Babson Center for Global Commerce

A Wm. Polk Carey Pre-Business Program

Carey Fellows network in New York

04.03.13

Carey Fellows and Babson Center Director at NYSE.

Carey Fellows at the New York Stock Exchange. From left: Sabria Farheen, Trey Knighton, Campbell Estes, Warner Hornsby, Babson Center Director Chip Manning, and Pacifique Niwenshuti

 

Class of 2013 Carey Fellows – students in Sewanee's business honors program – recently traveled to New York for an intensive round of networking interviews and briefings with business leaders in the fields of finance and investment banking, fine arts, and entertainment, many of whom are themselves University alumni. 

The New York networking event is one of many opportunities open to students selected for the five-semester business honors program. Carey Fellows take additional coursework, complete a one semester paid internship, and participate in events at the Babson Center for Global Commerce.

While in New York, the Carey Fellows also met  Sewanee alumni and friends of the University for a networking dinner. 

 

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New York Agenda

Gig Palmer (C’ 93), Senior Vice President at  Raymond James

Brent Suddeth (C’ 86), Director Executive Search at NBCUniversal

Lydia Fenet (C’ 99),Senior Vice President, Christie's

Will Carey (C’ 10),  Director at WP Carey

Tour of  the New York Stock Exchange trading floor and visit with WP Carey Floor Specialist

Diane Johnston (C’ 96), Vice President and Senior Capital Markets Analyst
 at Oppenheimer Funds, Inc..

Werner Kratovil (C’ 04), at DRA Advisors LLC

Katelyn Li, Vice President at JPMorgan Securities LLC with Will Matson (C'12)

Carey Fellow Michelle Qian (C'12), Assurance Associate at PwC

 

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