Tanya R. Kennedy '85 Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department
Lifelong ties: "I developed relationships with faculty and fellow students at Tech that I still have today. It gives me a sense of joy and fulfillment."
Konrad Hayashi '73 Preventive Medicine Physician, Medical Director, at U.S. Department of the Army
Fighting COVID: Throughout the pandemic Dr. Hayashi served on Covid duty, screening arriving civilian air passengers in Seattle and later overseeing mass vaccinations of soldiers in Georgia.
Rebecca Ramnauth '17 Ph.D. student, Yale University Social Robotics Lab
It started at Tech: “My introduction to robotics and mechatronics was through the robotics team.”
Maurice Ashley '83
Maurice is not only the first African-American Chess Grandmaster, he is also a three-time national championship coach, author, ESPN commentator, iPhone app designer, puzzle inventor and motivational speaker.
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Jeanine Basquiat Heriveaux ’85 was a Brooklyn Tech student when Jean-Michel Basquiat, her big brother, made it big in the art world. Now she and her sister, co-administrators of the Jean-Michel Basquiat Estate, are taking visitors inside a new exhibition of more than 200 rarely shown paintings, drawings, and objects from the family’s archives — to show the artist from a new perspective: his family’s.more
The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes alumni who have achieved high levels of excellence in their career fields or academic area and have in some way given back to the community (either the Tech community or other aspects of society).
- Anthony S. Bartolomeo , P.E. '70 - President and CEO, Pennoni Associates Inc. and Chairman of the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, who has more than 30 years experience in environmental engineering
- John di Domenico ’69– noted architect responsible for numerous high profile city projects
- Kimberley “Kim” Coles '80 – American actress, comedian and author who has starred in an impressive catalogue of television shows, written a book and started a national empowerment program, G.I.F.T.S. where she uses comedy and inspiration to help people learn about their own unique qualities.
- Ken Daly ’84 – President, National Grid
- Arlene Isaacs ’76 –Senior Vice President at Moody’s Investors Service
- Tanya Kennedy ’85 – Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department
- Lionel Marks '49 - An accomplished attorney who was one of the founders of the Brooklyn Tech Alumni Foundation and served as it legal counsel for over a decade
- Sam Schwartz ’65– leading transportation engineer; NYC’s authority on urban infrastructure, traffic safety and transportation systems
- George L. Van Amson ’70 –Managing Director in the Institutional Equity Division - Sales and Trading, Management, Morgan Stanley