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Ruth Jacoby Emers ’51 is an award-winning sculptor, painter and printmaker who lives in Pawtucket, R.I. She earned a master of arts in teaching from Brown University in 1972. Her work has been featured in more than 25 group and individual art shows throughout the northeast United States.
1953: 65th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
1958: 60th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
Bob LaBounty ’60 of Keeseville, N.Y., retired in 2017 from a 45-year run as a square dance caller in Northern New York. He and his wife, Helena, started square dancing in the 1970s, and Bob became a caller and taught square dancing from beginner to advanced levels. For 30 years, he also taught woodworking, leatherworking and ceramics to grades 7 through 12 at Peru (N.Y.) Central School. Prior to his time at Oswego, from 1952 to 1956, LaBounty was a radar operator on naval destroyer USS McCaffery.
Bernard Farrow ’61 Ph.D., has retired as a substance abuse counselor from Craggy Correctional Center in Woodfin, N.C. His wife, Arlene Mendelson Farrow ’61, is a homemaker and gardener. They are the parents of Scott, an attorney; and Randy, an audio/visual specialist. They have four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Tom Fender ’61 of Tumwater, Wash., travels in his all-original 1975 GMC recreational vehicle known as the Scooby Mobile, including a camping stay at Cape Disappointment State Park in Washington in 2017.
Susan Morgan Katz ’62 of Pearl River, N.Y., and Suzanne Fortin Sand ’62 of Gansevoort, N.Y., traveled to visit Bonnie Super George ’62 at her Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., home in 2017 to reminisce about their Oswego days.
1963: 55th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
Steven Selden ’63 of Bethesda, Md., retired as a professor from the University of Maryland and now serves as a school docent for the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
1968: 50th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
Neil Freson M’68 is retired from the automotive field and lives in Henrietta, N.Y., with his wife, Kathie.
William Lilley ’69 of Newport, Ore., is a professor of environmental science and geology at Oregon Coast Community College.
Donna Haskell Lannon ’71 of Shortsville, N.Y., retired in 2007 after a 35-year career teaching mathematics at Palmyra-Macedon (N.Y.) High School. She enjoys golfing and volunteering. She and her husband, Floyd, are enjoying their first grandchild, Ryleigh.
Joel Levine ’71 of Orlando, Fla., is a retired entertainment manager for Walt Disney World, dinner shows, Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas, and Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
1973: 45th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
Denise Hart ’74 of Barrington, N.H., is a writer and producer.
Eric Oberg ’74 is a classical granite sculptor in Calais, Vt.
Arthur Salisch ’74 of East Windsor, N.J., is multi-market research director for Hearst Television in New York City.
Frank Fish ’75, Ph.D., of Downington, Pa., is a professor of biology at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He has two grants from the Office of Naval Research for biomimetic studies of the propulsion of dolphins and analysis of the locomotion of sea lions. He also has a grant from the National Science Foundation to study the maneuvering capabilities of whales.
Joseph Kissick ’75 of Winston-Salem, N.C., is owner of Twin Dome LLC, which operates 12 hair salons.
John Piper ’75 of Rochester, N.Y., is president and managing partner for Mutual Choices of Rochester.
Steve Kodak ’77 of Pace, Fla., is a retired United States Marine Corps officer, having served 13 years active duty and 12 years in the reserves. He is also a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation supervisory special agent with 22 years, both in the field and based at FBI headquarters.
Colleen Murphy ’77 of Naples, Fla., was named among the 2017 honorees of the annual Naples News 25 over 50 Awards in Collier and Lee counties (Fla.). The award honors those who contribute to the communities through leadership, philanthropic missions and achievements.
William Smith ’77 of Port Matilda, Pa., is retired and enjoys traveling, including a trip to Nebraska to see the solar eclipse in August 2017.
1978: 40th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
Richard J. Adago ’78 is a partner at Phillips Nizer LLP in New York City. He previously worked as an associate at Phillips Nizer, as well as an attorney for Hartmann Doherty Rosa Berman & Bulbulia LLC, and partner at Blank Rome LLP. In addition to his career in private practice, he served as an assistant district attorney with the Manhattan District Attorney’s office.
