A University's greatest contribution to the world is in the impact of its alumni.

From heads of states to pillars of the community, Adelphi University has a surplus of notable alumni. Adelphi graduates continue a legacy of transforming ideas into impact across the globe.

We know it’s impossible to capture all worthy stories in one place, but here we share some of the many contributions made by Adelphi’s changemaking graduates.

Once a Panther, Always a Panther.

Adelphi University alumni who are included on our Notable Alumni list must meet the following criteria. Other names may be added via this nomination form.


  • Leonard Achan ’99
    President and CEO at LiveOnNY
  • Jane E. Alderman ’61*
    Casting Director and Actress at Act One Studios
  • Liz Y. Alicea-Velez ’78
    President of Alilez Partners DBA Huntington Learning Center and General Manager of the Latin America and Caribbean Region for Western Union
  • Merlin “Mickey” Alper ’55
    Retired Executive Vice President & CEO at Madison Square Garden
  • Carol A. Ammon, MBA ’79, ’10 (Hon)
    Former Chairman & Founder at Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Frank Angello ’77
    Retired CFO, Operating Services Group at JPMorganChase, Inc
  • Ronald Appel ’84
    Vice President & GM, Repair Business Group at Henry Schein
  • Christopher Armas ’94
    Head Coach of the Colorado Rapids


  • Michael Balboni ’81
    President & Managing Director of RedLand Strategies Inc., Former New York State Senator and First Chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee
  • Lynn Barber, MBA ’79
    Retired CAO at Prudential Douglas Elliman
  • Richard Beahrs, MBA ’77
    Founder of Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program, Former Senior Vice President at HBO
  • Bob A. Beamon ’72
    CEO at Art of the Olympians Museum and Gallery; Olympic Gold Medalist, United States 1968, Long Jump
  • David Behin ’92
    Executive Managing Director, Brooklyn Capital Markets at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
  • Francine Benes, MS ’69
    Director of the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center
  • Chris Bernard ’99
    Owner of Rose Gold and Associates; Senior Vice President, Athlete Relations for the Players Tribune; Former Vice President of Player Development, Marketing and Team Operations for the New York Knicks
  • Bharat Bhise, MBA ’78
    Founder & CEO of Bravia Capital
  • LeeAnn Black ’83
    COO of Latham & Watkins LLP
  • Dana Blair ’04, MBA ’06
    Correspondent, Entreprenuer, Community Activist
  • Ruth Block ’52
    Former Executive Vice President at Equitable Life Insurance Company of America, now AXA Equitable Insurance Company
  • Rhoda Blumberg ’38*
    Freelance Writer, Winner of Golden Kite Award in 1986
  • Justin V. Bond ’85
    Actor, Author, and Performance Artist & Lambda Literary Award; Training Specialist
  • Richard J. Bressler ’79
    President & CEO of iHeartMedia, iHeartCommunications and iHeartMedia Capital LLC
  • Barbara Brickmeier, MBA ’83
    Vice President, Human Resources, IBM
  • Colette C. Brown ’82
    Chief Human Resources Officer, Stony Brook University Hospital
  • Ronald Bruder ’68
    Founder, The Brookhill Group Entrepreneur & Advocate, TIME 100 Most Influential People in the World, Founder and Chairman of the Global Board
  • Kristen Burke ’89
    Managing Director & Regional Market Executive at Santander Bank, N.A.


