Vince McCormack is President and Co-Owner of Perdue Office Interiors. McCormack has been with the company since 1986 and has worked in every area of the company. In 2001 after many years in Sales and Sales Management, McCormack took over as President. In 2007, he and an investment partner purchased the company.
McCormack is active in the business community having served or currently serving on the Jacksonville Regional Chamber Board of Governors and Board of Directors. He is also a Trustee with the Chamber and serves on the Advisory Council for Jax USA Partnership. McCormack is on the Executive Committee of the Gator Bowl Association, and several non-profit boards including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida, Downtown Vision Inc. and the Florida Theatre.
Steve Bachand serves on the board of the Loblaw Companies Ltd.; retired president and CEO of Canadian Tire Corp, an $8.5 billion hard goods retailer; previously served on the boards of Bank of Montreal, George W. Weston, Ltd, Harris Financial Corp., Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Canadian Pacific Rail, Ltd. Bachand received his B.A. from Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.; M.B.A. from University of Virginia, The Darden School.
Bachand served on the board for Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and The Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. He and wife Phyllis have three daughters and five granddaughters.
Doug Burnett has been President of Doug Burnett Associates since 2010. He is a retired Adjutant General of Florida. Major General Burnett has been a member of St. Johns River Water Management District Governing Board since 2013 and previously served as a member of the Florida State College of Jacksonville District Board of Trustees from 2011 to 2012. Burnett received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Burnett was appointed to the University of North Florida Board of Trustees by Governor Scott July 2, 2015, for a term ending January 2020.
Margaret Gellatly is President of Stonehenge Equitas Partners, LLC, and a number of other investment entities. She received her B.A. from Newcomb College, Tulane University; and her J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law.Margaret is a past President of the University of North Florida Foundation Board; past Chairman of MOCA Jacksonville Board of Trustees; former member of the Jacksonville International Airport Arts Commission, the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, and Youth Crisis Center, Inc. Board of Directors.
Alan Hartley is Owner and Chief Investment Officer for Black Cypress Capital. Alan launched Black Cypress in the midst of the 2008 and 2009 recession, with an account of $400,000. The firm now manages $120 million. Alan is also the current Investment Committee Chair of the University of North Florida Foundation helping oversee the University’s $107 million endowment. Alan has been in the investment field since 2004. His career started with a research associate position at Ergates Capital, a long/short hedge fund. Alan next joined Morningstar as a generalist/IPO equity analyst where he covered thirteen different industries. Alan then managed $50 million on the behalf of six different investment advisors. Alan graduated from UNF summa cum laude, receiving a B.B.A. in Finance. He has also earned the right to display the CFA designation.
Alan has been published in Morningstar, Barron’s , SumZero, Seeking Alpha, and other syndicated publications. In additional to his UNF board involvement, Alan also regularly serves as UNF’s industry mentor for the annual CFA Research Challenge. Alan lives with his wife, son, and daughter in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. He enjoys reading, hiking, exercising, traveling, and cooking.
Irene Lazzara, named an UNF honorary alumna in 2001, is the president of the Gasper and Irene Lazzara Charitable Foundation and is an officer in the Ocai Company, Inc. with her husband, Gasper. She has been a UNF Foundation Board member since 2001.An arts enthusiast, Irene and her husband contributed to the completion of the Fine Arts Center in 2000 and the naming of the Lazzara Performance Hall. In 2003, the couple established the Lazzara Family Scholarship Endowment in Performing Arts, assisting students with funds to further their education.
Irene later established the Linda Carter Slade Endowed Scholarship, designated for students who receive services from the Disability Resource Center on the UNF campus. At the same time, she created the Susan Remmer Ryzewic Scholarship, allocated for undergraduate students enrolled in the Osprey Financial Group. She has served as the past chairwoman of the Florida Theatre Board of Directors and an advisory board member for The Sanctuary on 8th Street. Additionally, she has been active on the boards for Jacksonville’s Museum of Science and History (MOSH) and the Bolles School; and taken leadership roles in various nonprofit fundraising initiatives, including the American Cancer Society, the United Way of Northeast Florida, and Wolfson Children’s Hospital. She received a bachelor’s degree in education from Illinois State University, and was recently selected as an honorary Redbird.
