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The Northeastern Next Podcast is your channel to your global alumni network. In this show, we will catch up with alumni to hear what they do every day to achieve what’s next, and learn about their journey after Northeastern.

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Jess Fracalossi, AS'10: Raise the Bar

Sweat. Inspire. Transform. Raise the Bar. You’ll find these words on the walls of The Handle Bar Indoor Cycling Studio, founded by Jess Fracalossi, AS'10, in 2013, with a mission far beyond the bike. Six years later, she has four award-winning locations in Boston, loyal riders, and a brand centered around passion, community, and wellness. From angel investors and the brick and mortar real estate game, to hiring a strong team to support the business, Jess is an ambitious fitness entrepreneur. Her impact reaches farther than spin class, and her nonprofit branch, “Handle with Care” tackles stigma around mental illness through local community events. Visit: handlebarcycling.com Follow on Instagram: @the_handle_bar

27 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Jess Fracalossi, AS'10: Raise the Bar

Jason Yau, DMSB’17: The Nike of Hong Kong

In a world of Nike, Adidas, Reebok, and Under Armour, is it possible to break through and create a new and competitive sportswear brand? Jason Yau, DMSB’17, founder of Zyphr apparel, thinks so. Athletes in Hong Kong rely on foreign brands, and Jason saw a gap in the market for his homegrown premium sportswear company. With global fast fashion trends and low barriers to entry, Jason is setting his brand apart by focusing on the quality, and creating a perfect match between performance fabrics and fashion. Jason is also a member of the Young Global Leaders—alumni who help advance the international scope of the university. Visit: zyphrapparel.com Instagram: @zyphr_apparel Attend: Dream, Discover, Disrupt | Nov. 19 | A Celebration of Entrepreneurs at Northeastern

26 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Jason Yau, DMSB’17: The Nike of Hong Kong

Brian Shea, CJ'97: Scene of the Crime

Crime thriller novels and TV shows have always been popular, but author Brian Shea, CJ’97 has literally been at the scene of the crime. After serving in the US Navy, Brian spent over 10 years in law enforcement as a detective, and now writes what he knows. What do a terrorist, human trafficker, and serial killer have in common? They’ve all been hunted by his leading character, FBI agent, Nick Lawrence. Brian has mastered the art of creating the suspenseful “page turner” and at Northeastern, when not in class, he was usually found with his nose in a book. His most recent crime thriller series is set in Boston, and the first book, Murder Board, hit the bestseller list on Amazon and held the #1 spot for New Release in the Mystery category. Visit: brianchristophershea.com Get Murder Board at Barnes & Noble or Amazon

28 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Brian Shea, CJ'97: Scene of the Crime

Sophia Moon, MBA’13: Everyone Is Creative

Sophia Moon, MBA’13, is an artist, entrepreneur, marketing consultant, and community builder who has always followed passion in her career. Instead of a side hustle, she designed a life she loves with many major hustles, giving each her full attention. She now owns Essem Art Studio in Charlestown, MA, leading art and music labs for children. She is also the Boston Chapter host of Creative Mornings, a monthly lecture series and global movement of 206 chapters in 65 countries. With only 24 hours in a day, how did she do this? By networking! We all use the “networking” buzz word in the pursuit of career dreams, but Sophia gives real advice on how to create relationships that can help you succeed. Check out Creative Mornings and find a chapter near you: creativemornings.com Follow Sophia on Instagram @iamsophiamoon

38 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Sophia Moon, MBA’13: Everyone Is Creative

Jonathan Ulman, AS’04, MPS’12: Beat of His Own Drum

When he was 11, Jonathan Ulman dreamed of playing drums with Pearl Jam. Fast forward to today, he is a three-time winner of the Boston Music Award's Session Musician of the Year, a teacher at the Berklee College of Music, and has over 20 years of experience playing in live concerts and on hundreds of records. Jonathan understands the hustle involved in making a music career a reality, but more importantly how to market yourself—a skill relevant in every industry. How do you become ready for your big break or dream job? How do you hone your craft and build the skills that will propel you past your goals while redefining new ones? Visit: jonathanulman.com Follow: @jmudrums on instagram and twitter Vote: bostonmusicawards.com/vote

