Ron Smith ’67 of Sayville, N.Y., is the current statewide political action committee coordinator for New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) after teaching in Sayville Public Schools for 37 years. Ron also serves as an executive vice president for the L.I. Federation of Labor and as a state committee member for the Working Families Party. In his free time, he enjoys sailing both on Long Island and in the Caribbean.
Nicholas Nanos ’69 of Bellmore, N.Y., is the owner of and an oriental medical practitioner at Oriental Martial & Healing Arts, providing acupuncture, Chinese herbology, medical massage and AMMA, an Oriental massage modality of Korean derivation as well as acupressure. He is a licensed massage therapist, a licensed acupuncturist and a lifelong martial artist.
Kathleen Jantschi Callahan ’70 of Fulton, N.Y., retired from teaching in 2010 and enjoys travelling and reading in her retirement. During her time at Oswego, she enjoyed being a part of Pi Delta Chi, serving as a yearbook editor and taking in the beauty that Lake Ontario provided.
Donna Osterhout Davenport ’71 of Norman, Okla., is a broker associate for Keller Williams Realty Mulinix, in Norman.
William Fisher M’71 is a retired teacher living in Madrid, N.Y.
Francine Zolkower Wolf ’71 of Largo, Fla., is a performing artist for ZaZu Productions, LLC. She has been touring the USA with her improv show, “Half-Baked Boomer,” appearing at Fringe Festivals. Currently, she is writing a show that incorporates her life story.
John Condon ’72 of Medford, N.J., works as chief operating officer and chief financial officer at the Henderson Group in Media, Pa. John was a part of the Laker Men’s Basketball team.
Howard Domeseck ’72 of Waco, Texas, retired in December 2016, relocated to Waco from Delaware and is enjoying a “winter-free” life.
Garrett Evans ’73 is a retired teacher living in Gaffney, S.C.
Linda Synakowski Iannone ’73 of New Hartford, N.Y., is director of booking and special events at the Stanley Theatre in Utica.
Marcia Guller Collier ’74 of Lake Placid, Fla., works as a utilities professional for National Grid.
Carol Johnson Castiglione ’75 of Walland, Tenn., works at Coco Belle Ridge Retreat Lodge Inc.
Mark Metcalfe ’76 taught science for 40 years, with the last 30 years as a chemistry teacher at Fort Defiance High School in Virginia. Mark was Teacher of the Year during his last year of teaching at FDHS, and also for the state American Chemical Society. He has been retired since 2017 and enjoys traveling and gardening around the yard.
Frank Murray ’76 of Annapolis, Md., works at the Community College of Baltimore County as a VA certifying official, in Catonsville, Md. Frank was a part of the Laker Men’s Lacrosse team and participated in intramural football. He also is a brother of the fraternity Epsilon Pi Tau.
Eric Gottesman ’77 of Oakland Gardens, N.Y., is the president of EMER Partners, an IT project management and telehealth company.
Kevin Shumelda ’77 of Viera, Fla., now retired, worked in the Washington, D.C., area for U.S. government intelligence agencies and corporate U.S. government contractors, performing technical recruiting and vetting of candidates in the continental United States.
Douglas Williams ’77 of Schenectady, N.Y., is now retired. He was involved with Sigma Gamma during his time at Oswego.
Robert Andrews ’78 of Catonsville, Md., works from home as an IT application administrator for Asurion, a provider of device insurance, warranty and support services for cell phones, consumer electronics and home appliances. Robert and his wife, Lynn, became grandparents for the first time, in March 2016, to their grandson, Henry.
David Lenio ’78 of Elizabeth, Colo., is a regional manager at 3M.
Keith Parsons ’78 of Beaverton, Ore., is a senior underwriter at the Standard Insurance Company.
Leanne Shank ’78 relocated to New Hope, Pa., with her husband and two bernedoodles. She is the senior vice president for legal and corporate affairs and general counsel at the Law School Admissions Counsel in Newton, Pa. She was a member of the Laker Women’s Swimming team.
