Regina Resnick joined Columbia Business School as a member of the Office of MBA Career Services and has led it through its rebranding as the Career Management Center (CMC), serving an expanded portfolio of constituents. The CMC supports approximately 1,500 full-time MBA students, over 750 Executive MBA students, select MS students, and over 46,000 alumni. The CMC Leadership, Learning and Development team aligns with the School’s Leadership Lab to give students leadership training. The CMC maintains a career library with extensive digital media assets and offers one-on-one and group advising and a wide variety of workshops and events. Among recognized programming, the office hosted the Chazen International MBA Career Services Conference for 14 years, addressing key issues faced by international students.
As senior managing director, Ms. Resnick oversees a team of employer-relations specialists, career advisors, coaches, and peer CMC Fellows. She counsels students and alumni and works with MBA-hiring organizations to help them develop recruiting strategies. Ms. Resnick and her business development team conduct extensive outreach efforts to broaden the recruiter base for the School, and collaborate closely with the Executives in Residence and External Relations. Ms. Resnick speaks frequently at recruiting-related conferences and has served on MBA-related advisory boards. She was a 1998 recipient of the Robert W. Lear Award for extraordinary commitment to the student body.
Prior to coming to Columbia, Ms. Resnick was a partner at the advertising and communications firm Bozell Worldwide. She worked with a variety of clients in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. She started her post-MBA career at Saatchi & Saatchi. Directly out of college, Ms. Resnick was a research assistant in Washington, DC, for economic advisors to the President.
Ms. Resnick holds a MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BA from Tufts University.