32 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Jonathan Ulman, AS’04, MPS’12: Beat of His Own Drum

Bonus Episode: Volunteer Impact Around the World

Northeastern alumni programming spans the globe, serving more than 257,000 community members. Who makes it possible? Our volunteers! Hear from some our community leaders from France, Brazil, Spain, Greece, Singapore, the UK, and Boston, about why they choose to come back to serve their alma mater. If you are interested in getting involved, visit: alumni.northeastern.edu/leader Our featured leaders include: France - Fred Hoffman, BHS’79 Brazil - Gabriella Silva, CPS’20 and Rodrigo Vieira, DMSB’11 Singapore - Yuki Shuck, DMSB’17 United Kingdom - MJ Paradiso, DMSB’10 Spain - Elena Hernandez, CPS’02 Greece - Peter Contis, MBA’83, MS’86 Boston - Shaun Hamilton, DMSB’14 Office of Alumni Relations - Ilana Gensler, MA’19

34 MIN2019 MAY 28
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Bonus Episode: Volunteer Impact Around the World

Dani Babineau, AS’10 and Dan Carlson, AS’10: Brewing for Social Impact

What happens when you combine a love of craft beer with a passion to do good? You get Redemption Rock Brewing Co., led by alumni Dani Babineau, AS’10, and Dan Carlson, AS’10. Their brewing company is a registered benefit corporation—a for-profit organization that is legally bound to include positive social, community, or environmental impact. Redemption Rock brews for the community, focusing on local partnerships, corporate transparency, women in business and beer, and above all—good citizenship. So how did an architecture and journalism major end up creating a socially-conscious brewery? Listen to their story! Visit: redemptionrock.beer Follow: @rr_brewingco on Instagram

18 MIN2019 MAY 14
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Dani Babineau, AS’10 and Dan Carlson, AS’10: Brewing for Social Impact

Sarah Stokey, AS'10: The Alaskan Husky

Sarah Stokey could be a Hollywood action hero. The Massachusetts native moved to Alaska after graduation, to pursue her dream of sled dog racing. In 2019, she finished her second Iditarod race—a grueling 1,000-mile sled dog race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. From an early age, Sarah discovered her love of dogs, and took a leap of faith in making it a full-time career. Sarah is both a musher and an entrepreneur and runs the Turning Heads Kennel with her partner, where they breed Alaskan huskies for racing. Sarah's company leads year-round sled dog and helicopter tours in Seward, Alaska, and was nominated by USA Today as a readers’ choice top helicopter tour in North America. Follow @turningheadskennel on instagram and @turningheadsAK on twitter Visit: turningheadskennel.com Vote for Seward Helicopter Tours: USA Today Readers' Choice

21 MIN2019 APR 30
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Sarah Stokey, AS'10: The Alaskan Husky

Daniel Clarke, DMSB'12: Escape the Zoo

Daniel Clarke, DMSB’12, always had a passion for storytelling, entrepreneurship, and supporting wildlife. After graduating from Northeastern, he moved to Los Angeles to start a wildlife media company. In his podcast, "Escape the Zoo," Daniel interviews leading wildlife photographers, conservationists, and scientists to learn about the awe-inspiring species we share a planet with, revealing the beautiful and sometimes extreme stories from the wild. Daniel is also a documentary filmmaker, and is finishing a project uncovering the ethical dilemma of feral cats and the critically endangered native species of Hawaii. Visit: @escapethezoo on instagram Escapethezoo.tv feraldocumentary.com

19 MIN2019 APR 16
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Daniel Clarke, DMSB'12: Escape the Zoo

Charles Cormier, BHS'17: The Fun in Fundraising

As a people person who was looking to make an impact, Charles Cormier, BHS’17, spent his five years at Northeastern studying health sciences just to realize that he did not want to pursue healthcare as a career. In his final year, he found his passion for fundraising through Northeastern's Senior Legacy Committee—a senior-led, senior-focused student group that encourages giving. Starting at Harvard University, and recently returning to Northeastern, Charles has worked in higher education fundraising for almost two years, and currently oversees the same student group that he was a member of during his undergraduate. Visit: givingday.northeastern.edu Connect with Charles on NUsource, your new exclusive Northeastern networking platform.

