Stan Levenson ’54 of San Diego, Calif., has more than 5,000 followers on Twitter, and is an educational fundraiser and author. The U.S. Navy veteran and Sigma Tau brother has two children and one grandchild, and is an avid tennis player. He holds master’s and doctoral degrees.
Stanley Dolega ’59 is retired and living in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. He has three children, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He and his wife celebrated 30 years of marriage with a trip to Europe in 2018.
Jerry “Jeep” Passer ’59 is retired and living in Fuquay Varina, N.C., with his wife, Carol. The Delta Kappa Kappa brother has four children and enjoys tennis, fishing, golf and hunting; he fondly remembers Oswego adventures, including inter-fraternity sports, Greek games, Nunzi’s and Buckland’s.
Frank C. Schmidt ’59 of New Buffalo, Mich., plans to return to SUNY Oswego for the first time in 60 years for Reunion 2019, June 6-9.
Robert Simon ’61 of Peconic, N.Y., restores antique cars and trucks. He retired in 1995 from a 34-year teaching career at Jericho (N.Y.) High School.
Howard Edelstein ’64 of Bardonia, N.Y., is a retired educator who enjoys substitute teaching and traveling, including trips to Asia and Europe. He is the past chancellor commander for the New City/Orangetown Knights of Pythias, plays saxophone as a volunteer at various senior citizen residential and rehabilitation facilities, plays tennis a few times a week and golfs. He and his wife, Judith, have two children and four grandchildren.
Mary Lee Gustafson ’64 of New Lenox, Ill., is retired; she travels and stays involved with peace, social justice, church and Delta Kappa Gamma sorority activities. After graduation, she taught 1st grade in Williamson, N.Y., for two years, then moved to Illinois, where she was with the New Lenox district for more than 27 years in the first and fourth grades and the library. She has two children and three grandchildren and has been married to husband, Tom, for more than 52 years.
Thomas H. Mullen ’64 of Albany, N.Y., retired following 42 years of state government employment. He has visited 58 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. He has been married to his wife, Marie, for 36 years; they have one daughter, Kerrie.
Karol “Kay” Klee Olson ’65 of East Quogue, N.Y., is a retired reading consultant who winters in Venice, Florida, with her husband of 52 years, Hal. Her daughter, Audrey, is a speech therapist and her son, Drew, is an elementary school principal.
Joan Cherewatti Harrell ’66 of Plainfield, Ind., retired after 47 years working for Indianapolis Public Schools. She continues to work as a teacher evaluation consultant.
Dick “Och” Ochampaugh ’66 (above) of DeWitt, N.Y., and New Smyrna Beach, Fla., was inducted into the 2018 National Senior Softball Hall of Fame. He plays in over 200 games a year in both New York and Florida. He retired from teaching in several schools in Central New York, including East Syracuse-Minoa and Phoenix. He also taught at SUNY Oswego and LeMoyne College and has coached baseball at all levels. While on the senior circuit, he’s won nine world championships and two national championships; he has been named to many all-tournament teams and is a two-time All-American.
Diana Sherman Heffer ’69 of Warrenton, Va., retired from Fairfax (Va.) County Schools after 30 years as a school psychologist. She has a son, a daughter and three grandsons.
Joyce Wheeler Thompson-Hovey ’69 of Pavilion, N.Y., and Naples, Fla., is president of the Genesee Valley (N.Y.) Civil War Roundtable and has presented extensively on a variety of topics related to the American Civil War. She is also president of a genealogy group. She retired in 2011 after a 40-year career as a junior high and high school social studies teacher, an elementary reading teacher and a 5th- and 6th-grade classroom teacher.
Francis Brennan ’73 of West Roxbury, Mass., retired from a career spanning 17 years with the Bank of Boston and 24 years as a systems analyst for the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance. He plans to travel and sleep in on weekdays.
Rick Barnard ’74 of Grafton, Mass., retired after a 36-year career as a tool designer at Raytheon Co.
Chuck Hubbard ’74 of Indian Land, S.C., is an area sales manager for Cloeren Incorporated and an active volunteer for the American Red Cross.
James Knack ’74 of Harwood, Md., is retired from the federal government and enjoys traveling, including a trip to Peru in fall 2018.
