Fordham GSAS: Grad. Life: About the Authors

About the Authors

About the Authors: GSAS Grad. Life

Alexandra Loizzo-Desai (nee Loizzo): Alexandra received her MA in English from Fordham's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, which she attended from 2009-2011. She started the GSAS Grad. Life Blog in October 2010, during the second year of her MA program, hoping to share her experiences with other members of GSAS. She continued to write until her graduation in May 2011. She currently works in the Higher Education Industry in the Boston, MA area, and contributes entries to a blog for her undergraduate alma mater, Barnard College.

You can find Alexandra on Google+ or LinkedIn.

Naima Coster: Naima's stories have been published in The New York TimesArts & LettersThe Fordham ObserverYale Daily News Magazine, and The Acentos Review. She earned her B.A. in English and African American Studies from Yale University and her M.A. in English from Fordham University. Naima is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Fiction at Columbia University. She is at work on a novel. You can connect with Naima on Twitter and read more of her work on her website.

Liza Grabowski (nee Zitelli): Liza is currently a PhD candidate in the English Department of the GSAS, writing her dissertation on cognitive norms and mental disability in early American fiction. In February 2012, she began blogging for Grad.Life, commenting on educational, cultural, political, and social issues from the perspective of a graduate student. When not writing her dissertation or the blog, Liza enjoys teaching, exploring the city, singing in her band, and advocating for Autism Awareness, a cause close to her heart. Liza received her MA in English from the GSAS in 2005.

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