Executive Master of Science in Strategic Communication Profiles

Gloria Chin: Enhancing a Role at the NYC Department of Transportation

Since starting her master’s studies, Gloria Chin has been featured as a keynote speaker at a national women’s convention, earned her first educational grant, and was designated a national Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar.

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Taking the Next Step as a Strategic Communicator in IT

One year after graduating, Julienne Hadley is being recruited for advanced positions at Yale University.

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Stephanie Coggin: Changing the Conversation About Suicide

Stephanie Coggin’s experience at Columbia gave her the opportunity to know that her voice mattered.

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Assaf Kedem Brings Strategic Communication to the Financial Services Industry

This alumnus brings creativity and a strategic mindset to OppenheimerFunds.

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Ellen Murphy: Storytelling and Branding at the YMCA

The VP of Communications at the YMCA of Greater New York and Columbia alumna discusses her career and her inspiration.

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Mike White: Pioneering Content Marketing at Reuters

This alumnus gained the experience and connections to pivot from finance to media, landing a role as the digital marketing lead for Reuters News Agency and Reuters Solutions.

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Attica Alexis Jaques: Integrated Marketing at Gap

This alumna and VP at Gap shows that doing well and doing good are always in style.

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Jennifer Leemann: Using Insights to Drive Innovation at Starwood

Thanks to her Columbia education, Jennifer Leemann drove innovation at Starwood and advanced her career.

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Ruth Esponda, Former Talent Agent, Lands a New Role as Strategist at Havas

Ruth Esponda made the switch from actors' talent agent to strategist at a renowned global communications firm.

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For Elyse Hoelzer, Advertising Means Understanding the Consumer's Journey

Prof. Elyse Hoelzer, former ad exec at BBDO, Universal McCann, Omnicom Media Group, and others, explores the psychological element of understanding one’s consumers.

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