In addition to Notable Alumni, our Distinguished Graduates are individuals who have excelled in their fields and garnered regional and national recognition.

Professional athletes, entertainers, politicians and C-suite professionals are just a few of the achievements made by these Adelphi alumni.

From Olympic athletes and professional coaches, to senior executives for sports teams or leagues, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the field of athletics.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • Player or coach for a professional sports team (NHL, NFL, MLB, NBA, WNBA, MLS), Olympic team, or other national or international team
  • Senior executive of professional sports team or league
  • National or regional prominent award winner in athletics
  • Athletic director or head coach of a nationally-recognized college sports program
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

David Akinyooye ’11
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Assistant Coach for the Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA Team)

Chris Bernard, BBA ’99
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Senior Vice President, Athlete Relations for the Players Tribune.
  • Former Vice President of Player Development, Marketing and Team Operations for the New York Knicks.

June Collison ’81, MBA ’84
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Track silver medalist at the 1979 Pan American Games. Also set the world indoor record in the 440 yard race in 1979.
  • Qualified for the 1980 Olympic Games and particpated in 1984 Olympic Games, representing her native country of Guyana.

Mary-Kay Esposito ’86
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Vice President of Marketing for Bauer, the largest supplier of hockey equipment and apparel.

Arie Gluck ’58*
College of Arts and Sciences

  • One of the first athletes to represent Israel in the Olympics (1952 in Helsinki)

Lewis D. Hollander Jr. ’51
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Ironman World Age Group champion triathlete and listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest to finish the Hawaii Ironman at 82

Benjamin Gregory Kenyon ’06
College of Education and Health Sciences

  • Sports Performance Specialist with the NBA team Portland Trailblazers

Portia Lack ’83
College of Arts and Sciences

  • US Gold Medalist for Handball at the 1987 Pan American Games.
  • Qualified for, and played handball at the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympic Games.

Heather Mau ’11
College of Education and Health Sciences

  • Assistant Athletic Trainer, Dallas Mavericks

Dillon McNamara, BBA ’14
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Drafted by New York Yankees, 27th round pick of 2013 draft.
  • As of 2018, playing AAA ball for Sacramento River Cats (San Fransico Giants ball club).

Donna Orender ’82, ’07(Hon)
School of Social Work

  • Former president/commisioner of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and former Sr. Vice President of Strategic Development for PGA Tour.
  • Has been recognized as one of the top 10 Most Powerful Women in Sports and one of Newsweek’s 100 Most Influential People in the Business of Sports.
  • Bestselling author, Wowsdom! the Girl’s Guide to the Positive and the Possible (2018).

Thomas W. Pecora ’84
College of Arts and Sciences, Physical Education

  • Former head men’s basketball coach at Fordham University and Hofstra University.
  • Honored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) as a Regional Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2009 during his time at Hofstra.

Joseph C. Sambito

  • Former professional baseball player who spent 12 seasons as an MLB pitcher with the Astros, Mets, and Red Sox
  • Member of the 1979 National League All Star team.

Matthew Senk MA ’92
College of Education and Health Sciences

  • The head baseball coach at Stony Brook University
  • 2012 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association National Coach of the Year

 

From famous faces, voices and casting directors to industry executives, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the fields art and entertainment.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • Character on a nationally aired TV show or film
  • Music or entertainment industry executive at a prominent company
  • Recipient of an industry accolade or achievement
  • Recognizable in popular culture
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

Jane Alderman ’61*
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former casting director of dozens of theater performances, feature films and television shows including ER, Backdraft and Ferris Buller’s Day Off
  • Recipient of the Jeff Award from the Chicago Equity Community — the Chicago equivalent of Broadway’s Tony Awards

Julian Casablancas
College of Arts and Sciences

  • American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer.
  • Best known as the lead singer of the American rock bands The Strokes (1998) and The Voidz (2013)

David Debin ’65 
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Produced 1979 Primetime Emmy nominated biography, Silent Victory, about Kitty O’Neil, a deaf woman who became a leading Hollywood stunt woman.

