Class Of 2003 Graduate Elected To St. Lawrence University Board
CANTON - Breanne E. Malloy, of New York City, has been elected to a four-year term on the St. Lawrence University Board of Trustees. A 2003 graduate of the University, she is a vice-president in the fixed-income sales and trading division at Goldman Sachs & Co. With the firm for almost seven years, Malloy began her career there as a summer intern between her junior and senior years at St. Lawrence.
Malloy was elected as a McCurdy-Sprague Trustee of the University. McCurdy-Sprague Trustees must have graduated from St. Lawrence between two and 10 years prior to their election, and serve four-year terms. The membership of the Board of Trustees includes two McCurdy-Sprague Trustees.
During her undergraduate career, she was elected to the academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa and graduated with honors, majoring in economics. While a student, Malloy was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, the Orientation Planning Board, Panhellenic Council and the Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honor Society.
Part of the inaugural program of study in Florence, Malloy was awarded the Andrews Study Abroad Research Grant. While in Italy, she received the Syracuse University Colucio Salutati Distinction for Academic Excellence.
As an alumna, Malloy has been active with St. Lawrence events in New York City, and serving as a career advisor. She has also returned to campus several times, to assist with recruiting efforts for Goldman, Sachs & Co.