Recognition

Ken ToongThanks to YOU, we raised $482,182 in pledges in the 2019-20 UMACC campaign. We deeply appreciate every donation.

The Leaders' Circle is composed of all donors who give $500 or more per year. This group is key to UMACC's success -- they pledge early to set the pace of the campaign, and most members are loyal multi-year donors.

This year's Leaders' Circle Chair is Ken Toong, Executive Director of Auxiliary Enterprises. “UMACC is a great way for all of us from this great university to support those in need in our community. In giving mindfully, we receive positive energy and a good feeling by helping others. Together, we can do our part to make this world a better place, beginning with our own community.”

UMACC 2019-20 Donors

Transformers ($10,000 or more) 

  • Robert Jackson Jr. (Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Charlotte Jackson (President's Office, ret.)

Visionary Leaders ($5,000- $9,999)

  • Michael Ash (Economics and Public Policy) and Krista Harper (Anthropology and Public Policy)
  • John Bryan (Provost's Office) and Terry A. Peters
  • Jason Burbank (Physical Plant Division, ret.)
  • Julie Caswell (College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, ret.) and Richard Rogers (Resource Economics, ret.)
  • Laura Haas (College of Information and Computer Sciences) and Peter J. Haas (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Traci Hess (Isenberg School of Management) and John Wells (University Without Walls)
  • John Hird (College of Social and Behavioral Sciences) and Sharon J. Tracey
  • Hilary Kornblith (Philosophy) and Robin Harris
  • Peter Lillya (Chemistry, ret.) and Maija Lillya (Registrar's Office, ret.)
  • John McCarthy (Provost's Office) and Ellen Woolford (Linguistics)
  • Kumble Subbaswamy (Chancellor's Office) and Mala Subbaswamy
  • Kurt Winslow (Physical Plant Division)

Inspiration Leaders ($2,500 or more)

  • Holly Alexander (Administration and Finance) and Amber Fox (Administration and Finance)
  • Louise Antony (Philosophy) and Joseph Levine (Philosophy)
  • Ronald Archer (Chemistry) and Margery Roy
  • Madelaine Bartlett (Biology)
  • Nancy Buffone (University Relations) and Mark Buffone
  • D. Anthony Butterfield (Isenberg School of Management, ret.) and Catharine Butterfield
  • Leslie Button (University Libraries)
  • Michele Cooke-Andresen (Geosciences)
  • Jeff Cournoyer (Mount Ida Campus) and Kara Cournoyer
  • Tony Dinsmore (Physics) and Jenn Chylack
  • Mark Dunn (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Lee Edwards (Humanities and Fine Arts, ret.)
  • Robert Feldman (Chancellor's Office) and Katherine Vorwerk
  • Debbie Felton (Classics)
  • Mark Fuller (Advancement) and Tanya Fuller
  • Steve Goodwin (Microbiology, Chancellor's Office)
  • Harold Grotevant (Psychological and Brain Sciences) and Susan Grotevant
  • Peter M. Haas (Political Science) and Julie Zuckman
  • Carol E. Heim (Economics, ret.)
  • Thomas Kida (Isenberg School of Management, ret.) and Kathryn Sullivan
  • John Kingston (Linguistics)
  • Danielle Kovacs (University Libraries) and Robert S. Cox (University Libraries)
  • Derek Lovley (Microbiology) and Kelly Lovley
  • Thomas Mahaney (UCard Office) and Tina Mahaney
  • Michael Malone (Research and Engagement) and Christine Lau
  • Andrew Mangels (VC for Administration and Finance)
  • Jennifer L. Nye (Commonwealth Honors College, History) and Laura Briggs (Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies)
  • Brian Ogilvie (History) and Jennifer Heuer (History)
  • Barbara Osborne (Veterinary and Animal Sciences) and Richard Goldsby
  • UMass Research and Engagement
  • Pierre Rouzier (University Health Services) and Arlene Rouzier
  • Stephen Schreiber (Architecture Department) and Jane Thurber (Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning)
  • Adam Sherson (Administration and Finance) and Jenny Speck-Sherson
  • Sharon Shevlin (Residential Life, Student Affairs Information and Tech Services) and James Meade (Police Department)
  • Theodore Slovin (Counseling and Assessment Services, ret.) and Barbara Slovin
  • Helen Sternheim (STEM Ed Institute, ret.) and Morton Sternheim (STEM Ed Institute, ret.)
  • Donald Tomaskovic-Devey (Sociology) and Barbara Tomaskovic-Devey (Sociology)
  • Kenneth Toong (Auxiliary Enterprises) and Pamela Toong
  • Christine Wilda (VC for Administration and Finance)
  • Beverly Woolf (College of Education, College of Information and Computer Sciences, ret.) and Stephen Woolf