Peter Mannella ’74 of Rensselaer, N.Y., retired from the New York Association for Pupil Transportation, where he served as executive director for over 14 years. He was concurrently the executive director of the Cyr Foundation for Excellence in School Transportation. Prior to that, he was vice president of Carr Public Affairs in Albany for almost 10 years, and previously served as director of job training for New York State Economic Development.
Fran Verdoliva ’74 of Mexico, N.Y., was inducted into the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame at Catskill (N.Y.) museum. He is the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s special assistant on the Salmon River. While at Oswego State, Fran was an All-American in cross country and track. He was inducted into the Oswego State Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003. (See related story on page 28.)
Sanford “Sandy” Miller ’75 of Ormond Beach, Fla., is the CEO of Carey International. Previously, he ran Budget Rental Car from 1997 to 2003 and was a founding partner of Basin Street Partners, an investment management firm.
Sally Dugan Pane ’75 of Boulder, Colo., taught French and Italian at the University of Colorado for more than 20 years. She has translated several novels in the Winemaker Detective Series of Le French Book, which appear on Euro TV under the name Blood of the Vine.
Larry “Doc” Lechmanski ’76 of Shelter Island, N.Y., was named in 2018 by the Southampton (N.Y.) School District as a Wall of Distinction honoree for his contributions to education. Doc spent 33 years teaching what was originally known as shop, but later became industrial arts and technology.
Ruth Baltus ’77 of Potsdam, N.Y., professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at Clarkson University, was selected to receive the American Chemical Society Award for Encouraging Women into Careers in the Chemical Sciences, sponsored by the Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation. This award is given to recognize significant accomplishments by individuals who have stimulated or fostered the interest of women in chemistry, promoting their professional developments as chemists or chemical engineers. She has been at Clarkson since 1983. At the time of her appointment, she was one of only four female engineering faculty members and the second in her department.
Joe Busa ’77 of Albany, N.Y., is quality assurance regression manager for General Dynamics in Menands, N.Y.
Richard DeVita ’77 of North Potomac, Md., retired in July 2018 following a
40-year career at IBM as a software developer.
Cathy Vanderbilt Oxley ’77 of Fredericksburg, Va., retired from her position as an elementary school library media specialist and moved south to be closer to her children.
Linda Shumaker ’77 of Binghamton, N.Y., is a professional engineer and president/managing principal of Shumaker Consulting Engineering. She was named Engineer of the Year in 2018 by the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York.
Earl Grand ’78 of New York City is retired from the Federal Aviation Administration and is working as a substitute theatre usher with the Shubert Organization. He also volunteers at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Philip J. Roche ’78 of Painted Post, N.Y., is a county and family court judge in Steuben County, N.Y.
Linda Carlin ’79 of Greenwich, Conn., is assistant superintendent of finance for the Elmsford Union School District in Greensburgh, N.Y.
Howard B. Cohen ’79 of East Amherst, N.Y., is managing partner for the Gross Shuman law office and an adjunct professor for the University of Buffalo School of Law.
Patricia “PJ” Jacob Delia ’79 of Tappan, N.Y., sings and manages a blues band. She played and sang in a film by Abel Ferrara that was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017. She returns to campus frequently to visit her son, Jake ’19, and to see friends who are in the area.
Deborah Long Gedney ’79 of Hawthorne, N.J., is president of Komar Intimates in Jersey City, N.J.
Jim Hawxhurst ’79 of Waterford, Conn., retired following a 30-year career in the nuclear power industry. Previously, he worked for the federal government as a meteorologist for eight years, and obtained a master’s degree in meteorology from the University of Maryland. He also holds an MBA from Clarkson University. In retirement, he volunteers for the Waterford school STEM program to support meteorological monitoring.
Virginia Camelo Madore ’79 of Troy, N.Y., retired in 2012 from Troy city schools. She has provided costumes for Troy High School musical productions for nearly 25 years.
Bill Newsome ’79 of Raleigh, N.C., is a quality assurance specialist at Duke University.
Rosanne Kozlowski O’Reilly ’79 of Ridge, N.Y., is an accountant for the WP Geoghan Agency Inc. in Bayport, N.Y.
Alan Robbins ’79 of Smithtown, N.Y., started Enterprise Coffee company in 2010 after selling his company, Galaxie Coffee, in 2005.
