Three graduates who have already demonstrated their commitment to SUNY Oswego and its students have been elected to the Oswego Alumni Association Board of Directors, the policy-setting arm of OAA. They attended their initial meeting on campus Oct. 4. Joining the board are:
Cathleen Richards ’09, Washington, D.C., a broadcasting and mass communication major, owns District of Cathleen, LLC, a company leading educational tours on the east coast. She has served as a volunteer for regional alumni events, Alumni-In-Residence and GOLD Leadership Council. As a student, Richards was a Johnson Hall resident mentor, admissions tour guide and board member of the Omicron Delta Kappa honor society.
Jeffrey Sorensen ’92, who majored in accounting, is a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Rochester. He has been an Alumni-In-Residence volunteer and, along with his wife, Ginger Bray Sorensen ’93, has established a scholarship at SUNY Oswego. They reside in Pittsford, N.Y.
Thomas Yates ’89 of New York City, is managing director of Wells Fargo Securities in NYC, where he was previously a vice president at J.P. Morgan. He majored in accounting and has been active in SUNY Oswego reunions and a generous supporter of the college’s Possibility Scholars Program.
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