Leaders Circle ($500 to $2,499)

  • Jennifer Adams (English)
  • Douglas Adler (Advancement)
  • Marjorie Aelion (Public Health and Health Sciences)
  • Jack Ahern (Landscape Architecture and Regional Plan, International Programs Office, ret.) and Linda Ahern
  • James Allan (College of Information and Computer Sciences) and Cathy Luna
  • Peter Allard (Dining Services)
  • Geoff Allen (Resource Economics, ret.) and Barbara Allen
  • Lawrence Ambs (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, ret.)
  • Carolyn Anderson (Communication, ret.)
  • Charles Apicella (Campus Mail Services)
  • Margaret Arsenault (Human Resources)
  • Pamela Aselton (College of Nursing) and Bruce Croft (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Brian Baldi (Teaching Excellence and Faculty Development)
  • Ryan Bamford (Athletic Department) and Erica Bamford
  • Carol Barr (Provost's Office)
  • David Mix Barrington (College of Information and Computer Sciences) and Jessica Mix Barrington
  • Glenn Barrington (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Heidi Bauer-Clapp (Graduate Dean) and Jason Bauer-Clapp
  • Debbie Beaubien (UMass Extension)
  • Ann Becker (College of Nursing)
  • Carol Bigelow (Biostatistics and Epidemiology)
  • Annaliese Bischoff (Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, ret.) and Charles Clifton (Psychological and Brain Sciences, ret.)
  • Helen Bowler (Office of the General Counsel)
  • Joye Bowman (History) and John Higginson (History)
  • Irena Bozin (University Without Walls)
  • Bethany Bradley (Environmental Conservation)
  • Bill Brady (Human Resources) and Michael Nelson (Environmental Conservation)
  • Judith Bree (Isenberg School of Management)
  • Phillip Bricker (Philosophy) and Margi Caplan
  • Jacqueline Brousseau-Pereira (College of Social and Behavioral Sciences)
  • Laurie Cadorette (UMass Extension) and Henry R. Cadorette, Jr.
  • Kathleen Callahan (Admissions Office, ret.)
  • Rita Campbell (University Relations, Office of Communications) and Gene Campbell
  • Gregory Cannella (Athletic Department) and Laurie Cannella
  • Gregory Carvel (Athletic Department) and Daina Carvel
  • Erin Cherewatti (Public Health and Health Sciences) and Jamie Cherewatti
  • Alice Cheung (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology) and Hen-Ming Wu (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
  • Charles Clifton (Psychological and Brain Sciences, ret.) and Annaliese Bischoff (Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning)
  • Nancy Cohen (Chancellor's Office, Nutrition)
  • Shane Conklin (Facilities and Campus Services) and Roselee Conklin
  • Curt Conner (Chemical Engineering) and Nancy Conner
  • Margery Coombs (Biology)
  • Edward Cottrill (College of Engineering) and Suzanne Cottrill
  • E. Bryan Coughlin (Polymer Science and Engineering)
  • Carolina Cudemus (Facilities and Campus Services) and Doug Jones
  • Kourosh Danai (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) and Firuzeh Khorasanizadeh
  • Nilanjana Dasgupta (Psychological and Brain Sciences)
  • Teri Delude (Information Technology)
  • Carolyn Demoranville (Cranberry Station, ret.)
  • Kate DiSanto (Athletics) and Anthony DiSanto
  • Garett Distefano (Dining Services)
  • Jennifer Donais (Research and Engagement)
  • Claudia Donald (University Relations, Office of Communications) and Howard Rhett
  • Morgan Donovan-Hall (Admissions Office)
  • Mary Dougherty (University Press)
  • Carey Douglas (Isenberg School of Management)
  • Chris Dunn (University Relations)
  • Michael Eagen (Provost's Office)
  • John Ebbets (Development Office)
  • Maya Eddon (Philosophy)
  • Doug Eddy (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
  • David Eichstaedt (Dining Services) and Sara Eichstaedt
  • Eric Einhorn (Political Science) and Kirsten Einhorn
  • Carol Emery (University Without Walls, ret.) and Christopher Emery (Education)
  • Harley Erdman (Theater)
  • Jennifer Farner (Development Office, ret.)
