Roles and Responsibilities
The Alumni Association Board is an advisory body created to represent alumni issues and concerns, and to help connect alumni with Albright’s 21,000 living alumni. The Alumni Association is led by a board of Albright College graduates of varying class years, occupations, gender, race and life experience. The Alumni Board typically has 25 elected members. They serve as a representative voice for our alumni body, connecting alumni with current students, and upholding Albright traditions for future generations. The Alumni Board is not an independent, separately incorporated entity; the Alumni Relations Office oversees the Alumni Association and the Executive Committee of the Alumni Board reports through them to the President and the Board of Trustees.
Kat Biehl Crossley ’11
Sean Crossley ’11,
Chris Barto ’88
Mary Ellen Beall ‘67
Sara Bergstresser ’61
Ashley Chambers ’08
Sandy D’Amico ’86
Stephen Deihl ’99
Victoria Foanio ‘14
Debbie Gardner ’08
Kelly Grieco ‘02
Kevin Hinkle ’02
Jason Hoerr ‘08
Carl Janson ’73
Darryl Jeffries ‘66
Joanne Mathiasen ‘80
Meredith Mayes ‘07
Julia Miller ‘13
Dan Newcome ‘16
Mike Reese ‘86
Patrick Sasse ‘02
Mary Lou Scalese ‘74
Tracy Scheirer ‘87
Steve Sieller ’06
Gregory Smith ’09
Blake Tobias ’17
Lou Verdelli ’92
Natalie Wallace ’07
- February 10th – McMillan Student Center South Lounge
- May 5th – Roessner Hall Atrium & Room 100
The mission of the Albright Alumni Association, in partnership with the College, shall be to nurture the spirit of Alma Mater in students, alumni and friends through our time, talent and treasure for a life long connection.
- The College and Alumni Association’s history
- The College and Alumni Association’s mission and goals
- The Alumni Association’s Strategic Plan
- The Alumni Associations Bylaws
- Events and Member Benefits offered to alumni
In accordance with the Alumni Association bylaws, we expect that you will abide by the following limits regarding your service:
- A term consists of three years
- No member of the Board shall serve for greater than six consecutive years
- After a board member’s second consecutive term is complete, that person may not return to the board as a voting member until after three years from the date their term expired.
In accordance with the Alumni Association mission, we expect that each board member be responsible for the following contributions:
- Prepare for, physically attend and participate in at least two or more board meetings per year
- Prepare for, attend and actively participate in the work of the Association Board including serving on a committee. Contribute expertise according to individual skills, experience and networks. Committee members will evaluate the committee’s progress toward meeting its stated goals. Some committee work will occur outside the four Alumni Association meetings. Reasonable participation in this offline work is expected.
- Attend and participate in at least one Albright alumni event per year.
- Serve on their reunion committee during their reunion year.
- Abide by and annually sign the Albright College Confidentiality Agreement.
- Abide by and annually sign the Conflict of Interest Disclosure Statement.
- Think broadly as each of you brings to the board a set of unique talents and qualities that will enhance our meetings and decisions, thus creating a better board to serve the alumni, students, and the College.
- Articulate the needs of the alumni body to the Association.
- Promote alumni events and programming through attendance and alumni outreach. You are an ambassador and an advocate who shares our accomplishments and goals with alumni, friends, business associates, and government officials.
- Identify and assist in the recruitment of potential new board members
- Alumni Association Board members are encouraged to make an annual gift to the college.
- Amount contributed is at the discretion of the individual.
- We seek to obtain 100% board participation and strongly encourage gifts to the Annual Fund.