  • David Cadmus ’78
    President & CEO, Associated Global Systems at Nippon Express
  • Loretta Cangialosi ’80
    Retired Senior Vice President and Controller, Pfizer, Inc., a Fortune 500 Company
  • Julian Casablancas ’01
    American musican, singer, songwriter and record producer.
    Best known as the lead singer of the American rock bands: The Strokes (1998) and The Voidz (2013)
  • Kelly Cass ’90
    Meteorologist, Anchor, Host
  • Vivian Cassaberry-Furby ’84
    CFO & Head of Human Resources, Classical Charter Schools
  • Christopher Cawley, MBA ’93
    Managing Director at Citi
  • Melanie Chartoff ’70
    Coach/Creator/Director of Client Projets at Charismatizing Improvising; Daytime Emmy Award Winner
  • Gennaro Chille, MBA ’98
    Vice President & COO for the Lazard Relationship at State Street Bank
  • Bernard Clair ’73
    Co-Chairman at Cohen Clair Lans Greifer & Thorpe LLP; Named a Top 10 Divorce Lawyer in 2010 by Business Insider
  • Steven Coen, MBA ’93
    Vice President & Managing Director at Metavante
  • Robert Colan ’73, MBA ’76*
    St. John’s University Law School, Former Vice President & Associate General Counsel, AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of AZA Financial
  • June Collison ’81, MBA ’84
    President at Dignity Health, Community Hospital of San Bernardino; Track Silver medalist at the 1979 Pan American Games. Set the world indoor record in the 440-yard race in 1979.
    Qualified for the 1980 Olympic Games and participated in the 1984 Olympic Games, representing her native country of Guyana”
  • Francine Conway, MA ’96, PhD ’99
    Chancellor-Provost of Rutgers University, New Brunswick
  • Carole Cooper Leibner ’63
    Former Co-President & Founder of N.S. Bienstock, Inc.
  • Nicholas A. Cummings, PhD ’58*
    Chairman at Cummings Foundation for Behavioral Health; Former Chief of Mental Health for Kaiser Permanente; Former President of the American Psychological Association
  • Sharon Cunningham ’90
    Managing Director/Senior Portfolio Management Director & Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley


  • Raniero D’Aversa ’87
    Partner & Chair of Restructuring at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
  • Elizabeth M. Daitz ’02
    Assistant Commissioner of Police, Suffolk County Police Department; Former Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives, New York City Police Department; White House Fellow (2019)
  • Hatice Dalton ’94, MBA ’96
    Managing Director at Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Robert Darling ’81
    Former White House physician to President Clinton; Founding Principal & former Chief Medical Officer for the White House Medical Group; Chief Medical Officer at Patronus Medical LLC
  • Mark S. Davis ’85
    National Managing Partner at Deloitte
  • Joseph DeFeo ’75, MBA ’76
    Former CEO at CLS Bank International; Retired Brompton Partners
  • David Debin ’65
    Produced 1979 Primetime Emmy nominated biography, Silent Victory; Co-Founder Third Age Foundation, Inc.
  • John Deieso ’18
    President & CEO at Jovia Financial Credit Union
  • Alex Delaricheliere, MBA ’04
    Managing Director at Marsh
  • Gary Dell’Abate ’83
    Executive Producer of “The Howard Stern Show” on Sirius XM Satellite Radio
  • Adam Deutsch ’92
    Managing Director at Deloitte Digital; Former Vice President, Global Digital Product Operations, ESPN
  • Scott Dimig ’06
    Senior Vice President of Promotion, Epic Records/Sony Music
  • Kathleen Dirschel ’63
    Vice President of Education at St. John’s Riverside Hospital; Former Vice Chancellor and Dean, The University of Massachusetts at Worcester; Former Executive VP and Chief Nursing Officer, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
  • Keith Donohue, MBA ’99
    Managing Director at BNY Mellon
  • Thomas Donohue, MBA ’65
    President & Retired CEO of United States Chamber of Commerce; Horatio Alger Award & Belgium Order of the Crown
  • Regina Dooley ’85
    Teacher/Coach at Marion County School Board; Olympic Gold Medalist, United States 1984, Fastpitch
  • Scott Durkin ’85
    President & COO, Douglas Elliman Real Estate


  • Merideth Eaton, MA ’00
  • Gara Edelstein ’77, MS ’90
    Senior Vice President of Patient Services & Chief Nursing Officer at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center
  • Paul Ekman ’58
    President & Founder of Paul Ekman Group (PEG); American psychologist, named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by TIME Magazine
  • Patricia Erickson, GC ’88
    Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Americas and International production & Formats Group, BBC Worldwide North America Studios
  • Mary-Kathleen Esposito ’86
    Vice President of Marketing for Bauer Hockey


  • John Forslund, MA ’85
    Play-by-play announcer for the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes and contributer for the NHL Network
  • Clifford Friedman, MBA ’87
    Chairman and CEO ShareNett; Former Vice President of Strategic Development, NBC; Former Senior Vice President, Universal Studios
  • William Fuessler ’79
    Vice President and Partner, Global Leader, Finance, Risk and Fraud, IBM Global Business Services
  • Christian Fundo ’07
    Vice President & Assistant General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Richard Funke ’71
    New York State Senator, 55th district of New York; Member of New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Robert Fusaro, MBA ’93
    Managing Director, Investment Officer at Wells Fargo Advisors
  • Charles Fuschillo, Jr. ’83
    President & CEO of the Alzheimer’s; Foundation of America (AFA); Former New York State Senator, Past Member of Board of Trustees at Adelphi University
  • Cono Fusco, MBA ’67
    Board Member and Chairman of Audit Committee at Financial Guaranty Insurance Company (FGIC); Retired Managing Partner at Grant Thornton LLP


