TIFFANY BRODERSON   DEANNA BYRNE   ROSE CONTI   ANNA-MARIE DE ZWAGER   KENNETH R. FULMER, PE   JAMES GONYA, EI  
                         
  Class of 1998 Johnson & Wales University B.S., Hospitality Management   Class of 1992 Drexel University B.S., Accounting LeBow College of Business   Class of 2012 Wentworth Institute of Technology . B.S., Construction Mgmt.   Class of 2000 University of Victoria B.S., with Distinction (Co-op) Kinesiology   Class of 1992 and 2000 Drexel University B.S., Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering MS, Engineering Management   Class of 2017 The University of Toledo B.S., Electrical Engineering Technology  
                         
  NOMINATED BY
Mim L. Runey, LP.D., Chancellor Johnson & Wales University
  NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić President Wentworth Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Andrea Giles, Acting Executive Director, Co-operative Education Program and Career Services University of Victoria
  NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. T. Michael Toole, PE Dean of the College of Engineering The University of Toledo
 
                         
  Tiffany Broderson is vice president, Starbucks US Distribution. She is responsible for all company owned and 3PL distribution for a variety of business units and oversees operations for 37 fulfillment centers within the US, and is responsible for deliveries to over 8000 stores daily. Additionally, she provides strategic leadership for the logistics network, drives operations efficiency, and is deploying a strategy for growth. Tiffany began her career at Starbucks in 1999 as a store manager. She has held a variety of operations leadership roles including director, licensed stores strategy & execution, where she led key strategic initiatives to integrate licensed stores into Starbucks infrastructure. Tiffany achieved both culinary arts and foodservice management degrees at Johnson & Wales University.   Ms. Byrne had just one co-op experience with the top accounting firm PwC, but it shaped her future. She has worked at PwC ever since, and today, she is Office Managing Partner in Philadelphia and is the first woman to ever hold that post. With 31 years at PwC, her experience includes diversified accounting, auditing, and financial reporting serving the healthcare, consumer product and industrial products industries. In addition, she has assisted clients with successful involvement in capital markets, including initial public offerings, mergers and acquisition transactions. In 2010, she was named a Woman of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal.   Rose Conti is the Director of Interiors/ Special Projects for Lee Kennedy Company. Rose is a Past President of Wentworth’s Alumni Association and served on the Women @ WIT programming committee. She currently serves as a Chair of the University Adviser Committee and is a member of the Long Range Planning Committee. She has also been active in the United Way, Patriot’s Trail Girl scouts, DARE and STAR programs, as well as NAWIC (President 2002-03), NEWIRE, IFMA, CoreNet and AGC. Rose is the recipient of the 2008 Wentworth Woman of the Year Award, 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, and 2017 Gold Leopard Award.   Anna-Marie completed her Kinesiology Co-op degree while competing as the starting goalkeeper on the University of Victoria’s Varsity Field Hockey team. A final co-op term in 1999 extended into a full-time position and she continued to build her clinical skills and confidence with clients following graduation. After stumbling into rowing in 2001, she surprised herself by discovering her competitive streak alive and well. She made Canada’s National Team in 2003 and the Olympic teams in 2004 and 2008. Since then she has directed her passion for physical activity and health into Amaze Active Health, her fitness and rehabilitation business in Victoria.   President and CEO of Urban Engineers, Mr. Fulmer manages all aspects of this multidisciplinary, planning, design, environmental, and construction support services consulting firm. His responsibilities include serving as the chairman of the board; directing the firm’s executive committee; aligning resources to support client needs and growth initiatives; overseeing the development and implementation of the firm’s strategic plan; and communicating vision. While working toward his bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering and architectural engineering, he began his career as a co-op with Urban. His co-op experience led to a 27-year career with the firm. A professional engineer in five states, Mr. Fulmer has been involved with iconic projects in the Philadelphia region and overseen his firm’s work on some of the country’s most notable engineering projects. In 2018, Mr. Fulmer became a trustee of his co-op alma mater, Drexel University.   James Gonya, EI is a Controls Engineer, and Discipline Lead at The JDI Group, Inc. James was named 2019 Toledo Young Engineer of the year, as well as the 2017 Ohio Society of Professional Engineers Outstanding Student of the year. During his co-op program he worked for Canberra Corporation in Toledo for a full year, then worked at Whirlpool Corporation-Clyde operations for the next two full years. James held many board positions on the OSPE and TSPE boards throughout the years, and started numerous student chapters of the Society of Professional Engineers at Engineering Colleges throughout Ohio.