Katie Kaney, MBA ’96, BA ’94, the youngest vice president of Carolinas HealthCare System, started a UB alumni chapter in Charlotte on a promise. "UB connected me to my career, so I stay connected to UB."
UB student Estelle Legros’ problem was simple. “I was stubborn.” Legros admitted this during an online conversation with Rosalind JarrettSepulveda (BA ’69), executive in charge of publicity for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.
The excitement is apparent from the start of UB graduate student Yanshu Li’s letter to his mentor and benefactor. “I'm very happy to tell you that because of your recommendation letter, Alta Devices has made a job offer to me.”
During a UB Road Trip NYC, student Yu-Xi Liu walked up to Linda Gelman (BA '72), producer at Chicago City Limits (CCL), New York City’s longest-running improvisational comedy revue, and asked if she needed marketing help.
The Career Community provides opportunities and services for UB alumni who volunteer and help students as they prepare to become alumni, and assist graduates of UB build successful careers and fulfilling lives.