Bill Scriber ’80 of West Monroe, N.Y., is the executive director of the Port of Oswego Authority. (See related story)
Marie Johnson ’81 of Stamford, Conn., is executive director for SPRYE (Staying Put in Rye and Environs). She recently served as social services manager at River House Adult Day Care Center in Cos Cob, Conn. Previously, she was executive director of Senior Services of Stamford. Marie earned a master’s degree in counseling and therapeutic recreation from Southern Connecticut State University.
Michael Williams ’81 is an investment adviser representative for Generations Bank. He earned a master’s degree from the University of Detroit.
Lynn Wildman Makris ’83 is communications director at Marstudio.com, a design and marketing firm in Rockville, Md.
Tim Hannon ’84 of Leesburg, Va., is public sector solutions vice president for Tech Data and its government solutions subsidiary in Chantilly, Va.
Peter Rogers ’84 of Fishers, N.Y., is clubhouse manager for Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, N.Y. He is married to Mary Cargnoni Rogers ’87.
Sheryl Parrino Altman ’85 of Southboro, Mass., is performing in a Beatles tribute show at New York City’s Triad theatre in May 2019. She is also corporate counsel for the Breville Group.
Don Barr ’85 of South Bend, Ind., is general sales manager for WNDU-TV of South Bend.
John Kennington ’85 of Chester, N.J., is vice president for sales at Arla Foods.
Michael Neaton ’85 is the resource officer for the Potsdam (N.Y.) Central School District.
Terri Lehtonen Morgan ’86 is principal at St. Kateri School in Irondequoit, N.Y. She previously served as an administrative intern and kindergarten teacher at St. Lawrence School in Greece, N.Y. Prior to that, she taught preschool and kindergarten at Seton Catholic School in Brighton, N.Y.
Corinna Johnson ’89 of Johnson City, N.Y., is a program coordinator for Broome County (N.Y.) Catholic Schools. She is active in community outreach and local economic development as a member and officer of several area organizations.
Maria Marcellino-Snyder ’89 of Cicero, N.Y., is a partner at DiMarco, Abiusi & Pascarella, CPAs. She has been involved as an instructor with the U.S. Small Business Administration at Onondaga Community College and is a former instructor with New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Foundation for Accounting Education. She and her husband, Rick, have two daughters.
Mike Boedicker ’90 is a librarian for the Richmond Memorial Library in Batavia, N.Y. He attended the University at Buffalo for his Master of Library Science. After earning the degree, he worked as audio-visual librarian and then assistant director at the Danville Public Library in Illinois.
Michael Costello ’90 of Londonderry, N.H., is a talent management consultant for LMBT Associates.
Jeffrey Guido ’90 of Cortland, N.Y., is a teacher at Cortland High School.
Ron Klein ’90 is an area retail leader for Keybank, overseeing branches in Oneida, Otsego, Madison and parts of Onondaga County.
Amy Jacobson ’91 of Millstone Township, N.J., was a featured expert in a documentary produced by actor Jeff Bridges, Living in the Future’s Past, a look at humans and their past as a key to finding a better future. Amy began graduate school and professional life as a primatologist, but switched to evolutionary anthropology while earning a Ph.D. at Rutgers University.
Cris Bengis ’92 of Frisco, Texas, is senior vice president of commercial sales for Scooter’s Coffee. Previously, he led major food service accounts during his 12-year tenure at PepsiCo.
Amy Canale Dumas ’92 M’10 of Oswego was featured in a WCNY (Syracuse, N.Y.) video production for her therapy dog work. She is a member of the PAWS of CNY Inc. board of directors.
Thaina Gonzalez ’92 of Bronx, N.Y., is director of executive office and board relations for Sponsors for Educational Opportunity in New York City. She has been active with SUNY Oswego as a founding Return to Oz volunteer, a New York City regional volunteer and an alumni admissions volunteer. She is a member of the Oswego Alumni Association board of directors.
Don Hilton ’92 took office Jan. 1 as Oswego County sheriff.
Ed Bushaw M’93 of Gulf Shores, Ala., joined the staff of the South Baldwin (Ala.) Chamber as director of talent development and recruitment. He and his wife have three children.