  • Kirby Farrell (English, ret.) and Susan Roy
  • Peter Ferguson (Student Affairs and Campus Life) and Dawn Ellinwood
  • Cheryl Ferriter (Information Technology) and Kevin M. Ferriter
  • Alyssa Flemati (Chancellor's Office)
  • Maurille Fournier (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ret.) and Janice Fournier (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ret.)
  • Lyn Frazier (Linguistics)
  • Graham Gal (Isenberg School of Management) and Francine Gal
  • Bruce Geisler (Communication)
  • Gail Gnatek (University Health Services)
  • Sheldon Goldman (Political Science, ret.) and Marcia Goldman
  • Barry Goodell (Microbiology) and Jody Jellison (Center for Agriculture)
  • Chaitra Gopalappa (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
  • Deborah Gould (Provost's Office)
  • Peter Graham (Philosophy)
  • Susan Gray (College of Engineering)
  • Ian Grosse (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) and Bonnie Weiss
  • Gail Gunn (Advancement Services) and Tom Gunn
  • Lorie Gwozdzik (Disability Services)
  • Laura Hall (Center for Agriculture) and Richard M. Hall
  • Elisabeth Hamin (Landscape Architecture and Regional Plan)
  • SuEllen Hamkins (Center for Counseling and Psychological Health)
  • Michael Hanna (College of Education) and Christine Hanna
  • Glenn Hartmann (Controller's Office)
  • Elizabeth Harvey (Psychological and Brain Sciences) and David Arnold (Psychological and Brain Sciences)
  • Peter Hepler (Biology, ret.) and Margaret Hepler
  • Jeffrey Hescock (Environmental Health and Safety)
  • Willie Hill (Fine Arts Center, ret.) and Beverly Hill
  • Bret Holloway (University Without Walls)
  • Scott Jackson (Environmental Conservation) and Chris Sarfaty
  • Bret Jackson (Chemistry)
  • Lorraine James (University Libraries)
  • Russell Janis (Economics) and Connie Snow
  • Ronnie Janoff-Bulman (Psychology and Brain Sciences) and Michael Bulman
  • D. Joseph Jerry (Veterinary and Animal Sciences)
  • Eric Johnson (Anthropology, Archeological Services) and Rita Reinke
  • Nicole Joyce (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Robert Judge (Human Resources)
  • John Kennedy (University Relations) and Rebecca Kennedy
  • Barbara Krauthamer (Graduate Dean, Graduate School)
  • Lyne Laliberte (Technology Transfer Office) and Tim Wright
  • Joseph Larson (Environmental Conservation, ret.) and Wendy Larson
  • Rebecca Lawlor (Veterinary and Animal Sciences) and Thomas J. Lawlor Jr.
  • AJ LeBlanc (International Programs Office)
  • R. Mark Leckie (Geosciences) and Pam Leckie
  • Karen Lederer (Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies Program) and Brian Sabel
  • Lisa Liebowitz (Humanities and Fine Arts) and Robert Liebowitz (Controller's Office, ret.)
  • Meredith Lind (Commonwealth Honors College, ret.)
  • Becky Lockwood (Center for Women and Community)
  • John Lopes (Microbiology) and Teresa Lopes
  • Brian Lynn (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Jean MacKimmie (Residential Life)
  • Katy Maher (Public Policy)
  • James Mallet (Development Office, ret.) and Jennifer Southgate (College of Education)
  • Sheila Mammen (Resource Economics, ret.)
  • Charles Manz (Isenberg School of Management)
  • Luis Marentes (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures)
  • Tony Maroulis (University Relations, External Relations and University Events) and Nora Maroulis
  • Alan McArdle (Office of Institutional Research, ret.)
  • Nathalie McCormick (VC for Development and Alumni Relations)
  • Thomas McCusker (Campus Center, Student Union)
  • Melinda McIntosh (Library, ret.)
  • Lynn Mckenna (Budget Office) and James McKenna
  • Christopher Meacham (Philosophy)
  • Kimberly Medeiros (Fine Arts Center)
  • Eugenie Micelotta (Geoscience ) and Rich Micelotta
  • Martin Miller (New England Public Radio) and Brenda Miller
  • Lucia Miller (Development Office)
  • Christopher Misra (College of Information and Computer Sciences, Information Technology) and Kimberly Misra
