Join us for the Ittleson Networking Reception! Sponsored by CareerLAB and the Office of Alumni Relations, this annual summer-in-the-city Brown tradition brings together alumni and students to share information about careers and career paths.
Alumni from diverse career fields serve as "industry roundtable hosts" and answer your questions about their backgrounds, career choices, and opportunities in their fields. Time is included for informal conversations with alumni and other students interning in New York. Meet both younger alums who can share their stories of starting out after graduation and more experienced alums with a seasoned view.
Whether you are exploring career interests, figured out what you want to do and are looking to broaden your network or just interested in meeting Brown alumni in New York - come join us for this fun and informative event!
2013 Ittleson Networking Reception at Barclays
ATTENDANCE & REGISTRATION
All current undergraduates, including the class of 2014, living or working in the New York area are invited to attend. Pre-registration is required.
Come prepared! Check out CareerLAB's Networking Tip Sheet.
Students are asked to arrive promptly at 6:30pm. Refreshments will be available. The program begins with a brief welcome and logistical overview. Immediately following, alumni roundtable hosts will be seated at industry specific tables. Students are free to choose roundtables to attend; there will be two rotations. Alumni hosts will remain seated at the same table during both rounds.
- 6:00 - 6:30pm - Pre-reception (for Alumni roundtable hosts only)
- 6:30 - 6:50pm - Opening reception/Students arrive
- 6:50 - 7:00pm - Speaking program
- 7:00 - 7:30pm - Round 1 of 'formal' networking
- 7:30 - 8:00pm - Round 2 of 'formal' networking
- 8:00 - 8:30pm - Final informal discussion
- 8:30pm - Closing remarks
ALUMNI ROUNDTABLE HOSTS
Our list of alumni and the career fields they represent continues to grow.
2013 Participant List
ADVERTISING, MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
Lisa Caputo ’86, Executive Vice President, Marketing & Communications, The Travelers Companies, Inc.
BANKING & FINANCE
Chandra Metzler ’95, Asset Management, QVT Financial LP
ART & DESIGN
Liz Lange ’88, Founder and Creative Director, Liz Lange Maternity and Completely Me
BUSINESS & CONSULTING
Royce Battleman ’88, Senior Vice President, Business Affairs, HBO; Founder, Zen Under Ten
Elizabeth Mallow ’02, Consultant, Boston Consultant Group
Dana Zucker ’90, Educational Consultant
FILM & TELEVISION
Lauren Zalaznick ’84, Executive Vice President, NBC Universal Women & Lifestyle Entertainment Network
Christine Vachon ’83, Film Producer, Killer Films
FOUNDATIONS, NON-PROFITS & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Christina Hanson ’04, Director of Finance and Operations, Part of the Solution
Suzy Lebovitz ’93, Head of Talent, Purpose
Stephanie Morimoto ’99, Chief External Relations Officer, New Leaders
Lynn Rasic ’98, Senior Vice President Public Affairs, National September 11 Memorial & Museum
GOVERNMENT, LAW & PUBLIC POLICY
Matthew Kittay ’03, Associate Legal Counsel, Reitler, Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC
Jeff Metzler ’95, Chief of Litigation, New York City Council
JOURNALISM, PUBLISHING & WRITING
Jessi Hempel ’97, Senior Writer, FORTUNE Magazine
MEDICINE & PUBLIC HEALTH
Sayantani DasGupta ’92, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Faculty Member of the Program in Narrative Medicine, Columbia University
Valerie Parkas ’88 MD, Associate Professor Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases Associate Dean of Admissions Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Marcia Dunn ’82 M.D., Fellow of American College of Surgeons
Neha Kumar ’08, Director of Operations, Recombine
Meredith Ressi ’98, President, Manhattan Research
TECH & NEW MEDIA
Jessie Cooper ’03, AM’04, Ddirector of East Coast Sales, ShareThis
Laura Lee ’97, Director/Head of Entertainment East, YouTube
Brandie Melendez ’98, VP Human Resources, mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc.
Click here for more information about the 2012 alumni roundtable hosts.
Founded in 1932, The Ittleson Foundation funds nationally in the fields of the Environment, AIDS, and Mental Health. The Foundation provides philanthropic "venture capital" for novel ideas, funding pilot, model, and demonstration projects of potential national interest. The Foundation has assets of over $30 million dollars, a five-member board and an Executive Director. The Foundations is based in New York City on East 67th Street. Please visit the Ittleson Foundation website for more information.