Chuck Moorer was a founding member of Schoolhouse Capital, LLC., a subsidiary of State Street Bank, which was the first multi-manager of 529 college savings plans. Chuck partnered with Joe Gano, the founder of National Education, in 1996. Together, they orchestrated the creation of National Education Servicing, LLC. Chuck serves as Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee for the UNF Foundation. He also serves on the Board for Financing Corp., one of the university’s four DSO’s. Chuck is a supporter of MOCA and has served on the MOCA Board since 2014. He has also supported two endowed scholarships in Arts and Design.Chuck graduated with honors from Emory University, and served as a U.S. Army scout helicopter pilot in the Republic of Vietnam.
Scott Baker is the former president and CEO of Paul Davis Restoration Inc. Prior to this, Scott was with International Power Technology in Redwood City, CA, for nine years where he held the position of president and CEO. He also spent several years in commercial banking as vice president and general manager of a wholesale bank in Taiwan. Mr. Baker is a member and former vice chairman of MOCA Jacksonville, and a member of the boards of the MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation, World Affairs Council Jacksonville, and The River Club. Scott graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, MA, and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. He also has a J.D. degree from the University of Tennessee and is a member of the Florida Bar.
Martha Barrett is the Senior Vice President and Northeast Florida Market Manager
for Bank of America.
Martha is currently
responsible for the strategic planning, coordinating, and leveraging of the
bank’s local philanthropic contributions, managing events and sponsorships, and
facilitating relationships with community and opinion leaders. In this role,
she oversees the local foundation and sponsorship budgets as well as managing the
local market delivery team.
been with Bank of America since September 2001.
Martha served in the Jimmy Carter administration in Washington,
D.C. and was an aide to Florida United States Senator Richard Stone in
Washington, D.C. She returned to Jacksonville in late 1978 to work for the new
mayor, Jake Godbold. Martha was elected
unopposed to the Duval County School Board in 2000 and 2004. She chaired the board in 2004. She was reelected to the School Board in a
special election in September 2009 and served until November 2012.
She currently serves on the boards of, Sulzbacher Center for the
Homeless, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Communities in Schools, Florida
State College Foundation and Florida House in Washington, D.C. She is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville
and Leadership Florida. Recently she was honored by the Jacksonville City
Council with a Resolution recognizing her for her many noteworthy
accomplishments as a civic leader in the Jacksonville community. In addition,
Martha has received such accolades as a Silver Medallion award recipient from
OneJax and EVE award finalist in employment.
Martha graduated from Maryville University in St. Louis, Mo. with
a B.A. in Political Science and a master’s in education from Xavier University
in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Curt Cunkle is the President of Florida Banking for TIAA Bank where he has
worked since 2005. Curt is an active member of the Jacksonville community
having previously served on various boards such as the ASL Foundation, Carey
Bishop Foundation, St. Vincent’s Foundation, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce,
Florida Bankers Association and Ronald McDonald House of Charities
Curt currently serves on the boards of the Economic Roundtable of
Jacksonville, Take Stock in Children Leadership Council and the UNF Coggin
College of Business.
Curt is a native of Jacksonville where he attended the Bolles
School. He received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the
University of Alabama. Curt has been married for 33 years to his wife, Julie, and they
have three children; Austin, Will and Lindsey.
Austin graduated from UNF in 2018 and Will is a junior at UNF. Lindsey attends Providence High School.
Shantel Davis ‘99 serves as the assistant vice president for corporate real estate with CSX. In this role, Shantel works with cross-functional teams to develop professional and comprehensive real estate acquisition services for internal and external customers to ensure timely construction and completion of rail infrastructure and terminal projects. In her previous role as assistant vice president and general manager for phosphate and fertilizer, she provided executive sales and marketing leadership for implementing both short and long term business strategies and supply chain solutions to maximize results for an approximately $500M portfolio of revenue and volume growth for domestic and global distribution. Shantel also managed the operations of one of the largest fertilizer port terminals.
