Meet the Wasserman Center Team

Sue McNeilly

Director of Career Development

Industry Specialties: Real Estate & Global Sport
Location: Fairchild Building (7 East 12th Street)

Sue McNeilly (she/her), Director at the Wasserman Center for Career Development at the School of Professional Studies, joined NYU SPS in 2018. After more than 12 years of experience in housing administration at three different institutions on the east coast, Sue found herself making a pivot to fulfill her passion of assisting students in their career management. As the Director, Sue leads the overall management and strategy for the Center providing career education and industry connections. Through creative programs, high-quality coaching, strong industry outreach and experiential learning opportunities, NYU SPS students and alumni develop the necessary skills and strategies to navigate successful careers.

Sue is deeply invested in ally and advocacy work for communities that have been historically underrepresented and infuses that commitment into her work at the Wasserman Center and School of Professional Studies. She currently serves on the SPS Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging and Equity Standing Committee and enjoys helping students examine how their salient identities intersect with their careers through coaching and programs. Specifically, Sue specializes in working with students navigating racial identity and gender identity (including transgender and gender non-conforming) in the workplace.

Sue earned both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Hofstra University. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sue has found her home in New York and when she isn't at work, she is likely spending time with her family, watching her favorite sports teams - the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Yankees - or lifting weights at the gym.

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Diana DeCubellis

Associate Director of Career Development

Industry Specialties: Global Affairs, Financial Planning, DAUS-related studies, Sustainability
Location: Fairchild Building (7 East 12th Street)

With a background in edtech, career coaching and management, Diana loves helping students and alumni attain employment and supporting colleagues in their professional development. As the lead strategist for career coaching at the Center, Diana provides tools and skills to the coaching team to promote an understanding of coaching models and industry trends. Under Diana’s leadership, coaches are well-equipped to guide students through all phases of their career lifecycle. Her management of coaching operations and related resources and programming ensures students receive up-to-date industry insights and have a keen awareness of the hiring landscape.

Diana believes strongly in the importance of mentorship and currently serves on the Dean’s Scholars Mentor Program committee, the committee for Here to Here/SPS sponsored pathway programs, and as a mentor on student scholar programs including Fulbright, First Class and DICP. Diana’s coaching passions include preparing students for the future of work and helping them explore careers in sustainability related roles.

She holds coaching certifications from CTI and the ICF and training from Stanford University’s Life Design Studio. Diana is also a fellow Violet and holds a BA from NYU/TSOA.  In her free time her hobbies include travel, gardening, the arts and cooking. 

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Nourine Bhimani

Assistant Director

NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development

Industry Specialties: Global Hospitality & Event Management, Integrated Marketing & Communications
Location: Fairchild Building (7 East 12th Street)

Nourine (she/her) is an Assistant Director & Career Coach at the NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development where she empowers undergraduate & graduate students as well as alumni to achieve their professional goals and guides them through the challenges of finding their ideal career path. With a wealth of experience in a variety of work settings and roles, Nourine’s career journey has been anything but conventional. She brings with her a multi-function and multi-culture experience and hence, in her current role she is well equipped to help students make successful transitions between jobs and industries. Nourine is skilled at identifying transferable skills in students and helping them articulate their value proposition to potential employers. Nourine is the liaison for the Global Hospitality and Integrated Marketing & Communications departments and brings a deep understanding of these industries to career education and employer engagement work to the team.

As an international professional and a First Generation Immigrant, Nourine understands the unique challenges faced by those studying and working in a foreign country. She is adept at providing guidance and support to help international students navigate the complexities of studying abroad, finding employment and being successful in a new culture. As an advocate for intercultural competence and an enthusiast for experiential learning, Nourine believes in the power of  hands-on, cross-cultural learning experiences in helping students build the skills they need to thrive in today's multicultural workplaces. She is dedicated to working coherently and seamlessly with academic stakeholders in creating suitable programming to achieve this goal.

Currently, Nourine is pursuing International Coaching Federation (ICF) credentialing through the Executive Coaching Certificate from New York University. She also holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Baruch College (CUNY), New York, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in Marketing from the University of Pune, India. Outside of work, Nourine is a passionate volunteer and strongly believes in the ethos of “giving back”. She is an active member of several professional associations; Ismaili Professionals Network (a faith based professional organization), National Career Development Association (NCDA), New Jersey Career Development Association(NJCDA) and the Metropolitan New York College Career Planning Officers Association (MNYCCPOA) . When Nourine is not coaching, she enjoys cooking, nature, reading, and writing. In her free time, she is devoted to either her diary or her skillet.

