Crain's New York Business Names Berkeley College Vice President among 2022 Notable Hispanic Leaders

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CRAIN’S NEW YORK BUSINESS
NAMES BERKELEY COLLEGE VICE PRESIDENT
AMONG 2022 NOTABLE HISPANIC LEADERS

Berkeley Moya 

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Crain’s New York Business has named Will Moya, Vice President, Student Finance and Institutional Effectiveness, Berkeley College, on its list of 2022 Notable Hispanic Leaders. The award recognizes 78 professionals from across New York City’s business community for their professional accomplishments and their records of powering change. Moya is a resident of Yorktown, NY. 

“Hispanic New Yorkers, spread as they are across the city’s five boroughs, have made countless contributions that are now embedded in the city’s cultural landscape,” wrote Crain’s. “These impressive individuals drive a diverse city to new and exciting possibilities.” 

With 21 years of experience in higher education and historic knowledge of Berkeley College as a student, alumnus, and administrator, Moya’s recent endeavors have focused on elevating the student experience. In 2021, he introduced a Student Success Coaching program – a one-stop-shop for student services. He also played an integral role in bringing a Food Pantry to Berkeley College’s Midtown Manhattan campus, a collaboration with the Food Bank for New York City to address food insecurity among students. 

“I come from the same background as many of our students,” said Moya, a first-generation college student. “When I sit across from these young men and women – I know how hard it is for them. We share the same story.” 

Throughout his tenure, Moya has helped students navigate higher education and find meaningful careers. He began his career at Berkeley College in 2002, and has held positions in Academic Advisement and Student Records, Academic Affairs, Records Management, Institutional Advancement, Financial Aid, and Campus Operations. In 2017 Moya received the Educational Excellence Award from the NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, recognizing his work in empowering the Latino community. 

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15. 

Read More: Click here to read the article by Crain’s New York Business. 

About Berkeley College

Berkeley College, founded in 1931, is a career-focused institution accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education that offers students Master’s, Bachelor’s, and Associate’s degree and Certificate programs in more than 20 career fields. The College also offers Continuing Education programs to enhance career credentials.

Berkeley College has campuses in Midtown Manhattan, NY, and in Newark, Woodbridge and Woodland Park, NJ, with more than 4,000 students enrolled. In addition, Berkeley College Online® serves a global population. U.S. News & World Report has named Berkeley College among the Best Colleges for Online Bachelor’s Programs and among the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans, for nine consecutive years. U.S. News & World Report named Berkeley College (NJ) one of the Best Regional Colleges in the North in its 2023 edition of the Best Colleges Survey. Berkeley College (NJ) was recognized among the Best Colleges in the region for social mobility for three consecutive years. The website address is http://www.BerkeleyCollege.edu.

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