Join Mary McNamara, Associate Director of Admissions, and Senior Director of the Graduate Career Center, Susan Antonelli, to learn how our Graduate Career Center helps you leverage your Part-Time MBA for your unique goals throughout your career – in under 30 minutes!
Participants in this webinar will:
- Learn about career services and opportunities during and after the program.
- Discover how the Graduate Career Center will help you create a powerful and valuable network that stays with you throughout your entire career.
- Gain insights into what you can expect as a Northeastern MBA graduate student.
Mary McNamara joined the D'Amore-McKim School of Business in July 2020 to lead the recruitment and admissions efforts for the Part-time MBA program after serving on the MBA admissions committee at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. She is a co-chair of the McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network at Northeastern, a Professional Advisor at the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, and a Coach for Leadership and Teamwork at Babson.
An angel investor and portfolio manager for over two decades, Mary is Managing Director of Angel Healthcare Investors and was a founding member of the Angel Capital Association. Previously, she was COO of an early-stage digital health company and a marketing VP with Fidelity Investments. In her early career, Mary held marketing and technology roles in software development at John Hancock, NYNEX, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Bankers Trust Company.
Susan Antonelli is the Senior Director of the Graduate Career Center.
As senior director of the D'Amore-McKim Career Center, Susan oversees both student career preparation and employer relations and development. She focuses on driving efforts to build unique engagements that enable our students to accomplish their professional goals and our employer-partners to fulfill their strategic talent acquisition and workforce solutions.
Susan has a broad background in higher education. She previously served as dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs at Simmons University and has also held leadership roles at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Boston, Wheelock College, Cambridge College, and Emerson College. She has taught courses on historic and present-day college student activist movements, leadership development, and adult development.
Susan's research is focused on the experience of strongly ethnically-identified Italian American college students, and she was the recipient of a fellowship from the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute to attend the Italian Diaspora Studies Summer Seminar at Università Roma Tre in Rome.