Christopher Born ’78 was named president of Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas in Austin. Previously, he was president of Texas Children’s Health Plan, which has more than 430,000 children enrolled. He also founded Texas Children’s Pediatric Associates, a pediatric primary care group with more than 250 physicians.
Patty Reiche Heidelmark ’78 and husband, Francis, live in Malta, N.Y., where she enjoys gardening, bicycling and volunteering, particularly for the Democratic Party and the League of Women Voters.
Linda Mahran ’78 of Palm Coast, Fla., retired as director of global strategic sourcing for ITT Inc.
David Peck ’78 of Brick, N.J., is an educational paraprofessional at the elementary school level.Previously, he taught middle school science; he was a database, local area network and email administrator for 10 years before teaching.
Russell Rossi ’78 of Raleigh, N.C., is a technical support specialist for the North Carolina State Board of Elections.
Marco Ellman ’79 of Larchmont, N.Y., is owner and president of Ellman Realty Advisors Inc.
Michael Deshaies ’80 of Bear, Del., is vice president of development and strategic partnerships for the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. He enjoys golf and watching the Chicago Cubs.
JP Sciortino ’80 of Jeffersonville, Vt., is an executive neuroscience specialist at Acadia Pharm who says hello to fellow DKK brothers and soccer players. He and wife, Vanessa, have a daughter, Kendra, who just got married; a son, John, who is a student in Michigan; and two golden retrievers.
Rita Harrington ’81 of Big Canoe, Ga., is an executive consultant for Catalyst for Advisors in Atlanta.
Steven Hastings ’81 of Orlando, Fla., is senior vice president for Sedgwick.
Michael McCauley ’81 of Orlando, Fla., is a volunteer at the Lake Nona Veterans Administration Hospital.
Robert A. Royce ’81 has been practicing law in Alaska for over 30 years. He is a former administrative law judge and a former senior assistant attorney general for the State of Alaska, where he represented the Regulatory Commission of Alaska, the Alaska Department of Labor and the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights. Royce earned a law degree from California Western School of Law in San Diego. He clerked for Chief Judge James M. Fitzgerald, U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska, after graduating from law school.
Paul Kosiba ’82 of Westbury, N.Y., retired in June 2016 following 33 years of teaching at the Port Washington Public Schools; he also retired following 29 years of service to the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve.
David Krapf ’82 of New Orleans is editor-in-chief of WorkBoat Magazine.
William Schmidt ’83 of Maple Glen, Pa., is senior vice president of Hudson Insurance Group in Fort Washington, Pa.
Daniel Watson ’83 is the Greenwich (Conn.) School District’s director of school facilities.
Charlie Giardino ’84 of Williston Park, N.Y., is a senior manager at Ernst & Young LLP in New York City. He and wife, Christine, have been married for 28 years and have two sons and a daughter, all three of whom are SUNY alumni. Giardino remembers good times in Oswego with Marc Saban ’86, Rick Drake ’86 and Pete Wasserman ’87.
Jayne Van Bramer M’85 was selected to serve as chief executive officer for the Lancaster (Pa.) Behavioral Health Hospital, which is set to open in summer 2018. She has served as vice president of behavioral health for Brandywine Hospital in Coatesville, Pa., as well as senior associate commissioner for child and adult state operations for the New York State Office of Mental Health in Albany.
Jamie Battles ’86 M’86 M’90 of Oswego is a high school math teacher in the Mexico (N.Y.) Central School District, and has been teaching for 32 years.
Robert Ernst ’86, Ph.D., of Silver Spring, Md., is professor and vice chair of the Department of Microbial Pathogens at the University of Maryland-Baltimore.
Robert Weller ’86 of Lido Beach, N.Y., is president and chief executive officer for HealthCare Renovations LLC in Point Lookout, N.Y.
Cindy Schilling Driscoll ’87 is vice president of finance for Magenta Therapeutics. Previously, she served as the vice president of finance for Tokai Pharmaceuticals, as well as controller for Gloucester Pharmaceuticals and Transmolecular.
