New members elected to Binghamton University alumni board
BINGHAMTON, NY -- The Binghamton University Alumni Association will have three new members serving two-year terms on its Board of Directors as of July 1. Joining the all-volunteer board, which sets policy for the more than 100,000-member Alumni Association, will be Gerald Mollen, John Dryer and Lori Ben-Ezra.
Gerald Mollen, (Bachelor of Arts, economics, 1974), is District Attorney for Broome County. As an alumnus, he has been a member of Harpur Forum, evaluated the University’s proposal to establish a law school, and hires current students to serve as interns in his office. As a student, he was a member of the varsity basketball team.
John Dreyer, (Master of Science, computer systems, 1976), is a program manager at Quantech Services, Inc., currently supporting a U.S. Air Force contract. Dreyer attends alumni events near his home in the Boston area.
Lori Ben-Ezra, (Bachelor of Arts, biology and psychology, 1987), is a licensed psychologist who works as human resources manager for Ben-Ezra and Katz law firm. She attends alumni events near her home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and represents the University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions at college fairs in that region.
For more information on the Alumni Association Board of Directors, visit binghamton.edu/alumni.