Jim Davies ’93 of Atlanta, Ga., authored an article in The Conversation about the science of belief (and disbelief) in Santa Claus. He is a professor in the Institute of Cognitive Science at Carleton University.
Tim Hunt ’93 of New Woodstock, N.Y., is the general manager of the Syracuse, N.Y., branch of Five Star Equipment. Previously, he was the town of Cazenovia highway superintendent since 2007. Tim is the secretary and chairman of the Legislative Committee for the NYS Highway Association Executive Committee and treasurer of the Madison County Highway Association.
Christopher S. Smoulcey ’93 is the sergeant of the Village of Goshen (N.Y.) Police Department. He has been with the village police department since 2006, and since 2015, he has been assigned as a school resource officer at the high school. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and previously worked for the Town of Lloyd Police Department.
Rick Chandler ’94 of Annandale, Va., is the deputy undersecretary for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C.
Maria Connell ’94 of Trumansburg, N.Y., is a reading specialist for the Ithaca (N.Y.) City School District. She has been awarded two Fulbrights (Japan and Ghana) and a fellowship (Mexico) and is married to Matthew Donovan ’97, who is a senior software engineer at URSA Space Systems.
Johnny Garcia Sr. ’94 of Cheektowaga, N.Y., has been a staff member of the University at Buffalo for 24 years, currently serving as events manager.
Yvonne Scott-Younis ’94 of Liverpool, N.Y., is the marketing manager for Mohawk Global Logistics. She previously was director of development at the Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society and a senior product marketing manager in the medical device field for Smiths Medical, ConMed and Gorbel Medical. She holds an MBA from Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management.
Roderick “Rick” Coe ’95 of Waterloo, N.Y., is the 2018 recipient of the “Service Above Self” Award from the Waterloo Rotary Club. He developed a bereavement aftercare program and started the Seneca County Bereavement Support Group.
Dominick Ianno ’95 of Walpole, Mass., heads the state government relations team for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. Previously, he was director of public affairs at Pfizer Inc. He also worked as vice president at Gray Media, a public affairs firm in Boston, and as the executive director of the Massachusetts Republican Party. He is a graduate of New England Law School in Boston.
Thomas Kuchcicki ’95 of Farmingville, N.Y., is director and co-head of Global Research Technology for Bank of America in New York City.
Jeremy Aldridge ’96 of North Hollywood, Calif., was the director of The Boys Next Door, a comedy-drama centering on a caring social worker who supervises four disabled men living together in an apartment while learning to face their daily challenges together. Shannon Penrod ’84 of Santa Clarita, Calif., interviewed Jeremy for her show on Autism-Live.com.
Craig Jauvtis ’96 of Monroe, N.Y., works in technical operations for CNBC in Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Timothy Collier ’97 of Bedford, N.Y., is executive vice president of leasing for RAMCO Properties.
Jolene Lanphear Steele ’97 of Seneca Falls, N.Y., is senior vice president of branch operations and sales for Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union. She serves on the board of the Seneca Falls Rotary and is board treasurer of the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Keith Washo ’97 of San Jose, Calif., is an author and founder and CEO of Purebuds Earphones.
Michael Cassidy ’98 of Purchase, N.Y., is co-founder of August Spark. He is the former CEO and chairman of ad tech company Undertone. He is married to Jennifer Zeno Cassidy ’09.
Giovanna Colosi ’98 M’04 of Cicero, N.Y., earned her second master’s degree in Library and Information Science and accepted a job with Syracuse University as an assistant librarian for the School of Education. She and her husband, Doug Jankowski, are also the proud parents of baby, Jack, (above) who was born Oct. 5, 2018.
Cheryl Webster Crounse ’98 of Lynn, Mass., is vice president of institutional advancement and executive director of the Salem State University Foundation Inc.
Greg Walker M’98 received the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation. Greg began his career in educational administration in 1998 at Rome (N.Y.) City School District as the school’s first African American principal. In 2000, he became a principal at Fowler High School in Syracuse, N.Y. During his time there, Walker was highlighted by the Commissioner of Education in New York for the school’s academic performance through a statewide video, New York Learns, Closing the Gap. He and his wife, Adina Walker M’98, reside in Independence, Ohio. Together, they have three children, Nyla, Joshua and Caleb.
