In just a few short years our alumni have gone on and done great things around the world. They have been able to leave footprints not only in our community but also in the global community. The traditions we have today exist in large part because of the energy and enthusiasm our alumni have displayed in their time at Binghamton
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Despite the community's young age, Mountainview College has already produced incredible alumni. Check out some of Mountainview's distinguished alumni here!
I am currently an Associate Producer at SportsNet New York. I started my career at an online PR firm right after college, and I tell people getting laid off was the best thing that ever happened to me! I was able to shift my career path into a field that a) I never even had considered back in college and b) in an industry I knew I belonged in from the get-go. Working in sports was a dream of mine since I was in 2nd grade watching Sportscenter on the way to school. Now, I get to bump elbows with David Wright in the Mets clubhouse, and go on a bunch of cool shoots interviewing current and former Mets, and working on other projects as well. I worked my butt off in college doing everything I could to ensure I had the job of my dreams when I graduated, and I'm proud to say I achieved that goal!!!
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Mark Liu is a Clinical Practice Supervisor at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, a world-renowned organization dedicated to the progressive control and cure of cancer. Memorial Sloan-Kettering works toward this goal through programs of patient care, scientific research and community education. In the department of Ambulatory Care, Mark supervises the day-to-day operations of the Breast Medicine and Surgery outpatient services. Mark is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and its local affiliate, Health Leaders of New York. Outside of work, Mark has volunteered as as tax preparer for working poor families in NYC and was a 2008 Fellow in the Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service (FELPS). He has served on the FELPS Alumni Board for three years, including one year as president and another as vice president of the board. He is in his fourth year as an Alumni Guide this year.
Mark graduated from Binghamton University in 2007 with a BS in Psychobiology and Sociology. His thesis explored ways of “Improving Cultural Competency of American Hospitals for Limited English Proficiency Populations.” He also recently completed a Master Certificate in Six Sigma in 2012. While at Binghamton University, he served as the associate director of a student-led economic think tank, volunteered regularly as an emergency medical technician and held several leadership positions in community student government. One of his major accomplishments was organizing an award-winning program to promote awareness and empower students to increase access to healthcare through his role in student government.
In his spare time, Mark enjoys running, competing in triathlons and playing volleyball.
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