“Ramapo gave me opportunities to find myself as an individual, leader and community member. I learned so much beyond the classroom that has had a direct effect on my professional life. The value of going to a small college meant I knew my professors by name and they took a vested interest in my learning and leadership. I challenged myself to take on many roles at Ramapo from running organizations, honor societies, residence life and LGBTQI peer services. Balancing my studies, work and personal life was a great training ground for “real life.” The amount of public speaking through giving presentations, guest lectures and participating in colloquia really imbued a sense of confidence that has always been helpful when I write, present and speak publicly. It also directly impacted me becoming a business leader, advising companies across the country and helping them grow. I will be forever grateful for my experience, opportunities and connections I made at Ramapo.” – Tiffany Freud ’04 graduated with double majors in Psychology and Social Science with a concentration in Gender Studies. While at Ramapo, Tiffany received the Leadership Award, the Who’s Who 2004, and the Residence Life Programmer of the Year award. She was also involved as the PsiChi President, PsyCo President, a member of the honor society, Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), a Gay Peer Services Coordinator (now known as a Queer Peer Advocate) and as an SSHS Advisor. Tiffany also was a teaching assistant for Intro to Psychology and worked with the Director of the Women’s Center to bring the first Safe Zone Training to faculty and staff. Tiffany is now the CEO and Consultant at Infinite Vision and is the Executive Director of the International Association for STEM Leaders in DC.