  • Ted Mone (Residential Life, ret.) and Jeanne Horrigan (New Students Orientation, ret.)
  • Anne Moore (University Libraries)
  • Jacqi Mosselson (College of Education) and Scott Ardizzone
  • Jennifer Nadeau (Administration and Finance)
  • James Neeley (Information Technology) and Charlene Neeley
  • Melinda Nielsen (Student Activities)
  • Caroline Nofio (Auxiliary Enterprises) and Martin Nofio
  • Roland Packard (Commonwealth Honors College, ret.)
  • Jennifer Page (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Julie Pahl (Psychological and Brain Sciences)
  • Paul Papierski (Human Resources) and Kenneth Lovering
  • Patrice Pare (Budget Office)
  • Maite Parsi (Human Resources)
  • William Patterson (Graduate School, ret.) and Joan Patterson
  • Bruce Penniman (English) and Val Penniman
  • M. Peterson (Political Science)
  • Doris Peterson (Information Technology, ret.)
  • Kim Pond (UMass Extension)
  • Ericka Prew (College of Engineering) and Tom Prew
  • Sanjay Raman (College of Engineering) and Amy E. Bell
  • Ashwin Ramasubramaniam (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
  • Teresa Ramsby (Classics)
  • Jane Rausch (History, ret.)
  • Mark Renaud (Information Technology)
  • Alan Robinson (Operations and Information Management)
  • Donald Robinson (Environmental Health Sciences, ret.) and Sara Robinson
  • James Roche (Provost's Office, Enrollment Management) and Kara Roche
  • Travis Roy (Administration and Finance) and Jessica Wilson
  • David Ruderman (University Relations, Office of Communications)
  • Kathy Ryan (Admissions Office, ret.) and Paul Gagnon
  • Randy Sailer (Information Technology) and Kathy Wicks (Dining Services)
  • Terry Sall (University Relations) and Jeff Sall
  • Nieve Santana (Financial Aid Services) and Sharon Moore
  • Jay Schafer (University Libraries, ret.)
  • Suzanne Schilling (Financial Aid Services) and Patrick Schilling
  • Alex Schreyer (Environmental Conservation)
  • Constance Schwaiger (University Health Services, ret.) and John Schwaiger
  • Rebecca Schwartz (Economics)
  • Mei-Yau Shih (Teaching Excellence and Faculty Development)
  • Patty Shillington (News and Media Relations)
  • Deb Sidur (VC for Development and Alumni Relations)
  • Anna Maria Siega-Riz (Public Health and Health Sciences)
  • Stephen Sireci (College of Education) and Chloe Torres
  • Linda Slakey (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ret.)
  • Jonathan Sliva (Police Department) and Kathryn Hartshorne
  • James Staros (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ret) and Alice Harris (Linguistics, ret.)
  • David Storey (Resource Economics, ret.)
  • Kregg Strehorn (Enrollment Management, Provost's Office) and The Strehorn Family
  • Patrick Sullivan (University Registrar) and Denise Avisata
  • Alice Szlosek (Office of the University Registrar) and Richard Szlosek
  • Lynmarie Thompson (Chemistry) and Craig Martin (Chemistry)
  • John Tobiason (Civil and Environmental Engineering) and Leslie Johnson
  • Elizabeth Tousignant (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Christine Turner (University Libraries)
  • Erin Vermette (Fine Arts Center)
  • Elizabeth Vierling (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
  • Eve Vogel (Geosciences)
  • Valerie Vooheis (Economics) and Douglas Fulton
  • Patricia Wadsworth (Biology)
  • Nancy Washburn (University Libraries)
  • Jacqueline Watrous (Administration and Finance)
  • Marc Weinberger (Isenberg School of Management, ret.) and Sharon Weinberger
  • Jack Wileden (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Michael Williams (Geosciences)
  • Cleve Willis (Natural Resources and Environment, ret.) and Barbara Willis
  • Michael Wiseman (Center for Student Development, ret.) and Thomas Kubik
  • Tilman Wolf (Provost's Office)
  • Melissa Woodard (Isenberg School of Management, ret.)
  • Peggy Woods (Writing Program) and Raymond Cusson
  • Ruth Yanka (VC for Administration and Finance)

