Meet Your Alumni Executive Council
* Indicates new member
Brian Abernethy '12
* is a National Account Manager for 3M, residing in Charlotte, NC. While at St. Lawrence, Brian was an Economics major with a minor in Sports Studies & Exercise Science. The Ballston Spa, NY, native was a goalkeeper on the men's soccer team, playing for current St. Lawrence athletic director Bob Durocher. He participated in the study abroad program, spending the spring semester of 2011 in London Programme. Brian is currently pursuing his MBA at Wake Forest University while continuing to work full time, and is expected to complete the degree in August of 2017.
Mark Armstrong '12
is a project manager with Cumming Corporation in New York City. While at St. Lawrence, he was a member of the men's hockey team and majored in Economics.
Lori Strauss Bantz '67
retired after 25 years at the University of California, San Diego; she was student affairs manager & graduate advisor in Music, and previously worked in international education at the U.S. State Department. A French major, Music/Psychology minor, Laurentian Singer, and Pi Beta Phi sister, she received an M.Ed in higher education at American University. Lori has been a Laurentian Admissions Associate, a 45th reunion co-chair, an area events' host, traveled on eight St. Lawrence alumni ski trips, is a Manley Society member, and initiated the first Laurentian Singers reunion. Other long-time interests include travel, film, and cross-country skiing. A New York City native, Lori lives in La Jolla, CA, where she has served on various boards. Her son is an architect in Los Angeles, and her daughter Jenny, an editor at the Metropolitan Museum, lives in Brooklyn with her two grandchildren.
Anna Brouillette '17
* from Essex, Vermont, is a senior Government major and Education Studies minor. During her time on campus, she has served as the Secretary for SLU Democrats as well as the President of Pi Sigma Alpha, the political science honor society. Additionally, she is involved in the Reading and Math Tutor Program, where she works weekly with local elementary school students. As a third generation Laurentian, Anna looks forward to making more alumni connections and being involved in the future of our shared home.
Adam W. Casler '06
of Loudonville, NY, is the Assistant Director of Residential Life at Siena College. He was a combined History-Canadian Studies major at St. Lawrence and went on to earn a M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology from James Madison University. While at St. Lawrence, he was a member of Thelmo, Omicron Delta Kappa, a Community Assistant (RA), and a student worker in the Admissions Office. Since graduating, he has served as a Class Reporter and member of the Class of 2006 Young Alumni Committee.
Karoline Chrzanowski-Sears '06
* of Albany, NY, is the Associate Director of Student Activities at Union College in Schenectady, NY. A native of the North Country, she was a North Country-Augsbury Scholar at St. Lawrence, majoring in Psychology. She continued her education at NYU earning a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration in 2008. While at St. Lawrence, she was a member of Thelmo, Photo Floor, SLU Buddies, Orientation, Omicron Delta Kappa, Psi Chi psychology honorary, and Phi Beta Kappa. She is also one-half of a St. Lawrence couple, having met her spouse on the first day of orientation in 2003. As an alumna, she participates in her alumni community as a Laurentian Admissions Associate; was financial co-chair for the Class of 2006’s fifth reunion; is a Sustaining Saints donor; and is a member of the Class of 2006 Young Alumni Annual Fund group.
Neil Chatterjee '99
is a senior policy aide to U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. He majored in sociology and psychology and continued his education at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and the University of Cincinnati College of Business. At St. Lawrence he was a Minority Scholar, a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, a member of Thelmo, and participated in the study abroad program in Vienna. As an alumnus, he has worked on the reunion development committee and is serving as the Class of '99 Alumni Chair. Originally from Lexington, Kentucky, he and his wife reside in Herndon, VA, with their three young children. He serves as Chairman of the Brad Wilkerson Charitable Foundation; on the steering committee for the Holy Cross Hospital Foundation; and on the Washington, D.C. development committee for the University of Cincinnati's billion dollar capital campaign.
