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Keith Okrosy, MPA, CMCS is the Student Career Programs Manager at Hunter College, City University of New York. In this role, he provides support for students from all majors on their career decision making, planning, and adjustment as well as recruitment programming with employers from a diversity of fields, including healthcare, tech, business, and social services. He is an adjunct faculty at Mercy College and the College of Mount Saint Vincent and previously taught at The College of New Rochelle. He is an active member of several career development professional associations, including SVP, NACE, NCDA, NYSCDA, MACCA, and has served as aboard member in various capacities, including President, Past President, and Treasurer of the Metropolitan New York College Career Planning Officers Association (MNYCCPOA).

Baruch College, City University of New York awarded him the Pi Alpha Alpha Honors for achievements related to his master’s in public administration. He is a Certified Master of Career Services (NCDA 202) holds certificates in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory (certified 2007) and the Cornell University Industrial Labor Relations, Labor Studies Certificate Program (2004). Mr. Okrosy serves on the Radical Pedagogy Committee at Mercy College. He is currently providing research support at Mercy College to study identity development among women pursuing STEM careers, for which he received a Faculty Development Grant in the amount of $750. He was recently awarded third place for the 2019 CASAC Innovative CUNY Career Services Programs. He is actively involved as a union delegate and advisor for the Professional Staff Congress/CUNY Additionally, he has presented internationally at various symposia and conferences.

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