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    Le Moyne College
    1419 Salt Springs Road,
    Syracuse, NY 13214


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    Meredith Tornabene

    Director, Career Advising & Development
    Meredith joined Career Advising & Development in 2017, coming from the Career Center at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. She previously worked in the Career Planning Center at Fairfield University, a fellow Jesuit institution. Meredith began her career in higher education at the University of Georgia as a graduate student pursuing a degree in College Student Affairs Administration. There, she worked in the Greek Life Office at UGA and then moved to Fairfield's Office of Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs. Meredith graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Public Relations and holds an MEd from the University of Georgia.

    Leslie Bailey Streissguth


    Associate Director, Career Advising & Development
    Leslie began her career journey at the University of Virginia, where she majored in Rhetoric and Communications. After working in the broadcast news industry, she went on to earn a Master’s of Teaching from Towson University. Over the years, she pursued a variety of careers—working in a fast-paced newsroom in Washington, D.C.; serving as a  middle school English teacher in Maryland; serving as a volunteer in the Syracuse community and Syracuse City Schools; and teaching public speaking at Le Moyne College—before joining the Career Advising team. Leslie's collective experiences led her to her work she loves and an appreciation for the perspectives she can offer students and alumni as they embark on their own paths. 

    R.J. Rapoza
    Associate Director, Career Advising & Development; Co-Director of Manresa
    R.J. graduated from SUNY Fredonia with a B.S. in Education and Theatre Arts and M.S. from SUNY Oswego with the intention of being an elementary school teacher. Trying to find a job in a scarce market, R.J. re-purposed his skills, taking on roles in employee training, working at the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, teaching at Finger Lakes Community College, and mentoring first generation college students. He comes to Le Moyne from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where he served in their Center for Career Services.

    Meghan Florkowski
    Assistant Director of Employer Relations
    Meghan joined the team in 2018, coming from the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University where she led nationally facing entrepreneurship programming for military veterans and spouses.  This work required the planning and execution of large-scale events as well as the development of entrepreneurship support networks across the nation.  Prior to her time at Syracuse University, Meghan worked in a variety of operations and program management roles while serving in the Army and in the non-profit sector.  Meghan is a graduate of the United States Military Academy with a B.S. in Engineering Psychology, minoring in Systems Engineering.  She holds an M.S. in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from California University of Pennsylvania.

    Christine Fahey '97
    Career Counselor
    Chrissy is a proud Le Moyne alumna with a B.S. in biology. Wanting to utilize her academic and interpersonal skills, Chrissy joined Aerotek, a national recruiting company which places professionals in Fortune 500 companies, in their Ft. Lauderdale, Florida office. Bridging her academic and business skill sets, Chrissy started a position with AstraZeneca, a global leader in bio-pharmaceuticals. After ten years and proving to be a top sales performer winning regional and national sales awards, Chrissy, looking for a new challenge, pivoted toward higher education, earning a Master’s in Student Affairs Counseling from Syracuse University in 2015. She now utilizes the skills she gained throughout her different career paths to help students begin their own career journeys.

    Crystal Simmons '14
    Administrative Assistant
    When Crystal first started college at Morrisville State College, she was intent on becoming a diet technician. She transferred to Le Moyne and changed her major to communications, where she flourished. It was through the guidance of staff helping her hone in on her strengths and passions that helped her make the switch. Through this experience, she learned the lesson that sometimes it’s just as important to know what you don’t want to do as it is to know what you do want to do.