A Trained Physicist Turns to Film
From Life on Tour to Life as a Teacher
Two college grads create an outlet for alternative education in Brooklyn
On the importance of internships and working as Public Editor of The New York Times
Top Chef stardom after transferring to culinary school
Before "Cool Runnings" and "Empire," a career in education
A self-taught graphic designer with a BFA from SCAD
"I didn't want to admit that I was studying theater."
"There was this discomfort about the application process."
The Jedi winemaker
13 years old and set on a career as a chef
"It's hard not knowing what you're gonna do."
Music, journalism, IT, and the Brooklyn Heights Cinema
From audio to software engineering
“I didn’t want dyslexia...I didn’t want to be different.”
Bringing food into a museum
"I was a dyed-in-the-wool scientist."
Facing layoffs, life as a networking queen
Make graduation a happy day
“I wanted to report.”
“I wasn’t that thrilled about being a lawyer.”
“I was constantly going.”
The writing life
Bringing Bay Area Mexican food to the East Coast
“I knew I was going to teach.”
In front of a classroom instead of on stage
A journalism career launched by the McRib
Juilliard, Columbia Law, and a homegrown soap company
Biochemistry, political science, and hotels
Acting, auditions, and advice for ‘hotshot’ theater majors
What did they say to young girls in the seventies? Teach.
‘A college education is vital.’
Locavore café owner by way of HR and marketing