Marcy Marino ’87 is chemical hygiene officer for the University of Alaska at Anchorage.
Barbara Adams ’88 of Sodus Point, N.Y., is training and development manager at Reliant Community Credit Union. She has worked at Reliant for more than eight years, most recently serving as manager of the credit union’s Member Service Call Center.
Nancy Puskuldjian ’88 of Glen Head, N.Y., is manufacturing director for Topix Media Lab in New York City.
Jim Triandiflou ’88, chief executive officer for Relias Learning, is Triangle Business Journal’s Businessperson of the Year. He lives in Cary, N.C.
Tina Murray ’89 of Catskill, N.Y., is the executive director of the Ulster County (N.Y.) Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Derrick Corrado ’90 of Hicksville, N.Y., is an inspector for the New York City Police Department.
Marc Heller ’90 is a reporter covering agriculture policy for E&E News in Washington, D.C., predominantly for Greenwire publications.
Sean Koppelman ’90 of Guttenberg, N.J., is president and chief executive officer for The Talent Magnet.
Kathleen Kranze Million ’91 of Minneapolis, Minn., is vice president and women’s league commissioner for the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Previously, she was the events director for the Olympic Regional Development Authority in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Andrea DeSain Petrus ’91 of Lyons, N.Y., is director of IT for Wayne County, N.Y.
Aaron Birnbaum ’92 of Bow, N.H., is founder and partner of CITM in Orange Park, Fla.
Jamie Vitale Cuda M’92 of Frankfort, N.Y., is director and assistant professor of health care administration in the School of Health Professions and Education at Utica (N.Y.) College.
David Jones ’92 is vice president of the Minnesota State University Office of Student Affairs in Mankato, Minn.
Stephen Reider ’92 is chief executive officer for Poplar Springs Hospital in Petersburg, Va. He earned a master’s degree in business administration from Rivier University (N.H.) and a master’s in nursing administration and leadership from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine.
1993: 25th Reunion
– June 7-10, 2018
Lisa Harmer VanDeWeert ’93 of Clarksville, Mich., is chief financial officer and executive vice president for Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Mich. Previously, VanDeWeert spent 15 years providing audit services for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Grand Rapids.
Bob Ike ’94 M’99, Palmyra-Macedon (N.Y.) Central School District superintendent, was named the 2018 New York State School Superintendent of the Year by the New York State Council of School Superintendents. Ike has led the district since 2007. He is an adjunct professor and leadership coach at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education. He also works with the Superintendent Development Program at SUNY Oswego.
Meredith DiPrisco Walters ’95 of Wellington, Fla., is vice president of marketing and communications for Houghton Mifflin Company/Channel One News.
Jennifer Aglialoro ’96 of Taylor, Pa., is associate director, forensic interviewer and trauma therapist at Children’s Advocacy Center of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Nicole Lawler Meisenburg ’96 of Williamsville, N.Y., is an account manager for Manzella Marketing in Bowmansville, N.Y.
Michelle Boldt Walsh ’96 is director of intervention services for the West Islip (N.Y.) School District. She is also a doctoral student at Hofstra University’s learning and teaching program.
1997: 20th Reunion
with 1998 and 1999
– June 7-10, 2018
Joseph Freyn ’97, a veteran of wars in both Iraq and Afghanistan, has been named Command Sergeant Major of the Buffalo-based 153rd Troop Command of the New York Army National Guard. As the Command Sgt. Major, Freyn is the highest ranking enlisted soldier in the unit. Freyn holds a master’s degree from American Public University.
Tammy Moffitt Garza ’97 of Houston, Texas, is controller for Avalanche Food Group in Sugar Land, Texas.
Melissa Napierkowski ’97 of East Syracuse, N.Y., is a program coordinator for the Research Foundation of SUNY in Syracuse.
1998: 20th Reunion
with 1997 and 1999
– June 7-10, 2018
Michael Lyons ’98 of Ridgefield, Conn., is marketing director for Henkel in Stamford, Conn.
