Alumnae Success

RobinWilliamsRobin Williams ’03 – a.k.a Robbie
Georgetown University
Robin holds a B.A. in Journalism from the University of DC and an M.A. in Sports Management from Georgetown University and the Owner of Bowtie Behavior. Bowtiebehavior

CarlaLideCarla Lide ’05
Springfield College
Carla is the Player Engagement Manager with the National Football League. In the Player Engagement Department she assists in the enhancement and production of player programs including; Rookie Symposium, Rookie Success, The Bridge to Success Program, Off Season Boot Camps, DVSADUI education, and various NFL initiatives. These programs are designed to educate and equip current and former NFL players with the skills needed to excel off and on the field.

CarlaLideMarlene Bonnelly ’07
New York University
Marlene Bonnelly works at Tumblr as a Trust & Safety Manager. She rrecently visited AMSU to talk about women in comics and her job at Tumblr. A more extensive ‘about me’ can be found on her website: http://www.ilikecomicstoo.com/about/

michelleyuMichelle Yu ’97
Manhattan College
Michelle Yu joined SportsNet New York in 2009 as an anchor/reporter for the network. Prior to joining SNY, Michelle was a sports reporter at NY1 News. Michelle began her sports journalism career in print, writing for Gannett Newspaper’s ‘The Journal News and Sports Illustrated For Kids magazine. In 2003, Michelle made the transition from print to television when she joined College Sports Television. She has also spent time as a sports reporter on Time Warner Cable’s ‘Sportstime’ show in New Jersey. A Bronx native, Michelle co-authored her first novel, China Dolls, in 2007, and her second novel, Young, Restless and Broke, was published in 2009. Michelle graduated from Manhattan College with a degree in communications and currently lives in Manhattan.

GiannaDellolio_89Gianna Dell’Olio ’89
Saint John’s University
Gianna currently holds the position of Director of Advancement and Communications at BronxWorks. Gianna received an award in June 2016 from the Bronx Times for being one of the top 25 most influential women in the Bronx.