Elizabeth A. Colucci '87, P'17
* has worked in higher education her entire career. She tells people she loved college and St. Lawrence so much she never left. She was recently appointed the Director of Fellowships & Scholarships at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Elizabeth is responsible for all efforts surrounding undergraduate and graduate student competitive awards. In this role, she works with outstanding students as they compete for national and international awards. Elizabeth earned her M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Boston College and worked at Simmons College School of Social Work and Michigan State University prior to working at the University at Buffalo (UB). Elizabeth (Beth while she was at St. Lawrence) was an economics major who was a member of Chi Omega, the Orientation Planning Committee, Parents Weekend Committee, and ODK. She also worked in the Admissions Office and interned there as well. Elizabeth has a son, Peter Rasimas '17, at St. Lawrence, and a son, Andrew Rasimas '19, who is at UB. She has enjoyed being a student, alumnae, and now a St. Lawrence parent.
William Cowan '86
, Alumni Council vice president, is COO & CFO of Enthought, Inc., a company specializing in scientific computing, data science, and machine learning. He is also chairman of SMM Capital Partners. An economics major, Bill was a Vilas Scholar and a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He is a member of the National Major Gifts Committee, has been a Laurentian in Residence, and has volunteered in reunion fundraising. He is married to Jill Cowan and lives in Austin, Texas.
Tracy Dana '07
, originally from Bernardsville, NJ, resides in New York City where she is a Major Gifts Officer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). Prior to joining MSK, Tracy was a member of the Major Gifts team supporting children's health initiatives at Mount Sinai Medical Center, also in New York City. While at St. Lawrence, Tracy was a History Major with a double Minor in African Studies and British Literature. Outside the classroom, she was involved in the community as a member of Delta Delta Delta and participated in the Kenya Semester Program during the spring of 2006.
Paul Danielson '67
is an oral and Maxillofacial surgeon who retired from clinical practice in June 2015. He has been active professionally, serving on the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery as an examiner and as President in 2000. He is Chair of the Division of Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Department of Surgery, at the University of Vermont Medical Center, and was president of the Medical Staff in 2008. He is currently on the Board of Trustees of the University of Vermont Medical Center. His wife, Carol Bisby Danielson, is a 1967 St. Lawrence graduate and they have two children and three grandchildren. His son, Gregory '96, is married to classmate Cindy Enman '96. His daughter, Emily, and her husband are both dentists practicing in Burlington, VT. Paul and his wife enjoy sailing on Lake Champlain and golfing in Florida.
Stacie Sears Fagan '97
is Director of Development at the American Wind Wildlife Institute, whose mission is to advance the timely and responsible development of wind energy while conserving wildlife and their habitat. Stacie has held senior fundraising and management positions with Environmental Defense Fund, St. Lawrence University, Middlebury College, and Naropa University. A native of the Adirondacks, Stacie now resides in Shelburne, Vermont, with her husband, Mark, and their two sons. In her spare time, Stacie relishes playing outside and serving on the Board of the King Street Center in Burlington, VT. She is a 1997 graduate of St. Lawrence (B.A. in Environmental Studies and Economics).
Mary Claire Farnham '03
is project assistant at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, NH. A neuroscience major, Mary Claire was elected to ODK leadership honorary and was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. She also served as a Laurentian Admissions Associate, a career advisor, a Saints Network volunteer, and a reunion planning volunteer.
Amy Pollard Faulkner '81
lives in Newburyport, MA. For the past twenty-eight years, she has worked in educational administration for Boston University and now at Phillips Exeter Academy in Development/Major gifts. She has two children: a son who graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a daughter who graduated from Rollins College (where the president and wife are Grant Cornwell '79 and Peggy Kelsey Cornwell '79). She gets together regularly with St. Lawrence classmates.
