From the Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Since its beginnings serving medical school graduates in 1875, the University at Buffalo Alumni Association has continuously reinvented itself with the times. One thing that has remained a constant, however, is service to alumni. Our work is singularly geared toward satisfying the needs of our graduates, providing them with a welcoming front door back into their alma mater no matter what they need.
points of pride (2010)
The UBAA has been gaining momentum over the past several years, and we believe our successes are worth sharing. The university and the alumni association are at a pivotal point in our history, and we are determined to continue the upward trajectory so that we can expand even further the myriad services, benefits and programs our alumni want. Please read on to learn more about the UB Alumni Association’s 2010 Points of Pride. On behalf of the UBAA leadership and board of directors, thank you for your support. Sincerely,
Jay R. Friedman, EdM ’00 & BA ’86 Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations
The University at Buffalo
has continuously reinvented itself with the times.
About the UB Alumni Association The UB Alumni Association provides support for and services to alumni. We create and promote lifelong bonds with our graduates, and work to inspire them to care about the past, present and future of the university. Together with our alumni, we will help UB take its place among America’s great public universities.
Douglas Levere, BA ’89
We are a dues-paying organization but our services are available to any graduate of UB; we have a robust chapter program in cities throughout the U.S. and abroad; we plan and execute an average of 100 events annually for alumni and friends; our student alumni association offers events, programs and leadership opportunities to current students; we bring alumni together in service with a variety of volunteer opportunities on-campus and off; and we keep alumni, friends and the university community apprised of vital information through a number of print and electronic communication methods.
“UB take its place
Together with our alumni, we will help among America’s great public universities.
UB Alumni Worldwide
NATIONAL INTERNATIONAL UB’s alumni “ UB IN YOUR BACKYARD greatest of its
WA (1,423) OR (773)
MT (130) ID (119)
CA (8,745) AZ (1,856) AK (131)
PA (4,738) WV VA (184) (4,319) NC (3,670)
AR (120) MS (101)
are one assets.
NH (691) VT (476) MA (3,766) RI (414) CT (2,383) NJ (5,852) DE (361) MD (3,719) DC (524)
SC (1,085) GA (2,486)
LA (317) FL (7,982)
Chapter Cities United States Albany, NY Atlanta, GA Baltimore, MD Boston, MA Charlotte, NC Chicago, IL Cleveland, OH Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Denver, CO
Detroit, MI Houston, TX New York City Orlando, FL Philadelphia/ Delaware Valley Phoenix, AZ Raleigh/Durham, NC Rochester, NY
International Alumni Population (Top 10) San Diego, CA San Francisco Bay Area Seattle, WA Tampa Bay, FL Washington, DC UB Employee Chapter (Buffalo)
Canada†...................................1,211 Taiwan†.......................................572 Korea†. ........................................565 China†. ........................................547 India............................................536
Singapore†. .................................494 Japan†. ........................................405 Malaysia†....................................323 Germany......................................139 Hong Kong†.................................127
International chapter country The UBAA also has international chapters in Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand and Turkey.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE NETWORK MEET TRUE BLUE SUPPORT LEARN REMINISCE
membership equates to increased services…this synchronicity Increased
Events held: 76
is beginning to take shape, and it bodes very
In WNY: 30 • Outside WNY: 46
well for the future.
2010 alumni event attendance: 9,614 Wolf Blitzer, BA ’70
Event Types VIP: 4
Signature Event: 4
Membership increases to more than 12,000 when all professional school members are included
The asterisk signifies membership in the UB Alumni Association
Student Alumni Association
CONNECT INVOLVE STUDENTS TODAY CONTACT ENGAGE ALUMNI FOREVER
4,839 alumni members
Whether e-mail, web, print, social media, video or photos: from followers to friends to favorites, the UBAA keeps alumni connected in words and pictures.
