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Cassandra Madsen G’18 is a senior account executive at Powell Communications in New York, New York.

Tay (Artavius) Fisher G’16, former Harlem Globetrotter, held a basketball camp for youth at Saint Rose in August.

Dominykas Milka ’14, G’14 has become a finance associate at Courtyard by Marriott in the New York City metropolitan area. He will soon begin his eighth year playing in professional basketball, currently with Keflavík Karfa, the men’s premier league team of Keflavík, Iceland.

Abby Ingraham ’10 has become regional vice president at Map Your Show in Albany, New York.


Gail Krieger G’07 was named director of the Office of Disability Services at Berkeley College (New York and New Jersey). She was previously director of pupil personnel services with the Irvington Union Free School District in Irvington, New York.

Kwame Morton G’02 has become assistant superintendent for pre-K-12 and curriculum and instruction at Cherry Hill Public Schools in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He was previously principal of Cherry Hill High School West and Joyce Kilmer Elementary School, both in Cherry Hill.

Brendan Lawler ’01 reports: “I was appointed to the Dutchess County Legislature in January to fill the remainder of an unexpired term to represent the residents of District 4 in the historic Town of Hyde Park. I am now running for a full term and will be on the ballot in November.”


Melissa (Jennings) Mewhorter ’92 has been named vice president of finance and controller at Ballston Spa National Bank in Ballston Spa, New York. Mewhorter, who will manage all aspects of finance, including financial reporting, purchasing, accounts payable, investment accounting, tax reporting, shareholder relations, and general accounting, has been with the bank for more than 15 years, where she began as a staff accountant. According to the bank, she has led the community support team for the past four years, in which capacity she planned, organized, and directed 15 drive-thru food pantries with the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York during the COVID pandemic.


Cathryn “Cathy” Arcomano ’46 and her artwork have debuted on a new website designed and built by her loving husband, Nicholas Arcomano. The site features her art, a book of her correspondence during her study-abroad year in Mexico with four other Saint Rose students, and other information about her life and work.

In memoriam

Christine “Chris” M. Kozlowski ’74
Shiela A. (Tighe) Liegel ’61
Sally O’Neill Dugan ’50