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Wall Street Council

The Providence College Wall Street Council was established to create a formal network of alumni, students, and parents in the financial profession, with the goal of helping students and alumni as they progress in their careers. The Wall Street Council supports career development of current students and alumni through organized events, informal networking, and ongoing engagement with the staff and faculty of the Providence College School of Business (PCSB). Council members play a critical role in preparing students for the demands of today’s business world by acting as mentors, influencing curriculum, and providing network-building opportunities.

Goals and Objectives:

  1. Engage New York City area alumni through a series of quarterly events that feature keynote speakers from the financial industry
  2. Provide an external, practically-focused perspective on curricular and co-curricular development of the Finance major and to the PCSB more broadly
  3. Act as a sounding board for current students, providing career advice, mentorship, and network-building opportunities


George Catrambone '05
SVP, Solutions & Trading
Kwaku Frimpong '14
Account Executive
Intersection Co.
Sean McKenna '08
Vice President
Goldman Sachs
Daniel Cellars '12
Market Risk Associate
Prudential Financial
Ian Goodman '14
Associate, Business Strategy
The Blackstone Group
Bridget McKenna-Corr '04
Director, Asset Management
Business Development
Silver Rock Financial
Brendan Collins '13
Neuberger Berman
Andrew Gorgone '09
VP, Business Development
Kelly Miskunas '13
Mortgage Trader
Clare Cuddihy '13
Research Assistant
Chris Gorgone '03
Managing Director
Man Group
John O'Donoghue '08
Vice President
Merrill Lynch
Jeff DiNapoli '04
VP Harbour Group/
Executive Director & Financial
Morgan Stanley
Zachary Harvey '16 (Co-Vice Chair)
Analyst, Capital Markets
New York Stock Exchange
Ryan Portenoy '12
Associate, Private Equity
The Blackstone Group
Maryellen Fazzino Doyle '03
Executive Director
Morgan Stanley Investment
Connor Heine '09
Financial Advisor
Merrill Lynch