Our mission is to facilitate and promote NYU students'
exploration and engagement through career-related events and opportunities, celebrating work-place communities.
Please feel free to contact us at:
To contact an individual staff member, see the list below (from left to right in the above picture):
Paula Lee (bio)
Paula has worked at the Wasserman Center since 1987. She holds a Master of Science, Rehabilitation Counseling from Hunter College and a Bachelor of Arts, Psychology from Barnard College. Paula enjoys "b" activities including baking, bowling, Brooklyn, and baseball.
April Cash (bio)
April Cash joined the Wasserman Center as a Career Development Counselor
in 2010. She has worked as a recruiter in Washington D.C and New York,
and also has marketing, advertising and public relations experience.
Before joining NYU April interned at the career centers at Teachers
College, Columbia University and the University of Arts London. April
earned her MA in Higher and Postsecondary Education from Teachers
College, Columbia University, and her BS in Marketing from the
University of Central Florida. She likes photography, cupcakes, and
Jenny Idiculla (bio)
Jenny joined the Wasserman Center in August of 2008. Prior to joining NYU, Jenny was an Assistant Buyer for Macy's Home Store. She holds a B.B.A. in marketing from the Lubin School of Business at Pace University and is currently pursuing her M.A. in Mental Health Counseling at NYU. In her free time, Jenny enjoys volunteering, reading, sitcoms, and spending time with family and friends.
Leah Lattimore (bio)
Leah is a Recruitment Assistant at the Wasserman Center and who assists with the On-Campus Recruitment Program (OCR). She finds interacting with students and helping them obtain their dream jobs and internships extremely rewarding. She graduated from NYU with a Bachelor's degree in English and American Literature and a minor in Law and Society and has worked in the advertising and recruiting industries. In her spare time, she's an avid reader who loves spending time in parks when the weather is nice.
Manaf Mansure (bio)
Manaf joined the Wasserman Center in September 2012. Prior to joining NYU, Manaf coordinated the development of UCLA's first year experience office and its multiple cross-campus initiatives. Manaf has also worked in other areas of higher education including career development, alumni relations, parent engagement, student activities and residential education. Apart from formal graduate study in higher education and student personnel administration at NYU, he has a bachelor's degree in theater from UCLA. In his free time, he enjoys exploring new brunch spots in the City and Hoboken, standing in never-ending lines at local festivals, attending every 5K run and Broadway show possible and catching up with friends new and lasting in any way possible.
M'Chelle Ryan (bio)
M'Chelle joined the Wasserman Center in 2011. She graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature. Before coming to NYU she worked for the College of Medicine at both Columbia University and the University of Florida. In her spare time, she enjoys reading fiction, watching comedies, strolling through Western Europe, and is currently on a quest for the perfect slice of pizza.
Janene Smith (bio)
Janene supports the Wasserman Center's On-Campus Recruitment Program. She earned a B.A. from Cornell University with a double major in Psychology and Africana Studies. Prior to joining Wasserman, Janene worked at the New York Sate Psychiatric Institute. She enjoys swimming, reading, cooking, trying new restaurants with friends, and traveling. She is on a mission to collect a souvenir from all 50 states.
Rose Sterling (bio)
Rose joined the Wasserman Center for Career Development at NYU-Poly as the assistant director in October 2011. She conducts employer outreach, provides advising to students seeking assistance with their resume and cover letter documents, internship and job opportunities, and will also serve at the Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s NACME Liaison. Rose has over eight years experience in higher education, which includes advising, recruiting, counseling, and a strong background in multi-cultural and inter-cultural affairs