Bauer Career Services Dean Will Lead Global Association

Published on July 6, 2016

Assistant Dean Jamie Belinne Will Help Connect Business Colleges to Employers in New Role

In her role as assistant dean, Jamie Belinne leads Bauer College’s Rockwell Career Center. As MBA CSEA president, she will lead a 19-member board of directors for the global professional association.

In her role as assistant dean, Jamie Belinne leads Bauer College’s Rockwell Career Center. As MBA CSEA president, she will lead a 19-member board of directors for the global professional association.

Bauer College Assistant Dean of Career Services Jamie Belinne recently took the reins of an international MBA Career Services association.

Belinne was elected to serve as president of the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance (MBA CSEA), a global professional association for individuals in the fields of graduate business career services and employers.

Founded in 1994 and with more than 800 members, MBA CSEA represents a diverse group of business schools and corporations around the world. The alliance serves to connect business school career services offices with recruiting professionals in order to equip students with the right tools for employment success.

Belinne, who is also one of the original founders of MBA CSEA, will be leading the 19-member board of directors with the responsibility of directing the strategic vision of the association.

“I am humbled and honored to be selected to lead this outstanding organization which represents the interests of so many leading corporations and business schools around the world,” Belinne said.

With over 25 years of experience leading and growing teams in HR, career services and nonprofits, Belinne will bring her knowledge into her new role as President of the organization.

Currently, Belinne leads Bauer College’s Rockwell Career Center, which provides professional resources and assistance to nearly 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for me to promote not only graduate business recruiting worldwide, but also to recognize the C. T. Bauer College of Business as a leader in MBA Career Services,” Belinne added.

By Priscilla Aceves