Two new members have been named to the Oswego College Foundation Inc. Board of Directors for a term of three years, effective July 1.
Kathy Bower ’85 and Tom Schneider have joined the volunteer board. The board sets policy, approves the operating budget and holds fiduciary responsibility of private funds contributed to the foundation.
Bower, general counsel for New England Enterprise, was a public justice and history major who went on to earn a juris doctorate from Hofstra University. She was recently admitted to the United States Supreme Court and holds positions as a Special Master in the United States District Court and as Attorney Trial Referee and Fact Finder at the Superior Court level. She served as keynote speaker for SUNY Oswego’s Honors Convocation in 2018, and has participated as an annual fund donor to The Fund for Oswego. She resides in Southbury, Conn.
Schneider is president and CEO of Pathfinder Bank, and has spent his entire 35-year career in the financial servicesindustry. Among his many board appointments are the Advisory Council of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton School of Business, the New York Bankers Association, the Community Bankers Forum, CenterState CEO, WCNY, Oswego Health, Shineman Foundation, Port of Oswego and The MOST. He also serves as an adjunct professor in SUNY Oswego’s School of Business and as a member of its Advisory Board.
Renewing members of the board are: Bill Burns ’83, Rose Cardamone Crane ’81, Steve Doran ’82, Jack James ’62, Doreen Mochrie ’85 and Bob Moritz ’85.
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