Ed Forbes '02
, president of the Alumni Executive Council, is a journalist and recently moved into a new role as Senior Editor and Director, Training and Consumer Engagement, at the North Jersey Media Group, which includes northjersey.com and The Record of Bergen County. Previously, he worked as the Managing Editor and Consumer Experience Director at lohud.com and The Journal News. At St. Lawrence, he majored in English and History/Canadian studies. He was editor of The Hill News, president of his class, and president of Omicron Delta Kappa. Since graduating, he has volunteered as a Laurentian Admissions Associate, as co-chair of his class giving committee, and as co-chair of his fifth and tenth reunions. He earned a master's degree in 2008 from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. He lives in Mount Kisco with his wife, Emily Hunt Forbes '04, and their daughter, Caroline.
Jacqueline Roy Hallock '04
is the Vice President and Director of Marketing at Champlain National Bank in Willsboro, NY, where she handles all aspects of the Bank's marketing, advertising, and public relations. Before her banking career, she worked as a television news producer for the NBC affiliate in Burlington, VT. She was an English-Writing and Speech & Theatre double major at St. Lawrence, and went on to earn an MSc in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and Political Science. While at St. Lawrence, she was editor of The Hill News, director of the Singing Sinners, a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, studied abroad in London, and worked as a Management Assistant in the Admissions Office. She and her husband, Thom Hallock, live in Plattsburgh, NY.
Dave Halstead '91
, from East Meadow, NY, has over 20 years as a financial services professional with experience as a strategic member of corporate management teams. He has recently been named Vice President of the Long Island Branch - Northeast Region of AXA Advisors, LLC. He has management responsibility in the Woodbury, NY, branch office of AXA Advisors, and recruits, trains, and develops individuals who want to build careers as entrepreneurial financial professionals. In addition, he works with individuals and business owners to provide strategies to help them achieve their financial goals.
Heidi Hansen '70
, from Chatham, NJ, majored in biology at St. Lawrence, and was active in Thelmo, KDS, the Outing Club, and the Sailing Club. She received her MBA from Cornell and later earned her CPA and CFA. Heidi was a securities portfolio manager of a $7 billion portfolio (including mortgage-backed securities and junk bonds); proposed and executed the audits for the then-largest agency broker dealer in the world; and prepared Sarbanes-Oxley regulatory responses for public companies. As an alumna, she has volunteered in admissions and in her reunion planning efforts, most recently in 2015 for her 45th reunion. She also presented a Microsoft Excel tutorial to St. Lawrence students on the NYC Semester prior to their internships in 2015 and 2016.
Donald W. Jenkins '84, P'11, P'14
* is a Financial Advisor focusing on portfolio construction and retirement planning in South Burlington, VT. He was an Economics major at SLU and played on the tennis team, missing one season participating in the Vienna semester abroad. After working as a CPA for 8 years, Don has been an investment advisor since 1998. Don is a member of the South Burlington Rotary Club and currently serves as Treasurer on the town's Community Library's Board of Trustees. Additionally, he is on the Board of Trustees of the Greensboro Association (Greensboro, VT). Over the past 8+ years, he and his wife, Anne '84, have been visiting St. Lawrence to initially watch their daughter, Kelley '11, play tennis, continuing by then braving those balmy Spring baseball games in which their son, Ben '14, pitched. Both Don and Anne enjoy playing tennis, while Don finds additional time for platform tennis in the winter and golf in the summer. Don looks forward to serving on the Council and helping to move St. Lawrence forward.
Elizabeth Shaffer Kadick '11
* is an Account Supervisor with Curley Company, a public relations firm in Washington, D.C., owned by Trustee Jennifer Curley Reichert '90. Prior to her employment at Curley Company, Elizabeth served as communications director for New York Congressman Tom Reed and ran communications for his congressional campaign during the 2012 election cycle. She has also served as a legislative aide and press secretary in the New York State Senate. While at St. Lawrence, Elizabeth majored in Government with a minor in Religious Studies. She was a member of the riding team and participated in the Washington Semester Program at American University. Originally from Honeoye Falls, NY, Elizabeth now resides in Alexandria, VA.