  • Kathleen Gallo, PhD ’95, MBA ’98
    Executive Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, Northwell Health; Dean and Professor at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Graduate Nursing and Health
  • Robert Gary ’61*
    The President Emeritus of Allstate Property and Casualty
  • Daniel Glosser ’73
    Retired Manager, Music Clearance, CBS Television Studies
  • Arie E. Gluck ’58*
    400 and 800 and one of the first athletes to represent Israel in the Olympics at the 1952 Summer Games
  • Michael Godard, MA ’95
    Provost of Southeast Missouri State University, College of Education and Health Sciences
  • Charles A. Golden ’69
    Managing Director at Guardian Life
  • Lon Gorman ’08 (Hon)
    Former Vice Chairman of the Charles Schwab Corporation; Former Chairman of NYFIX
  • Robert Gormly ’99
    Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • Richard Gottehrer ’62
    Principal at MTR Consulting; 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 ’03
    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
  • Maria A. Grasso, MBA ’89, GC ’89
    Executive Vice President & COO at Flushing Financial Corporation
  • Douglas J. Green ’67
    Retired National Partner-in-Charge at Industry Tax Services Products and Solutions, KPMG
  • Alexander Greendale ’60*
    American playwright and civic leader; Recipient of the Rockefeller Fellowship for Playwriting awarded from The Dramatists Guild of America


  • Robert Hanley, MBA ’88
    Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at University of Chicago Medicine; Former Chief Human Resources Officer at Stony Brook University Hospital
  • Richard Hardware ’73*
    Placed 16th in the Mens 200 at the 1972 Summer Olympics for the Jamaican National Team
  • Wanda Heading-Grant, MSW ’88
    Vice President and First Chief of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at the University of Vermont
  • Randee Heller ’69
    Actress, best known for her Emmy nominated role as Ida Blackenship on AMC’s Mad Men, and as Lucille LaRusso, Daniel’s mother in the film The Karate Kid (1984)
  • Dorothy Herman ’86
    CEO, Douglas Elliman Real Estate
  • Roman Hingorani, MBA ’85
    Global CFO at FINCA Impact Finance
  • Bunny Hoest ’53
    Cartoonist and Co-Creator, The Lockhorns & National Cartoonists Society’s Hall of Fame
  • Alice S. Hoffman ’73
    New York Times Bestselling Author
  • Joseph C. Hoffman, MS ’77
    Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs of the State University of New York Maritime College, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Lewis E. Hollander, Jr. ’51
    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 years old
  • Earlene Hooper, MSW ’76
    Former Democratic member of the New York State Assembly, representing District 18; The first female Deputy Speaker of New York State
  • Jeffery Horowitz, MBA ’86
    Executive Vice President at Transcard; Executive Board Member & Senior Advisor at Treasury Sources Group, LLC; Retired Managing Director at BNY Mellon
  • Lisa Humbert ’86
    Managing Director, Operational Risk Management Officer at MUFG
  • Philip Hymes ’49*
    Saturday Night Live Lighting Director; 2018 Emmy Winner for Outstanding Lighting Design and Lighting Director


  • Scott James ’84
    Book Author for St. Martin’s Press; Veteran journalist and fiction author; Television news Emmy Award WinnerJohn Jeffrey, Jr. ’75 – Partner at Deloitte
  • Ronald Johnson ’74, PhD ’75
    4th President of Clark Atlanta University
  • Bruce Jones ’82
    Professor & Vice President for Research at Howard University
  • Stephen Jones ’89
    President & CEO at Skyview Networks; Former Vice President of ABC News Radio, the largest commercial radio news organization in the United States


