Pam Caraccioli, deputy to the SUNY Oswego president for external partnerships and economic development, recently earned two honors: a regional award for accomplished and community-minded women and a statewide board membership.
State Sen. Patty Ritchie, R-Heuvelton, named Caraccioli a 2017 Woman of Distinction, an honor that the senator bestows “recognizing outstanding leaders who are achieving success in their careers, devoting time to volunteer causes in their communities and more.”
Chuck Gijanto nominated Caraccioli for her assistance with Oswego Health, where Gijanto recently stepped down as president and CEO.
In a separate distinction for Caraccioli, the New York State Economic Development Council (NYSEDC) elected her a director-at-large. NYSEDC has represented local and regional economic development professionals, as well as colleges, universities and private sector enterprises, for more than 40 years.
Caraccioli, a native of Scriba, N.Y., has a master’s degree in public administration from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and a bachelor’s degree in law and society from University of California Santa Barbara.