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Tiffany Garcia

Assistant Director

NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development

Industry Specialties: Human Capital Management, Publishing, Management & Systems, Project Management, Professional Writing & Translation
Location: Midtown Center (20 W. 43rd Street)

Tiffany is an Assistant Director, Career Coach at the NYU SPS Wasserman Center. She is extremely passionate about helping students navigate their professional and academic careers with ease. As a coach, she believes in empowering students at every point of their career journey by identifying strengths, exploring their passions, and creating meaningful connections between their past and future aspirations.

Tiffany is deeply passionate about professional development volunteer work and makes herself available to share and learn. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the International Coaching Federation. She frequently volunteers her time to coach new first-gen professionals, career changers, and executives as they manage their job search, professional roles, and seek to transform their teams . At NYU SPS, she supports the following academic programs: Human Capital Management, Professional Writing & Translation, Publishing, and the Management & Technology Programs.

Before joining Wasserman in December 2018, Tiffany worked in Admissions and Enrollment Management in South Florida and CUNY New York City College of Technology. She earned her B.S. in Legal Studies from St. John’s University, her M.S. in Higher Education Administration from Florida International University, and most recently her Executive Coaching Certificate here at NYU!

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Nicole Isenhour

Career Coach

NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development

Location: Virtual

Nicole Isenhour is part-time career coach at the NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development where she provides customized support to undergraduate and graduate students and alumni on their career development needs.

Nicole brings innovation, energy and strong ideas to students in order to help them advance in their career. Her specialties include helping students make better brand impressions. Nicole conducts 20+ tailored coaching sessions per week for a diverse population of undergraduate, graduate students and alumni on career assessment, negotiation of offers, ethical/professional conduct, informational interviewing, and resume/cover letter writing and branding.  She has designed and delivered effective workshops on topics including but not limited to; networking strategies, leveraging social media in the job search, resume building, interviewing skills and marketing your degree.

Prior to her current coaching role, Nicole gained experience at several premier institutions, most notably as Manager of Employer Relations at the New York University Wasserman Center for Career Development. She has also worked successfully in the Marketing and Advertising world in both New York City and Boston.

She holds a Bachelors from Syracuse University in Communications and a Masters from Northeastern University in College Student Development and Counseling and is currently obtaining her ICF certification training.

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Sandy DeShong

Employer Engagement & Data Assessment Administrator

NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development

Location: Fairchild Building (7 East 12th Street)

Sandy DeShong joined the SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development in 2022, in a newly developed role that oversees cultivating and enhancing relationships with employers that result in career opportunities for NYU SPS students and alumni, as well as assisting in data analysis and marketing initiatives.

After extensive experience in the private sector (ESPN, Scholastic, National Basketball Association, American Express), Sandy transitioned her career to work in the field of workforce development, mainly employer partnerships & engagement. While at the Mayor’s Office of Youth Employment, Sandy worked to expand and improve opportunities for young adults to gain work experiences, add skills, and explore potential career interests and prepare for success in the world of work.

This was an intentional pivot for Sandy, during her career Sandy has been a passionate advocate of providing access and opportunity to young adults and after her work in the private sector, wanted to turn that passion into identifying and working with employers to engage talent in ways that match their capacity and interests. Sandy’s experience in the corporate world has well positioned her to work as a conduit in career development and education and provide support to all programs at NYU SPS.

She holds a BA in Education from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania and a MBA (Masters of Business Administrator) from the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business. She is a sports enthusiast and in her free time she enjoys spending time with family, running, and pilates.

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Angelina Gamradt

Administrative Aide

NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development

Location: Fairchild Building (7 East 12th Street)

Angelina is the Administrative Aide at the Wasserman Center for Career Development at the School of Professional Studies. Angelina provides support to both students and employers looking to partner with the SPS Wasserman Center and manages the reception area and the Center’s student-worker staff. Prior to joining SPS Wasserman in March 2021, Angelina worked at the English Language Institute at NYU SPS. She earned her B.A. in Film Studies from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and her M.A. in Higher Education Administration at NYU. In her free time she enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching documentaries, learning to play cello and playing with her two dogs.

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