Daniel G. Lee III '05
, of New York, NY, currently serves as the Head of Fundraising and Investor Relations for Aethon Energy, a Dallas-based, energy-focused private equity firm. Prior to joining Aethon, Dan was Head of Investor Relations for Aquiline Capital Partners, a financial services-focused private equity firm with $3.0 billion in assets under management. While at Aquiline, Dan led the firm's fundraising efforts for its $1.0 billion third fund. Previously, he was a Director and the Head of Investor Relations for Falconhead Capital. Dan is also experienced as a placement agent, having been involved in capital raising for buyout, venture capital, distressed debt, and real asset fund managers. Dan began his career in the mergers and acquisitions group at Fox-Pitt Kelton, a global boutique investment bank specializing in the financial services sector.
Chelsea Nuffer Lloyd '10
graduated from St. Lawrence with a B.A. in Performance & Communication Arts. At St. Lawrence, Chelsea was an Admissions Ambassador, a Communications Intern, and participated on the varsity cross country and track & field teams. She captained the cross country squad to a second place finish at NCAAs in 2009. Chelsea is an Account Manager for Axiall Corporation, a Westlake company, an international manufacturer and supplier of petrochemicals and building products. She and her husband David '08 live in Atlanta, GA, where they host gatherings for Atlanta-area Laurentians.
Pamela MacBrayne '70
is a consultant in higher education, specializing in planning, change management, and online learning. A Sociology major, she received a Master's and Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from SUNY Albany and the University of Maine, respectively. At St. Lawrence, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta, the tennis and basketball teams, the Outing Club, the Panhellenic Council, Operation Boomerang, the 4-1-4 Study Committee and a cheerleader. In 1968, she was Winter Carnival Queen. As a new alumna, Pam was President of the NYC Alumni Club, fundraising volunteer and member of the Alumni Executive Council. Upon moving to Maine in 1976 to pursue a career providing educational opportunities to rural adults, she remained active in fundraising as Reunion Giving Chair and Class Agent and has served many years as a Laurentian Admissions Advisor in addition to serving on many committees and boards in her community. An avid skier, sailor and adventurer, Pam has sailed extensively along the coasts of northern Europe and eastern North America and throughout the Caribbean, learning about indigenous cultures and teaching English to school children along the way.
James E. "Jay" McKee '71
majored in History at St. Lawrence. He was involved in Community Development Corps and Orientation. Jay holds an MBA from SUNY Buffalo. Jay has worked in the outdoor recreation industry (skiing and cycling) and the music and entertainment industries. He also served as an officer in the National Guard. An avid cyclist, Jay has led bicycle tours in Europe and North America. He recently became professor emeritus after thirty-seven years teaching at Champlain College in Burlington, VT. He now advises non-profits and enjoys living in Vermont.
Brendan McLaughlin '90
is a registered Professional Engineer and Senior Client Manager with Woodard & Curran, a 850-person environmental consulting, engineering, science, and operations firm. His efforts are focused on scoping, selling, and delivering professional service, construction, and operations & maintenance solutions that help industrial clients meet their business objectives while complying with federal, state, and local environmental regulations. While at St. Lawrence, Brendan was captain of the swimming team, a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity, photo editor for The Hill News, and a member of Thelmo. Brendan and his wife, Susie, live in Pittsburgh with their three children.
Liz Miller '17
* of Woodstock, VT, is a rising senior at St. Lawrence University, majoring in Performance and Communication Arts. She is an assistant to the University Photographer, a member of the Student Social Media Team, an intern for University Communications, and a sister of Kappa Delta Sigma.
