Meet your new Alumni Association board members
By Steve Seepersaud
The Binghamton University Alumni Association elected five actively engaged alumni volunteers to its board of directors. Their terms of service begin July 1.
William Groner '77, managing partner at the law firm Worby, Groner, Edelman LLP, graduated from Binghamton with a bachelor's degree in psychology. A member of the Westchester County Bar Association and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, he dedicated a significant portion of his career to successfully negotiating a settlement for 9/11 first responders. Groner has been an active alumni volunteer, assisting the University's Admissions Office and Career Development Center.
Peter Lattanzio '05 has a bachelor's degree in political science from Harpur College. He's an attorney at the law firm Kaye Scholer LLP, and a member of the American and New York bar associations. He is involved with the Alumni Association's new regional chapter in Metro New York.
Christina Ritter '99 earned a bachelor's degree in applied social science from the former School of Education and Human Development. She is an executive assistant for Supervisor Jeffrey McKay of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Ritter is co-leader of the Alumni Association's D.C. Metro Chapter. Since graduating from Binghamton, she has been an active career development volunteer and has served on the Alumni Outreach Committee.
Jane Rosales '09 has a bachelor's degree in political science, and is a disability paralegal for the New York Legal Assistance Group. As a Binghamton alumna, she has hosted current Harpur College students through the Liberal Arts to Careers Externship program and volunteered for admissions. In her spare time, she works in social media for Ms. JD, a national organization dedicated to women's advancement in the legal field.
Geraldine Toussaint '08 earned a bachelor's degree in English, rhetoric and global culture; she is manager of real estate leasing for Teach for America. In the University community, she is co-leader of the Alumni Association's Metro New York Chapter and has been an admissions and career development volunteer. Toussaint is a member of the American Society for Public Administration. She is an alumna of Upward Bound and continues to mentor high school students enrolled in the program.
See more information about the Alumni Association Board of Directors.