Tag Archives: MC1994

JFACEBOOK: Alcantara, Marisol [MC1994] runs in primary


Martha Elena
Miranda shared Howard Jordan’s photo.
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MC alumni, support Marisol in NY!

Friday August 12 edition a third guests besides Assemblyman Charles Barron and author Zachary Roth, Marisol Alcantara. http://bit.ly/2aWAatT

Who will replace State Senator Adriano Espaillat who in June won the Democratic congressional primary for congress? Today the Jordan Journal will interview one of the three candidates Marisol Alcantara. Alcantara is Democratic District leader in West Harlem She was born in the Dominican Republic and immigrated to the U.S. at 12 where she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Government and Political Science from Manhattan College and went on to do graduate work in Urban Affairs at Queens College. Ms. Alcantara organized Latinos for the 2008 presidential election and worked as Campaign Manager to Elect City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez. Marisol has also coordinated the SEIU’s Latino outreach efforts in Southern Florida. She currently works as a Union Organizer /Representative for the New York State Nurses Association and has also served as the national chapter coordinator for the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network. The other two candidates are former Councilman Robert Jackson and Micah Lasher former chief of staff of Attorney General Eric Scneiderman.

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Alcantara, Marisol [MC????]

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M. A. Fife

What about Luis Tejada?

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In reply to M. A. Fife.

I don’t understand?


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Dear Ed,

           I believe that Marisol is a member of the Class of 1994.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Alcantara, Marisol [MC1994]

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JNEWS: Alcantara, Marisol [MC1994] runs for office



A race to watch this summer
Posted July 21, 2016
By Anthony Capote

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In the race to replace state Sen. Adriano Espaillat, who won the democratic nomination for New York’s 13th Congressional District, there are four candidates: Marisol Alcantara, Luis Tejada, Micah Lasher and former Councilman Robert Jackson.

Ms. Alcantara, a Manhattan College graduate and, like the outgoing Mr. Espaillat, a Dominican immigrant, won a Women of Distinction award from the outgoing senator’s office in 2015, and worked as campaign manger for Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez in 2001 and 2008.

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Alcantara, Marisol [MC????]

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Dear John,

              I believe that Marisol is a member of the Class of 1994.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Alcantara, Marisol [MC1994]

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JNEWS: O’Shea, Lisa [MC1994] YORKTOWN HEIGHTS NY Assistant Superintendent



Yorktown Schools Appoint New Assistant Superintendent 
Jason Bisnoff 06/03/2016

NewImaPICTURE 2016-06Jun-05 Osheage

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YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. — At its May 23 meeting, the Board of Education of the Yorktown Central School District appointed Lisa O’Shea to the position of Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction effective July 1.

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Currently enrolled in a doctoral program at Manhattanville College, O’Shea holds a professional diploma in educational leadership from Fordham University, a Master’s of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education, also from Fordham. She began her professional studies in Manhattan College and holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from that institution.

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O’Shea, Lisa [MC????]

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Dear John,

           I believe that Lisa is a member of the Class of 1994.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

O’Shea, Lisa [MC1994]

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JFACEBOOK: Dolan, Kerry [MC1994] Founder of OptIn


Kerry Dolan Gehringer 14 hrs

Manhattan Alumni Kerry Dolan.
Can Women Have It All? Transitional Moms Struggle to Return to Work
THE BLOG 05/02/2016 01:37 pm ET Jennifer Musselman


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Kerry Dolan, Founder of OptIn (www.OptBackIn.com) experienced these set-backs first-hand. She started Optin in California a couple of years ago after facing her own career transition challenges. OptIn is a multi-platform start-up resource for women looking for support as they navigate the challenges when re-entering the workplace.

“When he met me, I was a high-power executive. By the time I thought to go back to work, I had no resources, I had self esteem issues and I’d lost my sense of self. It [work] turned out to be a very big part of who I was. I had lost a big part of me.” – Kerry Dolan, Founder, OptIn

Dolan, herself a mom and former successful Manhattan executive in the tech start-up industry for over 15 years, got married and gave up her career a year-and-a-half later when her doctor gave her an ultimatum: “Go on bedrest or your babies are going to die,” she says. Dolan spent the next 8 months tending to her delicate identical fetuses, who are now healthy 12 year-old girls.

