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We would like to announce your new New York chapter co-president, Elizabeth Ricardo '05!
With significant years of experience in PR and marketing, Elizabeth works closely with NYC colleagues on brand positioning for consumer clients. Prior to this, she held positions at major universities and worked on the sets of assorted film and television productions.
Elizabeth was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she earned a bachelor of arts degree from Santa Clara University in communications and British literature. She also holds a master's degree in cinema studies from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Elizabeth joins chapter co-president, Tanya Schmidt '12, and they both hope to see you at the upcoming events listed below!
Many thanks to Becky Goll '11 for all of her efforts as our outgoing chapter co-president!
|Tanya Schmidt '12
|Elizabeth Ricardo '05
For the Alumni Office Chapter Manager, please contact: Jenny Moody Sullivan '07 at 408-554-5085
Tanya and Elizabeth encourage you to join the New York Chapter Facebook group or contact one of them to be on the email list for the most up-to-date information about upcoming events, including:
- Winter 2015: Young Alumni Pizza with Fr. Jack Treacy
- Spring 2015: Alumni for Others Service Day
In addition to events through the chapter, they encourage you to consult New York Cares for volunteering opportunities and Catholic NYC for Catholic-related offerings in New York. Becky and Tanya are glad to be a resource for Broncos in New York and hope you feel welcome and supported in this big city.
Upcoming Chapter and Association Events
NEW YORK Theology in the City
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Catholics in the Public Square: The Landscape Since Vatican II
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Lecture and Discussion 6:00 p.m., Reception 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Harvard Club of New York City
Fr. Tom Massaro, S.J., Dean of JST
What principles have guided and should guide Catholics as they participate in public life today? On this 50th anniversary of Vatican II, these are pressing questions Catholics are considering. It is easy enough to recall and describe discrete momentary controversies regarding, for example, Catholic politicians and church leaders. But this presentation seeks to survey the broader landscape to discern the lasting features of Catholic participation in secular political life and engagement in the public over the last half-century.
Cost: Free - A donation of any amount to support JST scholarships is appreciated.
Harvard Club of New York City
35 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 [Map]