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Welcome, New Alumni Council Board Members

The TC Alumni Council, which helps to plan Acade- mic Homecoming, the Distinguished Alumni Awards event and Com- mencement activities, recently welcomed seven new members who bring a variety of strengths to the Board.

Jeanne Clark-Rance (Ed.D., Inquiry in Educational Administration Practices, 1992) is adjunct professor of multicultural studies at Fordham University's Graduate School of Educa-tion. She was previously Executive Director of the Office of Community Based Organization Networks and After School Programs for the New York City Department of Education.

Elaine Heffner (Ed.D., Family and Community Education, 1986) is a psychotherapist in private practice and a senior lecturer on education in psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College. She was a co-founder and program supervisor of the Nursery School Treatment Center at the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic and a consultant to the Early Childhood Program of The Diller-Quaile School of Music.

Martin Keller (Ed.M., Social, Organizational and Counseling Psychology, 1974) is a psychologist in private practice and is on staff at Scottsdale Healthcare, John C. Lincoln Hospitals and Paradise Valley Hospital, all in Arizona.
Carolyn McNally (Ed.D., Inquiry in Educational Administration Practices, 2002) is Director of Development for Area Cooper- ative Educational Services, a re-gional educational service center in south central Connecticut.

Kathleen Dunlevy Morin (M.A., 1977; Ed.M., 1978; Ed.D., 1985, Inquiry in Educational Admin-istration Practices) is Director of Education for the Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States, a not-for-profit organization based in New York City. She also serves as an educational consultant for several organizations.

Terri Nixon (M.A., Organization-al Psychology, 2000) was formerly a vice president and senior business partner in human resources for the private client group of Wachovia Securities, LLC. She is currently pursuing a teaching career in Florida.

Neil Robbie (M.A., TESOL, 1999) teaches English as a foreign language in the United Kingdom.

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