Shantel is a board member for the Sulzbacher Center as well as a mentor for the CSX Associate Development Program. She recently served on the board of directors for the Tampa YMCA Central City prior to relocating to Jacksonville. In 2013, Shantel was named one of the top 100 emerging leaders by diversityMBA. She earned an MBA from Jacksonville University and a B.S. from University of North Florida.
Elana Dietz is a retired human rights commissioner, teacher, real estate appraiser, and relocation counselor. She has been involved in the community through a variety of initiatives, including serving as the chairwoman for the MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation Golf Tournament and as a member of the Grant Committee for the Women's Giving Alliance. She also has served as board member and education chairwoman for the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville.
While living in Virginia, she served as treasurer for a state senate candidate and was a founding board member of The Women’s Entrepreneurial Network. She graduated from Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA.
Marilyn Gilman ’17 has worked in the field of Nutrition and Fitness for more than 20 years. She spent several years owning and operating Health Management Resources, Inc. in Jacksonville Beach. She is currently a nutrition educator for Cathedral Arts Project.
Marilyn earned her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of North Florida. She has spent much of her professional life in nutritional counseling and fitness training. She has been a patron of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) for more than a decade.
Paul Goodwin serves on the Board of Directors of Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC, a publicly traded company that owns and acquires high-quality infrastructure and equipment that is essential for the transportation of goods and people globally. He has more than 45 years of experience in the freight business, including senior roles at CSX Corporation. Goodwin was a member of the board of directors of SeaCube Container Leasing Ltd. from 2009 through 2013; and on the board of directors of RailAmerica, Inc. from 2009 through 2012. He previously served on the board of directors of Manhattan Associates, Inc. He also served on the board of the National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust.
From 2000 until 2003, Goodwin served as vice-chairman and chief financial officer of CSX Corporation. He started with CSX Corporation in 1965 and held various senior management positions with entities affiliated with CSX Corporation group, including executive vice president and chief financial officer, senior vice president finance and planning and executive vice president of finance and administration. Additionally, Goodwin served as a board member of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville. He graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, and received an MBA from George Washington University.
Beth Gordon is the senior vice president of commercial banking with Wells Fargo. Her financial services career includes corporate banking, middle market banking, credit administration, and retail. She serves as a director and treasurer at WJCT; a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Florida’s Finance and Investment Committee; and a director at the Girl Scouts of Northeast Florida. She is a member of the United Way of Northeast Florida’s Resource Management Committee and a treasurer at Angels for Allison. Gordon received a B.S. in finance from Florida State University.
Over the years, Ann has also served on the boards of numerous Jacksonville organizations, including the Jacksonville Area Planning Board, Jacksonville Service League, Junior League of Jacksonville, HabiJax, Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, and The Bolles School. She also has served on the boards of the Jacksonville Public Library, Jacksonville Public Library Foundation, Jacksonville Art Museum, and Daniel Memorial Home.As a trustee for the Hicks Charitable Foundation, Ann has supported many organizations in the region. UNF named the Hicks Honors College in honor of Ann and David Hicks on Oct. 15, 2015, after the couple generously donated $7 million to the university. In 2012, UNF dedicated Building 53, as Hicks Hall to honor the couple for its dynamic leadership and unselfish support to Northeast Florida. In 1996, the couple originated the idea of the Pathways to Success Scholarship program at the university. The program, which David and Ann funded, provides a way for students in HabiJax and public housing to attend UNF. The program’s initial goal was a $10 million endowment to fund scholarships. Additionally, David and Ann have been involved in providing scholarship assistance to UNF students through the establishment of the Gray Scholars scholarship program. Ann received a bachelor's degree from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA, in 1959, and a bachelor's degree in liberal studies with a concentration in religion at UNF in 1995.