  • Robert Kavner ’65
    Advisor at Idealab; Former CEO of AT&T’s Multimedia Products and Services Group and a member of AT&T’s Executive Committee
  • Jack Kaye ’76
    Associate Director for Research of the Earth Science Division (ESD) at NASA
  • Benjamin Gregory A. Kenyon ’06
    Sports Performance Specialist with the NBA team, Portland Trailblazers; Head Strength Coach of the NBA team, Philadelphia 76ers
  • Joan R. Keyes ’45*
    Author/Educator for Oxford University Press; Author of the original Oxford Picture Dictionary for Kids
  • Sheldon Kleiman, MBA ’83
    Managing Director/Head of Credit, AIG WorldSource; Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, AIG – New York
  • Bernadette Knight ’95
    Managing Director & Americas Sales Head TTS Solutions, Commercial Bank at Citi
  • Arthur Kornfeld ’62
    Musician, Producer, and Music Executive & Creator and Promoter of Woodstock ’69
  • Roberta Kotkin ’74, MBA ’81
    Former General Counsel & COO, New York Bankers Association (NYBA)


  • Leonard Labita ’82
    Former Vice President & Controller, New York Mets
  • Portia Lack ’83
    1988 and 1992 Summer Olympic Games, Handball; US Gold Medalist for Handball at the 1987 Pan American Games. Qualified for, and played handball at the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympic Games
  • Jonathan Larson ’82*
    Author, Pulitzer Prize Winner, Broadway musical RENT
  • Senator Kenneth LaValle ’61
    New York State Senator and Chairman of the Senate Higher Education Committee
  • Tommy Leung ’07
    Managing Director at KPMG US
  • Jesse Levine, MSW ’98
    Special Agent in Charge, Intelligence Division at FBI New York Field Office; Vice President of National Security and Law Enforcement for IntelliBridge
  • Jill Levy ’92
    Judge, Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Broward County in Florida
  • Allan Levy, MBA ’85
    Managing Director at Citi
  • Thomas Lovely ’54*
    Former Chairman and CEO at Fidelity New York Bank
  • Suzanne Luna ’86
    DGA Field Director & Supervising Field Producer; American producer and director best known for The Ellen DeGeneres Show; Daytime Emmy Award Winner


  • Irene Macyk ’83, MS ’98, PhD ’17
    Executive Director at South Shore University Hospital, Northwell Health; Former Chief Nursing Officer at Northshore University Hospital, Northwell Health
  • Andrew Manion, MS ’89, PhD ’92
    16th President of Marian University; President of Edgewood College
  • Leona Marlin ’95
    Former Prime Minister of Sint Maarten, a Caribbean island country
  • Michelle Martin, MBA ’08
    Vice President, Total Rewards Experience, ViacomCBS
  • Alex Masmela ’00
    COO at HCA Healthcare
  • Heather Mau ’11
    Assistant Athletic Trainer, Dallas Mavericks (NBA team)
  • Kevin J. Mawae, MA ’06
    Assistant Offensive Line Coach, Indianapolis Colts; Pro Football Hall of Fame – Class of 2019; National Football League (NFL) player
  • Christopher Mayrose ’88
    Managing Director, The Private Bank JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Brian McAuley ’61
    Co-Founder, Nextel Communications, Inc.; Chairman of PdvWireless
  • Dennis McDonagh ’78
    Retired Senior Managing Director and CFO Real Estate, The Blackstone Group
  • Eileen McDonnell ’88
    Chairman & CEO, Penn Mutual Life Insurance
  • Robert McMillan ’57*
    First non-physician to serve on the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association; Counsel of Bee Ready Fishbein Hatter & Donovan, LLP
  • Dillon McNamara ’14
    Sales Associate at ETF Global; Former professional baseball player – Drafted by the New York Yankees, 27th round pick of the 2013 draft;
  • Gregory Meeks ’75
    United States Congressman, representing New York’s 5th Congressional District
  • Carole Migden ’70
    Chair of The Rules Committe on San Francisco Board of Supervisors; Former California State Senator
  • Joseph Minoso ’01
    Actor for NBCUniversal Media, LLC. Currently a cast member on NBC’s Chicago Fire as Joe Cruz
  • Joseph Moscola, MBA ’08
    Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer, Northwell Health
  • William Murray ’56*
    American operatic baritone singer. Fullbright award recipient and received the honorary title of Kammersaenger by the Berlin Senate in 1980 for exceptional artistic accomplishments


  • Gary Napolitano ’84
    Vice President & Managing Partner at IBM
  • Richard Neer ’70
    WFAN Radio Personalist and published author
  • Arthur Nizza, MSW ’87, DSW ’93
    President & CEO of Government Employees Health Association (GEHA)
  • John Nosenzo, MBA ’85
    Chief Commercial Officer at Bioventus


