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  • Nancy Ancowitz

    Nancy Ancowitz

    Director, Office of Career Services

    Biography:

    Nancy is a career coach and author of Self-Promotion for Introverts®. Nancy helps clients—introverts and extroverts alike—with vital career-building and leadership skills. She teaches career-advancement courses, including virtual and in-person presentation skills and business writing, at NYU. Nancy spent 12 years on Wall Street, where she was recognized for running marketing programs for a multibillion-dollar business as a vice president at JP Morgan Chase & Co; before that, at Citibank, she received an outstanding achievement award for her marketing proposal innovations for international client organizations. A blogger for Psychology Today and formerly for Salary.com, Nancy has been published in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Her work has also been featured in the Financial Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Inc.com, Monster.com, CNN.com, WABC-TV, 1010 WINS radio, and CIO, Entrepreneur, and O, the Oprah Magazine. Nancy holds a BS in Communication from Boston University and she did graduate work at the NYU Stern School of Business. She is an International Coaching Federation Professional Certified Coach.

  • Ariane Saney

    Ariane Saney

    Director, Office of Career Services

    Biography:

    Ariane started her career at DIS Research, followed by Sungard and CIFG. She held various roles, at times simultaneously working in different departments, including administration, finance, human resources, pre-sales, operations, and financial engineering. Prior to joining NYU Courant, she was Assistant Dean at Fordham Gabelli School of Business working in the office of Academic Advising, where she supported M.S. students in the Quant and Global finance programs as well as the M.S. in Management program. She is a U.S. Chapter Board Member and Managing Director at the International Humanistic Management Association. Her company ARCScala is primarily focused on serving students. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Boston University and an M.S. in Education Administration & Supervision from Fordham University.