Jonathan Howe retired in May 2013 from presidency of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations after serving nearly 19 years; completed a distinguished career of military and diplomatic service retiring from the U.S. Navy as an admiral in 1992. Howe graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy; earned M.A., M.A.L.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.
Howe is the past chairman of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville; past president of Fleet Landing; past president of Rotary Club of Jacksonville. He has been married more than 55 years to wife, Dr. Harriet M. Howe, who taught sociology at UNF; has six adult children.
Anne Lufrano is a retired psychologist and community volunteer who received her
undergraduate degree in Psychology from Queens College, CUNY, and her doctorate
in Child and Family Psychopathology from Cornell University. Anne was an
inaugural member of the Student Affairs Community Council and is a past Chair.
Anne has worked as a psychologist privately, as well as in community mental
health clinic and hospital settings. She taught Pre-Kindergarten at the JCA and
worked with the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.
Anne is an active community volunteer and has also served on the
board of directors of United Way, the Jacksonville Symphony Association, Jewish
Family and Community Services and is the Vice Chairman for The Arc
Jacksonville. Together with her husband Dr. Robert Lufrano, Anne endowed UNF’s
Lufrano Intercultural Gallery and serves on the Student Affairs Council DRC and
She also served
on the THRIVE Fundraiser Committee.
Tony Marinatos is a Managing Director at Chartwell Capital Management Co., Inc. He joined the firm in 1995. Prior to joining Chartwell Capital, Mr. Marinatos was an Executive Vice President and a Member of the Board of Directors of The Hamilton Collection, Inc. from 1984 to 1995. He was a Senior Vice President at Downe Communications, Inc., and Chartcom, Inc.Marinatos currently serves on the boards for Seven Bridges Radio and the Association for Corporate Growth. Marinatos holds a B.S. in Accounting and an M.B.A. in Finance from St. John's University, New York.
Scott McCaleb is a principal at Heritage Capital Group in Jacksonville. His focus is advising clients on mergers and acquisitions as well as financial and strategic advisory services. Scott previously served as the vice president of Vulcan Lands, Inc., a subsidiary of Vulcan Materials Company. He previously served as vice president of the south region for Vulcan Materials Company and vice president-corporate development for Florida Rock Industries. He is also principal of McCaleb Investments Inc., a real estate development company.
McCaleb is a trustee on the Jacksonville Transportation Authority Board of Directors, and a trustee and past president of the Gator Bowl Association. He previously served as vice chairman of the Jacksonville Sports Development Authority and serves on the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors. McCaleb has volunteered for more than 10 years with THE PLAYERS Championship Golf Tournament and served as charter president and honorary member of the Rotary Club of Deerwood. He is also active in Leadership Jacksonville.McCaleb has a bachelor’s degree in finance and real estate from Florida State University. He also holds a Florida Real Estate Broker’s license.
Almeta Monroe-Turner is a State Farm insurance agent in Fleming Island.An entrepreneur focusing on mobile technology, Monroe-Turner is also a member of the National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors and the Executive Women’s Golf Association. She is a former member of the Executive Board of Operation New Hope, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida, and Ready for Work.Monroe-Turner graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.A. in criminal justice.
Newton has served on the board of the YMCA, the Chamber of Commerce, the Community Foundation of Northeast Florida, the public library, the Jacksonville Symphony, the Jacksonville Art Museum, the Women’s Giving Alliance, The Cummer Museum, and the Episcopal Church’s ministries. She also served as a Jacksonville University trustee, an Edward Waters College trustee, and with Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales. Newton earned an associate’s degree from Briarcliff Junior College.
Damon Olinto is the Market Executive of the Northeast Florida Division of
Synovus Bank. He has been in the Banking
industry for 30 years. He began his banking career in 1987 with Florida
National Bank and over the years has worked for both large regional and small
community banks. Bill Hammel, Jerry Dean
and Damon began Synovus Bank of Jacksonville in 2004 as the first DeNovo Bank
for Synovus since 1887. The bank has
grown over the years to over $700 Million in assets.
