, five times on The View, Neal Cavuto’s Your World, CBS Evening News, and The Early Show and recently Dr. Oz. Her latest project is a book deal called Such a Pretty Face, a coffee table book about the models who are simultaneously worshipped and ridiculed in the anorexic fashion world. She has a column at Venus Divas with her popular News from a Broad feature. She is an instructor at Fashion Institute of Technology teaching the only special size image course.
Leora Edut has been transforming people’s looks since 1995. She began her career with MAC Cosmetics, training with some of New York City’s top makeup artists. After several years there, she branched out on her own and began working with high profile corporate and fashion clients. She has traveled worldwide doing shows for Redken in Las Vegas and Ports International throughout China. In 2009, Leora worked on the UN Cure for Malaria Campaign with Molly Sims, Landon Donovan, and Elizabeth Gore. She has worked with celebrities including Mark Consuelos, Rihanna, and the cast of Jersey Shorel for both print media and television appearances. In her spare time, Leora travels the US donating her talent teaching makeup courses to women in shelters.
CELEBRITIES: Rihanna, Molly Sims, Kelis, Kate Voegele, The Jackson Brothers, Cheri Dennis, Nina Sky, Mark Consuelos, Alan Houston, Tamar Davis, Mario, Alice Schroeder, Miri Ben Ari, Crystal Mcrary Arthur, Keith Boykin, Kevin Powell, Rockmand Dunbar, Amy Sacco, Nene Leakes, Elizabeth Gore, Ted Turner, Landon Donnovan, Dirty Money
FASHION: Dolce and Gabanna, Halston, Sean John, Tom Ford, La Perla, Baby Phat, PORTS International
MEDIA: MTV, VH-1, BET, America’s Next Top Model, Regis & Kelly, AOL Latina, MTV – Video Music Awards, Wendy Williams Show
EDITORIAL: Glamour, Paper Magazine, GQ, Karen, Uptown, Us Weekly, Florida International, U.S. Banker, Essence, Complex
COMMERCIAL: L’Oreal, Redken, Atlantic Records, Paul Mitchell, Def Jam, Verizon, ING Bank, US Banker
ADVERTISEMENT: Redken, Lifetimemoms.com, Cheerwine Soda
PHILANTHROPIC: Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (GEMS), The United Nations, Detroit Rescue Mission, Grace Smith House, Good Shephard
Melissa Farley My name is Melissa Kathryn Farley and I am the founder of Melissa Kathryn MakeOver. I am a certified Holistic Weight Loss and Wellness Coach and received my education through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, which was an affiliate of Columbia University. In addition, I am board certified through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and have 10 years experience in Fashion, Design and Marketing.
My goal is to inspire busy women to reach their personal goals, improve their health and live more fulfilling lives. Holistic is a belief of working on the whole self and addressing all aspects of life to ensure lasting weight loss and positive change.
As a Weight Loss and Style Coach, I am your personal advocate for living a healthy and passionate life and looking fabulous in the process! The program is a total body transformation from the inside out. It is flexible, fun and free of denial and discipline. Working together, we discover the foods and lifestyle choices that best support you and then create a custom plan based on your needs. By making gradual, lifelong changes, this enables you to reach your current and future health goals without feeling deprived. Once you achieve your dream body and are equipped with the knowledge and power to maintain your new physique, we take your look to the next level with a personal style make over!
Who Run The World (MOMS)!
Please join MCNY (Metropolitan College of New York) and WAM (Women Advancing Microfinance) in a series of life skills sessions this year. Register at http://mcnymba092211.eventbrite.com
After a successful presentations skills event earlier this summer, we now invite you to a session on “Creating Balance In Your Life”, lead by Louise Finlayson, PhD.
Dr. Finlayson has over twenty years of clinical experience as a clinical psychologist. She earned her Ph.D. at Michigan State University and did a three year fellowship at Harvard Medical School. She also has been a life coach for over ten years after training at the Coach’s Training Institute. As a coach, she focuses on helping her clients move past blocks that are preventing them from enjoying their lives, ultimately moving them towards richer and more fulfilling lives.
During this interactive one hour session, she will help us each identify where our lives are out of balance, explore what our priorities truly are, and ultimately create our own action plan for self-care – all designed to give women the tools to create optimal balance in their lives.
6:00-6:30 Registration and Welcome
6:30-:7:30 Interactive Session with Dr. Finlayson
7:30-8:00 Q&A and Wrap Up
Do not miss this unique opportunity to interact with a specialist in the field. Spaces are limited so sign up soon!
MBA CAREER PANEL
Metropolitan College of New York www.mcny.edu
The career panel is scheduled for Tuesday August 2, 2011, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at MCNY 11th floor Conference Hall. This event is opened to all MCNY Students. Invitations will be specially sent to students in the MBA Programs. Please register if you are interested to attend.
