Alumni

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Park Fellows Alumni Spotlight: Alex Green MBA ’12

Alex Green, MBA ’12, reflects on his Park Fellowship experience, and how it has shaped how he approaches his career at Apple.

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Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Heather Henyon MBA ’03

Heather Henyon, MBA ’03, reflects on her career path into angel investing, and how her Park Fellowship experience shaped her journey along the way.

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Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator Students Connect with Entrepreneurs on NYC Trek

MBA students with a passion for entrepreneurship learned directly from founders, entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders.

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Alum Advises LGBTQ+ Families in Tax and Estate Planning

Brian Balduzzi, MBA ’18, built his career helping people – including LGBTQ+ couples and families – plan for business and financial transfers from one generation to the next.

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Giving with Impact: How One Alumna Is Assisting Many Afghans

Nell Cady-Kruse ’83, MBA ’85 helps fill the gaps in traditional financial aid and grant funding for Cornell’s Afghan students and scholars .

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Celebrating Community Strengths at the Johnson School’s Big Red Bash

Faculty, alumni, students, and prospective students gathered in New York City’s Edison Ballroom to recognize award-winning alumni at the annual event.

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Samuel Cho is a Digital Transformation Leader who has a Passion for Connecting People

10 Under 10 honoree Samuel Cho is global head of client information product at JP Morgan Private Bank and a volunteer relationship builder.

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Founder Kayla Wooley, MBA ’22, Taps into Solution for Understaffed Nursing Homes

Kayla Wooley credits Cornell mentors’ support in her launch of StaffOnTap, a digital marketplace designed to address nursing staff shortages.