Staff Bios

Jeannie Liakaris

Jeannie Liakaris serves as the assistant dean of the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies. She joined NYU in January 2012, and hired a dynamic team to launch the new Center—a partnership between the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development and the NYU School of Professional Studies. She oversees the long-term strategy for the Center, while continuing to meet with students as well as to work closely with employers, connecting them to NYU talent.

Prior to joining NYU, Jeannie had worked at both public and private universities, managing career counseling teams and employer relations at the MBA, graduate, and undergraduate levels, as well as working with Women for Hire as a national career coach for experienced professionals. Previous to that, she worked in brand management, and she also grew up gaining experience in a family business.

She has been featured, as an expert in career management, across a variety of media outlets and in publications, including Fox Business and Women for Hire magazine. She also has appeared on the cable show The Job Hunt. In addition, she has served as a speaker and a panelist at numerous events including the Women in Leadership Conference at St. John's University and the WCBS 880AM Working Women's Breakfast, Big Career in the Big City. She is on the advisory boards of NY Creative Interns and America's Amazing Teen Project.

Jeannie earned a BS in marketing from New York Institute of Technology and an MBA from Hofstra University. She is an avid kickboxer, with a blue belt in Choy Lay Fut Kung Fu, and loves to spend time with her family.


Rachel Frint

Rachel Frint serves as the Director of Career Development of the NYU Wasserman Center at the School of Professional Studies (SPS). She brings over a decade of experience in career services and is proud to be a founding member of the Wasserman Center at SPS.

In her role, Rachel executes the strategy for the Center and manages a team that serves over 4,000 undergraduate and graduate SPS students that include working professionals, career changers, and international students. She enjoys coaching students from around the world to help them define and achieve their professional goals, as well as partnering with employers to develop innovative recruiting solutions to build talent pipelines at NYU. Most recently, her work has focused on global employer engagement to increase opportunities for NYU students interested in international careers.

Rachel was the recipient of the 2014 - 2015 NYU School of Professional Studies Administrator of the Year award. She has presented her team’s work at various conferences including the National Association of Colleges & Employers Conference and the MBA Career Services & Employers Alliance Global Conference.

From 2008 – 2012, Rachel worked at the NYU Stern MBA Office of Career Development and prior to NYU, she worked in legal recruiting. She holds a M.A from NYU in higher education and student affairs, with a focus on global education, and a B.A in business administration from Muhlenberg College.

Sasha Greenfield

Sasha Greenfield serves as an Associate Director at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies (SPS). In her current role, Sasha helps oversee the career coaching and employer relations strategy, as well as the development of career resources/programming for SPS students. Sasha is passionate about using coaching as a tool to help students facilitate self discovery and determine and achieve their career goals.

Before coming to SPS, Sasha spent a year working in the MBA Office of Career Development at the NYU Stern School of Business. Prior to joining NYU, Sasha got five years of industry experience, working for both a large media agency and a public relations start-up.

Sasha holds a M.A from NYU in higher education and student affairs and a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Maryland. She also completed a Certificate in Coaching from the NYU School of Professional Studies. In her spare time, Sasha enjoys yoga, the outdoors, traveling, and interior design.

Edwin Raagas

Edwin Raagas is an associate director and career coach at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies. Some of Edwin’s focus areas (in addition to working with all SPS students) include faculty engagement and non-credit career development. Edwin is a career changer, with his prior experience having been primarily in event marketing and brand management; he has worked for the New York Stock Exchange, CME Group, and a digital marketing agency in Australia. He earned a BBA in marketing from Hofstra University and a MA in higher education and student affairs from NYU. Outside of the office he volunteers for groups that cultivate his passion for mentoring and education. Edwin sits on the advisory board of FindSpark and recently led colleges in funding classroom building and feeding programs with Advancement for Rural Kids (ARK). He enjoys weekend brunches and seeing shows.

Sue McNeilly

Sue is a Senior Assistant Director at the Wasserman Center for Career Development at the School of Professional Studies. Prior to joining Wasserman in August 2018, Sue served as an Associate Director of Residence Life at St. John's University. Before St. John's, Sue also served in housing roles at Rutgers University- New Brunswick and Hofstra University. In addition, Sue volunteers frequently for NASPA- Region II as a way to give back to her profession and engage with peers. Sue earned her Bachelors and Masters degree in Education from Hofstra University. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sue has found her home in New York and is excited to serve NYU students as they develop their future careers. When she isn't at work, Sue can be found spending time with her family, watching her favorite sports teams - the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Yankees, or lifting weights at the gym.

Meg Radunich

Meg is an assistant director and career coach at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies.

A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, she moved to Utah where she was educated and employed as an academic advisor, career counselor, and adjunct professor at universities in the Salt Lake City area for 5 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Idaho State University. She joined the NYU community in July 2016 as an academic advisor in the College of Arts and Science in July 2016 where she advised undergraduate students, specifically students preparing for medical school and pre-professional graduate programs. She recently earned her diploma in Coaching from the NYU School of Professional Studies.

A strong proponent of planned happenstance theory, Meg firmly believes that being optimistic, flexible, and tenacious is key to finding work you love. When she's not coaching, you’ll find her in a dance class, running, or spending time with her family.

Rushi Vyas

Rushi serves as Assistant Director and Career Coach at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies. Prior to joining the Wasserman team in October 2018, Rushi worked at the University of Colorado-Boulder as an Instructor of Creative Writing and at the University of Michigan as a Career Advisor. He also has experience as a workshop and curriculum developer with socially-minded start-ups geared toward bettering higher education. Rushi earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Colorado-Boulder and a B.S. from the University of Michigan. In addition to his passion for facilitating students to fulfilling career paths, Rushi is a poet publishing widely in literary journals, and he was recently named a finalist for the National Poetry Series. When he's not at Wasserman, you can find him reading, writing, and attending literary readings around the city.

Jessie Yeh

Jessie Yeh is an Assistant Director and Career Coach at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies. Prior to joining NYU, she worked in the Career Center at Berklee College of Music specializing in internships and career advising. Jessie comes from Central New Jersey where she received her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from Rutgers University and became a resident assistant. Finding a passion for helping students, she received her M.S.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pennsylvania. Outside of higher education, Jessie has previous experience working in healthcare and marketing. Jessie’s hobbies and interests include trying all the new restaurants in NYC, playing basketball, hiking mountains, and playing with her King Charles Cavalier puppy.

Fabuola Lemy

Fabuola Lemy is an administrative aide at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies. She manages the front desk and student workers, assists employers with posting internships and employment opportunities on NYU CareerNet, schedules appointments, and creates student accounts. Prior to joining NYU, she was an executive coordinator at the Waldorf Astoria New York. Fabuola earned a bachelor’s degree in public policy and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in human resources management at NYU. She loves helping others and is excited to be part of the Wasserman team. Fabuola enjoys traveling, seeing Broadway shows, and spending time with her family and friends.