Champion ($250-$499)

  • Lynn Adler (Biology) and Paige Warren (Environmental Conservation)
  • Cynthia Baldwin (Veterinary and Animal Sciences) and Samuel Black (Veterinary and Animal Sciences, ret.)
  • Tobias Baskin (Biology) and Laura Green
  • Jennifer Bedell (Student Affairs and Campus Life)
  • Dawn Bond (Residential Life)
  • Jennifer Booker (Nursing, ret.)
  • Ana Caicedo (Biology)
  • Judith Cameron (Advancement)
  • Terry Carroll (University Libraries) and Brian Carroll (Physical Plant)
  • Kenneth Carter (Polymer Science and Engineering) and Kimberly Sherman
  • Sue Cassidy (College of Nursing)
  • Richard Clarity (Campus Services, ret.)
  • Beth Ayn Curtis (Isenberg School of Management)
  • Heather Deirdre (University Libraries)
  • Diane Delaronde (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Ruth Glickman DeLisle (Resource Economics) and Scott DeLisle
  • Bethany Desbien (Facilities and Campus Services) and Eric Desbien (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Maureen Devine (Graduate School)
  • AnnMarie Duchon (Disability Services)
  • Kim Fill (University Libraries)
  • Cynthia Fonseca (University Health Services)
  • Mary Anne Garrand (Controller's Office)
  • Gretchen Gerzina (Commonwealth Honors College) and Anthony Gerzina
  • Lisa Giddens (Residential Life)
  • David Glassberg (History) and Lisa Kent
  • Farshid Hajir (Mathematics and Statistics) and Janice Telfer (Veterinary and Animal Sciences)
  • Ann Hardy (Student Affairs, ret.)
  • Erika Dawson Head (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Eileen Keegan (Resource Economics) and John Hoogstraten
  • Dan LaBonte (Student Affairs and Campus Life) and Gretchen LaBonte (Dean of Students Office)
  • Peter Laurent (Center for Early Education and Care) and Lisbeth Laurent
  • Sue Lorow (University Relations)
  • Lewis Mainzer (Political Science, ret.) and Caden Mainzer
  • Arthur Mange (Biology) and Elaine Mange
  • Julie Martel (Humanities and Fine Arts) and Jason Santiago
  • Lauren Mattison (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
  • April McNally (Health Education)
  • George Milne (Isenberg School of Management) and Shalini Bahl-Milne
  • Matthew Moretti (Administration and Finance)
  • Dave Neely (Advocacy Inclusion and Support) and Madelyn Neely
  • Ben Normark (Biology) and Roxanna Normark
  • Ludmilla Pavlova-Gillham (Facilities and Campus Services) and David Gillham
  • Susan Pearson (Chancellor's Office, ret.)
  • Maureen Perry-Jenkins (Psychological and Brain Sciences) and Michael Jenkins
  • Lynn Phillips (Communication) and Mark Jackson
  • Claudia Phillips (University Health Services)
  • John Putala (Physical Plant Division)
  • Simon Raine (Facilities and Campus Services) and Lisa Raine
  • Charles Rearick (History, ret.)
  • John Reiff (Civic Engagement and Service Learning (CESL), ret.)
  • Stephen Robinson (University Libraries)
  • Charles Rogers (University Libraries, ret.) and Elizabeth Rogers
  • Pamela Rooney (Facilities and Campus Services, ret.) and Alexander Hoar
  • Rich Rosen (University Health Services, ret.) and Millie Zweir
  • Victoria Rupp (College of Information and Computer Sciences) and Jason Rupp (Residence Life)
  • Alyssa Rusiecki (Environmental Health and Safety)
  • Leslie Schaler (University Libraries)
  • Laura Shea (Office of General Council)
  • Linda Smith (University Relations, Office of Communications, ret.) and Eugene W. Smith
  • Meg Smith (Isenberg School of Management)
  • TearNee Sodders (Financial Aid Services)
  • Eric Sommers (Mathematics and Statistics)
  • Nina Sossen (News and Media Relations)
  • Steph Stacey (Campus Center, Student Union)
  • Terry Trudeau (Landscape Architecture and Regional Plan) and David Trudeau
  • Muzzo Uysal (Hospitality and Tourism Management) and Nese Uysal
  • Laura Wildman-Hanlon (Psychological and Brain Sciences) and Thomas P. Wildman-Hanlon
  • Elizabeth Williams (Academic Planning and Assessment)
  • Ann Williams (Provost's Office)

Heart and Soul (up to $249)

