Three stories of Fordham alumni in pursuit of meaningful work
Conversations with three different Fordham alumni -- all in transition, and all in pursuit of meaningful work: a philosopher-turned-musician, a stockbroker-turned-teaching assistant, and a painter-turned-lawyer.
Johnny Pacia talks about mustering the gumption to leave academia. George Papadimas talks about weathering the economic storm with optimism, and how the Career Continuance Support Group at Fordham has been helpful. And Ralph Wolf explains how applying the law in the Bronx County Family Court isn't so different from painting, after all.