Bryan Koslow ’04M was recently appointed to the Dean’s Advisory Council in the Leon Hess Business School. The council provides advice, expertise, and support to the dean and serves as the key interface between the School’s faculty and administrators and its constituencies.
“My experience as a student at the business school gave me the knowledge, contacts, and confidence to pursue a career in financial services,” said Koslow, who works as principal of Clarus Group LLC. “Now, as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council, I am excited about the opportunity to help shape the lives and careers of our next generation of students.”
Koslow was selected for this role by Raj Devasagayam, Ph.D., dean of the LHBS, for his commitment to education. Koslow had previously established an annual scholarship fund benefiting students of the Business School.
Koslow graduated from Hofstra University with bachelor’s degrees in both finance and computer information systems. He earned his MBA with a concentration in accounting from Monmouth University and a certificate in financial planning from NYU. In addition to being a CPA and certified financial planner, he serves as the vice chair for the Investment Committee for the New Jersey Society of CPAs and is a former PTA treasurer. Koslow also provides pro bono accounting assistance to victims of domestic abuse through the Safe Center of Long Island.