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During the 2018–2019 academic year, there was a Karpauskaitė sister in every class at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Mandy Tan is an NYU Alumni Association Board member and serves on the NYUAA Fundraising Committee.
Poet Tyehimba Jess tells history through poetry.
Cardiac surgeon Adrian Kantrowitz is best known for inventing the implantable pacemaker.
Erin Vilardi founded VoteRunLead to get increase representation of women in elected positions.
Krystal is a natural leader. Her involvement with the NYU Alumni Association is an example of her commitment to give back.
Angel has had multiple roles on the NYU Alumni Association board.
Read about the first African-American alumna of the top-ranked Master’s in Data Science program at NYU.
LGBTQ+ pioneer Edie Windsor's Supreme Court case paved the way for the legalization of same-sex marriage.
Tom Kirdahy has produced numerous plays in London and New York, including Hadestown, which won eight Tony Awards including Best Musical.
Janet Mock is the first trans woman of color to write and direct for television with the FX series Pose.
Leah Lattimore's 20-year NYU career has had an outsized impact on the University.
Meet the NYU Alumni Association Board President.
Nathan Sawaya is a LEGO artist.
Arielle Duhaime-Ross, the first climate change reporter, has a podcast on Vox.
Jacqueline Murekatete survived the genocide in Rwanda. Today, she's helping survivors of violence around the world.
Anna Zuccaro is a public relations professional and Co-president of the NYU LGBTQ+ Alumni Network.
Gabriela James Noguera's master's thesis on vampires earned a coveted award for outstanding academic merit at NYU.
Amin Ayoub is an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at NYU and a volunteer with the NYU Alumni Association.
Cheryline Pezzullo and her classmate Lorel Burns created a pipeline program to diversify the dentistry profession.
As an NYU student, Mark Fakory provided dental care to people around the world.
Michael was a co-chair of NYU’s Recent Alumni Network in 2019.
Rachel Laureyns is expanding dental care around the world.
Armin Tehrany is a surgeon, a film producer, and volunteer with the NYU Alumni Association.
New York City’s first female firefighter had to sue the city for the right to pursue her profession.
Marcia founded Children's Rights and A Better Childhood to improve the lives of children within the foster care system.
Taina is the Executive Director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women.
Keith Harper is the first Native American Ambassador.
Erica Pedruzzi is the leader of the NYU Alumni Club in Argentina.
Furey helped pioneer a PTSD treatment program to aid traumatized veterans.
Frank Baez is an intensive care nurse who got his start at NYU hospitals as a teenaged janitor.
When Adam Hadas isn't helping patients with COVID-19, he's a volunteer with the NYU Alumni Association.
Natalia Cineas was named chief nurse executive for NYC Health + Hospitals, the largest public healthcare system in the United States.
Michael Gamber is a leader with the NYU Alumni LGBTQ+ Network.
Kim Castro is the first woman of color to run the venerable news magazine U.S. News & World Report.
Alex Kobray is a self-professed wonk and counterterrorism expert.
Mike Chen graduated with the first NYU Shanghai class and is a member of the NYU Alumni Association (NYUAA) Board of Directors.
Mathylde Frontus is the assemblywoman representing New York’s 46th District.
Lori Wiener runs National Cancer Institute's Pediatric Psychosocial Support Program.
Danielle Butin is reducing waste by repurposing medical supplies for those in need.
Carlos Andres Toro is an award-winning filmmaker and founder of the digital media production studio Steer.
In 2015, Chris Mosier became the first known transgender athlete to qualify for a men’s US national team.
Blume is best-known for her novels Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret., Blubber, and Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing.
Allie Wist is a visual editor at bonappetit.com who is telling the story of climate change through food.
Joe Iconis wrote Be More Chill, the Broadway high school musical sensation.
Mickela Mallozzi is the four-time Emmy® Award-winning Host and executive producer of Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi.
Carolynn Choi serves as co-chair of the Recent Alumni Network.
Alessandra Biaggi is a New York State Senator representing the 34th Senate District, including parts of Bronx and Westchester Counties.
Nathaniel Mary Quinn's kaleidoscopic portraits reside in the collections of museums and celebrities.
Linda Evans is an NYU Alumni Association Board member and co-chair of the Benefits and Services committee.
When not running his real estate business Jonathan Ehrlich (STERN ’17), is busy serving New York City residents as an EMT.
Susan Salgado builds the infrastructure of restaurants around New York City including the Shake Shack chain and Gramercy Tavern.
Bertha Jimenez is an engineer who discovered a way to upcycle discarded grain from breweries to make delicious bread.
Norris L. Larrymore received his Ph.D. from Tandon in 1969.
John Katzmann escaped Nazi persecution in his home country of Germany and served in the US Army during WWII.
Mathew Campisi developed a breast cancer screening technology to help increase access to accurate cancer testing around the world.
Ruby Pittman wants to take a systems approach to solutions in green energy.
Jessica Pels is the Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Gal Nissim is combining the unexpected: arts and sciences.
Valerie van Zuijlen is a space-loving artist and filmmaker who completed two masters degrees simultaneously.
Kristin Van Busum's Project Alianza is building schools, hiring teachers, and eliminating learning barriers in Central America.
Monefa Anderson is the Director of Nursing for the Family Health Centers at NYU Langone Health and a volunteer with the NYUAA.
Kyleigh Russ started a non-profit while working toward her MPA at Wagner.
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