Dave Murray '70
* was a math major, president of the senior class, played varsity football, and was a member of CDC and Sigma Pi fraternity. He is currently the President of the National Center for College Costs in Greencastle, Indiana. Dave began his nearly 30 years in college admissions and financial aid at St. Lawrence, where he worked in Admissions, Financial Aid, and Student Activities. He subsequently worked at Syracuse University before serving as the Dean of Admissions and Associate Provost at DePauw University. He then served as the Executive Director of nationally-recognized Lilly Endowment-funded programs, created to increase the college-bound rate at partner Indiana schools. Under his leadership, the DePauw admissions program was the subject of MacNeil/Lehrer and U.S. News and World Report studies of top private college admissions programs. He served on The College Board's Midwest Regional Council and the European Council of International Schools U.S. College Committee. Most recently, at the request of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, Murray and his team built the Indiana College Costs Estimator website; www.indianacollegecosts.org is the most comprehensive college selection, admissions, and financial aid website in the country.
Susan Eichman North '76
, treasurer of the Alumni Executive Council, works in the pharmaceutical industry managing clinical research studies in oncology and other indications. Sue and her husband are fortunate to have careers that are location-independent, which allows them to split their time between Fleming Island, FL, and Woolwich, ME. She was a chemistry major at St. Lawrence and a member of Delta Delta Delta, the Chemistry Honor Society, and the Sociology Honor Society. Following St. Lawrence, Sue received her MBA from Babson College and her Masters in Clinical Investigation from Mass General Institute of Health Professionals.
Mary Peterson '82
of Williston, Vermont, graduated summa cum laude from St. Lawrence in 1982 as a Government major. She received her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law, and worked as a litigator in Boston, MA, and Burlington, VT. Mary served on Williston’s select board as Chair; on the Board of Directors of the Vermont League of Cities and Towns; and for three terms in the Vermont House of Representatives, as Clerk of the Ways & Means Committee and Chair of the Joint Legislative Council. Mary currently is Commissioner for the Vermont Department of Taxes. At St. Lawrence, Mary was a member of KDS and Phi Beta Kappa, and participated on the Vienna Semester Abroad. She is married to Barrett '82, and two of their four children are also Saints.
Daniel Posener '82
is an entertainment industry business affairs executive/producer in New York City. He has worked on 20 Broadway shows and is currently at National Artists Management Company (Chicago, Pippin, Scottsboro Boys, Waitress) and previously worked at Disney Theatrical Productions (Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Mary Poppins). He was a government major at St. Lawrence and received a law degree from Hofstra University. At St. Lawrence, Dan was a Laurentian Singer, served on Thelmo, was a member of Sigma Chi, and was actively involved in St. Lawrence's theatre department. Dan has been an adjunct professor in Brooklyn College's Master of Performing Arts Management program and has taught classes on Theatre Law and Business at the Commercial Theatre Institute and Columbia Law School. He is currently on the board of the Vineyard Theatre, a major New York City non-profit theatre.
Robert G. Rood '69
is a registered principal and has run an investment practice in Camillus, NY, for the last 34 years. He majored in economics at St. Lawrence and earned an MBA from Syracuse University in 1977. At St. Lawrence, Bob was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity, a captain of the football team, president of the "L Club," a member of the Beta Beta Beta Biology Honorary, and an economics tutor. After graduation, Bob served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army via the St. Lawrence ROTC program, then as NYS Assistant State Conservationist for the USDA Soil Conservation Service. He has been a three-time president of Camillus Rotary, a regular emcee of its annual luncheon, and is the current chair of its scholarship program. He has served as treasurer and three-time warden of St. James Episcopal Church, and is currently president of the Lake Bonaparte Conservation Club. Currently, Bob and his wife, Judi McCuen Rood '69, live in Camillus, NY; Naples, FL; and Lake Bonaparte, NY. They have three children and four grandsons.