1999: 20th Reunion
with 1997 and 1998
– June 7-10, 2018
Keith Wing ’99 of Conesus, N.Y., is the principal at Forest Elementary School in the Williamsville Central School District.
Dianna Waterman Cichocki M’00 of East Aurora, N.Y., is clinical assistant professor in management science and systems at the University at Buffalo School of Management.
Meir Perry ’01 of Manchester, N.H., is a prior learning assessment coordinator for Bunker Hill Community College in Boston.
Rosemarie Morello Ampha ’02 is the director of secondary special education for White Plains Public Schools in White Plains, N.Y. Previously, she was a program administrator for Greenwich High School.
Stephen Haryan ’02 of Syracuse, N.Y., is territory representative for Thousand Islands Winery.
Heather Stoffel Gillenkirk ’03 M’05 and her husband, Todd, welcomed their second child, Ryan Merritt, on June 28, 2017. He joins older brother, Ethan Bennett. The family lives in Victor, N.Y.
Tracy Underwood-Caryl ’03 of Marcellus, N.Y., is an office services coordinator for Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y.
Terry Ward CAS’03 is the Cato-Meridian (N.Y.) Central School District superintendent. He has a doctorate in executive leadership from St. John Fisher College, a master of science in special education from Syracuse University, a bachelor’s in history from SUNY Cortland and an associate of applied science degree from SUNY Canton.
Matt Donnelly ’04 of Linthicum Heights, Md., was named to Mass Transit publication’s 2017 Top 40 Under 40. He is the lead brand communications specialist for Amtrak.
Jamie Stack Leszczynski ’04 is senior vice president of client relations at ABC Creative Group in Syracuse, N.Y. Jamie is a past president of CNY Sales & Marketing Executives and a charter member of Suicide Awareness Voices of Education.
Victor Parker ’04 M’13 of Cincinnati is regional sales director for HM Insurance Group. He is active with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Junior Achievement and the CARE Humane Society.
Amy Favata ’05 of Oswego is assistant vice president and controller for Generations Bank in Seneca Falls, N.Y.
Ashlie Menard ’05 of Cato, N.Y., is a foreign service officer for the United States Department of State.
Eric Smith ’05 of Brewerton, N.Y., is a training and client support specialist for Controltec LLC. Previously, he was a computer operator for the Central New York Regional Information Center of the Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services.
Rachel Stein ’05 of Nashville, Tenn., is the director of marketing for NXG Strategies.
Nora Gannon-Slater ’06 of Cleveland, Ohio, is director of performance and data analytics for Breakthrough Schools.
Audrey Hager ’06 of San Antonio, Texas, was awarded a National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to perform research on the neuroplasticity of dopamine neurons following repeated cocaine abuse. She is based at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Jennifer Hawley ’06 of Belleville, Ill., is a construction site assistant for Habitat for Humanity of Saint Louis.
Brittany Sepp Schueckler ’06 of Pennington, N.J., is a senior contract negotiator for Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation.
Kimberly Lasher Sparkman ’06 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is the dean of students for career and technical education at Oswego County’s Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation (CITI).
Brenda Grossi Tabolt ’06 of Raleigh, N.C., is an executive assistant in the Department of Student Affairs at the University of North Carolina.
Anthony Armelino ’07 is a project manager for the inside sales and project management team at G.A. Braun Inc. He earned a master of science degree in engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology and served for 14 years with the U.S. Army as an officer in the Corps of Engineers in a variety of leadership and staff positions. Most recently, he was a program manager for Syracuse University.
Ahmad Mims ’08 of North Syracuse, N.Y., is a Syracuse police officer and member of the force’s Crime Reduction Team, which target areas with high crime rates and a heavy gang presence.
Nicholas Defeo ’09 of Astoria, N.Y., is strategic account director for Movable Ink in New York City.
Josh Gagnon ’09 is the Utica (N.Y.) Comets video coach. Gagnon has served as the professional ice hockey team’s video coordinator since the 2013-14 season.