22 MIN2019 APR 2
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Charles Cormier, BHS'17: The Fun in Fundraising

Latest Episodes

Jess Fracalossi, AS'10: Raise the Bar

Sweat. Inspire. Transform. Raise the Bar. You’ll find these words on the walls of The Handle Bar Indoor Cycling Studio, founded by Jess Fracalossi, AS'10, in 2013, with a mission far beyond the bike. Six years later, she has four award-winning locations in Boston, loyal riders, and a brand centered around passion, community, and wellness. From angel investors and the brick and mortar real estate game, to hiring a strong team to support the business, Jess is an ambitious fitness entrepreneur. Her impact reaches farther than spin class, and her nonprofit branch, “Handle with Care” tackles stigma around mental illness through local community events. Visit: handlebarcycling.com Follow on Instagram: @the_handle_bar

27 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Jess Fracalossi, AS'10: Raise the Bar

Jason Yau, DMSB’17: The Nike of Hong Kong

In a world of Nike, Adidas, Reebok, and Under Armour, is it possible to break through and create a new and competitive sportswear brand? Jason Yau, DMSB’17, founder of Zyphr apparel, thinks so. Athletes in Hong Kong rely on foreign brands, and Jason saw a gap in the market for his homegrown premium sportswear company. With global fast fashion trends and low barriers to entry, Jason is setting his brand apart by focusing on the quality, and creating a perfect match between performance fabrics and fashion. Jason is also a member of the Young Global Leaders—alumni who help advance the international scope of the university. Visit: zyphrapparel.com Instagram: @zyphr_apparel Attend: Dream, Discover, Disrupt | Nov. 19 | A Celebration of Entrepreneurs at Northeastern

26 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Jason Yau, DMSB’17: The Nike of Hong Kong

Brian Shea, CJ'97: Scene of the Crime

Crime thriller novels and TV shows have always been popular, but author Brian Shea, CJ’97 has literally been at the scene of the crime. After serving in the US Navy, Brian spent over 10 years in law enforcement as a detective, and now writes what he knows. What do a terrorist, human trafficker, and serial killer have in common? They’ve all been hunted by his leading character, FBI agent, Nick Lawrence. Brian has mastered the art of creating the suspenseful “page turner” and at Northeastern, when not in class, he was usually found with his nose in a book. His most recent crime thriller series is set in Boston, and the first book, Murder Board, hit the bestseller list on Amazon and held the #1 spot for New Release in the Mystery category. Visit: brianchristophershea.com Get Murder Board at Barnes & Noble or Amazon

28 MIN2019 OCT 29
Comments
Brian Shea, CJ'97: Scene of the Crime

Sophia Moon, MBA’13: Everyone Is Creative

Sophia Moon, MBA’13, is an artist, entrepreneur, marketing consultant, and community builder who has always followed passion in her career. Instead of a side hustle, she designed a life she loves with many major hustles, giving each her full attention. She now owns Essem Art Studio in Charlestown, MA, leading art and music labs for children. She is also the Boston Chapter host of Creative Mornings, a monthly lecture series and global movement of 206 chapters in 65 countries. With only 24 hours in a day, how did she do this? By networking! We all use the “networking” buzz word in the pursuit of career dreams, but Sophia gives real advice on how to create relationships that can help you succeed. Check out Creative Mornings and find a chapter near you: creativemornings.com Follow Sophia on Instagram @iamsophiamoon

38 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Sophia Moon, MBA’13: Everyone Is Creative

Jonathan Ulman, AS’04, MPS’12: Beat of His Own Drum

When he was 11, Jonathan Ulman dreamed of playing drums with Pearl Jam. Fast forward to today, he is a three-time winner of the Boston Music Award's Session Musician of the Year, a teacher at the Berklee College of Music, and has over 20 years of experience playing in live concerts and on hundreds of records. Jonathan understands the hustle involved in making a music career a reality, but more importantly how to market yourself—a skill relevant in every industry. How do you become ready for your big break or dream job? How do you hone your craft and build the skills that will propel you past your goals while redefining new ones? Visit: jonathanulman.com Follow: @jmudrums on instagram and twitter Vote: bostonmusicawards.com/vote

32 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Jonathan Ulman, AS’04, MPS’12: Beat of His Own Drum

