Jeneeta Howe, a December 2014 graduate of the law school, was recently featured in the Albany Business Review's cover story on the future of the Capital Region, titled "If the Next 15 Years are Like the Last 15..."
Currently a compliance associate at The Research Foundation for the State University of New York, Howe talked to the reporter about why she decided to stay in Albany upon graduation and what she sees for the future of the region.
From the story:
"They're building up downtown Albany. Whole Foods coming to Albany is a big deal. Trader Joe's came. Lord & Taylor came back," Howe said.
"I want it to feel like I've always lived here," Howe said. "In 15 years, this should be the only home for me."
While at Albany Law, Howe completed the joint MBA program with Union Graduate College and was active with the Black Law Students Association. Originally from Rockland County, she first came to the Capital Region to earn her undergraduate degree in political science from Siena College.