Jean Papalia  
As Principal of A+ Etiquette and Director of the Tufts Career Center, Jean Papalia has more than 25 years of Career Development experience working with thousands of employers and job candidates. Coupled with her training as a Professional Protocol Consultant, she presents uniquely effective and interactive programs on Dining Etiquette, Professional Networking, and Business Protocol.
 
Jean has served as the Career Center Director at Tufts University in Massachusetts since 1998. As such, she is responsible for the campus-wide delivery of all programs and services involving career development, experiential education, and employer relations for undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni of the Colleges of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering.
 
Jean provides programs on Business Etiquette and Professional Protocol for college students and alumni. 
 
Brendan Jones '97 
Brendan is a Director with Treasury Partners and a member of the Portolio Management team. He is responsible for taxable investments trading. He previously held positions at Bear Stearns, CIBC Oppenheimer and UBS PaineWebber.
 
Treasury Partners is a team of 17 investment professionals who deliver a broad array of conservative wealth and cash management services to private clients, family offices, foundations, endowments and corporations. Services also include an online Money Market Portal and retirement plan consulting.
 
Brendan was a history major and economics minor at Conn. 
 
Will Levith '02
Will is a freelance journalist and editor, who specializes in men’s lifestyle and general interest topics. His work has been published by Playboy, Penthouse, Esquire, Condé Nast Traveler, Men's Health, Refinery29, and a host of other print and online publications. He’s currently working on launching RealClearLife, the men’s lifestyle vertical for RealClearPolitics. He lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with his wife and hound dog. Will was an English major at Conn.  
 
Allison Rudnick ’09 
Allison is Assistant Curator in the Department of Drawings and Prints at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she manages the Study Room for Drawings and Prints and oversees the popular prints and ephemera collection. She joined the Metropolitan as a research assistant in 2012 and has held positions at the print shop Harlan & Weaver and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Active in the field of contemporary printmaking, Allison is a frequent contributor to the journal Art in Print and serves as treasurer for the Association of Print Scholars. She majored in art history and completed the museum studies certificate program at Conn and holds an MPhil from the Graduate Center of the City of New York, where she is a PhD candidate.
 
Nick Sizer '12 
Nick is a Director of Outdoor Sales at The Madison Square Garden Company (MSG).  His primary responsibilities include driving new revenue for the Knicks, Rangers, and most recently, launching new digital signage assets at MSG’s various properties. Before MSG, Nick worked at Van Wagner Communications, which was at the time the largest privately-held billboard company in the United States. Nick graduated from Connecticut College in 2012 with a major in Government and minors in History and Philosophy. He also participated in Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity Water Polo, and was a Housefellow in Harkness. Nick lives in New York City with Caroline Corbett '13 and a 11-month old rescue puppy.
 
Max Sgro ’11 
Max is a Confidential Assistant to the Associate Director for Health Programs at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in Washington, DC. In this role he supports the Office’s mission to provide budget, policy, management, and regulatory oversight for over $1 trillion in spending on a range of federal programs including Medicare, Medicaid, and Insurance Marketplaces. Max was a biology and Italian major at Conn. He was also an active member of Dasein Ultimate Frisbee and the Student Activities Council.