The purpose of the panel is to provide MNCY graduate students and alumni advice on how to secure a job. The panelists will first speak briefly about what they do and how they got to where they are. Then, they will each offer concrete advice on how to find a job in this market, either in the format of a “five top actions” list, a list of “do’s and don’ts”. After this round, the floor is open to questions. Halfway through the event, the moderator will ask for volunteers to practice one of the actions recommended by the panelists. The panelists will then be asked to provide feedback about the role play. For further information about the agenda and speakers bio, please see below.
4:00-4:05 p.m. Moderator welcomes audience and introduces the panelists
4::05-4:20 p.m. Panelists describe their current positions and how they got to where they are
4:20-4:40 p.m. Actionable career advice from each panelist
4:40-5:00 p.m. Questions from the audience
5:00-5:05 p.m. Audience chooses an actionable advice for a role play
5:05-5:10 p.m. Role Play: Volunteers Practice one actionable advice
5:10-5:25 p.m. Comments and feedback from the panelists on role play
5:25-5:40 p.m. Comments and questions from the audience
Moderator: Dr. Amitai Touval
Charles E. Williamson
Dr. Charles E. Williamson is an inspirational speaker with an ability to motivate the masses into exploring change in their career, personal life, and towards being more socially responsive. He has over ten years speaking in public, advocating for those without a voice, and persuading people to consider how they can be leaders in their community. Also a published author on the subject of occupation advancement, book entitled “I Need A Job!!!”, and a reviewer for the Academy of Management Journal and Oxford University Press. Mr. Williamson’s extensive educational background entails Certified Technologist in Operational Excellence, Paralegal Certification, BA in History (Double Minor in Spanish and Art), Masters of Science in Leadership and Strategic Management from Manhattanville College; Doctorate in Management and Organizational Leadership with the University of Phoenix. He devotes his career towards motivating others in achieving their own visions of success. He has coached many developing and seasoned professionals in career development, organizational development, process reengineering, and many areas of strategic business development. His experience includes: former Assistant Vice President at Citigroup, former Director of the Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison Program for New York County District Attorney’s Office, Adjunct Professor of Business Management at the University of Phoenix, Metropolitan College, Monroe College, and advisor for several educational and business councils. He currently works at JPMorgan Chase as an Executive Director and Global Head of Service Management under the Global Technology Infrastructure/Client Technology Services, which manages all desktop assets.
William Scheckel, Vice President of Corporate Marketing at SEEBURGER AG, is a global marketing advisor whose expertise includes social media, branding, marketing communications and public relations strategy. He has worked with many of the world’s leading brands, including SAP, IBM, Shell and Deutsche Bank, as well as with heads of state, start-ups and growing companies around the globe.
For 9 years, he led the marketing strategy agency William Scheckel & Associates, based in Frankfurt, Germany, to win a number of sensitive, high-level projects including the roll-out of Shell.com, crisis control for Deutsche Bank and marketing communications for King Carl Gustav XVI of Sweden.
After moving back to the US, he built up marketing and outreach programs at the NJ Division on Civil Rights, Office of the Attorney General for 4 years, then assumed the role of chief of staff of SAP Global Marketing, where he managed projects throughout the 750-person organization, including global advertising campaigns, the relaunch of SAP.com, and the go-to-market strategy of a global product roll-out. In addition to his corporate role, William also teaches social media for business at New York Institute of Technology. He received his BA from the University of Chicago and his Magister (MA) from Universität Konstanz, Germany.
Abby Kohut, who is known on the web as Absolutely Abby, is the President of Staffing Symphony, LLC. In the past 15 years, Abby held positions such as Senior Director of Recruiting for Kaplan, Interim Director of Recruiting for Continuum Health Partners, and Manager of Global Recruiting for Alpharma. Abby’s articles on AbsolutelyAbby.com and her bi-weekly Career Wake Up Calls inspire job seekers to stay motivated as they continue their search for their ideal job. Abby has presented to over 100 groups and was recently interviewed on ABC’s Good Morning Connecticut, WKTU-FM, WOR-AM, WDVR-FM, and the Joe Franklin show on Bloomberg Radio. Her books “Absolutely Abby’s 101 Job Search Secrets” and “Absolutely Abby’s Top 12 Interview Questions Exposed” teach candidates secrets about the job search process that other recruiters won’t tell you. Abby was selected as one of the top 100 influential people online according to Fast Company Magazine and was named as one of “The Monster 11 for 2011: Career Experts Who Can Help Your Job Search”. Since 2010, Abby has been on a mission to help one million job seekers.
Prudential’s Hiring Managers are coming to Metropolitan College of New York this June 27th, 2011 at 5 pm, 11th floor conference room.
Please sign up (with your MCNY email address) if you are interested to find out about job opportunities at Prudential.
*** This event is open only to MBA students at Metropolitan College of New York ****
Registration at http://mcnymba062711.eventbrite.com
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