COLLEEN WOLFE              
  Class of 1990 Rochester Institute of Technology B.S., Electrical Engineering   Class of 1998 Memorial University of Newfoundland Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)   Class of 2008 Drexel University B.A., Communications, College of Arts and Sciences              
David Munson, President Rochester Institute of Technology
Pat Sullivan, Acting Director Engineering Co-op. Ed.Office Memorial University of Newfoundland
President John A. Fry Drexel University
  Clayton Turner is the Deputy Director at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, where NASA researches solutions to challenges ranging from global climate and access to space, to air travel, and future aviation vehicles. Mr. Turner began his career with NASA in 1990, serving as a design engineer with the Lidar In-Space Technology Experiment project, spearheading the development of the laser aligning, bore-sight limit system. Throughout his career, Mr. Turner has received many prestigious awards such as the Presidential Rank Award, the NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal, the NASA Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal, and the Paul F. Holloway Non- Aerospace Technology Transfer Award.   Upon graduation, Jennifer commenced work in the electric utility industry, filling roles within distribution, generation and regulation. She spent time in the aviation industry, but returned to the electricity industry, where she is now President of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, a crown corporation. She is very proud to call Hydro’s more than 850 employees her colleagues as they work together to deliver reliable service to customers in the province. Jennifer is a member of the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador, where she has been an active volunteer in many different capacities. She was awarded the Fellow of Engineers Canada in 2016. Jennifer believes cooperative education and an interest in giving back to the community through volunteerism, provide the best foundation for not only building your abilities, but for helping you find your best and most rewarding career.   As an on-air personality for NFL Media, Ms. Wolfe travels across the country to host Thursday Night Football from a different stadium each week. She also anchors Good Morning Football Weekend, a three-hour live morning show from NFL Films. Additionally, Ms. Wolfe hosts coverage surrounding the NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Draft, and Training Camps across the league. Before joining NFL Media in 2014, she worked for FOX 29 and Comcast SportsNet. She has been a production assistant, associate producer, booking producer, line and show producer, reporter, writer, analyst, photographer and editor. Co-op enabled her to break into broadcasting by working for Philadelphia Sports Radio 94 WIP, where she completed three co-ops for the morning show. She simultaneously completing co-ops at Comcast CN8 for an evening news and politics show and was hired as a full-time Associate Producer.