Erin Kline Simmons M’09 CAS’11 CAS’14 is principal of Fourth Street School in Fulton, N.Y.
Zachary Woodard ’09, CPA, of Taberg, N.Y., was promoted to manager at D’Arcangelo & Co. He has been with the firm since 2013.
Austin Byrd ’10 of Fort Myers, Fla., earned a master’s degree in education in 2017 at the University at Buffalo, and he is now assistant director of alumni relations at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers.
Mark Gruber ’10 married Elizabeth Silverman on June 17, 2017. He is an analytics strategist at Resolute Digital. The couple lives in Orchard Park, N.Y.
Jonathan Lombardo ’10 and Jill Carr ’11 were married on Aug. 19, 2017. Both are employed by Auburn (N.Y.) Community Hospital.
Jacquelyn Costello Collins ’11 of Rochester, N.Y., is a project manager for First American Equipment Finance. She married Chase Collins ’11 in May 2014; the couple’s daughter, Delaney Mae, was born on June 4, 2017.
Jeanne Yacono Harmor ’11 of Raleigh, N.C., is a brand manager for Baering.
Rob Lippolis ’11 of Windsor, N.Y., is the Binghamton (N.Y.) Devils professional ice hockey team play-by-play broadcaster. Previously, he was the Binghamton Senators director of media and community relations.
Katie Loperfido ’11 and Zachary Addison Blackwell of Tampa, Fla., were married on Aug. 4, 2017, in Auburn, N.Y. The bride is a 2015 graduate of Gonzaga University, where she earned a master’s degree. She is a senior account manager for IMGE digital advertising agency in Alexandria, Va.
Scott Reynolds ’11 of Kissimmee, Fla., is a teacher and math department chair at the Osceola County School for the Arts. He is also president of the Osceola Science and Math Organization to Support and Inspire Students (OSMOSIS).
Daniel Ritch ’11 M’12 is a senior accountant for Chiampou Travis Besaw & Kershner LLP in Amherst, N.Y.
Max Spitalnick ’11 of New York City is director of customer success for software platform Intelligo Group of Israel/New York. Following graduation, he moved to Israel and volunteered with Ethiopian immigrants and for a youth movement mentoring students in the Negev desert, for two years. While there, he helped start a national lacrosse program and traveled with a team for Federation of International Lacrosse-sanctioned play. Prior to his current role and following his time in Israel, he lived in San Francisco, where he worked for a SaaS technology company.
Jacob Frier ’12 of Syracuse, N.Y., is an emergency medical resident for SUNY Upstate Medical University. He graduated from SUNY Upstate in 2016.
Cristy Rookey King ’12 is director of Oswego County Opportunities Crisis and Development Services. King joined OCO in 2000 as the Services to Aid Families House manager and was named SAF Services coordinator in 2009. Most recently, she served as the Intervention Services coordinator, in which she oversaw SAF’s residential and non-residential domestic and sexual violence services, homeless programming for runaway homeless youth, adults and families, as well as the OCO crisis hotline that provides emergency assistance to victims of crime and the homeless.
Jennifer Watson ’12 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a recruitment specialist at Cazenovia College.
Brendan Culver ’13 of Rochester, N.Y., is an account manager for Transcat.
Stacey J. Eger CAS’13 is the Watertown (N.Y.) City School District’s assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction. She previously served the Jefferson-Lewis Board of Cooperative Educational Services as its professional and program development supervisor from 2013 to 2016.
Elissa Leathers Gibbs ’13 of West Monroe, N.Y., is program coordinator for the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University.
Chris Horvatits ’13 is a reporter for Buffalo, N.Y., station WIVB-TV. Previously, he was a morning reporter and noon anchor for WHEC-TV in Rochester, N.Y., for three years; he was a reporter at WWNY-TV in Watertown, N.Y., prior to his time Rochester.
Stephanie Andre Kitt ’13 M’14, U.S. Air Force National Guard Airwoman 1st Class, graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio.
Adderlyn Lora ’13 is a recruiter at Heineken USA in White Plains, N.Y. Previously, she worked in talent acquisition at Dannon.