Damon has been active volunteering for Not for Profit
organizations in Jacksonville. He holds
many of these charities in high regard.
He has actively participated on the boards of The Otis Smith Foundation,
Clara White Mission, is Past Chair of the University of North Florida College
of Education and Human Services, was President of the Bishop Kenny Booster
Club, Past President of San Jose Country Club, Board Member of the Diocese of
St Augustine School Board (DABE), Trustee of the Diocese of St Augustine
S&L, and a member of The Rotary Club of Deerwood.
The organization he is most proud to be part of as a volunteer is
THE PLAYERS. In 2018, Damon was the Chairman of THE PLAYERS, and was
responsible for oversight of over 2,000 volunteers. THE PLAYERS generated $9 Million for local
charities. By the end of 2018, THE
PLAYERS raised and contributed over $100 Million to local organizations in
Damon has been blessed to be married to his wife, Janet, for
almost 35 years.
They have three
children, and two grandchildren.
Lindy Prudencio is The Energy Authority's vice president of risk control and chief
risk officer. Malinda is responsible for monitoring all commercial business
risk and managing the Credit and Risk Control, Compliance, Analytics, and Power
Supply Planning Departments. She and her team oversee the administration of
TEA's compliance procedures and perform ongoing maintenance of TEA's Risk Management
Policy. Malinda has been featured as an industry speaker on risk control best
practices, enterprise risk management, and has spoken on several Women in
Energy forums. In 2011, she received an
award as one of the top 40 rising stars of Public Power.
Malinda earned her Master of Business Administration from the
University of North Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business
Administration from the University of Florida.
Malinda is actively engaged in her local community, serving on The
Health Facilities Authority of the City of Jacksonville, FL, the Board of
Directors of Community First Credit Union of Florida, and as the President of
the University of North Florida Alumni Association.
Amy Rice has served on
the Board of Directors for three transportation entities: Consolidated Rail
Corporation (Conrail), the Indiana Harbor Belt, and CSX Intermodal Terminals.
She served as President of the CSX Intermodal Terminals Board and led the
business on a day-to-day basis. During
her tenure, all three of these entities achieved record margin and/or cost
Amy was most recently Vice President of Intermodal and Coal Operations at CSX,
where she oversaw a 24x7 operation, comprised of more than 40 terminals, 180
management and 650 union employees, and 600 contractors. She managed a $500M expense budget and $100M
capital program annually and implemented industry-leading terminal automation
technology to drive efficiency. Amy has shown cross-functional versatility,
with roles as Vice President of Strategic Planning, Vice President of Finance,
following positions of increasing finance responsibility, and Director of
Marketing for Intermodal, where she launched digital marketing efforts. Prior
to CSX, she worked at Deloitte, National City Bank (now PNC) and Citibank.
completed a three-year term on the Board of Directors of Hubbard House, which
aids victims of domestic violence. Amy also serves on the Business Advisory
Council for the Coggin School of Business at the University of North Florida
and is a member of the Women’s Giving Alliance.
She was previously on the Board of Junior Achievement of North Florida.
Amy holds a
Bachelor of Business Administration from the Emory University Goizueta School
of Business and an MBA from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.
Originally from Pittsburgh, Amy lives Jacksonville, FL, with her husband Jason,
and their sons, Brody (10) and Trevor (9).
Amy was recognized as one of Progressive Railroading’s Rising Stars in
2018 and Jacksonville Business Journal’s 40 under 40 in 2016.
Steve Sherman is a Senior
Vice-President and Wealth Management Advisor in the Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
office. Originally from New Jersey, Steve started in the investment industry in
1985 and joined Merrill Lynch in 1989. Steve has been a training advisor to the
firm in our corporate headquarters as well as a manager in the Jacksonville,
Florida office. Steve's ability to develop intricate strategies to our clients'
situations is a true attribute and is appreciated by all his clients.
currently serves on the advisory board of the Jewish Community Alliance
Foundation, is a past president of the Jewish Community Alliance (JCA), and a
past board member of the Jewish Community Foundation of Northeast Florida,
Inc., and the Jacksonville Jewish Federation. In addition, he is in the process
of joining the Southern Legal Counsel, a Florida statewide not-for-profit
public interest law firm that is committed to the ideal of equal justice for
all and the attainment of basic human and civil rights.
