Office of Alumni Relations and University Development Welcomes Four
The Oswego Office of Alumni Relations and University Development added four new faces recently, including two alumnae.
LeAnne St. Gelais ’07 recently joined the staff as associate director of alumni and parent relations. She is responsible for the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) program, Senior Class program, the Athletic Hall of Fame event and oversees OsweGoConnect, the online community.
A native of Central New York, she earned a bachelor of science degree in psychology at Oswego and master’s degree in higher education from Syracuse University, where she also worked in the Office of Residence Life.
“I enjoy meeting fellow alumni and hearing about their favorite memories from their time at Oswego,” she said. In her spare time, LeAnne enjoys playing volleyball, traveling, reading and crafting.
Stephanie Lamb ’07 worked for a Washington, D.C., software engineering firm before returning to her alma mater in 2011. As records manager for the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, Stephanie oversees the updating and maintenance of a database of more than 76,000 alumni, parents and friends of SUNY Oswego.
She is also responsible for managing the alumni email account and components of Alumni and University Development programs such as Reunion Weekend reservations.
Stephanie’s favorite part of the job is working with her colleagues and fellow Oswego graduates. The Red Creek native enjoys spending time outdoors and with family in her spare time.
Senior Major Gifts Officer Randy Wilson comes to Oswego from the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vt. His experience includes stints as director of development at the Keewaydin Foundation in Salisbury, Vt., and the director of alumni affairs and annual giving at Vermont Law School.
At Oswego, he is responsible for visiting with alumni and friends around the country to help advance the college's mission.
"I especially enjoy the people at Oswego," said Randy, a graduate of Salem College in West Virginia and Alfred University, where he earned a master's in college student development. "Since April I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet many alumni, students, faculty and staff, and they are equally enjoyable to work with."
A native of Jamestown, N.Y., Randy likes to spend most of his spare time outdoors canoeing, kayaking, skiing, sailing, hiking, backpacking and horseback riding.
Fulton native Megan Andolina, a 2011 graduate of Le Moyne College, joins the Office of University Development staff as annual fund assistant.
In addition to coordinating mailings and emails for The Fund for Oswego, Megan will also work with the Graduates Of the Last Decade (GOLD) fundraising committee and Reunion class fundraising volunteers.
“I enjoy working in the college setting. There is a sense of community on campus and I am glad to be a part of it,” said Megan, who enjoys playing tennis and watching movies outside of work.
— Staff reports
Pictured from top are: LeAnne St. Gelais '07, Stephanie Lamb '07, Megan Andolina and Randy Wilson.
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