NJC3 2019-2020 Executive Board


Rosa Santana

President

Berkeley College 

president@njc3.org


Rosa Santana is an innovative design, career and technology            connoisseur with experience in higher education administration and student affairs. Rosa is the Assistant Director, Career Services at Berkeley College Online, held the Vice President of Communications and Website, 2017-2018, a member of NACE, EACE, SHRM, and NJBIA. She is continually looking for opportunities to provide a spectrum of tools, resources, and guides for students and alumni in career search. Rosa spearheads a gamut of projects that cultivate effective programming, sustainable business relationships, technology-efficiency and student-centric environments.

 

At Berkeley College, she was recognized for her 5 years of service and received an award for the Culture for Caring Poster Contest. Rosa Santana received the Teamwork Award and was featured in the Career Services Success Story. She is also known for her community services and was awarded the Community Leader Award by Councilman Julio Tavarez and the Civic Association.

 

Rosa Santana holds a Master of Science degree from Full Sail University, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bloomfield College. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Philosophy degree at Walden University.



Michelle St. George

President Elect/Vice President

for Programming

programming@njc3.org


Michelle St. George is the Associate Director for Employer Development in the Office of Career Engagement and Success at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. She leads and supports employer initiatives and services to meet the needs of students. Michelle works to strengthen the relationships with current employers as well as diversify the base of employers. Also, she works closely to manage the partnerships with members of the Knights of the Round Table partners program.

 

Michelle is currently the Vice President of Programming for the New Jersey Career Center Consortium and has been a member for over five years. Michelle earned her Master of Arts in Women and Gender Studies from Rutgers University and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from William Paterson University.




Caitlin Giordano


Vice President for Finance and Membership

Montclair State University

membership@njc3.org




Barbara Zito

Vice President for Communications

and Website
Rutgers University, New Brunswick

communications@njc3.org


Barbara Zito is the Career Development Specialist for the Arts, Communications, and Entertainment career interest cluster at the Office of Career Engagement and Success at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. In addition to her career in higher education, Barbara has been a writer, editor, and social media strategist for over a decade.


Barbara earned her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Emerson College and her Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre from Wagner College. This is Barbara's second year as a member of NJC3. She is also a member of the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE), for which she serves on the Public Relations and Marketing Committee.


Catarina Caulfield

Vice President for Employer Services
Rutgers University, New Brunswick

employerservices@njc3.org


Catarina Caulfield is the Job & Internship Developer on the Employer Relations team at Rutgers University's Office of Career Engagement and Success. She works closely with employers to build a recruitment strategy and help them secure the best of RU talent. Catarina also serves as the primary contact for fraudulent job reporting and investigation, is the employer liaison for the Rutgers Internship & Co-op Program, and leads biannual diversity recruitment events for Rutgers University Career Services.


Catarina earned her Master of  Labor & Employment Relations and Bachelor of Arts with concentrations in Portuguese, Economics, & Labor Studies, both at Rutgers University. She will continue to serve on the programming committee.



Ally Therese Ongsuco

Vice President for Awards

Saint Peter's University

communications@njc3.org


Ally Ongsuco is the STEM Career Coach at Saint Peter’s University. She provides career services such as resume revisions, mock interviews, and coordination of on-campus workshops by industry partners for the STEM undergraduate student population. A key component within Ally’s role is to create awareness and provide potential career paths for students majoring in STEM. In her experience as a career services professional, Ally has worked with a diverse group of students from her graduate internship at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and her current position at Saint Peter’s University. She is passionate about preparing students from underrepresented populations with the skills necessary to succeed in the professional world after graduation.


Ally earned her Master of Science in Education in Student Affairs and College Counseling from Monmouth University and her Bachelor of Arts in Social and Behavioral Science from Seton Hall University.



Jeffrey Poulos

Vice President for Networking

and Social Events

Montclair State University

communications@njc3.org


Jeff Poulos is a Career Advisor for the College of the Humanities and Social Sciences at Montclair State University.  He works with undergraduate, graduate, and alumni students in regards to job search strategies and best practices. Additionally, Jeff assists with creating networking events such as alumni student panels and employer information sessions for CHSS students. He has been a member of NJC3 for 2 years. Jeff received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Loyola University Maryland and his Master of Arts in Counseling with a Concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Montclair State University.



Chrissy Sandella

Vice President for New Trends

and Legal Issues

Montclair State University

communications@njc3.org


Chrissy Sandella is the Director of Data Management and Analysis at Montclair State University.  She oversees the implementation and management of technological resources for Career Services, including databases, websites, social media and other online tools.  She plays an integral role in the strategic planning and assessment of Career Services.  Additionally, she is responsible for marketing, event promotion and student communication.


Chrissy earned a Master of Arts in Public and Organizational Relations from Montclair State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from The College of New Jersey.


Maya Sanyal

Parliamentarian

Fairleigh Dickinson University

communications@njc3.org





Amanda Choo

Past President

Rutgers University, New Brunswick

Amanda Choo is a Career Education Specialist at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. In this role, she supports students with out of the classroom experiences, such as internships and co-ops. Most of her time is dedicated to developing strategies, workshops, marketing, and communication in regard to internship education for both students and employers.


She attained both her Master of Human Resource Management and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Rutgers University. Prior to becoming President of NJC3, she held the following NJC3 Executive Board positions: VP of Awards and VP of Programming.




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