Career Journeys: Josh Horowitz ’98

On this episode of Career Journeys we have Josh Horowitz ’98 on the phone from New York City. Horowitz graduated from HWS with a degree in English before beginning his career in media. He is a current MTV News correspondent and host of the TV show After Hours and the podcast Happy Sad Confused. Since 2006, Josh has been the face and voice of MTV News’ movie coverage on-air and … Continue reading Career Journeys: Josh Horowitz ’98

Career Journeys: John Sipher ’83

On this episode of Career Journeys we are joined by John Sipher ’83 P’19 by phone from Washington D.C.  After a 28-year career in the CIA’s National Clandestine Service, John retired in 2014 and has become a sought-after foreign policy and intelligence expert. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Politico among other publications, and he has appeared on the PBS NewsHour, CNN, NPR, … Continue reading Career Journeys: John Sipher ’83

Career Journeys: Sara Wroblewski ’13

On this episode of Career Journeys we welcome Sara Wroblewski ’13 by phone from Boston. Sara is the founder and CEO of One Bead, a company she founded while a student at HWS. Sara was a Media & Society and Economics major at the Colleges and was the inaugural winner of The Pitch. One Bead partners with schools and after-school programs to provide unique enrichment programs for elementary-aged … Continue reading Career Journeys: Sara Wroblewski ’13

Career Journeys: Lt. Stuart Hillenbrand ’04

On this episode of Career Journeys is Lieutenant Stuart Hillenbrand ’04 by phone from Washington D.C. Stuart is Lieutenant with the Secret Service Special Operations Branch. A Uniformed Division Federal Officer, Stuart provides protection for the President, Vice President, and people designated by the Executive Branch of the United States government for protection. A political science major at the Colleges, he worked with the Geneva Fire Department as … Continue reading Career Journeys: Lt. Stuart Hillenbrand ’04

Career Journeys: Rick Wallace ’91

On this episode of Career Journeys, we are joined by phone by Rick Wallace ’91 who is in Atlanta. Rick is a Change Management Specialist at KPMG, one of the big four accounting firms in the world. An international studies major at the Colleges, he serves as a consultant and works with various companies and people for KPMG. He brings financial expertise and strategic advice to all of … Continue reading Career Journeys: Rick Wallace ’91

Career Journeys: Cat Gorman ’15

On this episode of Career Journeys we welcome Cat Gorman ’15 by phone from New York City. When this episode was recorded, Cat was a Private Equity Associate at Quad Partners in New York City. She recently joined BlackRock’s Long Term Private Capital fund in September; it is BlackRock’s first direct investing private equity fund. After graduating with a degree in economics from the Colleges, she worked as an … Continue reading Career Journeys: Cat Gorman ’15

Career Journeys: Bill Whitaker ’73

On this episode of Career Journeys we have Bill Whitaker ’73 on the phone from New York City. Whitaker graduated from HWS as an American History major before going on to earn a master’s degree in African-American studies from Boston University and later attending a graduate Journalism program at the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently a correspondent for 60 Minutes on CBS News, where he has been … Continue reading Career Journeys: Bill Whitaker ’73

Career Journeys: Aloysee Heredia Jarmoszuk ’98

On this episode of Career Journeys we welcome Aloysee Heredia Jarmoszuk ’98 by phone from New York. Aloysee is the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Mayor of Operations in New York City. Previously she served as the Chief of Staff in the Division of Operations for the New York City Department of Education, which oversees 1 million students. At Hobart and William Smith, Jarmoszuk was a political science … Continue reading Career Journeys: Aloysee Heredia Jarmoszuk ’98

Career Journeys: Andrew Gelfuso ’97

On this episode of Career Journeys we are joined by Andrew Gelfuso ’97 by phone from Washington D.C. Andrew is the director of global business development at TCMA (A Drew Company) which manages the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington D.C. Andrew has had a career in government and trade, which has allowed him to develop a network of contacts and partners to help implement … Continue reading Career Journeys: Andrew Gelfuso ’97

Career Journeys: Ayesha DeMond ’01

On this episode of Career Journeys we have Ayesha DeMond ’01 on the phone from Buffalo. DeMond graduated from HWS with a degree in Political Science and Women’s Studies. She is currently a survey analyst with Mathematica Policy Research, working with a wide range of clients, including the United States government, on research and methods. She has previously worked as a production associate for The Today Show, … Continue reading Career Journeys: Ayesha DeMond ’01

