Careers in Government & Politics

Our latest event was a panel discussion featuring esteemed alumni who have had successful careers in politics and government.
Doug Spring (foreground) and George Latimer (on screen).
Students and alumni received insight and inspiration at our Careers in Government & Politics panel featuring moderator Jeff Coltin, FCRH ’15, City & State Senior Reporter, and panelists: George Latimer, FCRH, ’74, Westchester County Executive; Paul Vallone, FCRH ’89, NYC Deputy Commissioner, Department of Veterans Services/former NYC Councilman; Johana Guerrero, FCRH ’19, Director of Strategy and Operations, New York State Senate, and Douglas Spring, FCRH ’17, GSAS ’18, Kasirer LLC.
The event was held in conjunction  with the Fordham Career Center at Fordham Lincoln Center’s McMahon Hall. More than 40 people turned out to hear about how to get a job and how important the Fordham network can be to one’s career, both personally professionally and even spiritually.

Former CIA Director John Brennan, FCRH ’77, featured Marquee Dinner

Former CIA Director and current NBC national security analyst John O. Brennan, FCRH ’77, was the recent headliner in our series of private dinners to support the Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., FCAA Student Achievement Award. Director Brennan is also Distinguished Fellow at the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School. The event was held in March 2022 after being postponed from 2020. Director Brennan was joined by 12 guests to discuss his career in intelligence and national security, the current state of affairs in Washington, his connection to Fordham, and more.

Left to Right: Vince DeMarco, Norm Dannen, Kayla Robinson, Monica Treitmeier McCarthy, John Brennan, Michael Bishof, Debra Caruso Marrone, Chris Collins, Mary Beth Wolf, Fr. Kieran Mandato, Annemarie Germano DiCola, Tom Slattery and Monica Olveira.

Michael Kay/Mike Breen Marquee Dinner Cancelled

Our private, marquee dinner with two of Fordham’s most well-known graduates, Michael Kay, FCRH ’82, Yankees Announcer for the YES Network, and Mike Breen, FCRH ’83, Knicks Announcer for MSG, has been cancelledThe event was to have funded the Rev. Joseph M. McShane FCAA Student Achievement Award. To receive updates about a potentially rescheduled event, email: