Our Alumni

The Business Division’s alumni affiliations mirror New York City’s myriad opportunities, ranging from start-ups and non-profit organizations to banking and finance, marketing, advertising, public relations, law, media and arts management to fashion and entertainment industries.  Our graduates have forged successful career paths in storied institutions, including Google, IBM, Bank of America, Citi Corp., Marc Jacobs International,  Saks Off 5th, Lincoln Center, Sony Corp., Viacom, and NBC.  

Our graduates have also been accepted to prestigious graduate programs including University College (London, UK), Vanderbilt University, University of Washington,  Columbia University, NYU, Pace University, Long Island University, SUNY and CUNY in a wide array of disciplines spanning Business, Marketing, Management, Economics, Law, Computer Science, Media Management, and Environmental Management.

Our alums remain actively involved with the Division and provide a valuable network to guide current students as they plan their career paths. 

Learn more about the graduate programs and career paths our graduates have chosen by checking out this list: Where have our graduates gone .


Meet our Alumni

Read the stories of some of our outstanding alumni told their way. 

  • Kristina Aasheim ’16

    Class of 2016, Business and Theatre Arts double-major

    Minor: Musical Theatre

    “I can say that my studies and my internship have prepared me well for a career.”

  • Alexander Aldridge ’19

    Class of 2019, B.S. in Marketing

    “What I learned in class could be directly applied to my internship. What I touched on more was the real component. People cannot be quantified into charts and graphs, we are far too complex for that. This internship showed me that. I plan to have a long career in marketing and brand management.”

  • Oliviana Bailey ’16

    Class of 2016, Business major, Leadership concentration 

    Minors in Accounting and Philosophy 

    “Graduating with a degree in business with a concentration in leadership, Oliviana interned and studied abroad to complement her studies. After graduation, Oliviana accepted a position at the Justice Accelerator at the Hague, Netherlands.”

  • Beatrice Barbesta ’14

    Class of 2014, Finance major, Economics minor

    “Marymount Manhattan provided me with the skills necessary to be accepted to the Master of Finance program in London at the Hult International School of Business.”

  • Samuel Basilio ’15

    Class of 2015, B.S. in Entrepreneurship 

    As a senior, Samuel co-founded Yuve, Inc., a product that aims to integrate a diverse, healthy and vegetarian-leaning lifestyle.

  • Brenelle Braganza ’19

    Class of 2019, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Marketing triple-major

    Accounting, Business Management, and Economics minors

    “At MMC, I was involved in diverse extracurricular activities on campus, including serving as the President of the Student Government Association (SGA); Treasurer of Unbranded (Fashion Marketing Association); Vice- President of Global Citizen Society; Cultural Peer Mentor and Peer Leader for the NYC Seminar.”

  • Caela Collins ’16

    2016, Business major, Studio Art and Communication Arts minors

    Before interning at The Oprah Magazine, I interned for small companies. This was my first glimpse into the corporate world; I must say I loved it. I was able to make so many great longstanding relationships and learn the ins and outs of the publishing industry.

  • Claudia Esber ’16

    2016, BA Business with Media and Arts concentration

    “There is no explanation for the feeling when the lights and cameras are all around you, and the presence of the brilliant Dr. Oz!    

  • Anika Ferdoash ’17

    Class of 2017, Double major in Finance and International Business

    Double minor in Accounting and Economics

    “The one thing you will never get back is your time. Utilize every minute you have doing what you love and fill the gaps in your schedule productively. Assessing the purpose of each activity you partake in will help you determine what you need to prioritize for your greater goal. While you keep yourself busy, do not forget to take breaks. Balance is key when it comes to efficiency.”

  • Sindelt Flores ’18

    Class of 2018, B.A. in Business with a concentration in Media and Arts Management concentration

    Music Minor 

    “Having the ability to connect entertainment and business was an amazing experience.”