Hall of Fame

2019-2020 Co-op Hall of Fame

TIFFANY BRODERSON

TIFFANY BRODERSON

Class of 1998 Johnson & Wales University B.S., Hospitality Management

NOMINATED BY
Mim L. Runey, LP.D., Chancellor Johnson & Wales University

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.

DEANNA BYRNE

DEANNA BYRNE

Class of 1992 Drexel University B.S., Accounting LeBow College of Business

NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel 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

Rose Conti

Class of 2012 Wentworth Institute of Technology . B.S., Construction Mgmt.

NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić President Wentworth Institute of Technology

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 DE ZWAGER

ANNA-MARIE DE ZWAGER

Class of 2000 University of Victoria B.S., with Distinction (Co-op) Kinesiology

NOMINATED BY
Andrea Giles, Acting Executive Director, Co-operative Education Program and Career Services University of Victoria

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.

KENNETH R. FULMER, PE

KENNETH R. FULMER, PE

Class of 1992 and 2000 Drexel University B.S., Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering MS, Engineering Management

NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University

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

JAMES GONYA, EI

Class of 2017 The University of Toledo B.S., Electrical Engineering Technology

NOMINATED BY
Dr. T. Michael Toole, PE Dean of the College of Engineering The University of Toledo

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.

THAINA GONZALEZ

THAINA GONZALEZ

Class of 1992 State University of New York at Oswego B.A., Spanish

NOMINATED BY
Deborah F. Stanley, President State University of New York at Oswego

A member of the Oswego Alumni Association Board of Directors since 2016 — Ms. Gonzalez was a Spanish major and has been active as a founding volunteer for Return to Oz, a reunion for alumni of color. She has served as a NYC regional volunteer and an Alumni Admissions volunteer. Ms. Gonzalez is the Director of Executive Offices for Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO), an organization founded in 1963 as a mentoring program to help underserved students gain admission to competitive colleges and universities. In this role, she works with “recruited executives at top firms in law, finance, advertising and industry to work one-on-one with Scholars to help get them into colleges such as Harvard, Dartmouth, Williams, Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Columbia and Brown as well as SUNY and CUNY schools.” Thaina Gonzalez resides in Bronx, N.Y.

DAVID GREENBERG

DAVID GREENBERG

Class of 2017 The University at Albany B.S., Computer Engineering

NOMINATED BY
James Moulic, Associate Dean Debra Gelinas, Assistant Vice Provost The University at Albany

My computer engineering education from UAlbany and summer internship contributed immensely to my success at IBM. Besides learning general work ethic skills while going through the degree program, the hands-on lab and design projects in my computer engineering classes prepared me for all of the debugging, team communications, and problem solving skills that I have needed to succeed at IBM. In recognition of this, I was recently promoted to the level of Staff Engineer after less than two years on the job, and am currently working on a team that verifies the logic design for the most powerful IBM mainframe chip ever built. UAlbany gave me the tools to succeed, and from there it was about applying it to the real world problems at IBM.

AMBER HALL

AMBER HALL

Class of 2013 The University of Toledo B.S., Bioengineering

NOMINATED BY
Dr. T. Michael Toole, PE Dean of the College of Engineering The University of Toledo

Amber leads strategic foresight competency at Wolverine Worldwide. Her career began at Ford Motor Company as a product development engineer, delivering seating comfort for the Lincoln Continental, which won several awards, including the JD Power Comfort of the Year award. She has earned ten patents. Amber was awarded Notable Woman in Manufacturing for Crain’s Detroit Business in 2018. She is serving a two-year term on the Millennial Advisory Committee with the State of Michigan Women’s Commission. She is also on the visiting advisory board for the College of Engineering at The University of Toledo.

HO CHI SHING DAVID

HO CHI SHING DAVID

Class of 2002 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University DBA, Business Administration

NOMINATED BY
Professor Esmond Mok, Dean of Students The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

With over three decades of solid experience in ferry operations, Ir Dr David Ho has been the Group General Manager of Hong Kong Ferry (Holdings) Company Limited since 1996. Through various leadership positions, he has made significant contributions to the transport and logistics industry. He is currently the Chairman of Transport and Logistics Training Board of the Vocational Training Council (VTC), a member of the Education Bureau’s Logistics Industry Training Advisory Committee, a director of The Shipowners’ Mutual Protection & Indemnity Association (Luxembourg). He received VTC Honorary Fellow Award 2007 and Outstanding PolyU Alumni Award 2015.