Robert Score ’00 of Port Orange, Fla., is a media producer for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Joseph McManus ’02 of Oswego is vice president of computer operations at Pathfinder Bank. Previously, he was a computer operations manager, joining the bank in 2008. He was named one of Oswego County’s “40 under 40” in 2013 and graduated from Leadership Oswego County. He serves as the board president for Friends of the Oswego Library, is a deacon at the Oswego Alliance Church and volunteers as a network administrator for Oswego Community Christian School.
Scott Symons ’02 of Windsor, N.Y., a teacher in the Windsor Central School District, was awarded the Empire State Excellence in Teaching Award.
Robert C. Whitaker Jr. ’02 of Camillus, N.Y., was selected for inclusion in the upstate New York list published by Super Lawyers in 2018. He is a partner at Hancock Estabrook.
Heather Perry Witter M’02 CAS’08 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is director of Universal Pre-K and Literacy for the Fulton (N.Y.) City School District. She began her career with the district in 2002 as a fourth-grade teacher at Volney Elementary. In 2008, she transitioned to principal of Granby Elementary School.
Tracy Underwood Caryl ’03 of Marcellus, N.Y., is an office services coordinator at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y. She and husband, Joshua Caryl ’01, have two children.
Laura Armstrong Kruspe ’03 of Rochester, N.Y., is vice president of contract and network management at iCircle Services in Webster, N.Y. She holds a master’s degree in health administration from Roberts Wesleyan College.
Arica Marfoglia ’03 of Rochester, N.Y., is senior digital media manager for Dixon Schwabl, an advertising, marketing and public relations agency in Victor, N.Y. Arica joined Dixon Schwabl in 2015. She previously worked at Gelia-Media Inc. as an online media specialist/search engine marketing specialist.
Lucia DiCaprio Watson ’03 of Surfside Beach, S.C., was named the South Carolina Outstanding Health Science Teacher for 2018. She earned National Board Certification in Health Education in 2013, and recently became a Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s Certified Pharmacy Technician. She holds dual teaching and administrator certifications, plus dental hygiene licenses, in South Carolina and New York states.
Lynn Kellman Rhone CAS ’04 is Dolgeville (N.Y.) Central Schools superintendent. Before Dolgeville, Lynn served as a principal in the Romulus (N.Y.) Central School District. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Nazareth College.
Jennifer Shepard ’04 of Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, is a program leader and facilitator for Saudi Aramco, where she runs leadership courses for women, as well as corporate workshops in diversity and inclusion. She worked with the first 50 female driving instructors in the kingdom as part of their onboarding experience.
Julie Dougall Slate ’04 of Rochester, N.Y., is assistant director of admissions for Monroe Community College.
Christopher Kessler ‘05 of South Portland, Maine, was recently elected a member of the Maine House of Representatives for District 32.
Katie Regan M’05 of Syracuse, N.Y., is director of educational technology at Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Katie primarily worked with 22 schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse as a technology integration specialist for the Central New York Regional Information Center.
KaeLyn Rich ’05 (above) was joined by more than 150 friends and family Aug. 11, 2018, at the Avenue Black Box Theater in Rochester, N.Y., to celebrate the launch of her book, Girls Resist!: A Guide to Activism, Leadership and Starting a Revolution. KaeLyn is a staff writer for website autostraddle.com; the assistant advocacy director of the ACLU of New York; and a feminist organizer, nonprofit leader and sexuality educator. She was the former community affairs coordinator for Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York. She lives in Rochester with her spouse and their new baby.
McCall Vrydaghs ’05 of Dayton, Ohio, is the new chief meteorologist at WHIO-TV. She’s been with the station for six years and is an Emmy Award-winning certified broadcast meteorologist.
Kelly Crahan Burdick ‘06 of Fulton, N.Y., is the archive librarian for the Watertown (N.Y.) Daily Times. She and her husband, Dustin Burdick ‘06, technology teacher at Indian River (N.Y.) High School, have two daughters.
Ian Farrell ’06 of Clay, N.Y., is an account representative on the healthcare team for CXTec Company in Syracuse, N.Y. Previously, he worked as an insurance agent and as a national account manager for a local distribution company.
Kelly McClain ’06 of Westvale, N.Y., is a sales manager for CenterState CEO. Previously, she worked at Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists.