Michael McCrobie ’79 is a retired English teacher for Oswego City Schools, currently living in Oswego, N.Y., with his wife, Sally. During his time teaching at Oswego schools, Mike was elected to the New York State High School Softball Hall of Fame. As a 28-year varsity coach at Oswego High School, his teams won over 400 games, including three Section III titles and six league championships. He was named league Coach of the Year seven times, and was New York State Coach of the Year in 1993. Three of his four children are SUNY Oswego graduates (Sarah ’06, Brian ’11 and Eric ’11 M’18).
Joseph Priola ’79 of Fairport, N.Y., retired from Brighton Central Schools in Rochester, N.Y., in 2017 after 33 years as a teacher, team leader and department coordinator. He continues to work as an adjunct professor at St. John Fisher, where he has been teaching part time since 1998. He and his wife of 36 years, Theresa, are the proud parents of a son who earned a Ph.D. in biomolecular and chemical engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and a daughter who earned her biomedical engineering degree at Syracuse University.
Dale Wolfield ’79 of Port Ewen, N.Y., works as a trustee at Hudson River Maritime Museum. He was honored for his work in art education by Arts Mid Hudson’s 7th Annual Ulster County Art Awards in June 2019.
Joseph Ambrose ’80 of Amityville, N.Y., is a retired IT worker and currently spending time in a local FedEx ship center. At FedEx, Joseph is keeping the center’s computers up-to-date and learning how to safely pack and ship things for the community on the south shore of Long Island. During his time at Oswego, he was fortunate to be a paper grader for the late Professor Weslowski of the Computer Science Department.
Mary “Monica” Bartoszek ‘80 of Ballston Lake, N.Y., had a long career in journalism, but has been working in the academic department of communication at the University of Albany since 2012.
Joan Cear ’80 New York, N.Y., is the founder and principal of Grayfin Partner, LLC, a strategic communications consulting firm in New York City. She was previously senior vice president of communications at Kellen Company, a full-service public relations, public affairs, digital and integrated marketing agency, as well as a global leader in association management.
James DiIorio ’80 of Sylvan Beach, N.Y., is a retired artist who worked at Madison-Oneida BOCES in Verona, N.Y. To keep himself occupied, he has started doing artwork and sign making for Sylvan Synes, by Maynard Pynes. At Oswego, he was a part of the wrestling team for all four years.
Lynn Kiyasu Hartwell ’80 of Mahopac, N.Y., is a senior manager in commercialization at PepsiCo in Purchase, N.Y. She enjoys mentoring new hires and building internal talent, while seeking the continued growth of PEP portfolio beverages. One of her current hobbies is repurposing and recycling in creative artistry.
Stuart Allen ’81 of Salida, Colo., works at Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation.
Susan Baier ’81 is the director of finance at Omega Tool Measuring Machines in Fairport, N.Y. Previously, she served as vice president of finance at Lumetrics Inc. She earned a master’s degree in accounting from George Washington University.
Charles Giacomo ’81 of Harrison, N.Y., retired as a firefighter from the Harrison Fire Department. Charles retired as a commander from the U.S. Navy Reserve, having served during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He has accumulated 306 carrier landings on five different aircraft carriers, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross, two Air Medals and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, all with Combat designating “V” device.
Thomas Pragel ’81 of Little River, S.C., is a retired educational technologist at the U.S. Department of Defense – Fort Jackson Schools.
Larry Rubinstein ’81 of North Bellmore, N.Y., is a manager for the engineer remote services department at Metrovision in Carlstadt, N.J. He traveled with Governor Cuomo and worked on the daily press conferences about the COVID-19 pandemic. He is responsible for the production and satellite transmission of the daily broadcasts.
Ron Kurtz ’82 of Boston works in corporate finance. After being a three-year RA in Oneida Hall, he thanks the residence directors, professors and alumni for making his four years at Oswego the happiest years of his life.
Joann Avellino Schirripa ’82 of Huntington, N.Y., owns her own accounting firm in Huntington. Joann was a member of the Ski Club during her time at Oswego.