JAMES HOGUE

JAMES HOGUE

Class of 1999 Merrimack College B.S., Accounting and Finance

NOMINATED BY
President Christopher E. Hopey Merrimack College

James Hogue is a Partner with Deloitte in Boston, Massachusetts. His practice is primarily focused on serving private equity firms and their portfolio companies by managing the tax compliance process inclusive of investor reporting and assisting with all areas of tax planning, including consulting on federal and state tax strategies related to acquisition and disposition transactions, liquidations and redemptions of partnerships and their partners, modeling and analyzing complex allocation provisions and considering the diverse needs of the investor base. James is a member of the Merrimack College Leadership Council, Chair of the Finance Council of St. Joseph’s Parish (Kingston, MA) and Chancellor of Knights of Columbus Council 4490.

T. ANDREW HORN

T. ANDREW HORN

Class of 2003 The University of Toledo Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

NOMINATED BY
Dr. T. Michael Toole, PE Dean of the College of Engineering The University of Toledo

Andy Horn is a proud 2003 graduate of the University of Toledo College of Engineering with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree. Andy is currently an Engineering Manager for Motion Controls Robotics Inc (MCRI) in Fremont, Ohio. MCRI utilizes continuous rotation of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Co-ops, with more than five (5) former Co-op participants working as full-time Engineers. Andy successfully implemented Co-op hiring programs in two (2) separate companies.

SHARON JOZOKOS

SHARON JOZOKOS

Class of 1993 Wentworth Institute of Technology B.S., Construction Mgmt

NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić President Wentworth Institute of Technology

Sharon Jozokos, LEED AP, is a chair of the Wentworth Advisory Strategic Issues Committee and has been a member of the Industry Advisory Board for the past 20 years. She is the Director of Healthcare Services at Columbia Construction Company. Sharon has more than 25 years of experience in the construction industry and is responsible for the oversight and expansion of Columbia’s Healthcare Division. She credits her co-op experiences with leading to her first position at W.A. Berry & Son, where she worked for more than 17 years. She earned her MBA at Boston College in 2001 and was named Wentworth’s Woman of Year in 2013.

SATISH KANWAR

SATISH KANWAR

Class of 2008 University of Toronto Scarborough Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

NOMINATED BY
Christine Arsenault and Susan Soikie, Directors of Co-op Programs University of Toronto Scarborough

Satish Kanwar is a GM & VP of Product at Shopify, where he oversees ecommerce, retail, and shopping experiences for 800,000+ merchants globally. Satish led Shopify’s strategic shift to multi-channel commerce, and formed partnerships with Facebook, Google, Amazon, and others. Satish previously co-founded user experience studio Jet Cooper, which was acquired by Shopify in order to further develop its product and design teams. Satish is an angel investor, advisor to the City of Toronto, and previous organizer of TEDxToronto. In 2016, he was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30. Satish graduated from the University of Toronto and is an Arbor Award recipient.

TIMOTHY A. KENT

TIMOTHY A. KENT

Class of 1971 Oregon Institute of Technology Bachelor of Technology, Land Surveying

NOMINATED BY
Dr. Nagi Naganathan, President Oregon Institute of Technology

Tim is a graduate of the initial surveying cooperative education program between OIT and the Bureau of Land Management. The program offered permanent employment upon graduation. Tim’s career has been with the BLM and the Forest Service in Oregon, Alaska and Colorado. In 2005 he was selected to teach at Oregon Tech in the surveying program, both in Klamath Falls and at Wilsonville. He currently is the Surveying & Geomatics program coordinator at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. He has been honored with selection as the surveyor of the year in Washington and Oregon.