Meredith H. Eaton M.A. ’00
Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology

  • Actress who has had recurring roles on television shows including Boston Legal, Family Law and NCIS.
  • Currenly cast as Matty Webber on CBS’s MacGyver, one of the main characters (as of 2019)

Daniel Glosser ’73
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Manger, Music Clearance, CBS Television Studios

Richard Gottehrer ’62
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Songwriter for popular songs including “My Boyfriends Back” and “I Want Candy”.
  • Producer for Blondie and the Go-Go’s
  • Founder and former Chairman of The Orchard label

Omar Grant, BBA ’03
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Co-President of Roc Nation Label.
  • Music Executive experience includes road manager for Destiny’s Child and senior director of A&R at Epic Records.

Alexander Greendale ’60*
School of Social Work

  • American playwright and civic leader.
  • Recipient of the Rockefeller Fellowship for Playwriting awarded from The Dramatists Guild of America.

Randee Heller ’69 
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Actress, best known for her Emmy nominated role as Ida Blackenship on AMC’s Mad Men, and as Lucille LaRusso, Daniel’s mother in film The Karate Kid (1984).

Joseph Minoso ’01
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Actor, currently a cast member on NBC’s Chicago Fire as Joe Cruz

William Murray* ’56
College of Arts and Sciences

  • American operatic baritone singer.
  • Fulbright award recipient and recieved the honorary title of Kammersaenger by the Berlin Senate in 1980 for exceptional artistic accomplishments.

Joe Raiola ’77
College of Arts and Sciences, English

  • Senior Editor of MAD Magazine, the all time-best selling humor magazine.

Stephen Reid ’65*
College of Arts and Sciences

  • American jazz drummer who played with Miles Davis, Ornete Coleman and James Brown

Michael Sammis ’81
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • President, Universal Publishing Production Music
  • Former CFO- Worldwide, Universal Music Publishing Group

Herb Steinberg ’57*
College of Arts and Sciences, Art

  • Artist, Realist Style
  • CLEO Award Winner, Art Direction

Nicholas Turturro ’85
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Emmy nominee for role as Sgt. James Martinez, NYPD Blue Television Series

Tonille Watkis  BFA ’14
College of Arts and Sciences

  • 2016 Miss Black USA

Max Weinberg
Robert. B Willumstad School of Business

  • Drummer, E Street Band with Bruce Springsteen
  • Bandleader, The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brian.

Michael Weinstein ’06
College of Art and Sciences

  • CEO & Founder, Runway Productions

From senior executives at the “Big 4” accounting firms and multi-billion dollar companies, to founders and trailblazers, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the field of business.    

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • Senior executive at a Fortune 500 company
  • Founder, president, chairman or high-level executive of a nationally recognized company or regionally prominent company with over 3,000 employees
  • C-Suite executive at a financial institution
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

Patrick Adams ’83, MBA ’86
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Chief Marketing Officer, BlueVine
  • Listed on Forbes list of The World’s Most Influential CMOs, 2017.

Liz Y. Alicea-Velez ’78
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former executive vice president and general manager of the Latin America and Caribbean Region for Western Union

Mickey Alper ’69
College of Arts and Sciences

  • The former Executive Vice President and CFO of Madison Square Garden

Frank Angello, BBA ’77
Robert B Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Chief Financial Officer, JPMorgan Treasury & Securities Services Group

Ronald Appel BBA ’84
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Vice President and General Manager of the Repair Business Group at Henry Schein, Inc.

Lynn Barber, MBA ’79
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Chief Administrative Officer, Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Ruth Block ’52
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former Executive Vice President at Equitable Life Insurance Company of America, now AXA Equitable Insurance Company, one of the largest insurance providors in the world.

Richard Bressler, BBA ’79
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • The President and Chief Financial Officer of iHeartMedia, iHeartCommunications and iHeartMedia Capital LLC.

