Le Moyne College is fortunate to have an Alumni Association comprised of over 29,000 alumni who are appreciative of the time that they spent at Le Moyne and generous with their time, treasure, and talent. Each time that I visit the Heights, or talk to fellow alumni, that is readily apparent, and inspiring.
For the past seven years, I have had the pleasure of being a member of the Alumni Association Board. It is now my honor and privilege to begin my two-year term as President. I am truly excited to continue the good work of my predecessors, including Larry Egan ’71, who accomplished so much during his term.
The Alumni Association Board is comprised of approximately 55 members, and it oversees the operation of the Alumni Association. Meeting on campus twice each year, the Alumni Association Board advises on matters relating to the Office of Alumni & Parent Engagement, Le Moyne alumni, and the College at large. Its mission is dedicated to strengthening the bonds of loyalty and friendship among alumni and the College, cultivating and sustaining alumni interest in the College’s objectives, programs and activities, and providing for and encouraging support from alumni for the College at large.
The Alumni Association Board cannot accomplish that mission without the participation of the Le Moyne alumni family. To the extent you have not visited the College, checked out the website, or attended a local alumni event in your area, I encourage you to do so – you will not be disappointed. If you already have, thank you, and please continue to do so. Also, please spread the word to your fellow alumni, and be sure to let them know just how much things have changed at the College, all for the better.
If you have any ideas or suggestions as to ways in which the Alumni Association Board can better achieve its mission, or if you are interested in learning about becoming a member, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at email@example.com
. I look forward to hearing from you, or seeing you at an upcoming alumni event, as well as to serving as the President of your Alumni Association during the coming years.
John Cook '95, Alumni Association Board President