New York City Branch

Location: 
New York City, NY

Contacts

Julia Reid, Artsci'08

The New York Alumni Branch is delighted to announce the appointment of three new members to its volunteer executive team.

Kristine Ramsbottom, Comm’15, joins as VP of Events. Ms. Ramsbottom joined Lazard Frères & Co. this year as an Analyst in their investment banking division. 

Jenmy Huynh, Comm '08, joins as VP of Volunteers. Ms. Huynh recently immigrated to NYC but she is a long time visitor of the Big Apple. She started her career in business analytics and spent numerous years in developing national integrated marketing campaigns for Mucho Burrito and Boston Pizza which included print, radio, TV and digital touchpoints. She's excited to be a part of the Queen's NYC Alumni Branch! 

Winnie Chou, Comm’09, joins as VP of Communications. Ms. Chou is currently an Associate at ATL Partners, a private equity fund focused on control investments in aerospace, transportation, and logistics.  Ms. Chou said that she is “excited to be part of the QUAA's New York branch where she can help bring together Queen's alumni from various backgrounds and help foster personal and professional relationships in the QUAA network”. 

Bilal Manji, MPA’13, joins as VP of Partnerships. Mr. Manji is a corporate lawyer with Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP in New York. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto.

Julia Reid, Artsci’08, has been leading the branch as President since September 2015. The branch has organized 8 successful events over the last 12 months engaging hundreds of alumni in the city. Ms. Reid recently started a new job as a Management Consultant for Brand Learning Inc. 

If you would like to find out more about the New York branch, their forthcoming events and volunteer opportunities please contact Julia

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