Job and Career Paths in Education, Law, Government and Non-Profits
Date, time, location
DateMonday, November 16, 2020
Time5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Open to All
Join three Comparative American Studies alumni via Zoom as they share professional and workplace stories and offer advice on navigating post-college life.
This is a great opportunity of current students to learn, ask questions, and connect.
Panelists for this CAS Alumni Series event include:
Robert Bonfiglio ’16, who currently works as a mathematics interventionist and has several years of experience as a classroom teacher. He is pursuing a graduate degreee in education policy in Rochester, NY.
Lorena Lucero ’07, who holds a JD from Pace University School of Law where she concentrated in Immigration and Civil Rights Law. She is currently the chief of staff for NYC Council Member Carlos Menchaca, the first Mexican American elected official in the state of New York.
Tuyet Ngo ’10, who holds a Master in Public Health from Tulane University and is the Family Support Fund Director for the Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR) in Chicago. She has over a decade of work exprerience in the non-profit sector in Chicago.