Danielle Richie ’06 of Durham, N.C., is a senior associate director of MBA admissions and student recruitment for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Richard Shea ’07 is assistant principal for Albany (N.Y.) High School.
Meagan Smith ’07 of Nashville, Tenn., is the assistant director of the Office of Active Citizenship and Service at Vanderbilt University.
Greg Doyle ’08 of Charlotte, N.C., is assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach at Wingate University. Previously, he was the head swimming coach and aquatics director at York College of Pennsylvania. In addition to his coaching duties, Greg serves as swim lesson program director for Wingate aquatics. He earned a master’s degree in athletic administration from Coker College in 2015.
Craig Knowles ’08 of Plattsburgh, N.Y., is a corrections officer for the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision in Ray Brook, N.Y.
Jessica Arno Smith ’08 of Clay, N.Y., is marketing manager at Appel Osborne. She joined the firm in 2011.
John A. Tilert Jr. ‘08 moved to Taipei, Taiwan, in 2012 to teach science at Taipei Fuhsing Private School. After four years in Taipei, he moved to Manila, Philippines, to work at the International School Manila as a grade 7 science teacher. In fall 2018, he returned to Taipei Fuhsing Private School to take a position as a homeroom and science teacher. He holds a master’s degree in teaching English to speakers of other languages from the City College of New York.
Brian Schultz ’09 is president and managing member of Dimien, which creates “clean tech” chemical products. He has a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University at Buffalo, and has received several awards and grants through the National Science Foundation, Small Business Innovation Research, Panasci Competition and NYSERDA. (See related story on page 25.)
Amanda M. McHenry ’10 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is supervising attorney of the family court program at Hiscock Legal Aid Society. Previously, she served as assistant supervising attorney. She joined the organization as a staff attorney in 2015.
Brian Croce ’11 of Alexandria, Va., joined Pensions & Investments in June 2018 as a reporter in the newspaper’s Washington, D.C., office. Before joining P&I, Brian worked at Hanley Wood Media as a senior associate editor, where he wrote news and feature stories for Builder and Multifamily Executive magazines.
Mary McLaughlin ’12 of Harpursville, N.Y., is graphic design manager for Riger Marketing Communications in Binghamton, N.Y. Mary was previously an account/production coordinator and graphic designer. She interned with the agency during her senior year of college and was hired upon graduation.
Mark Taitt ’12 M’14 of Brooklyn, N.Y., is assistant director of marketing and student engagement at Fordham University.
Justin Bentley M’13 of Rochester, N.Y., is a senior accountant at Tette & Ingersoll, a division of Allied Financial Partners in Victor, N.Y. He earned his certified public accountant license in 2018. He joined Tette & Ingersoll in 2013.
Tyler Edic ’13 of Savannah, Ga., is the video production coordinator for Visit Savannah. He holds an MBA from Trident University International.
Jessica Myers ’13 of Cicero, N.Y., is SUNY Oswego’s School of Business secretary for the accounting, finance and law and the marketing and management departments. Previously, she was the planning secretary for Auburn (N.Y.) Correctional Facility.
Brian Tosti ’13 is the director of broadcasting and media relations for the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League. Previously, he was the Greenville Swamp Rabbits’ director of media relations/broadcaster, where he was named a finalist for the league’s 2018 Broadcaster of the Year award. In addition to serving as the voice of the organization, he also generated print and audio content while serving as the team’s liaison to the East Coast Hockey League’s media department.
Lauren Calabrese ’14 is a designer for Plan & Print Systems Inc. in Syracuse, N.Y.
Ryan Dadey ’14 M’17 of Irmo, S.C., is a management consultant for PwC Advisory in Columbia, S.C.
Elizabeth Tiffany M’14 CAS’14 is a behavior intervention specialist in the Fulton (N.Y.) City School District. Previously, she was a school psychologist in the district. She is pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Studies in educational leadership through the Central New York Leadership Development Program.
Mackenzie Kjerstad ’15 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is a commercial portfolio manager for Pathfinder Bank. Previously, she was a commercial credit analyst.
Tim Mullhaupt ’15 of Old Forge, Pa., is the United States Hockey League’s Lincoln Stars’ director of communications and broadcasting. Tim spent three seasons as the play-by-play announcer for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (Pa.) Knights in the North American Hockey League.
