Dan Holzer   Paul Kayser   Christine Keville   Dr. Carolyn “Carrie” M. Klinge   Hannah Lewis   Lisa Lillien  
                         
  Class of 2009
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science, Electromechanical Engineering
  Class of 1993
Rochester Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
  Class of 2016
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Honorary
  Class of 1979
Keuka College
B.A., Biology
  Class of 2010; 2012
Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Social Science (Criminal Justice); Graduate Diploma of Criminal Intelligence 2012,
Justice Studies Workplace Learning
  Class of 1987
University at Albany, SUNY
Bachelor of Arts, Communications
 
                         
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić, President Wentworth Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
President Bill Destler Rochester Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić, President Wentworth Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Provost Paul Forestell
Keuka College
  NOMINATED BY
Andrew Vann, Vice-Chancellor and President
Charles Sturt University
  NOMINATED BY
Debra Gelinas, Assistant Vice Provost for Applied Learning
University at Albany, SUNY
 
                         
  Dan Holzer began a career in product development after receiving a degree in electro-mechanical engineering from Wentworth. At Ceradyne-Diaphorm, he worked as a project engineer to prototype ballistic helmets and composite products for the military. More recently, as a senior mechanical engineer for Ambri Inc, Holzer led a team through the design and fabrication of several high temperature energy storage systems. His current role is senior mechanical engineer with Shell TechWorks, a Cambridge-based innovation center that works on technology development in the global energy ecosystem.   Paul Kayser was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Pretium Packaging, a leading supplier of custom rigid plastic packaging solutions, in February 2016. Paul’s career includes 25 years of experience in the manufacturing and packaging industries. Since 2008, Paul served as Group President of Nypro Packaging, a business he founded within Nypro in 2005. In his role as Group President, Paul managed all aspects of the business and oversaw nine locations across the U.S., Mexico and Europe. Prior to joining Nypro, Paul spent several years at Manufacturers Services Limited, a global contract electronics manufacturer.   Christine Keville, FCMAA, is president and chief executive officer of Keville Enterprises, Inc, as well as founder and incorporator. She is accountable for the overall coordination, direction, and supervision of this construction management firm spanning nine offices across the country. Keville has been inducted into the National Academy of Construction (NAC), the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) College of Fellows, and the Moles. She is a trustee and corporator at Wentworth Institute of Technology and is chairman of the Civil & Environmental Engineering Industrial Advisory Board at Northeastern University.   A renowned biochemist and molecular biologist with a Ph.D. in pharmacology, Dr. Carolyn M. Klinge ’79 credits her Keuka College classes and Field Period® experiences with launching her career in cancer research. She examines how breast and lung cancers respond to certain hormones or drug therapies and impact patients. Klinge, a Keuka College Trustee, has hosted 12 KC undergraduates for Field Period® studies over 38 years of teaching and service in medical schools. She’s mentored an additional 2 M.S., 7 Ph.D., and 21 medical students, and 19 post-doctoral fellows as a professor at the University of Louisville School of Medicine.   Since graduation Hannah has worked as a Lecturer for CSU and is currently a civilian Intelligence Analyst for the NSW Police (Organised Crime Squad), providing investigative support, assessment and analysis to assist in reduction of organised and serious crime. She completed a Workplace Learning Placement with the NSW State Parole Authority during her degree, developing her critical thinking and analysis skills. Hannah exemplifies CSU’s strategic objective to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, habits and professional networks for a successful life and career.   She’s not a nutritionist...She’s just hungry! Lisa Lillien is the creator of Hungry Girl (hungry-girl.com), a groundbreaking lifestyle brand with nearly 3 million email subscribers and social media followers. Lisa is the author of eleven New York Times Best Sellers -- six of which debuted at number one. Her newest book, Hungry Girl Clean & Hungry, was released in 2016. Lisa contributes to People.com, Redbook magazine, and regularly appears on television shows like Good Morning America and The Dr. Oz Show. She has also starred in her own top-rated cooking show on Food Network and Cooking Channel.