Barbara Brickmeier, MBA ’83
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Vice President, Human Resources, IBM

Loretta Cangialosi, BBA ’80
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Retired Senior Vice President and Controller, Pfizer, Inc., a Fortune 500 Company

Scott Clarke, BBA ’95
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Partner, Assurance Services at Ernst & Young LLP

Robert Colan ’73, MBA ’76*
College of Arts and Sciences
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Vice President & Associate General Counsel at AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company

Mark Davis, BBA ’85
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Managing Partner at Deloitte

Joseph De Feo,’75, MBA’ 76
College of Professional and Continuing Studies
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Chief Executive Officer at CLS Bank International

John Deieso ’18
College of Professional and Continuing Studies

  • President and Chief Executive Officer at Jovia Financial Credit Union

Patricia Erickson, GC ’88
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Americas and International production & Formats Group, BBC Studios

Clifford H. Friedman MBA ’87
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Vice President- Strategic Development, NBC
  • Former Senior Vice President, Universal Studios

William Fuessler ’79
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Vice President and Partner, Global Leader, Finance, Risk and Fraud, IBM Global Business Services

Cono Fusco, MBA ’67
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Retired Managing Partner at Grant Thornton LLP

Robert W. Gary, BBA ’61
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • The president emeritus of Allstate Property and Casualty, the largest business unit of The Allstate Corporation.

Lon Gorman ’08 (Hon.)
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Vice Chairman of the Charles Schwab Corporation
  • Former chairman of NYFIX

Maria Grasso MBA ’89, GC ’89
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Flushing Financial Corporation

Douglas Green, BBA ’67
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Retired National Partner-in-Charge at Industry Tax Services Products and Solutions, KPMG

Dottie Herman

  • Chief Executive Officer, Douglas Elliman Real Estate

John Jeffrey, BBA ’75
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Partner at Deloitte

Robert Kavner, BBA ’65
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former CEO of AT&T’s Multimedia Products and Services Group and a member of AT&T’s Executive Committee.

Sheldon Kleiman, MBA ’83
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, AIG – New York

Roberta B. Kotkin ’74, MBA ’81
College of Arts and Sciences
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former General Counsel and Chief Operating Officer, New York Bankers Association (NYBA).

Leonard Labit a ’82
College of Arts and Sciences
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Vice President & Controller, New York Mets

Thomas Lovely* ’54
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former chairman and CEO at Fidelity New York Bank

Michelle Martin, MBA ’08
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Vice President, Employee Engagement at CBS Corporation

Dennis McDonagh, BBA ’78
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Retired Senior Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer, The Blackstone Group

Eileen McDonnell, MBA ’88
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Penn Mutual Life Insurance

Kevin O’Connor, BBA ’84
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • President & Chief Executive Officer, Bridgehampton National Bank

Irene Quarshie BA ’98
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Vice President, Global Supply Chain & Logistics, Target Corporation

Paul Salerno, BBA ’76
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Retired Managing Partner, Melville Office, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Leonard Stekol, MS ’98
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • President and Chief Executive Officer, Ridgewood Savings Bank

Robert Smyth MBA ’71
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former President of Citizens Bank

Debra Starkman ’76
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Senior Vice President and Director of Marketing at BBDO Worldwide

James Zeigon* MBA ’73
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • The former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank’s Global Institutional Services.
  • Former senior managing director at the Chase Manhattan Corporation and the head of Chase Global Services.

From vice chancellors and deans, to teaching award winners, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the field of education.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • Executive Leadership at a at an accredited nationally or internationally recognized 4-year college/university
  • Dean or higher level position at an accredited nationally or internationally recognized 4-year college/university
  • National or regional prominent award winner for academia
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

Dr. Helen Astin ’53*
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former Professor of Education at UCLA

Dr. Kathleen M. Dirschel ’63
College of Nursing and Public Health

  • Former Vice Chancellor and Dean, The University of Massachusetts at Worcester.
  • Former Executive Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center

Dr. Herb Goldberg PhD ’63
Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology

  • Professor Emeritus at Cal State

Prof. Marvin Goldman ’49
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Professor Emeritus at University of California-Davis

Dr. Wanda Heading-Grant MSW ’88
School of Social Work

  • Vice President and First Chief Diversity Officer at the University of Vermont.