Molly Ryan '05
* is the Manager of Volunteer Services at the University of Vermont Health Network - Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (UVMHN-CVPH) in Plattsburgh, NY. Molly recently received her certification as a Certified Administrator of Volunteer Services through AHVRP-AHA and is continuing to work on expanding the volunteer program at the UVMHN-CVPH. Molly has worked at UVMHN-CVPH for over three years, where she also has served as the Manager of Community Outreach, focusing on the Special Event Fundraising for The Foundation of CVPH. Outside of the hospital, Molly is president for Rotary International, Champlain-Rouses Point Chapter; President of Champlain Valley Business and Professional Women; and has served as a Reunion Planning Volunteer. Prior to her work at UVMHN-CVPH, Molly served as the Constituent Liaison for Congressman William Owens, NY-21, while also working as a Canvass Leader on his 2009 historic campaign for election. While at St. Lawrence, Molly majored in Government while serving on Thelmo as a Senator, Secretary, and Elections Chairperson. Molly was also a member of Kappa Delta Sigma & Omicron Delta Kappa, a participant in the Washington Semester Program, a Community Assistant (RA), and a founding member of the 2001 Model United Nations. Molly and her husband, Eric Gadway, live with their two children, Kiera and Kael, in Rouses Point, NY.
Dennis P. Ryan '86
is Director of Industry Relations at CGI Federal. At St. Lawrence, he majored in English with a concentration in writing, and his activities included Orientation Leader, Outing Club, KSLU, president of Circle K, Sigma Chi member and officer, rugby, JV soccer, and the London semester. He has also served as a Class Agent and a reunion Development Committee member. Putting his liberal arts education to good and varied use, Dennis has taught English in Spain and worked in a family insurance business, as a speechwriter in Congress, as a fundraiser for a national political committee, and as a senior executive at two state agencies. Last year, Dennis completed a five-year term on the Camp Dudley Board of Trustees which, like the AEC, is made up of dedicated alums whose lives have been shaped by the institution. Dennis lives in Delmar, NY, with his wife, Robyn, a writer and lawyer who is finishing her first novel; daughter, Chandler (Bates 2019), and sons, Aidan (16) and Finn (13).
Jeffrey T. Scuteri '77
* majored in Government at St. Lawrence, is a brother of Beta Theta Pi, participated in the Washington Semester and was active in the IFC. After graduating from Suffolk University Law School in 1980, Jeff worked as an Assistant District Attorney and then for the Massachusetts Defender's Committee as a Public Defender in their Felony Trial Unit. He currently practices law in Salem, Massachusetts, and lives with his wife, Jennifer, in Hamilton, Massachusetts, as all of his children are now finally out of the house.
Philip J. Sprague '80, P'11
majored in Government at St. Lawrence. He participated in the Nairobi Semester Program and was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa. After graduation, in true liberal arts tradition, he taught math for a year, attended Albany Law School, and earned a commission in the U.S.A.F. For the past 30 years, Phil has been a Financial Advisor with MassMutual. Active in his community, Phil is a past President of Northern New York Community Foundation, the Watertown Rotary Club, the Thompson Park Conservancy, the Samaritan Keep Home, and the NNY Chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. He has served as an Elder, Deacon, and Trustee of First Presbyterian Church in Watertown. He and his wife, Emily, have two daughters: Caroline (Hamilton College '09, Boston College MBA, '14), and Julia (St. Lawrence '11, Princeton Theology School Master’s Candidate, '16).
Charles J. Sullivan '89
is a partner in the law firm of Bond Schoeneck & King, PLLC in Syracuse, NY. He practices business law, advising many business enterprises and not-for-profit organizations in transactional, financing, regulatory, and governance matters. He serves as President of the Board of Trustees of Holy Family School in Syracuse, and is a long-time coach of the Christian Brothers Academy competition team for the New York State Bar Association Mock Trial Program. While at St. Lawrence, Charlie was a government major, a Laurentian Singer, an ODK member and officer, Chief Justice of the Student Judiciary Board, a Resident Assistant, and a member of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Charlie was also a President's Scholar, a Senior Award Winner, and a Who's Who inductee. Charlie resides in Jamesville, NY, with his wife, Debbie, and their three children.