Michelle Klinger Wellner ’82 of Weston, Fla., works at Spohn Global in Tamarac, Fla., where she is a director of product development. She enjoys CycleBar and Pure Barre workouts, and being president of the Phi Lambda Phi Alumni Association.
David Burnett ’83 of Sugar Loaf, N.Y., has worked as a SAP financial accounting and controlling systems analyst at Carl Zeiss Inc. in White Plains, N.Y., for the past 14 years. He enjoys working with the accounting team, SAP users on their business processes and new requirements for SAP.
Rob Perillo ’83 is a chief meteorologist at KATC, virtual channel 3, a dual ABC/CW+-affiliated television station licensed to Lafayette, La. He was the recipient of this year’s John Coleman Broadcast Award from the National Tropical Weather Conference, the nation’s forum for professional training in hurricane preparedness for media and business.
Karen Huebel ’84 of Prospect, Ohio, is the director of theming and interpretive design at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, where she has worked for 24 years. She has been involved in designing and building zoos and aquariums for the past 30 years, starting as a volunteer in Syracuse, N.Y. She oversees habitat design, signage and technology and project manages all aspects of design for the zoo’s properties. She also serves as an associate instructor in Master Planning and Exhibit Design for The Ohio State University’s biology course.
Mark W. Marano ’84 is president and chief executive officer of Structural Integrity Associates Inc. in Charlotte, N.C. Mark rejoined the workforce after a short retirement from Westinghouse Electric Company, where he previously was chief operating officer and oversaw core global products and services. He played a key role in the company’s emergence from bankruptcy. Previously, he served as Westinghouse President, Americas and EMEA sales regions for four years, driving strategic revenue growth in a challenging nuclear market.
Jay Ahuja ’85 of Charlotte, N.C., was golfing with his father at Sea Pines Heritage in Hilton Head, S.C., in November, when he saw another golfer who was wearing an Oswego sweatshirt. Although neither recognized each other, it turned out that the fellow alumnus was Psi Phi Gamma brother, Dave D’Arcy ’89 who lives in Savannah, Ga.
Amy Fliegelman Olli ’85, senior vice president and general counsel of VMWare, was appointed to the board of directors at Televerde, an integrated sales and marketing technology organization. Amy is responsible for the global law team and champions the company’s commitment to integrity, ethics, compliance and risk management practices. With more than 25 years of legal experience, she has participated in and led organizations responsible for corporate philanthropy; corporate security and business continuity planning; corporate social responsibility; environmental, health and safety; ethics and compliance; global trade compliance; government affairs; and government solutions.
Rocco Sinisi ’85 of Rockville Centre, N.Y. worked as a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department on Long Island for the past 29 years. He retired in early March. He plans to spend time with family and friends, and hopes to participate in his 13th consecutive Boston Marathon.
Terri Sharpe ’86 of St. Louis, Mo., is a realtor at HSG Realty in St. Louis after working as a business analyst and QA lead for financial services companies throughout much of her career.
Lisa Monahan ’87 of Little Falls, N.Y., is a principal welfare examiner at the Herkimer County Department of Social Services in Herkimer, N.Y.
Henry Seymour ’87 ’92 of Cortland, N.Y., works in freelance film, video audio/visual production at Juggling Cats, LLC, in Rochester, N.Y. When Henry attended Oswego, he was involved in WOCR, The Oswegonian, WRVO and Onondaga Hall Council, and was a resident assistant.
John Sheffield ’87 M’97 of Oswego is a retired teacher, and now serves as the business development manager for the Lake Ontario Event & Conference Center.
Geri Penz Vaeth ’87 of Henrietta, N.Y., works as an administrative office assistant at Caldwell Manufacturing Co. NA LLC in Rochester, N.Y.
Mark Warford ’87 is an assistant principal in the Bethlehem Central School District’s middle school in Delmar, N.Y. Mark was selected as a 2020 New York State Assistant Principal of the Year by the School Administrators Association of New York State and the National Association of Elementary School Principals. He earned a master’s degree in administration from the University at Albany.