Dr. Bruce Jones ’82
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Vice President for Research at Howard University

Dr. Birdsall Viault* BS ’54
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Author of several McGraw-Hill textbooks.

Michelle Winfield, MS ’84
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Supervisor for Special Education, honored with the 2017 Woman of Distinction award by NYS Senator Brad Hoylman for her advocacy for the rights of children.

From members of Congress and state senators, to foreign dignitaries, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the fields of government and politics.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • Congressmen and congresswomen, state senators and international equivalents
  • Mayor of a large city (500,000+ population)
  • Senior executives for a Federal Government Agency
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

Michael Balboni ’81, JD
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former New York State Senator and First Chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee

Richard Funke, BBA ’71
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • New York State Senator, 55th district of New York.
  • Member of New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame for work prior to political career.

Hon. Charles Fuschillo, BBA ’83
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • President & Chief Executive Officer of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA)
  • Former New York State Senator who authored more than 200 state laws

Hon. Earlene Hooper, MSW ’76
School of Social Work

  • Former Democratic member of the New York State Assembly, representing District 18
  • The first female Deputy Speaker of New York State

Jeh C. Johnson ’14 (Hon.)

  • Former Secretary of Homeland Security.
  • Former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

Senator Kenneth LaValle ’61
College of Arts and Sciences

  • New York State Senator and Chairman of the Senate Higher Education Committee.

Leona Marlin ’95
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former Prime Minister of Sint Maarten, a Caribbean island country

Hon. Gregory Meeks ’75
College of Arts and Sciences

  • United States Congressman, representing New York’s 5th Congressional District.

Carole Migden ’70
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former California State Senator.

Haae Edward Phoofolo MBA ’77
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Served as interim Prime Minister of Lesotho from 17 August 1994 to 14 September 1994

Edolphus Towns MSW ’73
School of Social Work

  • Former Congressman, representing New York’s 10th District.
  • Former Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

From senior executives at top-ranked hospitals and healthcare networks and White House physicians, to board members of national medical associations, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the fields of healthcare, medicine and science.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • National/statewide awards and outstanding achievements in medicine, nursing, pharmacy or psychology
  • Senior executive at nationally ranked hospitals, healthcare networks, pharmaceutical companies, etc.
  • Nationally known published research or publications in their practice field or discipline.
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

Leonard Achan ’99
College of Nursing and Public Health

  • Chief Innovation Officer, Hospital for Special Surgery

Carol A. Ammon MBA ’79, ’10 (Hon.)
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • The founder and retired CEO, Endo Pharmaceuticals.

Dr. Francine Benes, MS ’69
College of Arts and Sciences

  • The Director of the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center

Nicholas Cummings, PhD ’58
Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology

  • Former Chief of Mental Health for Kaiser Permanente, the largest manged care organization in the United States.
  • Former president of the American Psychological Association.

Dr. Robert Darling ’81
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former White House physician to President Clinton
  • Founding principal & former chief medical officer for the White House Medical Group

Kathleen Gallo, PhD ’95, MBA ’98
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business
College of Nursing and Public Health

  • Executive Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, Northwell Health

Dr. Jack Kaye ’76
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Associate Director for Research of the Earth Science Division (ESD) at NASA.

Robert McMillan ’57
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • The first non-physician to serve on the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association

Joseph Moscola, MBA ’06
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer, Northwell Health

Arthur Nizza MSW ’87, DSW ’93
School of Social Work, Social Work
School of Social Work, Social Welfare

  • Chief Operations Officer, UnityPoint Health/Meriter Hospital

Dr. Jonathan Orens ’81
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Associate Director and Clinical Chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Carolyn Quinn ’87
College of Nursing and Public Health

  • Executive Director, Cohen’s Children’s Center, Northwell Health

Monica Santoro ’77
College of Nursing and Public Health

  • Chief Quality Office and Senior Vice President, NYU Winthrop

Anna Marie Skalka ’59
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Professor Emerita and Senior Advisor to the President, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Temple University Health.
  • William Procter Prize for Scientific Achievement. Awarded, Sigma Xi (Scientific Research Honor Society), 2018

Kevin M. Spiegel MBA ’87
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • President and CEO of the Erlanger Health System
  • Former CEO of Methodist University Hospital

Jill Spitzer ’71
School of Social Work

  • First female Vice President at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, one of the top 10 hospitals in the United States.