Mark Taylor '75
was a member of Beta Theta Pi, wrote for the Hill News, was on the track team, and participated in Thelmo. He majored in Political Science and subsequently received a M.A. in Government from Villanova University in 1977 and a law degree from Temple Law School in 1980. He transitioned from law into real estate and is First Vice President of Investments for Marcus & Millichap, a national investment real estate services firm. He married Ilene Wasserman, Ph.D. (Cornell '77) in 1984. They have resided in Penn Valley, PA, just outside of Philadelphia, since that time, where they raised two children: Erin (26) and Matthew (24), both graduates of Tufts University. Both Mark and llene have been very active in their community. Mark was elected to the Lower Merion Board of Commissioners, amongst a host of other local government roles, and Ilene currently serves as Chair of the Lower Merion Human Relations Commission. Both have served in various community capacities and on various boards.
Cortney Terrillion '99
from Greenwich, CT, graduated with a B.S. in Physics. As a student, Cortney was Class Vice President, a Thelmo senator, SLUSAF central treasurer, a Chi Omega sister, in the Physics and Math Honoraries, and coxswain for men's crew. Starting in sales and marketing consulting with Cannondale Associates, she soon transitioned to Nestle Waters North America, where she has worked in a variety of marketing, strategic, and analytic roles for the past 14 years, including a stint in Switzerland. She recently moved to the sales side and is currently Sales Strategy Manager for the National Distributor Network. She volunteers with Greenwich Library Friends on Flinn Gallery Marketing and is a sustaining board member of the Junior League of Greenwich. Cortney is a food and wine enthusiast and enjoys traveling, reading, golf, and skiing.
Ron Thomson '70
* is retired from MassMutual Financial Group, where he was a Vice President and served as a Registered Principal with their investment broker-dealer MML Investors Services. He majored in Sociology at St. Lawrence and earned an MBA from Western New England University in 1978. At St. Lawrence, Ron was on the soccer team, a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, the Sociology Honorary, a member of Scabbard and Blade, and secretary of the "L Club." After graduation, Ron served as an officer in the U.S. Army for four years with special designations of Airborne and Ranger. He coached youth sports programs in his community, and served six years on the local school committee, three as chairman. He is active in his church having served as a deacon and currently as financial secretary. He has volunteered in his class reunion planning efforts, most recently in 2015 for his 45th reunion. He and his wife, Katherine (Kitty), reside in Hampden, MA, and also have a home in Boothbay Harbor, ME. They have two children, Scott (Syracuse '02) and Allison (University of Vermont '06), and three grandchildren.
Danielle Weaver '07
, from Jamestown, NY, is the Director of Housing and Residence Life at Daemen College in Amherst, NY. After St. Lawrence, Danni received her master's degree from Buffalo State College in Higher Education Administration. While at St. Lawrence, she served as Class President for three years, as an Orientation Leader, as a member of the chapel planning committee, on the Townhouse Council, as an Admissions Intern, and also as Student Delegate to the Alumni Council.
Ben Wheeler '18
* from Longmeadow, MA, is an Economics and Business double major and has been increasingly involved since he arrived on campus in the fall after transferring. He is an active member of both the club lacrosse and club hockey teams and is a new member of Beta Theta Pi. He came to St. Lawrence after hearing of the great experience his sister, Anne Wheeler '14, had and the great community of both current students and alumni supporting the school. After only having been here a year, Ben already feels compelled to give back and to help better the school so that many others may have the same great experience. He is excited to be a delegate to the Alumni Council and looks forward to further strengthening St. Lawrence.
Jan Hunt Williams '70, P'98, '99, '02
is a clinical social worker. She majored in sociology and received her Master's in Social Work from SUNY Buffalo. While at St. Lawrence, she was a member of Kappa Delta Sigma, the University Choir, Thelmo, the Student Judicial Board, Mortar Board, CDC and Alpha Kappa Delta and was an orientation leader and ROTC sponsor. Since graduating, she has served as Class Agent, a reunion co-chair, and as a Laurentian Admissions Associate. She is married to Rodge Williams '68 and they are the parents of three Laurentians: Sally '98, Hale '99, and Johanna '02. She enjoys semi-retirement at their home on Keuka Lake, New York.