  • Katie Ahlman (International Programs Office)
  • Dean Alfange (Political Science, ret.)
  • Emma Anderson (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Luis Antonmarchi (Dean of Students Office)
  • Carolina Aragon (Landscape Architecture and Regional Plan)
  • Karen Ayotte (College of Nursing)
  • James Ayres (Research and Engagement, ret.) and Maria Jose Botelho
  • Brenda Barlow (Commonwealth Honors College)
  • Kristen Barry-George (University Relations, Office of Communications)
  • Diane Barstow (Development Office)
  • Debra Baye (Controller's Office)
  • Phyllis Berman (College of Natural Sciences)
  • John Berwald (International Programs Office) and Priscilla May Drucker (WFCR, ret.)
  • Marilyn Billings (University Libraries) and Tim Coppolo
  • Edward Blaguszewski (University Relations)
  • Carol Booth (Ombuds Office, ret.)
  • Janet Bordwin (College of Natural Sciences Advising Center)
  • Jo-Ann Bourguignon (Center for Student Development, Student Engagement)
  • Laura Bourque (New Students Orientation)
  • Forrest Bowlick (Geosciences) and Katie Bowlick
  • Omadelle Nelson Bowser (Communication)
  • Kyle Boyd (University Libraries)
  • Tyler Bradley (Residential Life)
  • Cheryl Brooks (College of Engineering)
  • Melissa Brousseau (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Liz Brown (Residential Life)
  • Jack Brown (Budget Office) and Jessica Brown
  • Kathleen Bryant (Physics)
  • Chris Burnett (Research and Engagement)
  • Frank Cadran (Custodial Services)
  • Matt Carlyon (Advancement, ret.)
  • Jacob Carter (Human Resources) and Theresa Carter
  • Mari Castaneda (Social and Behavioral Science) and Joseph Krupczynski (Architecture)
  • David Catrambone (Development Office)
  • Cecile Chapdelaine (Human Resources)
  • Lisa Chasan-Taber (Biostatistics and Epidemiology) and Scott Chasan-Taber (Public Health and Health Sciences)
  • Constance Chatterton (Dean of College of Humanities and Fine Arts)
  • Janet Chevan (Center for Early Education and Care, ret.) and Albert Chevan (Sociology, ret.)
  • Hannah Choi (Institute Applied Life Science)
  • John Ciampa (Journalism) and Amy Ciampa
  • Pamela Ciminera (Graduate School)
  • Richard Coach (Parking Services)
  • Elizabeth Conniff (New Students Orientation)
  • Joseph Connolly (Human Resources) and Karen Hakala (Chemistry)
  • Leda Cooks (Communication)
  • Melanie Cosgrove (Alumni Relations)
  • Jean Crossman (Architecture Department) and William Crossman
  • Jamie Cullen (Human Resources)
  • Cara Cusson (University Relations)
  • Marvin Daehler (Psychology and Brain Science, ret.)
  • Heather Demers (College of Engineering) and Allen Demers
  • Alysha Dockum (Residential Life)
  • Jen Dolan (Psychological and Brain Sciences) and Dan Gerber (Health Promotion and Policy)
  • Priscilla Drucker (WFCR, ret.)
  • Charles Dube (WFCR and WNNZ Public Radio)
  • Catherine Eden (College of Natural Sciences Advising Center)
  • Julius Fabos (Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning) and Edith Fabos
  • Ralph Faulkingham (Anthropology, ret.) and Linda J. Faulkingham (Fine Arts Center, ret.)
  • Kim Fawcett (Bursar's Office)
  • Chris Felton (Civic Engagement and Service Learning (CESL)) and Todd Felton
  • Meredith Feltus (Commonwealth Honors College)
  • Sidonio Ferreira (Residential Academic Programs) and Isabel Ferreira
  • Allison Finck (Physical Plant Division)
  • William Foley (Isenberg School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management)
  • Rachel Fonseca (Human Resources)
  • Nancy Fontes (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Carly Forcade (Isenberg School of Management) and Kelley Murphy
  • Kathy Roberts Forde (Journalism) and Jack Forde
  • Leslie Fraser (Human Resources)
  • Jen Gallant (External Relations and University Events) and Nancy Doby
  • Jason Germain (Athletic Department)
  • Wesley Goscenski (Advancement Services)
  • Joyce Grabon (UGrad Advising and Learning Communities)
