Meet Our Grads
What do MMC alumni do after graduation? The better question is: What don’t they do?
“Some little girls played with Barbies. I was making dance and films since I can remember. When I was a child, dance and film were playtime for me and they have always been a part of my life.”
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, received the Copenhagen Master of Excellence Scholarship Award, enabling him to study at the University of Copenhagen from 2010-12, where he spent two years conducting research and pursuing other academic work.
Studio Art, Art Education
Yvonne runs her own business, Vonnie Made It. Her mixed-media works incorporate collage, printmaking, wet and dry media, photography, clay, and fiber, as well as one-of-a-kind jewelry—wearable art made of recycled paper and semi-precious beads and stones
After majoring in International Studies during his time at Marymount Manhattan, Raghib is now making a name for himself in local politics. Advocating for the people, he is now the youngest member serving in the Connecticut State House, advancing policies that benefit the second district and all of Connecticut.
“My college experience transformed me into the person I am today. Marymount Manhattan gave me a voice and allowed me to find my own way. Being a double major and double minor, I was able to fuel my creative needs with practical business needs.”
As CNBC’s Vice President of the Media Content Center, Lisa oversees a team of 25 responsible for the lifecycle management of the network’s broadcast media – from acquisition through archiving, to workflow and implementation of the network’s media asset management system and infrastructure.
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