Marcia Katz

Director, Career Development and Alumni Engagement

Marcia Katz (she/her) started her business career at Coopers & Lybrand (PwC), where she was a Supervisor on the Audit Staff.  As a consultant for the Boston Management Consortium, she worked in the Teaming for Change Project at the Boston Public Library and the Strategic Planning and Community Mobilization Project for the Boston Police Department. 

Marcia was an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Simmons College School of Management, where she received her MBA. At Brandeis International Business School, she created the first ever “for credit” career course for graduate students: Launching Your Global Career.  Marcia has received two “Excellence in Teaching” awards from teaching the course. 

As Director of Career Development and Alumni Engagement, Marcia coaches and advises graduate business students, develops and maintains recruiting relationships with alumni and employers, and provides a leadership role within the department. She is a member and has held leadership roles in local and national Career organizations: Boston MA/MBA Career Consortium and MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance.

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Want Direct Access to Top Employers? Attend the 2022 ALPFA Convention!

Association of Latin Professionals for America (ALPFA) is one of the longest standing and most popular affinity clubs at the Brandeis International Business School.

Why should you join ALPFA? For one thing, although it is a Latin affinity club, it …

By Marcia Katz
Marcia Katz Director, Career Development and Alumni Engagement
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Stepping Onto the Platform of Life

To the Graduates of the Brandeis International Business School,

I congratulate you and wish you the very best today, and as you step onto the platform of life after earning your coveted graduate degree! This has been a year that …

By Marcia Katz
Marcia Katz Director, Career Development and Alumni Engagement
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Feeling Zoom Fatigue? You’re Not Alone!

Zoom fatigue is a topic of conversation practically everywhere. While some of us begin easing our way back into classrooms and offices, others have a way to go. And even post-pandemic, portions of the virtual world are likely here to …

By Marcia Katz
Marcia Katz Director, Career Development and Alumni Engagement
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