  • Kevin O’Connor ’84
    CEO, Dime Community Bank
  • Doreen O’Grady ’85
    Chief Nursing Officer at Forest Hills Hospital
  • James Olensky ’87
    Managing Director at Marsh
  • Donna Orender ’82, ’07 (Hon)
    CEO of Orender Unlimited; Former President/Commissioner of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and former Senior Vice President of Strategic Development for PGA Tour
  • Jonathan Orens ’81
    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
  • Carmen M. Ortiz ’78
    Partner, Anderson & Kreiger; Former United States Attorny for the District of Massachusetts


  • Thomas Pecora ’84
    Associate Head Coach, Quinnipiac University; Former head Men’s Basketball coach at Fordham University and Hofstra University
  • Melvin Pender ’76, ’97 (Hon)
    Olympic Gold Medalist, United States: 4×100 Meter Relay
  • Maribeth Petrizzi ’87
    Assistant Director of the Federal Trade Commission
  • John J. Phelan, Jr., MBA ’70, ’87 (Hon)
    Former President & CEO, New York Stock Exchange
  • Edward H. Phoofolo, MBA ’77
    Served as interim Prime Minister of Lesotho: August 1994 to September 1994
  • Gregory Piccioli ’89
    Emmy Award Winning television producer; Senior Producer for The Wendy Williams Show
  • Fotios Piniros ’94
    Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
    Former Managing Director, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette
  • Michael Porcelli, Jr., MA ’98
    Physical Education Teacher at Hernando Elementary; 1998 Summer Olympics, Wrestling
  • Robert Prezant ’73
    Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Southern Connecticut State University
  • Peter A. Principato ’87
    Emmy Award Winning Variety Sketch Writer; CEO of Artists First


  • Humera Qazi ’93
    Managing Director, Head of Wealth Management Operations Client Services Group at Morgan Stanley
  • Irene Quarshie ’98
    Vice President of Global Supply Chain & Logistics, Target Coprporation
  • Carolyn Quinn ’87
    Executive Director, Cohen’s Children’s Center, Northwell Health


  • Joseph Raiola ’77
    Senior Editor of MAD Magazine, the all time-best selling humor magazine
  • Stephen Reid ’65*
    American jazz drummer who played with Miles Davis, Ornete Coleman and James Brown
  • Philip Reilly, MBA ’77
    1984 Summer Olympics, Fencing; President of Phil Reilly & Associates
  • Dorothy Richardson, MA ’88
    Olympic Gold Medalist, United States 1996 & 2000, Softball; Head Softball Coach at Liberty University
  • Carlton D. Ridenhour ’84, ’13 (Hon)
    Leader of the Rap Group, Public Enemy & member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Chairman of Sounddome Entertainment Inc.
  • Todd Robinson ’82
    Actor, Writer and Producer for NBC/Universal; Emmy Award Winner
  • Janice Robinson ’90
    Music performer and songwriter, penning songs for Wyclef Jean, Taylor Dayne, Soul Solution, Junior Vasquez, and David Morales-Robinson
  • Samuel Rodriguez ’06
    Director, Trading Technology, Charles Schwab
  • Cynthia Rufe ’70
    Federal Judge for the Federal Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania


  • Paul Salerno ’76
    Retired Managing Partner, Melville Office, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • Joseph Sambito ’73
    Former professional baseball player – Spent 12 seasons as an MLB pitcher with the Astros, Mets, and Red Sox; Member of the 1979 National League All Star team
  • Michael Sammis ’81
    Retired President, Universal Publishing Production Music; Former CFO – Worldwide, Universal Music Publishing Group
  • Monica Santoro ’77
    Retired Chief Quality Office and Senior Vice President, NYU Winthrop
  • Denise Schaaf ’88
    Talent Managing Director at Deloitte & Touce LLP
  • Margaret Seery ’84
    Former Managing Director at KPMG; Former Managing Director at Accenture; Vice President of Genpact
  • Matthew Senk, MA ’92
    Head baseball coach at Stony Brook University; 2012 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association National Coach of the Year
  • Kevin Serrapede ’73
    1972 and 1978 Summer Olympics, Handball
  • Brian Shields ’99
    Long Island University School of Arts, Communication and Design; 2019 Member of the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame; Recipient of the Jim Melby Award
  • Claire Shulman ’46*
    Former Queens Borough College President; Adjunct Faculty Instructor at Adelphi University
  • Victoria Sidorenko ’95
    Former Vice President & CFO, Government Programs at Excellus; CFO of LiDestri Food and Drink
  • Anna Marie Skalka ’59
    Professor Emerita and Senior Advisor to the President, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Temple University Health
  • James A. Sladack, MBA ’77
    Managing Director at Newmark Knight Frank
  • Robert Smyth, MBA ’71
    Former Chairman, President & CEO of Citizens Bank of Massachusettes
  • Kevin Spiegel, MBA ’87
    Former President & CEO of the Erlanger Health System; Former CEO of Methodist University Hospital; Assistant Professor at Drexel University College of Medicine; CEO Medical Expansion Partners
  • Jill Spitzer ’71
    First female Vice President at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
  • Debra Starkman ’76
    Senior Vice President and Director of Marketing at BBDO Worldwide
  • Herbert Steinberg ’57*
    Artist, Realist Style, CLEO Award Winner, Art Direction
  • Leonard Stekol, MS ’98
    President & CEO, Ridgewood Savings Bank
  • Thomas E. Steihle, MBA ’92
    CFO and Vice President of Business Management, CIO and Vice President of Information Technology at Ingalls Shipbuilding
  • Thomas Stigers, MBA ’86
    Executive Vice President of WestRock Company