Melinda Heaney Bienert ’88 of San Clemente, Calif., is a real estate investor at Real Simple Property Solutions, LLC.
Jonathan Buhner ’89 M’94 retired as superintendent at South Colonie (N.Y.) Central School District in February after 12 years there and four years as superintendent of the Walton Central School District in Delaware County. He worked for a total of 30 years in public education.
Nancy Merringer Morrison ’89 of Somerset, Pa., works as an elementary art and classroom teacher.
Kathleen Aris ’90 of Hazlet, N.J., is the director of events marketing at Sungard Availability Services in Carlstadt, N.J.
Marci Goldman Gower ’90 of Denver, Colo., is a freelance marketing and events specialist. After living in Southern Florida for the past 15 years, Marci and her husband, Nick, decided to relocate to the Denver area. As a student at Oswego, she was involved with The Oswegonian.
Sean Green ’90 was named the 2019-2020 All-Bee Boys Hockey Coach of the Year for Williamsville South’s (N.Y.) Federation hockey team after a small schools championship win. Hockey has played a huge role in Sean’s life after winning multiple national championships through Amherst hockey, playing collegiately at SUNY Oswego and continuing to play professionally after college.
Charles E. Lattuca ’90 was elected president and CEO of GoTriangle in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel HIll area of North Carolina. Previously, he was executive director of Transit Development and Delivery for the Maryland Department of Transportation. A six-year Navy veteran, Charles earned a certificate in Strategic Leadership for State Executives from Duke University. He began his career as a legislative analyst in the Office of the New York State Assembly’s minority leader and also has served as the New York governor’s assistant director of state operations, overseeing the Department of Transportation, the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Office of General Services.
Barbara Roland Milano ’90 of Niskayuna, N.Y., works as an assistant to a CEO. She is happily living in the Capital Region of New York and working on her first novel.
Kelly Molesworth Tiscornia ’90 of Salem, Ore., is in her 24th year working in the Salem Keizer School District, most recently as a school counselor.
Grace Bottitta Williamson ’90 of Owings, Md., works as a national recreation and tourism coordinator at the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries in Silver Spring, Md. In her position she connects the public to their ocean parks through responsible recreation, tourism and stewardship opportunities. Grace said she is excited to see that Lake Ontario has been nominated as a potential new national marine sanctuary.
Wendy Seamon Garcia ’91 of Round Hill, Va., teaches group exercise at Fairfax County Parks and Recreation. Her interest first sparked after she was a group exercise instructor at Cooper-Glimmerglass fitness centers on campus at Oswego. She was also involved in Alpha Phi Omega and the Sailing Club. She has been happily married for 20 years and has two children.
Lee Kaiser ’91 of Centreville, Va., is a counselor working for Fairfax County Public Schools in Centreville.
Joseph J. Manna ’92, a senior partner at the law firm of Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP, was elected president of the Western New York Trial Lawyers Association. With 25 years of experience as a trial attorney, he has tried cases from New York City to Los Angeles, focusing his practice on commercial litigation and plaintiff’s personal injury law, with a particular emphasis on medical malpractice matters. He is consistently recognized by his peers in The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers, and has earned national and regional recognition, including Lifetime Achievement Membership to America’s Top 100 Attorneys and being named to Buffalo Business First’s Legal Elite.
Natalie McComb ’92 of Virginia Beach, Va., is an associate director of Administration & Strategies at Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters Inc. in Virginia Beach, Va.
Julie Weiser Micali ’93 of Rochester, N.Y., is a special education teacher/instructional coach in the Rochester City School District. When Julie attended Oswego, she was involved in Omega Delta Phi and loved the sunsets on Lake Ontario.
Adam Altman ’94 has written over 100 telecommunications articles published in various technology magazines, and has published a novel, Ridicula (Publish Wholesale, 2018). He has been honored with writing scholarships and is currently working on his doctorate in education leadership after earning a graduate degree in information science from the University at Albany.
Scott Gray ’95 of Oceanside, Calif., is a senior quality manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific in Carlsbad, Calif.