  • Duane Greene (Stockbridge School of Agriculture) and Anna Greene
  • Beth Grybko (Philosophy)
  • Andrea Gulezian (UMass Extension, ret.)
  • Dan Harper (University Communications)
  • Sarah Harvey (College of Engineering)
  • Karen Hayes (University Relations, Marketing and New Business Development)
  • Elena Hayes (College of Information and Computer Sciences)
  • Karen Helfer (Communication Disorders)
  • Lloyd Henley (Center for Student Development)
  • Yomar Hernandez (Human Resources)
  • Cynthia Hildebrand (Nursing Services)
  • MaryAnn Hogan (College of Nursing)
  • Emma Hood (Human Resources)
  • Weiguo Hu (Polymer Science and Engineering) and Zhaohui Fan
  • Melody Huckins (Continuing and Professional Education)
  • Becky Ikehara (Information Technology)
  • Cynthia Jacelon (College of Nursing) and John Ridgway
  • Beth Jakob (Biology) and Adam Porter (Biology)
  • Darryl Jelley (University Relations)
  • Iris Jenkins (Research Compliance) and Robert P. Jenkins II
  • Jean Joyce (College of Information and Computer Sciences) and James Joyce
  • Monica Kane (Human Resources)
  • Nikunj Kapadia (Isenberg School of Management) and Qiao Lan Kapadia
  • Ann Kardos (University Libraries) and Lee Morrissette
  • Paul Katz (Biology, Neuroscience and Behavior Graduate Program)
  • Donald Katzner (Economics)
  • Brian Kearns (Office of Pre-Award Services)
  • Edward Keefe (Controller's Office, Administration and Finance)
  • Jim Kelly (University Libraries, ret.) and Carol Kelly
  • Kevin Kerwood (Human Resources)
  • Cynthia Kicza (Campus Mail Services, ret.)
  • Amanda Kimball (College of Education) and Ezekiel W. Kimball (College of Education)
  • Sue King (Isenberg School of Management) and David King
  • Chisato Kitagawa (Asian Languages and Literatures, ret.)
  • Lynn Klock (Music and Dance, ret.) and Laura Klock (Music and Dance, ret.)
  • Michael Knapp (Chemistry) and Lynette Knapp
  • Lori Knapp (University Without Walls) and Eric Knapp
  • Matthew Komer (Athletics Administration) and Sarah Komer
  • Raymond La Raja (Political Science) and Taryn La Raja
  • Roberta LaBarbera (Financial Aid Services) and Peter LaBarbera
  • Nelson Lacey (Isenberg School of Management, ret.)
  • Jennie Lamothe (Budget Office) and Reggie Lamothe (College of Nursing)
  • Janet Lathrop (News and Media Relations)
  • Sandra Ledbetter (Mass Small Business Development Center) and Steven Ledbetter
  • Darren Lenois (Physical Plant Division)
  • Katie Lenois (Athletic Department)
  • Leesa Lesenski (Human Resources) and John Lesenski (University Libraries)
  • Bing Liang (Isenberg School of Management)
  • Brian Lickel (Psychological and Brain Sciences)
  • Sandy Litchfield (Architecture Department) and Robert DeConto (Geosciences)
  • Susan Lofthouse (WFCR and WNNZ Public Radio)
  • Heather Lohr (Center for Agriculture)
  • Ellen Lutz (University Libraries)
  • Laura Macsuga (Human Resources)
  • Jane Markarian (College of Natural Sciences Advising Center) and Ken Markarian
  • Patricia Mascis (University Health Services)
  • Lisa Masteralexis (Isenberg School of Management)
  • Robert McDowell (Information Technology)
  • Lindsay McGrath (VC for Development and Alumni Relations)
  • Joshua McLain (UMass Hotel at the Campus Center) and Amy McLain
  • Lynne McLandsborough (Food Sciences)
  • Elizabeth Mearls (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
  • Susan Mellin (Graduate School)
  • Barbara Miller (Stockbridge School of Agriculture)
  • Nancy Miller (News and Media Relations) and James Yurgielewicz
  • Maryann Mish (Mass Nanotech)
  • Joya Misra (Sociology, Public Policy and Administration) and David Mednicoff (Judaic and Near Eastern Studies and Public Policy)
  • Leslie Moes (Residential Life) and Jim Moes (Fine Arts Center)
  • Kristen Moriarty (Human Resources)
  • Anne Marie Morse (University Relations, Marketing and New Business Development)
  • Eliot Moss (College of Information and Computer Sciences, ret.)
  • Marcie Muehlke (Public Policy and Administration)
