Lexie develops career-related programming for students in residence communities, and coordinates Connections for Success, our award-winning sophomore professional development retreat. She especially enjoys working with students who are exploring their interests and majors, and seeks to help them understand that there are many career options, not just one linear path.
Erica is an experienced career counselor who seeks to serve the unique needs of graduate and international students. She enjoys learning about different cultures and values the unique perspectives international students bring to a college campus. As a PhD candidate in education herself, Erica also is passionate about the career development and success of graduate students. Erica also meets one-on-one with students and facilitates programs and events that help students practice and improve their interviewing skills.
Senior Assistant Director, Marketing and Technology
Alissa manages the state-of-the-art technology available in the Fleishman Center and assists staff and students with finding ways to better utilize it to support student development. With a background in marketing, Alissa also coordinates strategic marketing initiatives to engage students, works with staff to develop engaging marketing materials and manages the Center’s website.
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Two-time Binghamton University alumna, Holly coordinates the Graduate School Fair and Law Day. Students can meet with her for choosing majors, writing graduate school applications or developing their resumes, but her specialty is helping them see how practical employment options complement their passions.
- Decker School of Nursing
- Harpur College of Arts and Sciences: Science and Mathematics
With a background in International Development, Jessica is devoted to connecting students with life-changing internship and career opportunities globally. She is passionate about supporting students to build a strong professional and academic track record in internationally focused careers. She manages both the 2-year Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women (JFEW) SUNY International Relations and Global Affairs Program and the 4-year JFEW/Binghamton Leadership and Career Development Program.
Fleishman Center Director Denise Lorenzetti, a two-time Binghamton University alumna, worked in industry for 23 years prior to beginning her tenure in career services. Lorenzetti began her tenure in career services in 2012, pursuing her passion for leading students toward successful career journeys as the founding director of the Career and Alumni Connections Office for the Watson School of Engineering. Before moving into the Director role, Lorenzetti served as the chief strategist in overhauling employer outreach recruitment to increase opportunities for students. Lorenzetti’s direction sets the stage for the Fleishman Center, which works to collaborate with the campus, community, alumni and employers to inform and empower students to achieve their maximum career potential.
Laura makes the Fleishman Center resources more accessible to students by offering programming and consulting in residential communities on campus. Her favorite part of the job is helping students realize that although we offer the resources, they ultimately have the answers they need to find fulfilling careers.
Brandy focuses on operations and data analysis of the Fleishman Center. She oversees the hireBING by Handshake career management system as well as on campus recruiting and the Center’s Interview Suite. Brandy also handles the day-today office metrics and data for the Fleishman Center.
As someone who switched his major more than five times as an undergraduate and admits he wishes he utilized his University’s career services more often, Jordan brings awareness to students of how helpful career resources can be. He meets with students right in their residential communities, in addition to holding walk-in appointments in the Fleishman Center. Jordan also coordinates the Graduate School Fair and Law Day.
Cassie creates professional development programs to give students the tools they need to succeed in the work world. She also assists in coordinating the Career Development Centralized Internship (CDCI) Program. As someone who changed career paths as a result of internship experiences, Cassie understands firsthand the importance of linking interests to careers.
As the Career Consultant in Residence for the Hinman and College-in-the-Woods communities, Erin makes the Fleishman Center resources more accessible to students by offering workshops and career consulting in the residential communities as well as in the Fleishman Center. With a background in social work, Erin is well equipped to guide students through their unique processes of career exploration as they build confidence in their skills and abilities that will prepare them for their careers.