Dr. William Tenet ’75
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Medical Director, NYU Langone Cardiovascular Associates

Valerie Terzano ’74, MS ’90
College of Nursing and Public Health

  • Chief Nursing Officer, Senior Vice President at NYU Langone Health

Herbert Zaretsky, PhD ’64
Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology

  • Recipient of the St. George Medal, a National Award from ACS in recognition of outstanding contributions to the control of cancer.

From famous faces and voices of professional athletic teams, to senior media executives, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the field of journalism and media.

From famous faces and voices of professional athletic teams, to senior media executives, here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the field of journalism and media.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • Nationally and/or internationally known journalist
  • Radio or television personality in a major media market
  • Senior executive of a nationally known radio station or national publication
  • National or regional prominent award winner for journalism or media
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

Richard Beahrs MBA ’77
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former senior vice president at HBO
  • Former president of The Comedy Channel (the predecessor of Comedy Central).

Kelly Cass ’90
College of Arts and Sciences

  • An on-camera meteorologist for The Weather Channel.

Carole Cooper ’63
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Former Co-President and Founder of N.S. Bienstock, Inc which represents a large number of television news talent including Dan Rather, Mike Wallace, Paula Zahn, Chris Matthews, Anderson Cooper and Bill O’Reilly

Gary “Baba Booey” Dell’Abate ’83
College of Arts and Sciences

  • The executive producer of “The Howard Stern Show” on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.

Adam Deutsch ’92
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Vice President, Global Digital Product Operations, ESPN

John Forslund MA ’85
College of Arts and Sciences

  • The play-by-play announcer for the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes and contributor for the NHL Network.

Stephen Jones ’89
College of Professional and Continuing Studies, Social Sciences

  • Former vice president of ABC News Radio, the largest commercial radio news organization in the United States.

Joan R. Keyes* ’45
College of Arts and Sciences, English

  • Author of the original Oxford Picture Dictionary for Kids

Richard Neer ’70
College of Arts and Sciences

  • WFAN Radio Personalist and published author

From senior executives at a Top 100 law firm and state and county judges, to counsel at Fortune 500 companies,  here’s our Who’s Who of distinguished Adelphi graduates in the field of law.

Overarching Standards
  • National or statewide recognition
  • Long and distinguished career
  • May include active, former, and retired roles
  • May include alumni who are deceased
Summary of Criteria
  • National/statewide awards and outstanding achievements in the field of law
  • Senior executive or partner at a nationally ranked law firm
  • General Counsel to a nationally recognized business, non-profile, educational institution or healthcare network.
  • Other names may be added at the discretion of the Office of Alumni Relations

LeeAnn Black, BBA ’83
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Chief Operating Officer Latham & Watkins LLP, a Top 100 law firm.

Bernard E. Clair ’73
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Named a Top 10 Divorce Lawyer in 2010 by Business Insider.

Robert Colan* BA ’73, MBA ’76
College of Arts and Sciences
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Former Vice President & Associate General Counsel, AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of AZA Financial.

Eric Cottle, BBA ’84
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Partner at K&L Gates, a Top 100 law firm.

Elizabeth Daitz Lombardo BA ’02
College of Arts and Sciences

  • White House Fellow (2019)
  • Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives, New York City Police Department 

Raniero D’Aversa, BBA ’87
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Partner and Chair of Restructuring at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, a Top 100 Law Firm

Christian Fundo ’07
College of Arts and Sciences

  • Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Jill Levy ’92
College of Arts and Sciences, Philosophy

  • Judge, Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Broward County, Florida.

Paul Tetlow, BA ’88, MBA ’90
College of Arts and Sciences
Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

  • Partner at K&L Gates, a Top 100 law firm.

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