Alumni Association Officers and Alumni Council

The Alumni Relations Office is the primary communication link between the College and its alumni, enabling them to maintain an ongoing relationship with each other. Some of the office’s programs and activities include Alumni Weekend, national and international alumni gatherings, and alumni travel. The Alumni Office facilitates online engagement with alumni and manages alumni volunteers. They also hire students for general office work and to help at on-campus alumni events.
The Alumni Office works closely with the Career Services Office to facilitate networking between students and alumni and among alumni, to take advantage of the invaluable experience represented among the alumni. The Alumni Office also helps officers of the senior class and alumni groups plan special events.

The Alumni Office gives staff support to the Alumni Association, which was founded in 1882, and to the Alumni Council, the governing body of the Alumni Association. The Alumni Office also gives staff support to regional alumni and parent groups, called Connections, in various cities, worldwide. There are 10,045 alumni: 10,075 men, 9,966 women, and 3 unreported, with 2,594 married to each other, giving substance to the College’s traditional appellation, “Quaker matchbox.” The College defines an alumnus/a as anyone who has completed one semester.

Alumni Association Officers

David Ko ’92, president
Janet Erlick ’88, vice president
Don McMinn ’86, vice president
Lourdes Rosado ’85, vice president
Paige Gentry ’07, secretary

Zone A

Delaware, Pennsylvania
Deborah Lyons ’70 3
         West Chester, Pa.
Leonard I. Nakamura ’69 1
     Philadelphia, Pa.
Lourdes M. Rosado ’85 1
     Havertown, Pa.
Tuan-Linh Nguyen ’02 3
     Carlisle, Pa.
Robert Mueller ’68 2
     Philadelphia, Pa.

Zone B

New Jersey, New York
Donna L. Gresh ’83 1
     Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.
Jaky Joseph ’06 1
     New York, N.Y.
Katherine Buttolph ’74 3
     Skillman, N.J.
Lucy Jane Lang ’03 2
     New York, N.Y.
Peter Jacquette ’74 3
     Summit, N.J.
Thomas L. Newman II ’87 1
     Pompton Plains, N.J.
Thomas Stoddard ’87 2
     Monteclair, N.J.

Zone C

Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont
Bruce Maxwell ’91 3
     Pittsfield, Me.
Dina Aronzon ’05 1
     Cambridge, Mass.
David Jenemann ’93 1,4
     Burlington, Vt.
David Kidder ’62 2
     Watertown, Mass.
Ila Deshmukh Towery ’99 2
     Jamaica Plain, Mass.
Joseph M. Armah ’98 1,4
     Norwalk, Conn.
Susan Corcoran ’72 3
     Cambridge, Mass.

Zone D

District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia
Barbara Stubbs Cochran ’67 1
     Washington, D.C.
Antoinette M. Sayeh ’79 2
     Washington, D.C.
Charles Mayer ’98 3
     Washington, D.C.
Donald McMinn ’86 1
     Washington, D.C.
Ethan Landis ’84 2
     Washington, D.C.
Tanyaporn Wansom ’02 3
     Columbia, Md.

Zone E

Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia, and Wisconsin
Carolyn Kelley ’75 1
     Austin, Texas
Benjamin Keys ’011,4
     Chicago, Ill.
Jules Moskowitz ’66 1
     Prairie Village, Kan.
Susan Morrison ’81 1,4
     Austin, Texas
Vanessa Askot ’03 3
     Chicago, Ill.
William K. Wanjohi ’05 2
     Chicago, Ill.

Zone F

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, territories, dependencies, and foreign countries
Brian Sean Heaney ’83 2
     Durham, N.C.
Emily Nolte ’07 3
     Atlanta, Ga.
Janet Erlick ’88 1
     Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Kenneth M. Gibson ’76 1
     Atlanta, Ga.
Paige M. Gentry ’07 1
     Durham, N.C.

Zone G

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming
Alison Campbell ’87 2
     Mill Valley, Calif.
Chirag Chotalia ’04 3
     Los Angeles, Calif.
Cathryn J. Polinsky ’99 1
     San Mateo, Calif.
David Ko ’92 1
     San Mateo, Calif.
Elan Silverblatt-Buser ’12 1
     Gorrales, N.M.
Evan J. Wittenberg ’91 1
     Palo Alto, Calif.
Kwaku Sefa-Dedeh ’02 3
     Seattle, Wash.
Way-Ting Chen ’94 3
     Playa del Rey, Calif.

Nominating Committee Chair

Susan Morrison ’81

International Connection Chair

George Telford ’84 2

Connection Representatives

Atlanta
Emily Anne Nolte ’07
     Atlanta, Ga.
Robin Smith Petruzielo ’03
     Atlanta, Ga.
Linda Ann Valleroy ’72
     Decatur, Ga.
Beijing
Natalia Cote-Muñoz ’12
     Beijing, China
Michael Xu ’12
     Beijing, China
Boston
Gina Salcedo ’10
     Somerville, Ma.
David Wright ’69
     Wellesley, Ma.
Chicago
Marilee Roberg ’73
     Willmette, Ill.
DC/Baltimore
Maggie DeLorme ’10
     Arlington, Va.
Frank Mazzucco ’08
     Arlington, Va.
Denver
Erin Trapp ’92
     Denver, Col.
Houston
Curtis Trimble ’96
London
Abby Honeywell ’85
     Staines-upon-Thames, Eng.
Los Angeles
Deborah How ’89
     Santa Monica, Ca.
New York City
Eva Amesse ’11
     Staten Island, N.Y.
Lily Ng ’08
Paris
Anäis Loizillon ’95
Philadelphia
Jim Moskowitz ’88
     Swarthmore, Pa.
Pittsburgh
Emmanual Afrifa ’11
     Pittsburgh, Pa.
Melissa Kelley ’81
     Aspinwall, Pa.
San Francisco
Autumn Quinn ’04
     Redwood City, Ca.
Seattle
TBD
Seoul
Han Youl Cho ’09
     Seoul, South Korea
Bruce Han ’86
     Seoul, South Korea
Shanghai
Patty Winpenny ’74
     Shanghai, China
Singapore
Angelina Seah ’07
     Singapore
Taipei
Erik Guyot ’84
     Taipei, Taiwan
Triangle Area
George Telford III ’84
     Durham, N.C.
Madrianne Wong ’11
     Durham, N.C.
Tucson
Laura Markowitz ’85
     Tucson, Ariz.
Twin Cities
TBD


1 Term ends 2015.
2 Term ends 2016.
3 Term ends 2017.
4 Nominating Committee