Bonus Episode: Volunteer Impact Around the World

Northeastern alumni programming spans the globe, serving more than 257,000 community members. Who makes it possible? Our volunteers! Hear from some our community leaders from France, Brazil, Spain, Greece, Singapore, the UK, and Boston, about why they choose to come back to serve their alma mater. If you are interested in getting involved, visit: alumni.northeastern.edu/leader Our featured leaders include: France - Fred Hoffman, BHS’79 Brazil - Gabriella Silva, CPS’20 and Rodrigo Vieira, DMSB’11 Singapore - Yuki Shuck, DMSB’17 United Kingdom - MJ Paradiso, DMSB’10 Spain - Elena Hernandez, CPS’02 Greece - Peter Contis, MBA’83, MS’86 Boston - Shaun Hamilton, DMSB’14 Office of Alumni Relations - Ilana Gensler, MA’19

34 MIN2019 MAY 28
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Bonus Episode: Volunteer Impact Around the World

Dani Babineau, AS’10 and Dan Carlson, AS’10: Brewing for Social Impact

What happens when you combine a love of craft beer with a passion to do good? You get Redemption Rock Brewing Co., led by alumni Dani Babineau, AS’10, and Dan Carlson, AS’10. Their brewing company is a registered benefit corporation—a for-profit organization that is legally bound to include positive social, community, or environmental impact. Redemption Rock brews for the community, focusing on local partnerships, corporate transparency, women in business and beer, and above all—good citizenship. So how did an architecture and journalism major end up creating a socially-conscious brewery? Listen to their story! Visit: redemptionrock.beer Follow: @rr_brewingco on Instagram

18 MIN2019 MAY 14
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Dani Babineau, AS’10 and Dan Carlson, AS’10: Brewing for Social Impact

Sarah Stokey, AS'10: The Alaskan Husky

Sarah Stokey could be a Hollywood action hero. The Massachusetts native moved to Alaska after graduation, to pursue her dream of sled dog racing. In 2019, she finished her second Iditarod race—a grueling 1,000-mile sled dog race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. From an early age, Sarah discovered her love of dogs, and took a leap of faith in making it a full-time career. Sarah is both a musher and an entrepreneur and runs the Turning Heads Kennel with her partner, where they breed Alaskan huskies for racing. Sarah's company leads year-round sled dog and helicopter tours in Seward, Alaska, and was nominated by USA Today as a readers’ choice top helicopter tour in North America. Follow @turningheadskennel on instagram and @turningheadsAK on twitter Visit: turningheadskennel.com Vote for Seward Helicopter Tours: USA Today Readers' Choice

21 MIN2019 APR 30
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Sarah Stokey, AS'10: The Alaskan Husky

Daniel Clarke, DMSB'12: Escape the Zoo

Daniel Clarke, DMSB’12, always had a passion for storytelling, entrepreneurship, and supporting wildlife. After graduating from Northeastern, he moved to Los Angeles to start a wildlife media company. In his podcast, "Escape the Zoo," Daniel interviews leading wildlife photographers, conservationists, and scientists to learn about the awe-inspiring species we share a planet with, revealing the beautiful and sometimes extreme stories from the wild. Daniel is also a documentary filmmaker, and is finishing a project uncovering the ethical dilemma of feral cats and the critically endangered native species of Hawaii. Visit: @escapethezoo on instagram Escapethezoo.tv feraldocumentary.com

19 MIN2019 APR 16
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Daniel Clarke, DMSB'12: Escape the Zoo

Charles Cormier, BHS'17: The Fun in Fundraising

As a people person who was looking to make an impact, Charles Cormier, BHS’17, spent his five years at Northeastern studying health sciences just to realize that he did not want to pursue healthcare as a career. In his final year, he found his passion for fundraising through Northeastern's Senior Legacy Committee—a senior-led, senior-focused student group that encourages giving. Starting at Harvard University, and recently returning to Northeastern, Charles has worked in higher education fundraising for almost two years, and currently oversees the same student group that he was a member of during his undergraduate. Visit: givingday.northeastern.edu Connect with Charles on NUsource, your new exclusive Northeastern networking platform.

22 MIN2019 APR 2
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Charles Cormier, BHS'17: The Fun in Fundraising

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