Jeffrey Wernick ’95 of Latham, N.Y., is an assistant director of public information at NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, after working 20-plus years at WNYT, the NBC affiliate in Albany. Jeffrey left this position before the outbreak of COVID-19, but first helped develop a plan that enabled newscasts to continue while maintaining social distancing and having talent work remotely. He looks forward to helping media across the state from the other side of the business. During his time at Oswego, Jeffrey was involved in WTOP, WNYT and The Oswegonian.
Michael Jargo ’96 of Stony Brook, N.Y., is a guidance counselor in Islip Public Schools in Islip, N.Y.
Sean Pope ’96 M’99 of Brewster, N.Y., is a high school engineering teacher at Fox Lane High School in Bedford, N.Y.
Nicole Woodall ’96 joined Fust Charles Chambers LLP in January 2019, after working in tax, accounting and advisory for the past 20 years.
Jennifer DeMayo ’97 is a recruitment and employment specialist at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, N.Y. She is responsible for the coordination and implementation of human resource processes and procedures, including recruitment, employment, civil service processing, and payroll. Previously at MVCC, she held several positions in the college’s Business Office, finally serving as a principal account clerk.
James Rowbottom ’97 of Smyrna, Ga., is a writer and producer for CNN Newsource in Atlanta, Ga. At Oswego, he was involved in the fraternity, Sigma Chi, and was a member of the Laker Cross Country team.
Melissa E. Vincent ’97 lives in Santa Cruz, Calif., while working for Apple Inc. in Cupertino, Calif. She married her partner of five years while aboard S/V Seaheart in the middle of the San Francisco Bay, exchanging vows while headed toward Alcatraz and Angel Island. From working in Inclusion and Diversity with Apple, Melissa has been able to travel to many destinations including India, England, France, China, Singapore and Thailand. With her new role working for Apple’s Technology Development Group, she focuses on bringing Apple’s core values to life. Melissa is on the Board of Directors for Monterey Bay Marine Life Studies and the Whale Entanglement Team, and has trained extensively on whale disentanglement, including with NOAA experts in Maui.
Richard (RJ) DeLisle M’99, a director of technology in the Baldwinsville (N.Y.) Central School District, received the 2020 Leader in Digital Education Award by the School Administrators Association of New York State, recognizing his exceptional, creative leadership in harnessing the potential of technology to further teaching and student achievement.
Michael Collins ’00 is commissioner of the Department of Neighborhood and Business Development for the City of Syracuse, N.Y. He has been executive director at the Northeast Community Center since 2014. Prior to that he worked in property management for Interfaith Works, ran his own Syracuse construction company and worked as a teacher at Meacham Elementary.
Jeff Ragovin ’00 is the chief commercial officer of Fyllo, a marketing technology company focused on the cannabis industry.
Christopher Anctil ’01 of Plattsburgh, N.Y., is an immigration services officer at U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security in St. Albans, Vt.
Michael Kite ’02 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a senior director of business development at Digital Hyve in Syracuse, N.Y.
Naomi Pominville ’02 of Stockbridge, Ga., is a business analyst advisor at Cigna.
Kristen Hoyt Vinson ’02 of Elgin, S.C., is married with three children who range in age from 11 to 16. She is the assistant vice president of service operations for Selerix Systems Inc., a software company based in Dallas, Texas. Kristen has worked with the company for 12 years and opened its South Carolina office about six years ago. The office has 17 employees and is growing.
Ali (Allessandra) Messore Skinner ’03 is vice president of communications strategy and leads a team of 15 people for Capital District Physicians’ Health Plan, where she has worked since 2011. She previously worked as a Capital Region journalist.
Kelly Crissy Nickerson ’04 of Fulton, N.Y., is a digital coordinator for WRVO Public Media on the SUNY Oswego campus.
Ryan Snyder Sullivan ’04 of Copenhagen, N.Y., is a typist for Student Records at Jefferson Community College in Watertown, N.Y.
Julie Barlow ’05 of Rome, N.Y., is a branch supervisor at Community Bank N.A. in Rome.
