Some of our most successful alumni share their Emerson experiences and career advice.
Raj Sharma , '83
Managing Director of Investments/private wealth advisor, Merrill LynchBe a continuous learning machine. The best thing you can do is add to your knowledge in several dimensions.
Rev. Suzan Johnson Cook , '76
U.S. Ambassador-at-Large, International Religious Freedom, Former Emerson Trustee
Stay focused and never lose your dream. Dreams don't have an expiration date.
Samantha Sussman , '11
Graduate student in Communication DisordersSamantha Sussman shares her experience as a graduate student in the Communication Disorders program.
Sarah Lambert , '11
Graduate student in Global Marketing Communication & AdvertisingSarah Lambert is a graduate student in Global Marketing Communication & Advertising.
Shannon Kelley Felton , '10
British Consulate General in Boston; Deputy Head of Politics, Press, and Public Affairs
"It is essential in this job to know who’s who, and many of those people are Emersonians! We could have a coffee table book of impressive alumni."
Stacy McKee , MFA '99
Staff writer and co-executive producer, ABC-TVEducate yourself on all Emerson has to offer. Then, once you've read all about the amazing classes and far-away campuses and dream internships, get started on them. Right now!
Stephanie Hubbell , MS '14
Speech-language pathologist, Neighborhood Charter School
It was important to me to jump into a fast-paced program that combined rigorous academics with hands-on experience from the onset.
Terry Stackhouse , '12
Undergraduate student in JournalismTerry Stackhouse is an undergraduate student in journalism.
Thomas Shull , '08
Speech-language pathologist, Boston Public Schools
I never felt like learning at Emerson College was between me and a book. Ideas were alive--something to be debated, dismantled, and shared.
Tina Egnoski , MFA '97
WriterTake advantage of the other writers around you, both instructors and fellow students. Show them your work. Ask questions: What's working in this story? What's not working? - and listen to what they have to say with an open mind. Read their work and offer constructive criticism with an open heart. It's not about competition, but camaraderie.