SOWADEE KHAMPUENG

SOWADEE KHAMPUENG

Class of 1999 Suranaree University of Technology B.S., Occupational Health and Safety

NOMINATED BY
Assoc. Prof. Dr.Weerapong Pairsuwan, Rector Suranaree University of Technology

Miss. Sowadee Khampueng is a Safety officer, at Haier Electric (Thailand) public Company Limited , bringing more than twelve years of extensive experience in Occupational health and safety. During her studies at Suranaree University of Technology, she joined the first co-op at Sanguan Wongse Industries Co., Ltd., Nakhon ratchasima in 2003, where it was allowed to manage the occupational health and safety. During her work at Thai Beverage Can Ltd., she was awarded the National Outstanding Safety Officer Award in the year 2011, the Outstanding Enterprise Safety Award for 10 years consecutively and Safety Culture Establishment Project Award from the Ministry of Labor Protection and Welfare. These awards and her hard work gave her an opportunity to work in National Occupational Health and Safety Network. In 2012, she was invited by the Area Safety Center 5, Ayutthaya, to be the trainer for the BBS (Behavior Base Safety) course for safety officers in many provinces of Thailand such as Saraburi, Ayutthaya and Pathumthani. In addition, she help cooperates with other occupational health and safety organizers together with the Ministry of Labor and Welfare of Thailand.

CORINA LAM

CORINA LAM

Class of 2010 Drexel University B.S., Business Administration LeBow College of Business

NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University

Ms. Lam, the Head of HR Advisory Partnerships at SAP SuccessFactors, credits her co-op experience for truly turning her studies into reality. She completed co-ops at Johnson & Johnson in Marketing and AXIS Healthcare Communications in Human Resources. Co-op provided a head start on understanding what it was like to start a real first job. She learned the value of hard work and ethics that helped propel her career. Ms. Lam worked directly for the CEO of SAP, helping to execute the strategy and vision for 85,000 employees, became the Chief of Staff of SAP’s Global Partner Operations with responsibility for over 13,500 companies within the company’s ecosystem, traveled the world, worked with board members to make decisions, and managed demanding projects and intense situations.

MICHAEL LEVINE

MICHAEL LEVINE

Class of 2012 Johnson & Wales University B.S. Food Service Entrepreneurship

NOMINATED BY
Mim L. Runey, LP.D., Chancellor Johnson & Wales University

Michael is a dynamic and innovative entrepreneur, who is especially passionate about working with children and the millennial generation on a vision to drive healthy and sustainable change in the food industry and is currently holding over 20 different food safety certifications. After completing his formal education, Michael went on to found several multimillion-dollar companies, including Global Food Solutions, which develops brands and products for the Food Service and School Food Service industry; LineCor Distribution Solutions, which provides scalable third-party logistics and distribution services; and most recently, the LVYN Angel Fund, which focuses on investments in social impact business models. His companies – which collectively realize over eight figures per year in sales – follow a selffunded approach, with each free of investment dollars, bank funds, or debt. In 2017, Michael was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the Food and Drink category.

EDWIN MABELANE

EDWIN MABELANE

Class of 2015 Vaal University of Technology Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education

NOMINATED BY
Annie Moletsane, Director: Co-operative Education Vaal University of Technology

Edwin is the Industrial Liaison Practitioner at Vaal University of Technology. The mandate is to provide and serve as the link between University students and Industry for WIL & Internship for students. Previously he was a volunteer at National Youth Development Agency responsible for outreach programmes. Currently he is a Practitioner for the Employability Improvement Project at VUT, partnering with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Edwin graduated from VUT majoring in Public Relations Management and obtained both N.Dip and B-Tech Degree as well as PGDHE(Honours: Education) from the University. He further obtained a certificate in Project management Principles & Techniques (North West University).

MARK MCADOO

MARK MCADOO

Class of 1987 Drexel University B.S., Marketing, LeBow College of Business

NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University

Mr. McAdoo is the Founder and CEO of SourcEdge Solutions, a healthcare technology services company and Executive Partner at Health Enterprise Partners, LP, a healthcare private equity firm. Mr. McAdoo is a serial entrepreneur, having started and sold five different companies. His co-op positions were incredibly impactful experiences that set him on a path for his career in technology. His first coop in accounting helped him quickly decide not to pursue that field as a profession. After changing his major to marketing, he landed his second and third coops at IBM. Ultimately, IBM hired him full-time where he advanced to Director of Business Development, reporting to the President of IBM’s Healthcare Division. He credits co-op for enabling him to find his passion and direction.

