Phyllis Moore Holloway   Atcharaporn Muangkrung   Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, PhD, PE   Candace Naste   Tracey Riley FCPA, CA   Mike Starr  
                         
  Class of 1976, Class of 2001 SUNY Oswego Bachelor of Science (and Certificate of Advanced Study), Elementary Education   Class of 2001 Suranaree University of Technology BS (Occupational Health and Safety)   Class of 2005 (BSEE), 2008 (MSEE), 2017 (PhD) The University of Toledo PhD, Electrical Engineering / Power Electronics and Energy Systems   Class of 2007; 2010 Wentworth Institute of Technology Bachelor of Science, Architecture; Master of Architecture   Class of 1988 University of Waterloo Bachelor of Arts, Chartered Accountancy   Class of 1989 Oregon Institute of Technology Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering Technology  
                         
  NOMINATED BY
Deborah F. Stanley, J.D. President SUNY Oswego
  NOMINATED BY
Assoc. Prof. Dr.Weerapong Pairsuwan Rector Suranaree University of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. T. Michael Toole, PE Dean of the College of Engineering The University of Toledo
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić President Wentworth Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Feridun Hamdullahpur President & Vice-Chancellor University of Waterloo
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Nagi Naganathan President Oregon Institute of Technology
 
                         
  After serving as a teacher and administrator in the Syracuse City School District for nearly 35 years, Phyllis Moore Holloway hopes the thousands of students she interacted with learned some life lessons, along with the course material. “Education is about empowering one’s self and obtaining the tools and knowledge to persevere,” Holloway said. “Throughout my whole school career, I struggled academically, but it didn’t mean I didn’t like to learn. I just had to read my textbooks ahead of time and very carefully plan my study periods. I stayed the course and persevered.” In addition, in 2016, the NAACP recognized Holloway’s commitment to underserved, community-centric volunteerism, with its Unsung Hero Award. Although retired from her formal role as as educator, Holloway continues to serve the youth in the area as the volunteer Interim Director of the Dunbar Center on the south side of Syracuse.   Ms. Atcharaporn Muangkrung is a Senior Safety at Mektec Precision Component (Thailand) Ltd. This company produces the precision hard disk drive parts and precision electronic devices. In 2011, she was proud to be recognized for an award “Excellent Safety Officer Award National Level”. Her great contributions are the company’s awards of 9 consecutive years of “Excellent Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Management Award National Level” and 5 consecutive years of “Zero Accident Awards”. During her studies at Suranaree University of Technology, she did her co-op at American Standard Sanitaryware (Thailand) Co., Ltd. in 2004. She continuously supports many co-op students to work in her organization.   Dr. Sandrine Mubenga is Assistant Professor at the Engineering Technology Department at the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA where she received the Bachelor’s (2005), Master’s (2008) and Doctorate (2017) degrees in Electrical Engineering. She is a registered Professional Engineer (Ohio). Since 2011, she is the founder and CEO of SMIN Power Group, a solar developer. Since 2017, she is a Member of the Board of Directors at the Société Nationale d’ Eléctricité in the DRC. She received the 2010 IEEE Toledo Young Engineer of the Year Award. Her research areas include battery management systems, electric vehicles, and renewable energy systems.   Candace Naste is the president of the Wentworth Alumni Association and a member of Wentworth’s Board of Trustees. As a student at Wentworth, she became the first female to be voted president of the student body. An associate at Architectural Resources Cambridge, Candace has contributed her expertise to a wide variety of projects, including master planning for schools such as Tufts University and Roxbury Latin School, and facilities ranging from rowing boathouses to research laboratories for Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, and Bristol-Meyers Squibb. For the past six years, she has been the head of her firm’s award-winning “Canstruction” team, a unique design competition and public art exhibition.   Tracey Riley, FCPA, CA (BA ’88) | National Managing Partner, Assurance, PwC Canada Tracey Riley is Managing Partner of Assurance for PwC in Canada, as well as the leader for PwC’s Assurance business for the Asia-Pacific Americas (APA) Cluster. Prior to her current role, Tracey was Managing Partner of the Consulting and Deals practice. Based in Toronto, Tracey has more than 30 years of experience advising clients across all sectors in Canada, the US and the UK. Tracey is active in her community and is past chair of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Foundation (CAMHF) finance committee and now sits on the Ontario Chapter Executive of the Institute of Corporate Directors.   Mike began his career with Boeing in July 1989 and is currently Vice President, Actuation Vertical, for The Boeing Company. Mike manages Boeing’s Portland site which employs approximately 1,800 people and serves as the manufacturing area of excellence for complex machining, gear systems, and pilot controls. Prior to his current position Mike managed Boeing Portland, Boeing Helena and Boeing Sheffield (UK). He is a graduate of the Oregon Institute of Technology with a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Mike also has an MBA and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.