Management & Staff
Ms. Sherry Chang
Sherry graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a major in Ethics, History and Public policy and a minor in Engineering Studies. She tutored graduate students in ESL, communications and presentation skills during college. Before joining Manhattan Review, she worked at a start-up in Singapore that commercialized graduate student projects. Sherry is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Ms. Megan Dekic
Megan Dekic graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a major in Anthropology and a minor in Communication. She was a teacher's assistant at a daycare, and has interned at the UT Department of Communication, Study Programs International in Austin, and West Broadway Book Distribution in New York. She has an affinity for traveling and studied abroad in Milan for a summer. Megan received recognition as a National Hispanic Scholar based on her PSAT score.
Ms. Taz Morgan
Taz Morgan graduated with academic honors in Comparative Literature from The College of Wooster in Ohio. As a Comparative Literature major, she concentrated on English and Spanish language works. She also minored in Film Studies and focused on both written and filmic texts. She was a Teaching Assistant for a first-year writing seminar and was on the college radio's management team. Taz’s post-graduation work experience helped her build extensive knowledge of how art and commerce are intertwined. Taz also has three years of customer service experience before joining Manhattan Review. Taz is highly proficient in Spanish.
Mr. Henry Neumann
Henry Neumann graduated from Fordham University in New York with a History major and minors in Economics and Theology. He provided assistance to his fellow students in residential programming, counseling, and academics while at school. He then worked as a conference coordinator post graduation. Notably, Henry was inducted into the National Honors Society while at high school and spent all his four years of college as an athlete on the men’s rowing team and made the semi-finals at the US national Dad Vail Regatta twice. He also competed on behalf of the New York Rowing Club at US nationals and Canadian Henley. Henry is proficient in German and skilled in Spanish.
Mr. Scott Stafiej
Scott Stafiej graduated from Mississippi State University with two degrees: a bachelor in International Business minoring in Economics and a bachelor in French. He spent two years in France and Germany studying, working, and volunteering. Later, Scott attained his MBA in Change Management from Southern Illinois University; at SIU, he was a recipient of the Walker Fellowship. Throughout his studies, Scott acted as the President of the French Club, a facilitator of a Socrates Caf?, a dance instructor, a Senior Resident Assistant and Office manager. Scott is fluent in French and proficient in German. He is a beginner in Spanish.