Tom ’06 and Ariana Cuadrado Sylvester ’06 kicked off Genesee Community College’s third annual Pitch Competition with the presentation, “Becoming a Lifestyle Builder: Your Guide to Creating an Aligned and Amazing Life.” The couple covered the first three sections of their book, Life Builders, Build Your Business, Quit Your Job and Live Your Ideal Lifestyle.
Travis Smith ’05 M’06 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., was promoted to audit senior manager at Dermody, Burke & Brown. He is a member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants and the not-for-profit section of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Jennifer Krusch ’07 of Denver, Colo., is a senior specialist in operational communications for Comcast in Englewood, Colo.
Shelby Matthews Mancuso ’07, husband, Mike, and children, Hudson (3), Parry and Finlee (6-month-old twins) were excited to appear on NBC’s Today show in September, after making Oswego shirts as Al Roker ’76 wears. They wanted to join the Oswego party! Shelby is a learning and development associate for LIFEPlan CCO, and they live in Frankfort, N.Y.
Kelly Bootier Mattice ’07 of Niskayuna, N.Y., is a Spanish teacher in North Colonie (N.Y.) Central Schools.
Michele Giorlando DeRosa ’08 of Stamford, Conn., is an English teacher at Greenwich (Conn.) Public Schools. During her time at Oswego, she was a member of the Laker Women’s Tennis team.
Brian Hauser ’08 M’10 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a web developer at Dupli Envelope & Graphics in Syracuse, N.Y., where he manages all company websites and digital marketing materials.
Sarah Kane ’08 M’15 of Endicott, N.Y., has been an assistant dean of finance and human resources at the Watson School at Binghamton University since July 2018.
Jill Tompkins ’08 of Oswego graduated in May from Syracuse University College of Law. She was selected to join the Order of Barristers, an honorary society for law graduates excelling in oral advocacy.
Edwin Acevedo M’09 of Nashville, Tenn., is a digital optimization specialist at Tru-Star Marketing in Nashville.
Caitlin Hafner Grady ’09 of Holly Spring, N.C., is enjoying her time as a stay-at-home mom.
Alexander Rufer ’09 of Niskayuna, N.Y., is a commodity market analyst at Momentive Performance Materials in Waterford, N.Y. He was a member of the Men’s Rugby team at Oswego.
Benjamin Amey ’10 of Schenectady, N.Y., is a communications and public relations manager at Proctors Collaborative. While a student at Oswego, he was involved in the student media organizations, WTOP-10 and WNYO.
Austin Byrd ’10 of Lancaster, N.Y., is a senior manager of philanthropy at the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation in Staten Island, N.Y. At Oswego, Austin was involved with Phi Beta Lambda and Omicron Delta Kappa, and worked as a resident mentor and with campus recreation.
Courtney Price ’10 of Moore, Okla., is a senior geologist at Chaparral Energy in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Christina Blanchard ’12 of Philadelphia, Pa., is an integration manager at Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York, N.Y.
Mayol A. Malak ’12 of Syracuse, N.Y., works as a coordinator for Syracuse Model Neighborhood Face in Syracuse.
Angela Janack ’13 M’14 is an audit senior with over five years of experience providing audits, reviews and compilations for a variety of industries. She concentrates in the industry specialties of nonprofit and architecture and engineering (A/E), and she specializes in providing audits of employee benefit plans and SOC 1 audits. She is also a member of the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance and Beta Alpha Psi, the international honor organization for financial information students and professionals.
Steven Neuhauser ’13 M’15 is an accountant at D’Arcangelo & Co. LLP, working in the Oneida office.
Brendon Phillips ’13 of Niskayuna, N.Y., is a social media specialist at the University of Albany. Brendon was a member of WTOP during his time at Oswego.
Mary Yaeger Sansone ’13 of Somerville, Mass., is the associate director of alumni engagement at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. During her time at Oswego, she was involved in Public Relations Student Society of America, Del Sarte Dance Club, Lambda Pi Eta and Omicron Delta Kappa.