ANGIE MCALLISTER, Ph.D.

ANGIE MCALLISTER, Ph.D.

Class of 1990 Miami Dade College Associate in Arts, Elementary Education

NOMINATED BY
Dr. Eduardo Padrón, President Miami Dade College

Dr. Angie McAllister is an education professional with over 30 years of experience. She has served as a teacher, principal and educational researcher. She is currently Senior Vice President of Research at ACT. Dr. McAllister has published widely, writing on diverse educational topics, from how artificial intelligence is affecting education to conflict resolution on campus. She has teaching and educational leadership certifications in Georgia and Florida. Dr. McAllister holds a number of patents—primarily for technological tools that enhance the digital learning experiences for students—and she is a frequent presenter of her work at regional, national and international conferences.

DATO’ MUZAMMIL MOHAMAD

DATO’ MUZAMMIL MOHAMAD

Class of 1991 Universiti Utara Malaysia Bachelor of Accountancy

NOMINATED BY
Prof. Dr. Ahmad Bashawir Haji Abdul Ghani, Vice Chancellor Universiti Utara Malaysia

Country Manager Malaysia & Brunei Qatar Airways – Forward thinking, result focused management professional offering more than 20 years of experience in senior level leadership. Lead trainer and facilitator for Sales Techniques of Airlines Basics for Sales People (ABAS), a course introduced in house by Malaysia Airlines since October 2014. Previous professional experience include a 9 year tenure at Malaysia Airlines Berhad, reaching the position of Head of Corporate Business, where he was responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of revenue and marketingdriven activities for Corporate Business Malaysia and Globally which includes MICE business, Government of Malaysia and Online Travel Agents, by building and maintaining relationships with industry influencers and key strategic partners such as Tourism Boards (local and international, both state and national NTOs), Government ministries & agencies in generating incremental revenue and new business opportunities.

JOE NATALE

JOE NATALE

Class of 1987 University of Waterloo Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc), Electrical Engineering

NOMINATED BY
Feridun Hamdullahpur President and Vice-Chancellor University of Waterloo

Joe Natale (BASc ’87, Electrical Engineering) joined Rogers as President and Chief Executive Officer in April 2017. Prior to joining Rogers, he held a number of senior executive positions at TELUS including President and CEO. Prior to 2003, Joe held successive senior leadership roles within KPMG Consulting, which he joined after it acquired the company he co-founded, PNO Management Consultants Inc., in 1997. He currently sits on the Board of The Hospital for Sick Children and Soulpepper Theatre. He is a past recipient of Canada’s Top 40 under 40 Award.

BRENDA NYCE-TAYLOR IIDA, LEED AP ID+C

BRENDA NYCE-TAYLOR IIDA, LEED AP ID+C

Class of 1981 Drexel University B.S., Interior Design, Westphal College of Media Arts and Design

NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University

Ms. Nyce-Taylor is Principal and Co- Managing Director of the Morristown, NJ office of Gensler, the world’s largest architecture firm. Due to her two co-ops with design firms, she had a full resume which produced several job offers upon graduation. During co-op with The Hillier Group, Ms. Nyce- Taylor helped design classrooms for a local University and then she successfully presented the design to the client. Her student perspective made all the difference. After a few years, she returned to The Hillier Group where she worked for 22 years until assuming a leadership role with Gensler in 2009. Her co-op taught her important lessons including the confidence building impact of developing strong presentation skills balanced with effective listening skills, working hard, and asking for ongoing challenges.

GABRIELLE PIRAINO

GABRIELLE PIRAINO

Class of 2018 Clarkson University Engineering & Management

NOMINATED BY
Anthony G. Collins, President Clarkson University

I had two amazing internship opportunities with The Estee Lauder Companies at their R&D site in Melville, NY. Throughout my time at ELC I learned about the companies’ family roots which have clearly made an impact on the company culture and every employee’s commitment to driving product superiority with high-touch consumer experiences. The unique skills I developed seamlessly translated back into the classroom as well as my full-time role that I began with ELC in July 2018 after graduation.

