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Congratulations to Our Editors Graduating Early!

Rua Dinm

This semester two of Stillman Exchange’s excellent editors are graduating. Congratulations to Amy Chin and Priscilla Febus for graduating early.

Amy Chin:
A marketing and IT Management double major, one of our own editors, Amy Chin, will be graduating this fall. Before getting to this point, Amy was heavily involved on Seton Hall’s campus. An active member of the Buccino Leadership Institute, she participated in various initiatives within the business cohort and was the foundational director of the Institute’s Strategic Communications Initiative.

Pictured above is Amy Chin (Photo courtesy of Robin Schilke)

Amy has been part of The Stillman Exchange’s editorial staff since her freshman year and this most recent year served as president of Seton Hall’s newly founded Girls Who Code college loop. Amy was also an active member of Alpha Gamma Delta. During her time at Seton Hall, she was able to help professors complete their research and conduct her own. As her capstone leadership project for the Business Leadership Center, Amy conducted market research to better understand Generation Z’s perspective on diversity, equity, and inclusion and its implications in the workplace. Beyond the classroom, Amy interned for an experiential marketing agency and a digital marketing agency before landing an internship at Showtime Networks (owned by ViacomCBS). After graduation, Amy will continue working at Showtime after accepting a full-time role as a Business Intelligence Analyst. At a media conglomerate like ViacomCBS, Amy has found a professional environment that allows her to combine her passion for television and media with her market research and data analytics skills.

Priscilla Febus:
Priscilla Febus is graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a minor in Political Science. During her time at Seton Hall, she was the Vice President and Public Relations Officer of Adelante Latino/a Student Organization, Senator for the College of Communication & the Arts in Student Government Association, Business Fashion Editor for the Stillman Exchange, and founding Vice President of Minority Pre-Law Association. She was also an inaugural member of the Lloyd McBride Leadership Center in the Buccino Leadership Institute and a Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute Scholar.

Pictured above is Priscilla Febus (Photo courtesy of Priscilla Febus)

Outside of Seton Hall, Febus interned at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, 42 Growth Strategies, and Violet PR. Upon graduating, she will be starting her career as a Program Manager at the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership and hopes to pursue graduate school in the near future.


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