Four Join St. Lawrence Board Of Trustees
CANTON - Four people have been elected to the St. Lawrence University Board of Trustees. All four are graduates of the University and will begin six-year terms on July 1, 2010.
The new members are:
William J. Crombie '69, of Dallas, Texas, a retired real estate executive who has also served as a member of the Alumni Executive Council at St. Lawrence. He has extensive experience in both commercial real estate, primarily office buildings and shopping centers, as well as single-family residential homebuilding. He earned his University degree in economics and also holds an MBA in finance. Crombie and his wife Jill, also a 1969 St. Lawrence graduate, have served on numerous committees including the National Major Gifts Committee and the Parents Committee. They are parents of a student in the Class of 2011 and a graduate in the Class of 1998.
Jennifer Curley Reichert '90, of Potomac, Maryland, founder and president of The Curley Company, a communications and event-planning firm in Washington, DC. Prior to founding the company in 2002, Curley Reichert worked for Edelman Public Relations Worldwide, for the Protocol Office of the White House, the Department of State and on the staff of U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.). She has also taught journalism and political science as an adjunct professor at the American University Washington Semester. She earned her St. Lawrence degree in government and holds a master's degree in political science from American University. Curley Reichert is a former member of the Alumni Council and was elected one of the first two McCurdy Sprague Trustees, positions for recent graduates, serving from 1999-2003.
Cheryl L. Grandfield '73, of Manhattan, N.Y., founder and principal of Grandfield & Dodd LLC, an independently owned registered investment advisor founded in 2001 to provide customized investment counsel services to individuals, families and trusts. Grandfield earned her St. Lawrence degree in English and economics and holds an MBA from Fordham University. She served a previous term on the Board of Trustees and has been active in fund-raising and as a career advisor for the University.
Donna A. Winston '85, of Manhattan and Locust Valley, N.Y., is a managing director at Goldman Sachs, where she is the global head of Securities Human Capital Management (HCM). She began work there in 1987. Winston, who earned her St. Lawrence degree in art history, has served as a board member of The Nature Conservancy's Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island and has been an active alumna, providing career opportunities for graduates and as a member of the National Major Gifts Committee during the Momentum Campaign.
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