New Members Join Alumni Association, College Foundation Boards
The Oswego Alumni Association (OAA) and the Oswego College Foundation—the two nonprofits that work closely with the Division of Development and Alumni Engagement—elected new members whose expertise and connections will help advance the mission of the college and of the boards themselves.
The OAA, not-for-profit corporation that represents the diverse interests and needs of more than 90,000 alumni, elected three new members to three-year terms, effective July 1, 2021.
Joining the board for three-year terms are Brad Bernstein ’89, co-managing partner at Farber Blicht Eyerman & Herzog; Shoy Colbourne ’09, director of implementation for the Bronx Department of Education; and Dee McGowan Perkins ’85, owner of Bright Ideas CNY.
Additionally, the following members have stepped down from their positions with the board, effective June 30: Amy Vanderlyke Dygert ’01 and Lisa Marceau Schnorr ’87. Marc Beck ’93, Mark Salmon ’93 and Dan Scaia ’68 have completed their terms, but will remain on the board as at-large members.
A not-for-profit organization that raises and manages private support to advance SUNY Oswego, the Oswego College Foundation appointed members for three-year terms, effective July 1, 2021.
New members are: Jennifer Carey ’85 ’92, the CEO and founding principal of JLC Environmental Consultants, Inc.; Aunrée Houston ’00, a certified life coach, a global creative and marketing operations executive and creative director; and Susannah Melchior Schaefer ’90, the executive vice chair, president and chief executive officer of Smile Train.
To learn more about the Oswego Alumni Association and College Foundation and their members, visit alumni.oswego.edu.
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