This episode features Joey Cofone. Joey is a graphic designer and the CEO of Baronfig. He has extensive work experience in the field of graphic design and has worked for companies such as Russo Bros & Company, Wigolia Design, Penguin Random House and The school of Visual Arts, where he also earned his bachelors in graphic design. On top of all that, Joey is a Seton Hall alum and member of the class of 09.
This episode features Alan Paul. Alan is a two-time New York Times best-selling author and musician. His last two books – 2019’s Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan and 2014’s One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band – both debuted in the New York Times Nonfiction Hardcover Best Seller’s List.
This episode features Ed Bitterle. Ed is a Seton Hall alum and earned an MBA from the University of Connecticut. He has over three decades of experience working at ADP, most recently serving as the Chief Talent Acquisition Officer and has held many other leadership positions at the company. In this episode, Ed gives advice on how to succeed in the business world and grow as a leader.
This episode features Rev. Forrest Pritchett. A member of the Seton Hall community since 1978, Pritchett is heavily involved in the African American community. He has been the assistant dean of the Black Studies Center and an adjunct professor in the department of Africana. He currently serves as director of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Program. It was in early 2016 that the office of President Barack Obama, along with the Corporation for National Community Service, presented Pritchett with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The professor also won the Pirate Pride Award from 1999-2000, the University McQuaid Medal in 2003 and Employee of the Year in 2008