Jennifer Fauci, B.A. ’10, Aleksandra Terzieva, B.A. ’09, Megan Kleven, B.S. ’07 and Mariam Cisse, B.A. ’06
Mariam Cisse, B.A. ’06 earned her M.A. in Socio-Economic Development at the New School, after which she worked at ACCION USA as a lending associate and community relations specialist, creating loans and giving advice to small business owners across New York. She then moved on to work with the East River Development as a financial counselor, providing one-on-one counseling financial advisement to individuals in low income public housing neighborhoods. She is also the founder of ForMali, an NGO that works to prevent international students from dropping out of school through mentorship and financial support.
Megan Kleven, B.S. ’07, is the owner of Mama Soup, which recently opened its newest location in Mineola, New York.
Aleksandra Terzieva, B.A. ’09 completed her master’s degree of Philosophy in International Relations and European Studies at Cambridge University before working as a trainee economist/policy analyst at the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) headquarters in Paris.
Jennifer Fauci, B.A. ’10, recently published her first children’s book, a Christmas story titled A Present for You, A Present for Me. It is available on Amazon. She also writes for publications such as Newsday, various Patch.com websites and The Latin Kitchen.
What have you been doing since you graduated from Adelphi?
If you’ve started your own organization or program or are engaged in innovative work, let Adelphi know! We want to share your business or other success with the young alumni community in the future.
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