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Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors Elects Three New Members

Ithaca, NY--Susan DiPace, Latitia Greene, and Kelly Rohrer are the newest members of the Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors. The three will begin their elected three-year terms at the alumni association's annual meeting June 3. The meeting will take place during the College's Reunion weekend.

Susan DiPace '74 is a senior manager of human resources for Nortel Networks, a supplier of products and services for Internet communications systems. She is returning to the board after 12 years of prior service, including three-year terms as vice president and secretary. DiPace also chaired the program planning committee. An active volunteer, she has served as her class's Reunion chair, local admissions representative, and career network volunteer. She has also been a member of the New York City Business/Professionals Alumni Steering Committee.

Latitia Greene '87, who directs the City of Laurel (Maryland) Teen Center Program, was formerly an academic program counselor for the College's Office of Opportunity Programs. She served on numerous committees and advised such student groups as the Kuumba Repertory Theater, the Amani Gospel Singers, and the Ithaca College chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. She has continued her involvement with the College by participating in the Professionals Symposium and the Office of Multicultural Affairs leadership retreat.

Kelly Rohrer '94 is based in Chicago, where she is a communications manager in the office of the CEO of Accenture, a management and technology-consulting firm. An involved young alumna, she has served as a career network volunteer, a member of the Young Alumni Task Force, and a local-area admissions representative. As club coordinator for the Chicago Alumni Club, Rohrer dramatically increased both the number of club events and the number of participants.

Currently with 23 members, the Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors is the representative body of Ithaca College alumni and works in partnership with the Office of Alumni Relations on admissions activities, career services, development, and social events.