Career Journeys: Warren Littlefield ’74

On this episode of Career Journeys we have Warren Littlefield ’74 on the phone from Toronto. Littlefield graduated from HWS with a degree in psychology before beginning his career in television. He is the current Executive Producer of the Emmy award-winning shows Fargo and The Handmaid’s Tale. Previously, he was President of NBC during the Must-See TV era and helped shepherd in hits like Seinfeld, E.R., … Continue reading Career Journeys: Warren Littlefield ’74

Career Journeys: Jessica Knoll ’06

On this episode, we have Jessica Knoll ’06 on the phone from Los Angeles. Knoll graduated from HWS with a degree in English, concentrated in creative writing, as an Arts Scholar. She is the New York Times best-selling author of the novels Luckiest Girl Alive and The Favorite Sister. Her first novel was optioned for film by Lionsgate with Reese Witherspoon set to produce and … Continue reading Career Journeys: Jessica Knoll ’06

Career Journeys: Michael Rawlins ’80 P’16

On this episode of Career Journeys, we have Trustee Michael E. Rawlins ’80 P’16 in the studio. Michael is the principal user experience design architect at the Walt Disney Company’s Direct to Consumer and International Division. Previously he worked at ESPN and worked on the company’s fantasy tools and design. Rawlins has remained involved at the Colleges, and returns each year to mentor students and … Continue reading Career Journeys: Michael Rawlins ’80 P’16

Career Journeys: Dr. Mark Mapstone ’89

On this episode of Career Journeys we have Dr. Mark Mapstone ’89 on the phone from California. Dr. Mapstone graduated from HWS with a degree in psychology, a Master’s in psychology from Boston University and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. He is a translational neuroscientist, currently working at the University of California Irvine. Studying cognitive function in health … Continue reading Career Journeys: Dr. Mark Mapstone ’89

Career Journeys: Aileen D. Gleason ’85

On this episode of Career Journeys we welcome Trustee Aileen D. Gleason ’85 to the studio for an in-person interview. Gleason is the Managing Director of Wealth Management Banking at Bank of America Corp. and graduated from HWS with a degree in finance. She is a regular speaker and panelist at the “Finance Experience” New York and has worked closely with Career Services as a Professional in … Continue reading Career Journeys: Aileen D. Gleason ’85

Career Journeys: Hon. Shireen Avis Fisher ’70

On this episode of Career Journeys we have Hon. Shireen Avis Fisher ’70 on the phone from Ireland. Judge Fisher graduated from HWS with a degree in History before attending the Catholic University of America for Juris Doctor and then University College London for her LLM and Ph.D. in International Law. Judge Fisher was appointed to the Appellate Bench of the Special Court for Sierra Leone in 2009, … Continue reading Career Journeys: Hon. Shireen Avis Fisher ’70

Career Journeys: Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68

This week on Career Journeys our guest is Thomas S. Buzzoto ’68 L.H.D. ’18 who joins Alex in the studio. Bozzuto graduated from HWS with a degree in English and was a Theta Delta Chi brother, Druid, football player, member of Hobart Student Association and Little Theatre, worked at Saga, and was president of the student body. After graduation, Bozzuto served in Vietnam before earning a graduate degree … Continue reading Career Journeys: Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68

Career Journeys: Brad Falchuk ’93

For the first episode of our new podcast Career Journeys, we have Brad Falchuk ’93 L.H.D. ’14 on the phone from Los Angeles. Falchuk graduated from HWS with a degree in English, with a concentration in Theatre, before graduate school at the American Film Institute. After writing scripts for a variety of shows in the early 2000s, Brad was hired by Ryan Murphy to work … Continue reading Career Journeys: Brad Falchuk ’93

Career Journeys: Trailer

Career Journeys, a new limited-run podcast from the Herald and the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education, is designed to help introduce parents, students, alums, and prospective students to the wealth of opportunities and pathways that Hobart and William Smith alumni and alumnae have taken following their graduation. The show is produced and hosted by Alex Kerai ’19 in conjunction with the Herald and the Salisbury Center. It … Continue reading Career Journeys: Trailer