The prices are effective June 1, 2011 – May 31, 2012.
Assistant Director for Event Planning and Special Programs, Peter Alario, joined the CC&ES team nearly 4 years ago, but he had been working hand in hand with the department for 7 years prior to that as the college's Catering Director. Peter’s extensive background in the food and beverage industry, is not only a benefit to his clients but to all of us in the CC&ES Office.
Ever wonder how the Campus Center runs like a well oiled machine? It’s no doubt in part to the leadership of its outstanding managers: The Campus Center has 19 managers in all, but due to space, we will be highlighting five: seniors Joe Bagliere, Carrie-Lynne Davis, Matthew Posillico & Gabby Yengbeh along with junior, Mamuyan Jones.
Assistant Director for Event Planning and Operations, Mark Warfle, joined the CC&ES team over 10 years ago. A natural born event planner, Mark always gravitated towards organizing whether it was through his work in the local fire department, church or other community activities. While still in high school he got his event start by setting up, bussing and serving at events held at the Owego Treadway Inn. Since then he has coordinated the details for nearly every type of event. His event philosophy is “failing to plan is planning to fail.”
Associate Director, Margie Malepe, has been planning high profile events for the Campus Center & Event Services Office for 23 years. Margie received her event planning start as a student at SUNY Cortland where she held positions on the Student Activities Board and Bureau of Concerts. Margie recalls, “When we had the opportunity to bring James Taylor on campus, I was hooked. Prior to that time, I hadn't realized that event planning was a career choice.”