Steve is a
graduate of Leadership Jacksonville, which focuses on community leadership and
quality of life issues. In 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 he was named to Barron’s
Top 1,000 Advisors List. He has been recognized as a Forbes “Best in the State
Advisor” for his work in wealth management. Steve is a graduate of Florida
State University with a degree in Accounting.
Travis Shore ‘99 serves as a managing director for the public investments team at Vanderbilt University. He joined Vanderbilt University in 2014 after serving as an investment director at the Alfred Sloan Foundation. Prior to that, he served as a director of investments at New York University. Shore earned a bachelor’s degree in banking and finance at the University of North Florida, and also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Henry Puente is CEO of The Ware Group,
Inc., a wholesaler of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and
refrigeration products throughout Florida and South Carolina. Puente previously served as
CEO for Tree of Life Inc., a $1.6 billion wholesaler of natural and specialty
foods throughout the United States and Canada. He currently serves as a board
member for Johnstone Supply, Inc. and RS&H, Inc.Puente graduated from the University of Florida
before completing his MBA at the University of North
Ryan Schwartz has held board
positions in multiple organizations, including chairing the boards of the Community
Foundation for Northeast Florida, the Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Jacksonville, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, and the
Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida. Additionally, Schwartz chaired the $13
million capital campaign for the Ronald McDonald House expansion. Most
recently, Ryan spent 21 years with US Assure, a national insurance organization,
where he was Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President and a member of
the company’s board of directors. Schwartz currently serves as
Managing Director of a professional advisory firm focused on privately held businesses.
Schwartz graduated from the Terry College of Business at the University
Neera Shetty is the Senior Vice President and Deputy
General Counsel for the PGA Tour, where she is responsible for advising on all
legal matters including international, employment, litigation, and immigration
issues for the PGA TOUR and Tournament Players Clubs throughout the TPC Network.
In 2018, Shetty was named one of 35 female
“Game Changers” in the sports industry by the Sports Business Journal. Prior to joining the PGA Tour in 2008, Shetty spent five
years as a partner with McGuireWoods LLP and four years at Sabre Corporation as
Vice President of Employee Relations. Shetty graduated from Duke University
before completing her J.D. at the University of Texas School of Law.
Bruce Taylor, Ph.D., is the CEO and chairman of Taylor Engineering, Inc. He founded Taylor Engineering in 1983 and guided the company to prominence as one of the leading coastal and water resource engineering organizations in the United States. He has served in various capacities on professional boards, councils, and committees at the state and national level. He is the recipient of the Florida Engineering Society’s three highest awards: Outstanding Technical Achievement, Florida Engineer of the Year, and Outstanding Service to the Profession of Engineering. In 1999, he received the nation’s highest award given to a professional engineer, the National Society of Professional Engineer’s Award.
Taylor served as an officer in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Service, receiving his B.S. (with distinction) from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1964. He subsequently earned his M.S. in oceanographic engineering from the University of Miami in 1971, and his Ph.D. in civil and coastal engineering from the University of Florida in 1974. Taylor is also an honorary alumnus of the University of North Florida.
Taylor is the former president of the Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers. Over the years, he has been a member of academic visiting committees for the U.S. Naval Academy and the University of Florida, a member of the Army’s Coastal Engineering Research Board, and a member of the Peer Review Committee for the Army Corps of Engineers Coastal Hydraulics Laboratory. He has also been a Florida Virtual Campus board member.
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Ally Schneider, Student Government President John White, Faculty Association President Jessica Cummings, Alumni Association PresidentRyan Proffitt, '02, Osprey Club President
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