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New York City

We serve over 4,500 alumni who live in the 5 boroughs of New York City, and the 9,000 alumni in the tri-state area in our networks. We plan to host social, networking, mentoring, cultural, community service and learning events at convenient locations throughout Manhattan. The New York City alumni club is home to many network planning committees including: Bold (Brandeisians of the Last Decade), Finance Network, Lawyers Network, Media Network, Minority Alumni Network, Performing Arts Network and Real Estate Network.

The club is seeking alumni volunteers to work with us to produce and support events. If you are interested in getting involved, please explore the links at right.

Past Event Wrap-Ups

Upcoming Events

  • A Conversation with Nobel Laureate Michael Rosbash

    January 23, 2019

    Sponsored by the Alumni Club of New York City and Evan List '08, vice president and financial advisor at Bernstein Private Wealth Management and chair of the Alumni Club of New York City Finance Network.... Nearly 200 Brandeis alumni, parents and friends gathered at Bernstein in New York City to hear from Nobel laureate and Brandeis Professor Michael Rosbash. He inspired the group with his stories of research, discovery and what it’s like to receive the early-morning call that you’ve been named a Nobel Laureate. It was great Brandeisian evening sponsored by the Alumni Club of New York City and Evan List '08, vice president and financial advisor at Bernstein Private Wealth Management and chair of the Alumni Club of New York City Finance Network.

  • NYC Annual Holiday Reception

    December 6, 2018

    It was an evening of laughter and good cheer at the New York Region annual holiday party. ... The mood was energetic and celebratory, with live piano music and the most stunning views of New York City. And the fun did not stop there - guests enjoyed a photo booth, delicious spread of food and drinks. The event was chaired by Club co-president Brett Ward '97.

  • Where Did All the Good Jobs Go? Inequality and the Fissured Workplace

    November 13, 2018

    More than 35 guests attended a presentation by Dean David Weil, dean and professor at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management. ... Dean Weil's talk was focused on how wide-scale business restructuring has created a labor force filled with contract or temporary employees has on our economy and issues of equity. The event was hosted by Robert Brown '88, MA'89 and Evan List '08, Finance Network chair, Alumni Club of New York City.

  • Insider Perspectives about Developing Landmarked Sites in NYC

    November 7, 2018

    Over 60 guests attended a panel discussion on issues that affect aspects of land development, including regulatory approvals, design restrictions, cost implications and project financing in NYC. ... The discussion was led by a distinguished panel of development experts, Ken Horn '78, Valerie Campbell and Josh Zegen '97, who shared their behind-the-scenes insight from the industry. The event was hosted by Todd Soloway '88 at Pryor Cashman LLP, and chaired by Mitch Cohen '76 and Steven Charno '86.