Alumni Advisory Board

The Nazareth College Alumnae Association was founded in 1928 by the first graduating class of the institution. In 1974, the name was officially changed to Nazareth College Alumni Association. Then, in 2023, to Nazareth University Alumni Association. The representative body of the Association is the Nazareth Alumni Advisory Board.

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2023-2024 Executive Committee

  • Chair / Alumni Trustee: Danielle Abramson '08
  • Vice Chair: Kelsey Sweet '15 

Standing Committees

Career & Professional Development
Community & Belonging
Early Engagement
Lifelong Engagement


Danielle Abramson '08 (Chair)
Kelsey Sweet '15 (Vice Chair)
Lizzie Barlow '09
Grace Daly Boren '70
Jolene DiBrango '95G
Ann Donahue Yockey '77
Allysa Gibson '19, '21G
Carissa Guzski '13
Jim Jaramillo '13, '16G
Angelo Jasa-Phillips '15
Jarred Jones '13, '17G
Kevin McCluskey '12
Anjoli Moïse '18G
Aldi Priyanto '08, '19G
Norlene Remollata '15
Manuel Rivera Ortiz '95
Gabrielle Rockwell '17
Mary Saperstone '69, '74G
Brian Silcott '93
Anita Spoor '63
Whitney Thomas '20
Barbara Wilcox '10G

Interested in Joining?

If you're interested in joining, or know an alum who would make a great addition to the alumni advisory board, fill out our nomination form.

Nazareth University Alumni Advisory Board's Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Statement

Nazareth’s alumni network comprises more than 30,000 alumni and counting, representing individuals with a myriad of identities, professions, locations, and industries.
As part of the Nazareth alumni network and as the representative body of the Alumni Association, the Alumni Advisory Board (AAB) is committed to acknowledging and confronting inequities to align with the University’s values and mission in social justice and belonging for all.  
As a Board, we ensure all alumni feel appreciated, motivated, and empowered so that together, we may continue to foster trust within the Nazareth community. As the University continues to evolve in its efforts to nurture a community that reflects the diversity of intersectional identities in society, while being Changemakers on and off campus, so too must the Board.
Approved October 18, 2023