Tag Archives: MC1999

JLINKEDIN: Franco, Edwin [MC1999] Wells Fargo Prime Services

2014-Apr-17

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/edwin-franco/30/a5a/750

Franco, Edwin [MC1999]
Wells Fargo Prime Services
Greater New York City Area
Financial Services

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JFOUND: Romero, Jaime [MC1999] VP of Marketing for enter:marketing and Sparkmotive

2014-Jan-30

http://about.me/jaimeromero

Jaime Romero

Currently the VP of Marketing for enter:marketing and Sparkmotive, an online motivation and gamification platform. Prior to enter:marketing, I was responsible for developing the marketing organization for LocalVox, a local, social & mobile marketing platform that helps local businesses market themselves online, as well as Axial, the leading network for financial professionals. I has built and executed online and offline marketing strategies at IQPC, the world’s leading conference organization, and Reed Exhibitions, a global producer of leading trade shows across multiple industries and markets. I hold a BS and MBA in Marketing from Manhattan College and was elected to the National Marketing Honor Society in 2002.

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Romero, Jaime [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Jaime is a member of the Class of 1999.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Romero, Jaime [MC1999]

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JFOUND: Batist, Raquel [MC1999] Executive Director of the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

2014-Jan-08

http://www.docstoc.com/?docId=166246733&download=1

City Finance Interviewee biography handout

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Raquel Batista is Executive Director of the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights. Born and raised in the Bronx and currently living in Washington Heights, Raquel E. Batista is also an attorney and co-founder of the Latina Political Action Committee. As a leader in the Latina/o, Dominican and New York City immigrant community, she has taken an active role in both the policy and political arena on issues affecting the poor, communities of color and immigrants. Ms. Batista has worked since 2004 as the Executive Director of Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights.  Under her leadership, NMCIR has expanded its programs from solely immigration work to registering voters, immigrant worker rights and economic rights. In the spring of 2006, Ms. Batista helped organize the immigrant rights marches on April 10 and April 24 in Washington D.C.  In addition, she has appeared on the Gabe Pressman Show, Univision 41, Telemundo 47 / Telemundo National, CBS and NY1 en Español discussing issues of immigration, deportation and voting.  In September 2006, Ms. Batista was selected as keynote speaker at the Dominican Women’s Development Center gala. Ms. Batista was also honored by El Diario la Prensa as one of the top 50 Latinas in New York 2005. As an adjunct professor in the Latin American and Puerto Rican Studies Department at John Jay College/CUNY during the spring of 2006, Ms. Batista taught on issues of race, class, ethnicity and immigration. As a founding member of the Latina Political Action Committee, Ms. Batista played an active role in defining and implementing the mission and vision of Latina PAC from 2003 to the present; in 2005, she represented Latina PAC in the announcement of the PAC’s endorsement of Mayor Michael Bloomberg and was a speaker at the “Latina’s for Bloomberg” breakfast at the Copacabana.  She obtained her Juris Doctorate from CUNY School of Law where she concentrated on International Women’s Human Rights and Constitutional Law.  Before law school, Ms. Batista worked as the Regional Organizer on the Latino and Census 2000 project for the Institute of Puerto Rican Policy at PRLDEF. She continued working at IPR as the Latino Policy Analyst on the Latino and Redistricting project in Suffolk, Long Island where a 45% Latino District was created and in the New York City Council Redistricting Process. Ms. Batista received her B.A. in Sociology at Manhattan College and is an active member of the Manhattan College Latino Alumni Club.

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Batist, Raquel [MC1999] 

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JFOUND: Scott, Daniel J. [MC1999] Partner Pryor Cashman’s Trust and Estates Group

http://www.pryorcashman.com/attorneys-259.html

Scott, Daniel J. [MC1999] 
Partner Pryor Cashman’s Trust and Estates Group
7 Times Square
New York, NY 10036-6569

Daniel J. Scott is a member of Pryor Cashman’s Trust and Estates Group. His practice focuses on domestic and international estate, tax and wealth planning for high net worth individuals, their families and businesses.

In addition to the preparation of wills and trusts, Dan regularly advises clients on the structuring, administration and transfer of closely-held businesses, including family offices and private trust companies, and other assets. He also counsels international clients on cross-border planning, pre-immigration tax planning, U.S. tax and reporting issues, and offshore grantor and non-grantor trust issues. Dan also represents athletes and entertainers on estate, tax and wealth planning issues.