4,800+ channel views
@UB monthly e-newsletter hits: 177,000+
Alumni website visits: 155,000+ Alumni e-mail addresses: 103,000
E-mails sent: 652
The UB Student Alumni Association is one of the largest student organizations on campus with nearly 10,000 members. Through its programs and events, UBSAA not only promotes UB pride, spirit and tradition, but also fosters a lifelong connection to the university.
Through pride, spirit and tradition, the
sets the stage for our future alumni.
Who we Are
All individuals listed are UB Alumni Association Members
UBAA 2010 Officers and Directors
President Lawrence J. Zielinski, MBA ’77 & BA ’75 (Elma, NY) Immediate Past President Marc A. Adler, MA ’83, MBA ’82 & BA ’79 (Williamsville, NY) First Vice President & Chair, Development Committee Timothy P. Lafferty, BS ’86 (East Aurora, NY) Second Vice President & Communication/Marketing Committee Chair, Carol A. Gloff, BS ’75 (Natick, MA) Vice President for Finance; Chair, Financial Resource Management Committee Nicholas J. Fabozzi, BS ’87 (Williamsville, NY)
Terri A. Dunbar, MBA ’83 & BS ’80 (Clarence, NY) Willie R. Evans, EdB ’60, Past President’s Representative (Buffalo, NY) Nicholas J. Gill, MS ’08 & BS ’02 (Lancaster, NY) Peter J. Grogan, BS ’81 (East Aurora, NY) Wayne M. Nelligan, Attended (Cheektowaga, NY) Thomas A. Palmer, JD ’75 & MBA ’71 (East Amherst, NY) Charles A. Smilinich, PMCert ’07, EdM ’03 & BA ’01 (Tonawanda, NY) Alison Wagner, JD ’00 (Brooklyn, NY)
Committees: Audit Committee Chair, Kenneth M. Jones, MA ’84 (Perry Hall, MD) Chapters Committee Chair & Chapter Leader Representative: Kathleen Kaney, MBA ’96 & BA ’94 (Charlotte, NC) Co-Chair, James M. Militello, BA ’79 (Gainesville, VA) Government Relations Committee Chair, Clifton M. Bergfeld, JD ’08 & BA ’01 (Buffalo, NY) Membership Committee Chair, Dennis R. Horrigan, MS ’81 & MS ’70 (Buffalo, NY) Programs and Events Committee Chair, Paul R. Hammer, BA ’78 (Williamsville, NY) Student Relations Committee Chair, Marc A. Adler, MA ’83, MBA ’82 & BA ’79 (Williamsville, NY) Co-Chair, Michael A. Anderson, BS ’97 (Hamburg, NY) Volunteer Relations Committee Chair, Mary Garlick Roll, MS ’88 & BS ’84 (Williamsville, NY)
Contact Us Phone: 716-645-3312 or 1-800-284-5382 Fax: 716-645-3838 Website: alumni.buffalo.edu e-Mail: email@example.com
Special Advisor Mark W. Nusbaum, MArch ’85 & BPS ’83 (New York, NY)
Alumni Relations Staff Nancy M. Battaglia, MBA ’96 & BS ’89 Associate Director, Special Projects Daniel S. Brewster, BA ’07 Program Coordinator Barbara A. Byers, APR Associate Director, Communications Gina Cali-Misterkiewicz, MA ’05 Communications Coordinator Pamela M. Connor Resource Manager Jay R. Friedman, EdM ’00 & BA ’86 Associate Vice President, Alumni Relations Paula Z. Gaygen Executive Assistant
Write to us or visit us on the North (Amherst) Campus: Office of Alumni Relations University at Buffalo 103 Center for Tomorrow Buffalo, NY 14260
Michael L. Jankowski Associate Director, Alumni Programs Erin M. Lawless Associate Director, Affiliate Programs Kristen M. Murphy, BA ’96 Assistant Director, Membership Patricia A. Starr Assistant Director, Volunteer & Student Programs Andrew J. Wilcox Associate Director, Strategic Partnerships Joy A. Wrona Manager, Member Services
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