Melissa Daniel   Thomas P. Ferrazzi Ferris   William Flemming   Justin Fyfe   Robert P. Garrett   Ted Garrison  
                         
  Class of 2003
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Associate of Architectural Engineering Technology
  Class of 1992
The College at Brockport
Bachelor’s, Criminal Justice
  Class of 1977, 1979
University of Cincinnati
ASC Architectural Technology (‘77),
BS Construction Management (‘79)
  Class of 2007
Mohawk College
Computer Systems Technology - Co-op Diploma, Software Engineering
  Class of 1983
SUNY Oswego
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
  Class of 1999
Clarkson University
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
 
                         
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić, President
Wentworth Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Mary Ellen Zuckerman, Provost
The College at Brockport
  NOMINATED BY
Kettil Cedercreutz, Associate Provost and Director ProPEL
University of Cincinnati
  NOMINATED BY
Christine Bradaric-Baus,
Vice President Academic
Mohawk College
  NOMINATED BY
President Deborah F. Stanley
SUNY Oswego
  NOMINATED BY
Anthony G. Collins, President
Clarkson University
 
                         
  Melissa Daniel’s dedication to the architecture profession, as well as diversity and inclusion, led her to develop and manage the annual Women in Architecture Series, the first of its kind in the Washington, D.C. area. A senior designer for Karn Charuhas Chapman & Twohey, Melissa is also the co-chair of the American Institute of Architect’s 2017 Women’s Leadership Summit. She served as officer for the D.C. chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects, where she was the Education Committee Chair and spearheaded a session on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. She additionally has been honored with the 2015 Building Design and Construction 40 Under 40 award and as the District of Columbia Council of Engineering & Architectural Societies’ 2013 Young Architect of the Year.   Tom Ferris is a founding partner of Connors & Ferris, LLP, one of New York State’s largest Workers’ Compensation law firms. He has appeared at thousands of workers’ compensation and Social Security disability hearings and represented injured workers before the appellate courts of New York, the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board and Social Security Administration. Tom also has published many articles on workers’ compensation and the rights of injured workers in New York. He served as a councilperson on the Sweden Town Board between 2004 and 2009, and was also a 2012 National co-Chair for SUNY Buffalo Law School’s 125th Anniversary Fund Drive.   William Flemming holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management and Architectural Technology from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Golden Gate University. Flemming completed his cooperative education at Dunn and Wendel, an architectural firm in Cincinnati, OH and Allen Mechanical, a mechanical firm in Allentown, PA. Flemming is President of Skanska USA Building, Inc. Skanska USA is one of the largest construction and development companies in the country. Headquartered in New York with 39 offices across the country, Skanska is committed to sustainable construction and development and an injury-free workplace. Under Flemming’s leadership, Skanska has achieved earnings that have exceeded corporate goals and has developed a culture of teamwork, transparency and performance excellence.   Justin Fyfe has made significant contributions to supporting better healthcare in the developing world by creating an open source software solution that makes it easier to track data such as child vaccination schedules. An internationally recognized leader in standards and interoperability, Fyfe is the founder and developer of OpenIZ, an open immunization platform that will be implemented in Tanzania in 2016 and will help up to 50 million people in the country. The platform can also support up to 80 other countries, with plans in place for implementation in Kenya and Philippines.   Bob Garrett, managing partner for KPMG, oversees the delivery of high-quality client service, drives cross-functional quality growth efforts, attracts and retains key resources, and represents KPMG in the New York marketplace and community. Garrett has been active with the Oswego Alumni Association, hosting an office visit as part of the annual NYC Career Connection event that brings together alumni and current students. KPMG comes to campus every fall to recruit Oswego students for professional positions and internships. Under Garrett’s leadership, KPMG has hosted interns from SUNY Oswego and is a true ambassador for SUNY Oswego students.   Ted Garrison is currently the Manager of Product Engineering at The Raymond Corporation in Greene, N.Y. Garrison began as a co-op at Raymond working in the Product Engineering department. Upon graduation, that successful co-op provided him the opportunity to return assuming the role of Product Engineer. Garrison now manages the Product Engineering department which is composed of a mix of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. He remains a strong proponent of Raymond’s co-op program where he can provide students with real world experience. Garrison encourages all students to take part in a co-op program to enhance their skills prior to graduation.