Dan is a 2002 magna cum laude graduate of St. John’s University School of Law, where he was a member of the Law Review and the recipient of the CALI Excellent for the Future Award. Dan earned his undergraduate degree from Manhattan College, where he graduated summa cum laude in 1999, was valedictorian and a Phi Beta Kappa member.

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JNEWS: DeSa, Tina [MC1999] new Principal of Nassau Elementary School

http://www.spackenkillschools.org/node/6615

Home » Blogs » Nassau Elementary School
Meet the New Nassau Principal

 

Dr DeSa

We welcome Dr. Tina DeSa as the new Principal of Nassau Elementary School, beginning with the 2013-2014 school year. Dr. DeSa has held various administrative positions, including Race To The Top Network Team Leader with Dutchess BOCES, Associate for School Improvement Services with NYSED, and Assistant Director at St. John’s University’s Freshman Center and Student Development for Athletes. She earned both her doctorate in Instructional Leadership and Masters in Sociology from St. John’s University. Dr. DeSa earned her BS in Elementary Education from Manhattan College and brings the lens of an experienced elementary classroom teacher to the principal role. Last fall, Dr. DeSa worked with Spackenkill teachers on developing their Student Learning Objectives (SLOs). We are excited to have her on our team.

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DeSa, Tina [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Tina is a member of the Class of 1999.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

DeSa, Tina [MC1999]

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JLINKEDIN: Scott, Dan [MC1999] Counsel at Chadbourne & Parke LLP

http://www.linkedin.com/in/danscottlaw

Scott, Dan [MC1999] 
Counsel at Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Greater New York City Area
Law Practice

I am the personal legal adviser for successful people both in the U.S. and abroad. I work with entrepreneurs and other high net worh individiduals and navigate the legal road to acheiving their goals. Whether building a business, protecting your wealth or developing a long-term plan for your family, I am your “legal alter-ego”. As a musician myself and advocate for the arts, I spend a great deal of time focusing on the special needs of entertainers and educating that community so that their wealth and success is preserved well beyond their careers in the entertainment industry.

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JNEWS: Batist, Raquel [MC1999] Bronx 15th Council District Race

http://www.norwoodnews.org/id=12760&story=bronx-breakdown-making-sense-of-the-15th-council-district-race/

Bronx Breakdown: Making Sense of the 15th Council District Race
September 8, 2013 at 12:00 AM
By Alex Kratz

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9) Baby Carmen. Raquel Batist gave birth to Baby Carmen on Aug. 14, just in time to take her on the stretch run of the campaign trail. As the campaign has progressed, Batista has promoted her gender whenever possible, saying she’s the candidate who will fight for women’s rights — like reproductive rights, another issue that butts up against social conservative values.

Brief history on Batista: Batista’s been in and out of the district her whole life and was born and raised here. She has the most claim to this turf outside of Alvarez. She’s well educated (Manhattan College, CUNY Law international and constitutional rights), well connected, sharp on her issues and has some solid leadership experience, having headed the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights.

The big story about Batista, of course, was her pregnancy. She has embraced it, hyping it in press releases and going about her business, never missing a beat. I’ve been chastised for seeming insensitive for saying she made it through a two-hour forum without breaking a sweat at almost nine months pregnant. And this was probably warranted. (But I couldn’t help but note it — having lived with a nine-month-pregnant woman myself — that’s an impressive feat. We couldn’t even get through a movie together.)

There’s no question, Batista’s giving a great effort – she opened up her campaign office early in Fordham Heights — and is showing that you can be pregnant and run for office. She’s in it, going into the final weekend. If she could have chosen to not be pregnant for this race — it’s gotta be taxing being that pregnant and she lost at least a couple of weeks of voter contact time — I’m sure she probably would have. But that’s how life goes and she’s going for it. Baby Carmen now in tow.

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Batist, Raquel [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Raquel is a member of the class of 1999.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Batist, Raquel [MC1999]

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JVIDEO: Coyne, Christopher [MC1999] The Fatal Conceit of Foreign Intervention

http://www.frequency.com/video/fatal-conceit-of-foreign-intervention-by/116330663/-/5-1002

Video: The Fatal Conceit of Foreign Intervention | by Christopher …
http://www.frequency.com/video/fatal-conceit-of-foreign…by/…/-/5-1002‎
15 hours ago – … Economy of War. Coyne holds a BS in Business Administration from Manhattan College, an MA and PhD in Economics from George Mason University.

