Nicole Calandrino » Biography


A member of Trinity Hall's inaugural class, Nicole served as the founding chair of the Community Life council and spearheaded the creation of the Queen's Court Company costume department as well as the dance club. Nicole also supported Trinity Hall as a student ambassador and participated in Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).
After graduating with the Class of 2017, Nicole attended the Villanova School of Business where she studied marketing and international business. At Villanova, Nicole served on the executive boards of the Business of Fashion Society and Panhellenic Council. Nicole pursued internship opportunities in the fashion industry and started her post-grad career at Hermès of Paris where she worked for 3 years in the eCommerce department. During both college and post-grad, Nicole remained a connected alumna and was a member of the Alumnae Leadership Circle.
After exploring the corporate landscape and living in NYC, Nicole is excited to be back at her second home where she will support the development team during this exciting time in Trinity Hall history.

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