MANFRED PUMSLEITNER

MANFRED PUMSLEITNER

Class of 2011 University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM Dipl.-Ing., Engineering

NOMINATED BY
Dr. Georg Wagner Head of Engineering and Production Management University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM

Manfred’s 20-year career at BMW started through a series of co-ops during his engineering studies. Since his graduation in 2011, he has led and accompanied more than 300 improvement projects, as well as multiple creative team workshops and scientific research projects. Further highlights of his career have been the development of an innovative knowledge management system and the value-adding production system at the BMW Group Plant Steyr, Austria. In 2017 he won the gold medal at the BMW Internal Lean Management Competition. At present Manfred is a Lean Manager at BMW and the president of his alma mater’s alumni club.

DR. KRISTOPHER RALLAH-BAKER

DR. KRISTOPHER RALLAH-BAKER

Class of 2002 The University of Newcastle (Australia) Bachelor of Medicine

NOMINATED BY
Professor Liz Burd, PVC (Learning and Teaching) The University of Newcastle (Australia)

Dr. Kristopher (Kris) Rallah-Baker FRANZCO, a Yuggera/Biri-Gubba- Juru man, is Australia’s first Indigenous Ophthalmologist. He works closely with Indigenous communities by providing quality eye health care that they may not otherwise received. Kris is a founding member and currently the President of the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association.

GORDON SAMUELS

GORDON SAMUELS

Class of 1987 University of Cincinnati B.S., Electrical Engineering

NOMINATED BY
Kristi A. Nelson, PhD, Provost University of Cincinnati

Mr. Samuels has more than 30 years’ experience in board level analog, RF, digital, and mixed-signal circuit design. From 1984 to 1986, he was an engineering trainee with the 4950th Test Wing, U.S. Air Force. After a variety of electrical engineering roles at Texas Instruments, Mr. Samuels joined L3 Technologies Space and Sensors, where he led the electrical engineering effort to develop infrared sensors for the F-35 Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS) and Electro- Optical Distributed Aperture System (EO DAS), the only 360-degree, spherical situational awareness system in the world.

KYLE SAYERS

KYLE SAYERS

Class of 1999 Rochester Institute of Technology B.S., Civil Engineering Technology

NOMINATED BY
David Munson, President Rochester Institute of Technology

With more than two decades of industry experience, Kyle Sayers oversees the management of projects and client relationships, and providing direction and leadership to the team at LeChase Construction. Since joining LeChase in 1997, he has worked on a wide range of projects and markets in various capacities including director of preconstruction and director of field operations. In 2009, Kyle was promoted to vice president, in 2012 was named executive vice president, and in 2018 was named COO. He is a graduate of the Green Building Contractor’s Future Construction Leaders of NYS Program and Rochester Institute of Technology’s Construction Management Advisory Board.

MARIA SIT

MARIA SIT

Class of 1995 Simon Fraser University Bachelor of Business Administration, Business Administration and Communications

NOMINATED BY
Muriel Klemetski, Director, Work Integrated Learning Simon Fraser University

Maria Sit was the first SFU Business Co-op student placed abroad at HSBC (Hong Kong) in 1993. Currently, Maria is the Chief Client Experience & Digital Officer at Sun Life Hong Kong Limited with over 20 years of corporate and consulting experience in digital transformation and marketing management. Prior experiences include: Regional Managing Director – Asia Pacific with HeathWallace (Hong Kong), where she founded the user design business for Asia Pacific; and AXA Investment Managers (London, Paris, Hong Kong), as their Head of Change Management for Global Marketing & eBusiness, developing the asset manager’s global online strategy and marketing capabilities. Throughout, Maria has been a strong advocate for the recruiting of Coop students.

CLAYTON TURNER

CLAYTON TURNER

Class of 1990 Rochester Institute of Technology B.S., Electrical Engineering

NOMINATED BY
David Munson, President Rochester Institute of Technology

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.

JENNIFER WILLIAMS FEC, P.ENG.

JENNIFER WILLIAMS FEC, P.ENG.

Class of 1998 Memorial University of Newfoundland Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

NOMINATED BY
Pat Sullivan, Acting Director Engineering Co-op. Ed.Office Memorial University of Newfoundland

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.

COLLEEN WOLFE

COLLEEN WOLFE

Class of 2008 Drexel University B.A., Communications, College of Arts and Sciences

NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University

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.

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