Crystal Walters Braham ’14 was hired by Cayuga Counseling Services as a crime victims specialist for the Auburn Police in Auburn, N.Y.
Brian Chojnacki ’14 interned with WKBW-TV. After working in several markets, he filled a position in the sports department with WIVB-TV in Buffalo, N.Y.
Christianna Miller ’14 of Ballston Spa, N.Y., has embarked on two, 20,000-mile solo road trips around the county (2016 and 2018) since graduation. She is currently planning a third solo road trip to Alaska, “At-last-ka” to complete her goal of setting foot in every state. Starting off a production career on several television shows, she worked her way to being a full-time freelance production coordinator. Some of her past jobs include music videos for Drake, Ariana Grande, Maroon 5 and Dua Lipa, and on commercials for Chanel, Target, ESPN, Disney, Google Apple, Facebook and many other household names. One of her most recent jobs aired during 2020’s Super Bowl for New York Life.
Amanda Millier ’14 of Albany, N.Y., was appointed as an Excelsior Service Fellow in the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations after graduating with her MBA. During the two-year appointment, she is working on a variety of projects pertaining to policy.
Mohamed Rizly Noor Mohamed ’14 of Matale, Sri Lanka, is working as a recruiter.
John Mongiello ’14 of Stamford, Conn., is a senior production assistant at World Wrestling Entertainment. He attributes his internship experience with Elvis Duran and the Morning Show on New York City’s Z100, and the success of his WNYO radio show 4 Guys in a Booth with helping him obtain a position as a DJ/producer at Cumulus Media’s top station in Syracuse, N.Y., 93Q. He also produced live Syracuse Chiefs baseball broadcasts on its sister station, The Score (AM 1260). In his current role, John edits WWE’s videos for YouTube and the WWE Network. He assists in the live production of a global entertainment program, Monday Night Raw, which airs live every Monday on the USA Network.
Kendra Bowman ’15 of Waterloo, N.Y., is an enrollment coordinator at Keuka College.
Pranay Chapagain M’15 M’20 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a web application developer at SUNY Oswego.
Molly Matott Clock ’15 of North Syracuse, N.Y., is an innovation tech high school math teacher at OCM BOCES. She and Taylor Clock ‘15 were married June 6, 2020. At Oswego, she was involved with WTOP-10, Meteorology Club and Del Sarte Dance Club, and worked as a Laker Leader for New Student Orientation.
Jonathan Krupa ’15 of Syracuse, N.Y., is a paralegal working for the City of Syracuse, handling local laws and bankruptcy cases. He is in the graduate certificate study program for paralegal studies at Duke University.
Sarah Popovitch Mayrose ’15 of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., is a veterinarian at VCA Animal Hospital in Ballston Spa, N.Y. During her years at Oswego, Sarah ran with the Laker track and cross country teams.
Jeremy Pietruch ’15 works as a math specialist in the Academic Support Center at Herkimer County Community College, where he provides subject-specific tutorial assistance infused with best-practice study strategies instruction, utilizing a range of available learning resources and through a variety of service-delivery modes. He earned a master’s degree in accountancy from SUNY Polytechnic Institute. Previously, he worked in the Utica City School District as a homebound instructor, providing one-on-one tutoring to students, and as a substitute teacher at the middle and high school levels.
Rebekah Tanner M’15 of Syracuse, N.Y., is a proprietor at Winged Fox Enterprises.
Reid Adler ’16 M’19 of Las Cruces, N.M., is a resident director at New Mexico State University. He has most recently become a university investigator for the Dean of New Students Office. His love of rugby at SUNY Oswego led him to become a D1A Rugby Referee in the Southwest Region under USA Rugby.
Megan Gallagher ’16 of Bay Shore, N.Y., now working as a paralegal, comes from a long line of Oswego alumni in her family; mother, Mary Jane Madden (Holt), father, Daniel Gallagher, cousin, Rachel Jewell ‘09 M’11. Megan was involved with Alpha Sigma Chi at Oswego, and remembers swimming in the lake, reading on the lawn in front of Cayuga and free skating as some of her favorite activities and memories.
