Nominations for Alumni Board
The slate of candidates for the Alumni Association Board of Directors will be voted upon Alumni Weekend, June 1, 2002.
Nominated for their second term are Teri McCandless Bishop 81, Kathleen Doyle Dowd 68, Jan Gollins 72, Anthony Monk Morelli 59, J. P. Orlando 96, and Betty Adams Roach 43.
Teri, a homemaker and volunteer, currently serves as chair of the student relations committee on the Alumni Board. Kathleen chairs the Boards communications committee and is an elementary school teacher in the Easton School District. Jan, Alumni Association president-elect, also serves as chair of the development committee and chair of the Alumni Program Council. He is senior vice president for marketing and sales at DiscoverWhy, an Internet company specializing in political polling and public opinion research. Monk, president of A.M. Industries Inc., chairs the Alumni Weekend planning committee and has been active in the OGO alumni association. J. P. is vice president of the Young Alumni Board as well as chair of the Alumni Boards marketing committee. He works as a risk advisor and trainer at H. S. Lehr Co. Betty, a member of the boards communications committee, also writes alumni profiles and features for Moravian College Magazine.
The other five candidates have all been nominated for a first term. Charles Bartolet 60 is a retired assistant principal and wrestling coach in the Saucon Valley School District. He is a member of the Blue and Grey executive committee and was the recipient of Moravians Robert Martin Herbstman Award in 2001.
Georgine Danyi 87, a veterinarian at Northside Animal Hospital in Bethlehem, has acted as both a freshman and a career mentor to Moravian students. Georgine also served as secretary of the steering committee of the Lehigh Valley Alumni Club.
James Johnson 56 was on the Seminary Alumni/ae Board of Governors from 1991 to 1997, serving as its vice president and president for one term each, and on the reunion committee for his College class. He is retired from his positions as a pastor and as executive director of United Family Services.
James MacMahan 66 is currently engaged in private legal practice in Allentown after having retired as chief international counsel for Air Products and Chemicals Inc. He has served previously on the Alumni Board from 1977 to 1980, acting as vice president from 1979 to 1980.
Joanne Belletti Molle 82 has been correspondent for her class since 1995. She has also served on career panels and, along with her husband Dean 83, hosted annual freshman welcome picnics at her home in Philadelphia. She is a consultant services manager for the accounting and finance consulting division of Solomon Edwards Group LLC.