The Oswego Alumni Association welcomed three new board of directors members beginning July 1. They will each serve a three-year term.
Donna Goldsmith ’82 is the former vice president of licensing for the National Basketball Association and former chief operating officer at World Wrestling Federation Entertainment Inc. She recently accepted a position as general manager of operations for the 2014 New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Committee. She is a frequent volunteer for New York City Career Connections and Alumni-In-Residence programs. Donna has been a Torchlight mistress of ceremonies and the recipient of an Anniversary Class Award from the Oswego Alumni Association. She resides in New York City.
Amy Vanderlyke ’01 is an attorney at Sugarman Law Firm LLP. She is a graduate of Syracuse University’s College of Law, the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and the Oswego School of Education. Amy has served as an adjunct professor at Oswego and Newhouse School of Public Communications. She volunteers her time with Make-A-Wish of Central New York. Amy has also served on the Oswego Graduates Of the Last Decade Leadership Council and the Reunion 2011 Giving Committee. She resides in Syracuse.
Koren Vaughan ’95 is an assistant marketing director and director of promotions for two of Inner City Broadcasting Corp.’s radio stations, New York’s No. 1-ranked WBLS-FM and the city’s first 24-hour gospel music station, WLIB-AM. Koren has a master’s degree in media management from Metropolitan College of New York and a bachelor’s in business administration from Oswego. She has participated in New York City Career Connections and at the 2009 Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit on the Career Connectors panel. She resides on Long Island.
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