The School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE) has announced the hiring of three new staff members for spring 2021. By joining the SSE’s professional infrastructure, Jessica Rosa M.A., Tanisha Green M.A. and Rachel Narozniak M.A. will add impact to the school's network of faculty and staff, which seeks to enrich the student experience, prepare students for success post-graduation and aid initiatives that bolster the SSE’s standing as a global leader in systems science and engineering.
“I am pleased to welcome our new staff members to the SSE this spring and look forward to working with them,” said Dean Yehia Massoud. “They are a testament to the SSE’s growth and will be instrumental to the efforts that contribute to our school’s standing as a pioneer in systems-based approaches and creative solutions.”
The new SSE staff members for spring 2021 are:
Jessica Rosa M.A., Director of Student Success: Jessica Rosa M.A. comes to the SSE from Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science, where she served as the assistant dean of graduate student services. A student affairs professional with more than a decade of experience in advising and academic administration, Rosa holds a master’s degree in Higher Education & Organizational Change from the University of California, Los Angeles. At Stevens, she seeks to ensure that SSE students have the tools and resources they need to succeed academically and will work closely with the faculty, students and the administration to identify areas of improvement that will enhance the student experience.
Tanisha Green M.A., Financial Analyst: Tanisha Green M.A. brings 20-plus years of finance and accounting expertise across the public and nonprofit sectors to Stevens, where she will be a cornerstone of the SSE’s financial analytics initiatives through the application of her financial accounting acumen. Prior to joining the SSE’s team, Green, who holds a master’s degree in accounting from Rutgers University Camden, was an accounting director for Easter Seals of New Jersey. Green was a key driver of Easter Seals' various analytical functions including budgeting and forecasting, cash management, financial analysis and reporting.
Rachel Narozniak M.A., Communications Manager: Rachel Narozniak M.A. will lead the planning, development and execution of SSE communications across school channels. Narozniak holds a master’s degree in English from George Washington University, where she served in the Elliot School of Business/Writing in the Disciplines program. She looks forward to spearheading communications about the SSE’s robust research and innovation to further acquaint national and global audiences with the school's novel technologies and initiatives.