Korab R. Sejdiu ’01 (international business and economics) is one of the founding partners and Managing Director of Sejdiu & Qerkini, LLC in Kosovo. In 2004, he received his J.D. from Widener University and before returning to Kosovo in 2007, he clerked for the New Jersey Supreme Court and then joined a prestigious Philadelphia law firm, representing Fortune 500 clients on corporate and commercial issues. Click here to read about Mr. Sejdiu’s numerous contributions including serving as the Legal Adviser and Counsel to the President of the Republic of Kosovo and Chairman of the Board of the Civil Rights Program / Kosovo. He frequently teaches law, most recently at the American University in Kosovo (AUK).
Finance alumnus Bryan Kuderna ’09 completed the Mont-Tremblant ironman fund-raiser triathlon in August, raising $3,500 for The Community YMCA of Monmouth County’s Scholarship Fund. “It was harder than anything I could have imagined, but I had a blast […] The bike race was a killer. The hills were unbelievable. It really felt like it was impossible. That was as close as I came to quitting.” The former TCNJ football player — an active member of the School of Business Alumni Chapter — trained rigorously for the event. Kuderna is a Certified Financial Planner with the Kuderna Financial Team. Read more about the Ironman here, and his tips for preparing for and completing the ultimate fitness test here.
As Vice President of Marketing for Alliance Life Sciences, Morayea Pindziak ’99, has responsibility for building the brand both in the marketplace and internally. At TCNJ, she serves on the Dean Keep’s Advisory Council and has held board positions with the School of Business Alumni Association. She actively supports future business leaders and marketers by providing mentorship, participating as a judge for the annual Mayo Business Plan Competition, and moderating alumni/student panels. Read more here.
Michael Park (finance, 2009) completed his MBA at NYU Stern and is currently Associate Brand Manager at Johnson & Johnson where he has earned several awards including the James E. Burke Marketing Award, Eagle Award, and Standard of Leadership Award in 2015. He was recently named CEO of New Jersey Young Professionals, the largest social networking firm in the state.