Who We Are
The Penn State Abington Alumni Society is a chartered organization of the Penn State Alumni Association consisting of graduates and former students of Penn State Abington. Our goal is to foster continued interest of all Abington alumni.
Stimulate the continued interest of all graduates and former students of Abington College. The Society acts as a resource to the Chancellor, faculty, students, and staff to further the interest of the College by striving to:
- meet student needs,
- serve as a communication link among the alumni, the College, and the community,
- assist in the development of supportive friendships and fund-raising for the College, and
- recognize the achievements of alumni, students, and faculty.
Alumni Society Executive Board
President: Melissa Quintana '06
Incoming President: Lorraine Basara '75
Past President: Daniel Murray '86
Alumni & Student Engagement Chair: Chris Pullar '09
Fundraising Chair: Corie Gabriel '04
Alumni Society Board
Trish Lawlor '78
Angel Aponte '98
Sarah Akrami '99
Drew Lavenberg '04
Dan Zdunowski '05
DeAndre Pickett '12
Marjory Apollon-Shields '13
Want to learn more about the Abington Alumni Society Board? Participating in one of our meetings is a great way to get to know us and find out how you can get connected with other alums and students on campus. Contact us today to learn how you can attend our next meeting!
- August Conference Call - August 11, 2016 @ 10am
- September Conference Call - TBD
- Fall Meeting - TBD
- November Conference Call - TBD
Anyone who has gone through the Abington campus for one semester, one year or graduated from Abington is automatically a part of the Abington Alumni Society.
While we do not collect any fees/dues to be a member of the Abington Alumni Society, we do encourage our alums to become members of the Penn State Alumni Association (PSAA). To learn how to join or renew your PSAA membership, please click here.
Interested in learning more or being part of the Abington Alumni Society Board? Contact Shaun Babula at firstname.lastname@example.org or (215) 881-7611