Binghamton Alumni D.C. Metro Chapter

Chapter Leaders: Christina Ritter '99 and Rachel Siditsky '04
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Did you know that nearly 3,000 Binghamton University alumni live in the Washington, D.C. area? We invite you to connect with other Binghamton graduates through the D.C. Metro Chapter. With a diverse and interesting set of events and programs, the chapter will help you stay connected to Binghamton University. Chapter events will be listed on the Alumni Association's events calendar.

See a demographic profile of Binghamton University alumni in the D.C. Metro area. (PDF - Adobe Reader required


Christina Ritter graduated in 1999 with a B.S. in applied social science from the School of Education and Human Development. She lived in Dickinson Community for four years, and was involved in Dickinson Town Council. She was also a Resident Assistant and Orientation Advisor. After attaining her master's degree at Canisius College in Buffalo, she returned to Binghamton as a Resident Director in College-in-the-Woods and Hinman College for four years before relocating to Northern Virginia. She worked in the Housing and Residence Life office at George Mason University for five years, was an on-site assistant property manager for two years with AvalonBay Communities, and then Executive Assistant/Office Manager for the Lee District Supervisor in Fairfax County, Va. She is now Executive Assistant to the AVP - Center for Education Attainment and Innovation at the American Council on Education, the nation's most visible and influential higher education association.

Rachel Siditsky graduated in 2004 with a B.A. from Harpur College in history. She lived in Hinman College for two years, and was involved in Hinman College Council serving as president of Hughes Hall. Rachel was also a Resident Assistant in Susquehanna Community for two years, and served as an Orientation Advisor. Rachel was also very involved in the Athletic Training program serving as a student athletic trainer for two years. After attaining her master's degree at Florida State University in higher education administration, she relocated to Northern Virginia. She worked in the Housing and Residence Life at George Mason University for four years as both a Resident Director and Area Coordinator. Rachel spent a little over a year as a community consultant for AvalonBay Communities, Inc., and now works in their corporate office in Human Resources as the learning and development analyst.

 

BE ENGAGED AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE as an alumni volunteer in our region.

ADMISSIONS: You can play a significant role in attracting bright and talented young men and women to our community of scholars at Binghamton. We need alumni volunteers to represent our University in high schools at college fairs and conduct personal outreach via phone and e-mail to admitted students.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Through the Liberal Arts to Careers Externship, you can host students at your workplace, so they can gain insights into the realities of the working world.

D.C. METRO CHAPTER: This is a great opportunity to help create the rewarding experiences that you deserve!

Learn more about our many volunteer opportunities and get involved today!

 

 

 

Last Updated: 6/2/14