Caitlin Owens ’15 is a residence hall director at SUNY Oswego.
Delsey Attardi ’16 of Garden City, N.J., is a talent agent at Buchwald Talent Agency. She was featured in Variety Magazine as a top assistant in Hollywood. Delsey joined as assistant to head of the voiceover promo department. She’s taken part in major brand campaigns for clients at the Grammys, SXSW, Coachella and the Outside Lands Music Festival.
Nicholas Bagnato ’16 of Schenectady, N.Y., is a community habilitator for AIM Services.
Christopher Collins-McNeil ’16 of Ossining, N.Y., was named to the 2018 New York City 40 Under 40 Rising Stars list in City & State New York magazine. He is an associate at public affairs firm Mercury.
Annabelle Flaherty ’16 is a multimedia journalist for the WBNG 12 News team in Binghamton, N.Y. Previously, she worked as a writer at Spectrum News NY1 in New York City.
Shane Kenyon ’16 of Canandaigua, N.Y., is an account specialist for Integrated Systems.
Victoria Love ’16 of Canton, Mass., is a producer for Boston 25 News/COX Media Group.
Dylan Niewiemski ’16 M’17 of North Chili, N.Y., is a staff accountant in the audit department of Insero & Co. CPAs.
Mackenzie Scott ’16 of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, launched bgon, a trading app for students to buy and sell items exclusively at their schools. It is being tested in 500 schools across Canada.
Reid Adler ’17 M’18 is the associate residence director at New Mexico State University.
Richard Balch ’17 of Ilion, N.Y., is a child protective investigator for the Department of Social Services in Mexico, N.Y.
Emily Cole ’17 of Oswego is the deputy regional director of United States Senator Charles Schumer’s Central New York office.
Karl Dubash CAS ’17 of Rochester, N.Y., is assistant principal at Victor (N.Y.) Senior High School.
Marek M. Gonzalez ’17 M’18 of Camillus, N.Y., is a tax associate for Fust Charles Chambers in DeWitt, N.Y. Marek previously interned with Fust Charles Chambers.
Gregorio Jimenez ’17 of Syracuse, N.Y., is the executive director of the Near Westside Initiative. He grew up in the neighborhood, graduated from Fowler High School and Onondaga Community College. He has worked for the City of Syracuse and the Boys and Girls Club doing youth programming.
Matt Paddock ’17 joined the WICZ-TV Fox 40 news team in Binghamton, N.Y., as a reporter in July 2018. Previously, he was a videographer for WSTM in Syracuse, N.Y.
Anna Paradiso ’17 of Atlanta, Ga., is a paraprofessional for the Tapestry Public Charter School in Doraville, Ga., working with children on the autism spectrum.
Courteney Reed ’17 of Syracuse, N.Y., is a digital outreach specialist for Terakeet.
Kenny Roffo ’17 (above) of San Gabriel, Calif., is a software engineer for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, working with the InSight (Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) Mars Lander. He participated in the Oswego Alumni Association’s Alumni-In-Residence program on Oct. 23, 2018.
Giovanna Saulle ’17 is sales and service coordinator and events manager for D.C. United in Arlington, Va.
Kodua Boateng ’18 is a system validation engineer for Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Ore.
Wyoma “Mia” Crandall ’18 of Wells, Maine, is a job developer and employment specialist for Thatcher Brook Center in Biddeford, Maine, and a figure skating coach for North Atlantic Figure Skating in Falmouth, Maine.
Imani Cruz ’18 of New York City is the executive assistant to the senior vice president of talent and casting at MTV Networks/Viacom. She was featured on the cover of the October issue of FAO, Fashion at Oswego, the club she started.
Stephanie Herbert ’18 is a digital outreach specialist for Terakeet in Syracuse, N.Y.
Jordan Mallore ’18 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is a staff accountant at Cadaret Grant in Syracuse, N.Y.
Nicholas Marinelli ’18 of Auburn, N.Y., is an associate for Dermody, Burke & Brown CPAs in Syracuse, N.Y.
Alan McReynolds ’18 of Cicero, N.Y., joined Hiscock Legal Aid Society as a law assistant in the appeals program.