  • William Tenet ’75
    Former Medical Director, NYU Langone Cardiovascular Associates; CEO, NYU Langone Cardiovascular Associates
  • Valerie Terzano ’74, MS’ 90
    Chief Nursing Officer, Senior Vice President at NYU Langone Health
  • Paul Tetlow ’88, MBA ’90
    Partner at K&L Gates
  • Nishit Thakkar, MBA ’06
    Head of Strategic Partner Management at Credit Suisse; Capital Expenditure Analyst- Credit Suisse
  • Michael J. Tiedemann ’89
    Managing Director at Wells Fargo Securities
  • Mark Tierno ’70
    Former President of MacMurray College in Illinois and Cazenovia College in New York, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Edolphus Towns, MSW ’73
    Former Congressman, representing New York’s 10th District
    Former Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee”
  • William Tracy ’76
    COO at The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc.
  • Alan Trautwig ’78, ’17 (Hon)
    Former Sportscaster for MSG Network; Sports Commentator, MSG Network, NBC, NBC Sports Network and USA Network
  • Nicholas Turturro, Jr. ’85
    Emmy nominee for role as Sgt. James Martinez, NYPD Blue Television Series


  • Birdsall Viault ’54*
    Author of several McGraw-Hill textbooks


  • Tonille Watkis ’14
    2016 Miss Black USA; Corporate Flight Attendant – Aviation
  • Max Weinberg ’70
    Drummer, E Street Band with Bruce Springsteen; Bandleader, The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brian
  • Michael Weiner ’93
    CFO, Genpact
  • Michael Weinstein ’06
    CEO & Founder, Runaway Productions
  • Joseph Westphal ’70
    United States Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
  • Harold Williams ’89
    Music Video and Film Director, Film Producer and Screenwriter: BET, Billboard, MTV Video Music and NAACP Image Awards; Owner of HYPE Films
  • Robert B. Willumstad ’05 (Hon)
    Partner, Brysam Global Partners; Former Chairman & CEO of the American International Group (AIG)
  • Michael Windischmann, Sr. ’92
    1984 Summer Olympic player, Mens Soccer; Captain of 1990 U.S. FIFA World Cup Team; National Soccer Hall of Fame, Class of 2004
  • Michelle Winfield, MS ’84
    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
  • Sola Winley, MA ’96
    Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for Major League Soccer
  • Robert Wolf ’71
    Past President of Galen College of Nursing, Tampa Bay
  • Jacqueline Woodson ’85, ’16 (Hon)
    New York Times Bestselling Author and Poet Laureate
  • John Wren ’75, MBA ’75
    CEO of Omnicom Group, Fortune 500 Company


  • Marylou Yam, PhD ’94
    President of Notre Dame of Maryland University, College of Nursing and Public Health
  • Reuven Young ’72
    Captain of 1968 Israeli Olympic Soccer Team; Athletic Director Buckley Country Day School
  • Jill Ytuarte ’97
    Managing Director at Morgan Stanley


  • Herbert Zaretsky, PhD ’64*
    Recipient of the St. George Medal
  • James Zeigon, MBA ’73
    Former Managing Director and CEO of Deutsche Bank’s Global Institutional Services; Former Senior Managing Director at the Chase Manhattan Corporation and the head of Chase Global Services


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