The Fatal Conceit of Foreign Intervention | by Christopher Coyne
18h ago

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Coyne, Christopher [MC????]

[JR: A one hour video that is especially on point for the upcoming mess in Syria.]

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Dear John,

I believe that Christopher is a member of the Class of 1999.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.] 

Coyne, Christopher [MC1999]

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JNEWS: Carbone, Bret Martin [MC1999] Independent IGCSE/IB/A-Levels Consultant Antwerp, Belgium

http://www.scribd.com/doc/161362749/Bret-Carbone-Resume

BRET MARTIN CARBONE
PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Dynamic, driven and innovative professional inclined to manage actions consistent with delivering results. Offer the valueof hands-on expertise as well as innovative and creative solutions.Intellectual, knowledgeable and naturally curious individual. Decisive, interactive style and an “atypical” work ethic; sets andachieves high personal and professional standards. Accustomed to and effective in high-profile roles, interfacing with culturally diverse individuals in one-on-one and group settings

Independent IGCSE/IB/A-Levels Consultant Antwerp, Belgium

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Carbone, Bret Martin [MC1999]

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JNEWS: Pompey, Aliann (MC1999) Validus Prep Academy Keynote Address

http://aliann.wordpress.com/2013/06/22/june-21-2013-validus-prep-academy-keynote-address/

June 21, 2013 – Validus Prep Academy Keynote Address

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Good afternoon faculty, guests, friends and family. Class of 2013, congratulations! It’s an honor and my pleasure to be able to share this wonderful occasion with you.

Since I was a young child, sports has been my metaphor for life. I loved everything about it. The idea that you devise a plan, put in the work, and see results is in it’s simplest and purest form the story of human success. If you think about it, success in the athletic field is a result of many parts working together in harmony. You can be in the best shape of your life, and still fail if you’re not mentally strong. And conversely, it doesn’t matter how determined you are to succeed it means nothing if you do not put in the work. Much of my advice to you was reinforced by my experiences in sports.

Be kind to the people that share your past, stay in connected with the people force you to be better. One thing I loved about sports is that unifying element, how it can bring people together. Whether it’s cheering for a team or against the Miami Heat, it can bring people together. When I was injured and side-lined, I had to seek medical back-up. I couldn’t possibly get better by continuing to do what I was doing. A trainer or doctor was my support. You have have that here. Sitting next to you and around you, are your support system – your family, friends, teachers, and administrators. Statistics show that there’s a great likelihood that someone in this room could be a future supreme court justice like bronx native Sonia Sotomayor. Or a Senator, like life long Bronx native Jose Serrano. Odds are that there are a few of you in this room that will be millionaires in a few years. Now if that’s not you, wouldn’t you at least want to be the friend of that millionaire?

In 2007, I was recovering from an injury. There were several important international competitions that year, including the World Championships. I was under a lot of pressure to compete. In my heart, I knew I wasn’t ready, and I wouldn’t be in time. But I did anyways, and ended up making a bad injury worse. That negatively affected my morale, and hurt my spirit. You’re all smart, trust your intution. As you go on to take on the world as young adults, do not let the things you see, or read, or hear convince you that what you know in your heart to be the truth, is anything else. As you go off to college, work or life in general, you responsibility is not just to learn as much as you can, but to teach others as well. Make sure that your reality, your history, thoughts an opinions are factored as part of this country’s solution.

In closing, I’d like to say to you that the only reason I’m standing before you here today is because I failed. More than half of my life was dedicated to reaching one goal – to win just one race, in just one Olympics. I never did. I tried four times, and fell short each time. I failed, but I achieved something else. I am a four time Olympian – and someone pointed out to me that there are fewer four-time Olympians than there are Olympic champions! It’s just not realistic that you will succeed at everything you attempt. But that doesn’t mean you give up, it doesn’t mean that you become less diligent. You will never know the outcome until after it’s all done. Be confident. You’ve been properly prepared to succeed by Validus Prep Academy. Your struggles will make you resilient, hardship builds character and creates leaders. And wherever life’s journeys take you, come back home to your community, and contribute in a way that leaves a meaningful legacy.

Thank you, and best of luck in all your endeavors!

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Pompey, Aliann (MC1999) 

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