Latest Impact Stories
Leisha Cason, ’20SPS, Nonprofit Management, on the Efficacy of Grassroots Organizations in Brazil
Leisha Cason is a Development Associate at GiGi's Playhouse, a Down Syndrome achievement center, in New York City.
Chunchun Zhang: Oral Communication Classes Offered a ‘Benefit of a Lifetime’ for Visiting Business Plus Student Turned Columbia School of Social Work Graduate
Chunchun Zhang was first drawn to SPS as a visiting Business Plus student during her senior year at Tianjin University.
How Michael Brito, ’16SPS, Technology Management, Advanced to a Director Role at HP
"I was able to apply what I was learning to my day-to-day responsibilities and see positive results immediately."
Gary Tong: Learning to Lead a Culture of Innovation
A graduate of the M.S. in Technology Management program touts its unique focus on innovation and disruption.
Elena Sotolongo: ’16 Girls in STEM alumna codes her way to undergrad experience at the Columbia School of Engineering and Applied Science
In 2016, Elena Sotolongo was part of the Columbia Girls in STEM initiative. Today, she's majors in Computer Science at Columbia.
Aristargos Christodoulou: Rethinking Risk While Discovering New Passions
An international litigator with an undergraduate degree in risk management learns how much he never knew about risk.
Christopher Gilchrist: Being Productive in the Ambiguous Future of Work through Information and Knowledge Strategy
Christopher Gilchrist (‘20SPS, Information and Knowledge Strategy) shares how he found the right fit in a graduate program.
Jennifer M. Gumer: Discovering Bioethics at the Intersection of Science and the Law
Columbia's M.S. in Bioethics program connects the dots between a career in law and a lifelong interest in science.
Deana Paradis: Using a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management to Improve the Educational Services Sector
Deana Paradis (’20SPS, Nonprofit Management) is currently a part-time student in the M.S. in Nonprofit Management program.
Akri Çipa: Conflict Resolution Consultant, Policy Analyst, Poet
The Albanian-born international relations student was attracted to the interdisciplinary nature of the NECR program.
Shaddae Findley: HBCU Fellow Researches the Most Significant Risks of 2020
Shaddae Findley (’20SPS, M.S. in Enterprise Risk Management & 2019 HBCU Fellow) contributed to a list of the top risks of 2020.