Video: Torchlight Ceremony speaker Yvonne Spicer ’84 M ’85


The Oswego Alumni Association welcomed Yvonne Spicer ’84, M ’85 as this year’s mistress of ceremonies at the Commencement Eve Dinner and Torchlight Ceremony May 11.

“You are deeply immersed in the digital native generation,” she told 700 students, faculty, staff and family gathered for Commencement Eve Dinner. “Many of the jobs you will have, have not been invented yet.”

Spicer is vice president of advocacy and educational partnerships for the National Center for Technological Literacy based at the Museum of Science, Boston.

2 thoughts on “Video: Torchlight Ceremony speaker Yvonne Spicer ’84 M ’85

  1. Hi Yvonne,
    You may not remember me – we both lived at the PiD house during a summer when we were both taking classes. I was the old married one with 3 kids. I remember you well as a smart fun-loving girl headed for success. At that time I believe the tech major was called Industrial Arts. And good for you – it was a man’s world then and you became very successful. So I just want to say that I was thrilled to see you in the Oswego magazine and CONGRATULATIONS on your successful career.
    Joanne

  2. Hello Joanne!!! Of course I remember you, and all the fun we had living in the Kingsford Mansion. It was such an honor to be the Torchlight Ceremony speaker, a full circle experience. I have been blessed in so many ways and I am full of gratitude!!

    I am thrilled that the world of technology/engineering education has expanded to include many more females. We do have a Omega Delta Phi facebook page where many more of the women you might remember are on there.

    Thank you again for your kind words,

    Yvonne

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