Katherine Hartig ’16 of Northport, N.Y., is a vertical marketing specialist at Spectronics Corporation in Westbury, N.Y. At Oswego, Katherine was involved with the Newman Center.
Zoe Barnholdt ’17 is an interior designer and founder of Flowers for Zoe in Syracuse, N.Y., area. Previously, she worked as a business advisor at EarQ Group.
Rachel Hartter ’17 of Henrietta, N.Y., is a tax auditor trainee at NYS Department of Tax and Finance.
Joanna McIntyre ’17 of Albany, N.Y., is a program assistant at the University of Albany. She is also pursuing a master’s in social work at SUNY Albany.
Emily Nassir ’17 of Great Neck, N.Y., is an associate customer success manager at Bluecore in New York, N.Y. During Emily’s time at Oswego, she was involved in Alpha Epsilon Phi, Student Association, Hillel, Chabad and Mentor Oswego. She worked as a tour guide and Telefund caller on campus.
Jessica Suprise Dorans ’18 M’19 of Greenville, Wis., is currently serving in the U.S. Army. At Oswego, she was involved in Beta Alpha Psi, Accounting Society, Beta Gamma Sigma, Veterans Club and the Non-Traditional Student Organization.
Cameron Guglielmo ’18 of Glen Falls, N.Y., is a sales and services manager at Staples U.S. Retail in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Cameron participated in Mentor-Scholar and Tau Sigma at Oswego.
Joshua T. Jasewicz ’18 M’19 is a staff tax accountant at Dannible & McKee LLP in Syracuse, N.Y. Prior to joining Dannible & McKee, he worked as a tax intern at Burdick & Pearson, CPAs PLLC, where he assisted with income tax compliance for a wide variety of clients including individuals, corporations and partnerships.
Emily Rundle ’18 of Ava, N.Y., graduated from University at Buffalo, with an M.S. in School Librarianship. She spent her summer supporting community literacy at Erwin Library in Boonville, N.Y. She was a member of Tri Beta and Sigma Delta Tau at Oswego.
Corey Slifkin ’18 of Congers, N.Y., is a videographer for LCM247 in Pearl River, N.Y. At Oswego, Corey was an active member of WTOP-10 and played ultimate frisbee.
Alyshia Hull ’19 of Pulaski, N.Y., is an award-winning journalist who works at Childress Ink. In addition to her own projects, Alyshia works as product developer on works-in-progress, upcoming reading initiatives, literary partnerships and expansion into e-retail. She also is a freelance writer and speaker whose goal is to involve children in reading, writing and storytelling. She has won multiple awards, including the SUNY Oswego Journalism Award for both editorial and opinion writing.
Brandon Macey ’19 of Troy, N.Y., is a studio technician at WTEN-TV. He was a member of WTOP, WNYO, the Blackfriars Theatre Organization, Film Club and Lambda Pi Eta during his time at Oswego. Brandon produced his own show on WTOP and enjoyed being involved with the fitness centers on campus and the Media Summit. He is currently working on starting an animated web series.
Cherilynn Miller ’19 of Rochester, N.Y., is a customer service representative at Wegmans in Rochester.
Kassadee Paulo ’19 of Oswego is an editor-in-chief at Dot Publishing—Oswego County Today. At Oswego, she was involved in The Oswegonian, Pi Delta Pi, The Odyssey Online, Phi Kappa Phi, and Great Lake Review. In addition, she was a resident assistant.
Alesha Pilon ’19 is participating in a service experience with AmeriCorps at SBP in Brooklyn, N.Y., and also works as a client service coordinator at Friends of Rockaway.
Gregory West ’19 of Huntington, N.Y., is an assistant touring carpenter for NETWorks Touring LLC.
Ryan Green ’20 of Niskayuna, N.Y., is an area manager with Amazon.com Inc. in Bristol, Conn. Ryan served as the Student Association director of finance for the 2019-2020 school year at Oswego.
Autumn Pollock ’20 is an admissions counselor at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, N.Y.