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Profiles

 

Mitchell Garcia

Mitchell Garcia
Major: Finance

Since the beginning of his college career Mitchell Garcia has been highly involved with the SEEK community.  Given the opportunity to be a part of the SEEK Program has helped shape his values and solidified his goals in life.  Transitioning from high school to college was not easy but he is grateful to the support and community environment that SEEK has provided that Mitchell was able to overcome both academic and career obstacles.

The work he has acomplished with the Urban Male Leadership Academy has helped to not only develop his own leadership skills, but also to motivate and mentor the young students in the program.  He has participated in multiple community service projects and is passionate ab out giving back to the community.  He is a past participant of the OSP Student Leadership Academy.  Most notably, his work done every year with the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life where he has collected donations to represent the fight against cancer.  As President of Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society, Mitchell has worked with other organizations to bring the Baruch community together and support individuals to develop their own skills.

 

 

Brenda Moz

Brenda Moz
Major: Political Science

Brenda Moz is a Political Science major with a double minor in French & Psychology.  She has served on multiple executive boards on various student organizations: Beta Phi SIgma Multicultural Service Sorority, Model United Nations, and Women Empowered for Success.  Additionally, Brenda is a peer mentor for the SEEK 2014 freshman class and has made significant contribution to the Advocacy Peer Mentoring Committee.  According to Brenda, "the SEEK Program has been a blessing, the SEEK staff has given me valuable guidance in helping me to discover my passion and achieve my goals and has been life changing."  She further added, the program's academic services and co-curricular activities have been essential to her undergraduate college career.

 

Liany Villacis

Liany Villacis
Mayor: Finance

Liany Villacis is a sophomore who is considering a major in Finance.  Liany became a peer mentor to incoming freshmen in Summer 2014.  In her role she provides her mentees guidance as they transition to college, assist in the SEEK Freshman Seminar, and help prepare workshops for the students.  During the Fall 2014 semester she served as treasurer of the Latino Heritage Month Committee and credits this experience for allowing her to learn about Latino cultures and to collaboarte with student leaders.  In the Fall 2014 semester she became an active member of Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA).  As an ALPHA member she attends professional events regularly and has the privilege of participating in Morgan Stanley/ALPFA case studies. Liany is "very thankful to be a part of the SEEK Program because it's provided me with support and resources."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   

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