Work was on the back of her mind even as she nursed her then newborns, but Dolan says, “I couldn’t keep my foot in the door at the rate I was used to working. I was used to giving 115% and at the time, it wasn’t going to be possible.” So she stayed home full-time while her husband worked full-time. The couple went on to have a third child.

“I felt totally trapped. I had even considered taking a job as a dental assistant. My husband reasoned that it wouldn’t even pay for the gas and dry-cleaning bills. My self-esteem took a big hit,” Dolan boldly acknowledges. Eventually, she and her husband started having marital issues and sought the support of a therapist. Her “aha” moment came when the therapist asked what the conversation around career and staying at home had been like. She realized then there had never been a conversation. After giving birth, she says, “I just kind of fell into being a full-time mom.”

Dolan and her husband are now divorced. She contends her not going back to work ruined her marriage. “When he met me, I was a high-power executive. By the time I thought to go back to work, I had no resources. I had self esteem issues and I’d lost my sense of self. It [work] turned out to be a very big part of who I was. I had lost a big part of me.”

With two girls of her own, Dolan says she wanted them to know women needed to be independent and financially secure for themselves. Her bigger life’s purpose today is to be what she calls a mother’s advocate. She envisions a cultural shift around the perceptions of working moms, one state at a time. And this is what she says she hopes to achieve with OptIn, to help women find their way back to work and, for some, their selves. Optin offers a 6 week workshop including interview prep, self-esteem courses and connection to other women like themselves. Dolan notes many of the women are well-educated women who were feeling down on themselves. She says they were grateful for the opportunity to stay at home, but many were not fulfilled the way they had once been in their careers.

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Dolan, Kerry [MC????]

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Dear John,

                  I believe that Kerry is a member of the Class of 1994.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Dolan, Kerry [MC1994]

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GOOGLE+: McNamara, Michael [MC1994] Works at Urban Outfitters



McNamara, Michael [MC1994] 
Works at Urban Outfitters
Attended Manhattan College
Lives in Philadelphia

It’s the networks fault!
I’m a technology professional focused around networking, storage and voice. I enjoy playing ice hockey in the winter and watching the grass grow in the summer.
Bragging rights
Networking Field Day 4

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JFACEBOOK: Tebbens, Thomas A. [MC1994] hiring Assistant Project Managers


Thomas A Tebbens
23 hrs ·

Fellow Jaspers
We are a Structural Steel Fabricator and Erector based in Calverton long Island.My company is looking for Assistant Project Managers. Preferably with engineering degree but most importantly a strong sense of ethics and drive. Job will consist of helping run projects from beginning to end. We offer competitive salary and benefits. Send resume to info@tebbenssteel.com.
This position is a great job for recent graduates, great work experience we will train.
Thank you.

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Tebbens, Thomas A. [MC1994]

Owner at Tebbens Steel, LLC
1971 to present

Studied Civil/Structural Engineering at Manhattan College
Past: Center Moriches High School

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JFOUND: Minaya, Jose (MC1994) Head of Private Markets, TIAA-CREF



Jose Minaya

Senior Managing Director, Head of Private Markets, TIAA-CREF Asset Management

Jose Minaya is a senior managing director and Head of Private Markets Asset Management for the TIAA-CREF organization. Mr. Minaya is responsible for the business activities and strategic direction of TIAA-CREF Asset Management Private Markets across various asset classes in private equity and private fixed income. Mr. Minaya also oversees TIAA-CREF’s relationships with various investor and strategic partners and serves as Chairman of majority-owned affiliates Westchester Group and GreenWood Resources as well as Churchill Asset Management. In addition, he is a member of the TIAA-CREF Investment and Risk committees. Most recently, he was Head of Natural Resources & Infrastructure Investments where he was responsible for building and managing the Agriculture, Timber, Energy, and Infrastructure investment platforms. Previously, Mr. Minaya managed transactions involving privately-placed debt and equity. He joined the TIAA-CREF organization in 2004.

Mr. Minaya has 21 years of investment experience including positions at AIG Global Investment Group where he was involved in emerging markets equity transactions and the investment banking group at Merrill Lynch where his responsibilities included mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions.

Mr. Minaya holds a B.S. in finance from Manhattan College, where he was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, an international economics honor society, and an MBA from Dartmouth College, Amos Tuck School of Business where he was a Robert Toigo Fellow. He is a recognized expert on real assets investing and is frequently sought after by the media and industry events for his perspectives and insights on the asset class.

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Minaya, Jose (MC1994)

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