  • Janet Muzzy (Advancement, ret.)
  • Marianne Neal-Joyce (Communication)
  • Susan Newton (School of Public Policy, ret.)
  • Sally Nichols (University of Massachusetts Press)
  • Sonia Nieto (College of Education, ret.) and Angel Nieto
  • Gary Noga (Facilities and Campus Services)
  • Bette Norton (Printing Services, ret.)
  • Lauren O'Boyle (Human Resources)
  • Tami O'Malley (Human Resources)
  • Jeanne Orr (Campus Recreation, Sports Club)
  • Max Page (Architecture Department)
  • James Paleologopoulos (Information Technology)
  • Muhammad Paracha (Dining Services)
  • Elizabeth Parolski (College of Information and Computer Sciences, Advising Center)
  • Barbara Partee (Linguistics, Philosophy, ret.)
  • Martha Patrick (Ombuds Office) and Laura Patrick
  • Gerald Peterson (Physics)
  • Joseph Pickul (Economics, ret.)
  • Jody Powell (Research and Engagement)
  • Lisa Prouty (Human Resources)
  • Sean Quinn (Athletic Department)
  • Bart Rankin (WFCR and WNNZ Public Radio)
  • Heather Reed (Microbiology)
  • Lyn Rice (Bursar's Office, ret.)
  • Anna Robbins (Fine Arts Center) and Steven Robbins (University Relations, Communications)
  • Robert Sabola (Chemistry) and Cheryl Sabola (College of Nursing)
  • Jane Sackett (Communication Disorders)
  • Katie Sadler (Custodial Services)
  • Laurie Salame (Hospitality and Tourism Management)
  • Myles Sanders (University Without Walls (CPE))
  • Robert Saunderson (Human Resources) and Caitlin Bourgaize-Saunderson (College of Education)
  • Denise Scoville (University Health Services) and Douglas Scoville
  • Sally Shaffer (University Relations, ret.)
  • Nadine Shank (Music and Dance)
  • Carol Sharick (Advising Center)
  • Manju Sharma (Chemistry)
  • Zedan Shen (International Programs Office)
  • Joe Shoenfeld (Center for Agriculture) and Lynn Rubinstein
  • Mary Shoro (Financial Aid)
  • Risa Silverman (Public Health and Health Sciences)
  • Samm Smith (News and Media Relations)
  • Annie Sollinger (University Libraries)
  • Judith Solsken (College of Education)
  • Louanne Soos (Advancement Services) and Frank Soos
  • Carol Sprague (Grant and Contract Administration)
  • Maggie Spring (External Relations and University Events)
  • Cindy Stein (Information Technology) and Mike Kolendo
  • Kristina Stetson (UMass Transportation Center)
  • Nancy Stewart (UMass Innovation Institute)
  • Jen Strong (Computer Science, Advancement)
  • Florence Sullivan (College of Education)
  • Patricia Sullivan (University Relations, Office of Communications, ret.)
  • Janet Suprise (University Health Services)
  • Barbara Sutherland (Computer Science)
  • Scott Swane (Auxiliary Enterprises) and Laurie Swane
  • Corine Tachtiris (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures)
  • Betsy Thornton (Public Health and Health Sciences)
  • Torrey Trust (College of Education)
  • Annette Vadnais (Student Success and Engagement)
  • Donna Vanasse (Social Thought and Political Economy Program)
  • Peter Volpe (Physical Plant Division)
  • Nefertiti Walker (Isenberg School of Management and the Office of Equity and Inclusion) and Kellie Olson-Walker
  • Carol Wallace (Everywoman's Center, ret.)
  • Robert Wallace (Environmental Health and Safety) 
  • Ann Watson (Human Resources)
  • Chris Weeks (Enrollment Management) and Liz Weeks
  • Emily Wegner (University Health Services) and James Melby
  • Benjamin Weil (Environmental Conservation)
  • Susan Weldon (Human Resources)
  • Nathaniel Whitaker (Mathematics and Statistics) and Shirley Whitaker
  • Natasha Widener (University Health Services)
  • Betty Wilda (News and Media Relations, ret.)
  • Robert Wilson (Hospitality and Tourism Management, ret.) and Linda Sopp
  • So Yung Wilson (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
  • Brayden Woods (Kinesiology)
  • Katie Wright (New England Public Media) 
  • Erika Zekos (Architecture Department)
  • Martha Zorn (Biostatistics and Epidemiology)
  • Donna Zucker (College of Nursing)