- Nancy Ann Cintrón
- Bascillia Toussaint
- Navisha Maharaj
- Nicole McFarlane
- Diane Machado
- Nicholas Fronczak
- Roberto Herrera
- Enid Martinez
Nancy Ann Cintrón, Director of the Career Services Center, has been a member of the Center since 1990 when she started as a career advisor. She graduated with a B.A. in Business Education from Hunter College of CUNY. She received a Fellowship to pursue and earn her M.S.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling, with an emphasis in bilingual education, from CUNY’s College of Staten Island. She spent several months in Puerto Rico as part of this educational goal. Her diverse resume includes working in the corporate sector after graduating from Hunter College, teaching in the NYC public school system, working as the Registrar’s Graduation Coordinator at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY, and then serving as a faculty coordinator in LaGuardia’s cooperative education program. Ms. Cintron is a lifelong resident of the Bronx and has a long and very successful relationship with CUNY, both as a student, educator, and administrator.
Bascillia Toussaint has been a Career Adviser on the Career Services team since 2008. She has extensive training and experience in Human Resources from the corporate arena. Her abundance of knowledge in recruiting, training and development, employer/employee relations and career development are strong assets for the Center and the students it serves. She earned a B.A. degree in Psychology from CUNY’s Hunter College and an M.A. degree in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She recently earned a Professional Certificate in Career Planning and Development from New York University and is MBTI and SII certified. Bascillia’s diverse expertise is instrumental in her helping to guide students to flourish in their chosen careers.
Navisha Maharaj joined the Career Services Center in 2010. She serves as a Career Adviser for students in all Health Professions and pre-professional majors. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from CUNY’s Queens College and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Mercy College. In her previous employment as the Cooperative Education Coordinator and Career Counselor at Mercy College, Navisha has gained insights in working with students of all majors to develop and integrate the skills necessary for academic and career success. She completed a recent publication on Counselor Education with a specific focus on high school transition. Navisha resides in Westchester County.
Nicole McFarlane joined the Career Services staff in 2014 after working as a Career Advisor with the Sophomore Year Initiative program at Lehman College. She earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice from St. John’s University, M.S.W. from Columbia University’s School of Social Work, and M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University. With over eight years experience working in the non-profit sector and higher education, she has assisted students of diverse cultural and academic backgrounds achieve academic and career success. Nicole has worked as an Admissions Counselor and Transfer Coordinator with CUNY’s Central Office of Admission Services and as a Disability and Career Counselor with the CUNY LEADS Project at New York City Tech. Nicole’s academic and professional training in social work and education provides her with a dual perspective, appreciation, and sensitivity for the significant challenges students face on the path towards success.
Diane Machado has been a member of the Lehman Career Services staff since Fall 2014 as the Title V Career Services Advisor for undecided freshman and sophomore students. Prior to coming to Lehman, Diane worked in several private colleges directing career development and internship programs and also has experience in residence life, academic and international student advising. Diane holds an M. A. in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University, a B. S. in Psychology from Fordham University and has Myers Briggs Type Indicator Certification. She is a past president of MNYCCPOA (Metropolitan New York College Career Planning Officers Association) and has worked as a volunteer Career Advisor for Dress for Success.
Nicholas Fronczak joined the Career Services Center in 2014. He serves as the Internship Coordinator advising students regarding internships and career plans after graduation. Prior to joining Lehman College, Nicholas spent the past five years working in SUNY career centers including Buffalo and New Paltz, providing career counseling to students with diverse educational and professional backgrounds. Nicholas holds a Master of Science in Higher Education & Student Affairs Administration from SUNY Buffalo and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Flagler College. He is thrilled to be joining the team, and looks forward to developing and expanding new projects at the Career Services Center at Lehman College.
Roberto Herrera joined the Career Services staff in 2000. He is the Information Systems support in the Center and for the Student Affairs Division. He maintains the department website and provides technical support for the staff, as well as assisting student users in the Career Lab. He has a strong and diverse educational background in information technology and makes recommendations for new equipment and upgrades that advance the Center’s ability to provide state-of-the-art assistance for the staff and the students they serve. Roberto earned an A.A.S. degree in Data Processing from CUNY’s Hostos Community College and a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Lehman College of CUNY. Roberto lives in the Bronx.
Enid Martinez, a member of the staff since 2007, is the Office Manager in the Career Services Center. Her skills and personal nature add to the inviting atmosphere of the Center when students, faculty and staff visit. Enid earned a B.A. degree in Mass Media/Communications from CUNY’s Hunter College. Her background in the corporate sector, working in advertising and the architectural field, serves her well in her role in Career Services. She is a resident of the Bronx.
Last modified: Jan 12, 2015