Caitlin Outen ’13 of Humble, Texas, is a recruiter for Cenergy International, as well as a remote resume writer and career coach.
Jody Roth ’13 M’14, a certified public accountant with the Siegfried Group LLP in Denver, was promoted to senior associate.
Christina Sakowski ’13 is an admissions and new student enrollment advisor for the University at Buffalo (N.Y.) School of Management.
Brian Zambrzycki ’13 of Chester, N.Y., is a school psychologist for the Warwick Valley Central School District and is pursuing a certificate of advanced study in trauma and disaster mental health counseling at SUNY New Paltz. He is a 2016 graduate of the school psychology master’s program at Marist College.
Brian Chojnacki ’14 of Jacksonville, Fla., is sports anchor and reporter for WTLV First Coast News.
John Mongiello ’14 of Stamford, Conn., works for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he is a production assistant and video editor for programming that includes Monday Night Raw (USA Network).
Elena Oldenburg ’14 of Oswego is employed by the Oswego County Office for the Aging.
Olga S. Reyes ’14 is the editor of the East Meadow Herald (N.Y.) and was a reporter for the Merrick Herald Life (N.Y.). She is the recipient of the New York Press Association’s 2016 Rookie Reporter of the Year Honorable Mention Award and earned First Place In-Depth Reporting and News Series Award for the Herald Community Newspapers’ “The Changing Face of Long Island” diversity series, and Second Place in Coverage of Education Award, a series of stories that covered the East Meadow School District.
Molly Ross ’14 of San Francisco is an account executive for Salesforce.
Joshua Anderson ’15 of Harrisburg, Pa., is assistant manager for Sheetz in West Hanover Township, Pa.
Miranda Czechowski ’15 of New York City is an account manager for ESIS/Chubb.
Delia Gallmeyer ’15 of Penfield, N.Y., is a wellness education programmer for Saint John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y.
Jessica Jarett ’15 of Syracuse, N.Y., is a manager for AXA Equitable.
William Reese ’15 of Boston is insight executive for Kadence International.
Matthew Jaronczyk ’16 of Massapequa, N.Y., is a fund accountant for GPB Capital Holdings LLC in New York City.
Amanda Lieberman Kenney ’16 of Pikeville, N.C., is pursuing a master’s degree in social work at North Carolina State University.
Jaclyn Shyptycki ’16 CAS’17 of Gansevoort, N.Y., is a social media strategist for SIX Marketing in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Brian Wegman ’16 of Martville, N.Y., earned his certified public accountant credentials. He is an associate at Dermody, Burke and Brown in Syracuse, N.Y.
Angelmarie Bambino-Thomas ’17 of Mount Marion, N.Y., is an employer installation specialist for United Health Group in Kingston, N.Y.
Tim Burns ’17 of Merrimack, N.H., is vice president of Sales Americas for Fusion Worldwide, an electronic component distributor. He is pursuing a master’s degree in business from the University of New Hampshire’s Paul School of Business and Economics.
Emily Cole ’17 is a public affairs specialist at Gramercy Communications for the New York Capital Region.
Karl Dubash CAS’17 of Rochester, N.Y., is assistant principal at Oliver Middle School in the Brockport (N.Y.) Central School District.
Lindsay Karback ’17 of Farmington, N.Y., is the undergraduate housing coordinator for the University of Rochester.
Rachel Long ’17 of Medford, Mass., is an admissions/recruitment advisor for CAPA The Global Education Network in Boston.
Morgan Nandin M’17 of Syracuse, N.Y., is a member of the Columbian National Softball Team. She is also the Oswego High School varsity softball coach and a district physical education teacher. See page 17.
Sydney Prystal ’17 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a youth development professional for Elmcrest Children’s Center in Syracuse, N.Y.
Sarah Shallowhorn ’17 joined Buffalo, N.Y., NBC affiliate WGRZ-TV as a digital producer.
Evelyn Zevallos ’17 is pursuing a master’s at SUNY Oswego in the Mental Health Counseling Program.