Alumni & Parents
Development at WestConn

The WCSU Foundation fuels the university's effort to change lives. Classified as a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) organization by the IRS, the Foundation effectively raises funds and carefully manages charitable gifts for the support of the university. Working with the university and other partners, the Foundation operates under the leadership of a board comprised of respected community professionals.
The Foundation's philanthropic programs include annual giving, special events, major gifts, capital campaigns, endowments and planned giving. We invite you to make a pledge online now.

The Foundation sponsors on-campus activities and supports university projects that enrich the entire learning experience for our students and offer vivid cultural opportunities for the greater community. Your gift can complement limited state funding to scholarship programs; building funds; cultural, artistic and athletic programs; campus beautification; and so much more.

Click on these links to read more about Foundation policies on record retention, spending, and investment. For more information, call the Office of Institutional Advancement at (203) 837-8279.

 

WCSU Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors

FY/15 Executive Committee

Pugliese Chair Ronald Pugliese
CEO, Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation
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Theresa Eberhard Asch
retired educator/
administrator
Paul Steinmetz
Secretary / Treasurer
Robert Schlesinger
vice president for Institutional Advancement, WCSU

FY/15 Directors

Anthony Carluzzi
Director Emeritus
Anthony Caraluzzi
chairman of the board, Caraluzzi's Markets
Thomas Crucitti healthcare consultant
Director Emerita
Isabelle Farrington
retired educator and business director
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John Fillyaw, managing director of sales, marketing & vertical solutions, Axispoint Joeseph GiaquintoJoseph Giaquinto
retired educator/
administrator
Dan GobleDaniel Goble
dean, WCSU School of Visual & Performing Arts
Erland HagmanErland HagmanErland Hagman
president,
Ergotech, Inc.
Dr. Josephine Hamer
chair, department of Mathematics
Tracy HoroskyTracy Horosky
senior vice president, Dubrasky & Associates
Farooq Kathwari
chairman,
president & CEO,
Ethan Allen
Interiors, Inc.
Lynne LeBarron
Lynne LeBarron, director of development, WCSU Sean LoughranSean Loughran,  
interim associate v.p. for finance, WCSU
Director Emeritus
Deno Macricostas
chairman & CEO,
Photronics, Inc.
NurnbergerDavid Nurnberger
retired, senior vice president for
human resources,
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
Mary Jean RebeiroMaryJean Rebeiro
president,
The NY CONN Corporation
Robert J. Reby
CEO,
Reby Advisors
Sarah Ribeiro
former Deputy Mayor of Schools and Policy for the city of St. Petersburg, Florida
Paul ReisKathy Romagnano president & CEO, Savings Bank of Danbury
Cory PlockCory Plock
president,
Prolifogy Software & Consulting
Scott SanderudeScott Sanderude
v.p. marketing
and business development,
Praxair, Inc.
James W. Schmotter
president, WCSU

Nabil TakiaNabil Takla
president & CEO
The Morganti Group, Inc.

Isaiah ThergoodIsaiah Thergood
president, WCSU Student Government Association
Dane Unger
president, Unger Industrial, LLC
YoungRoy Young
chairman,
Fairfield Processing Corporation
Robert YaminRobert Yamin
managing partner, Yamin & Yamin, LLP

corporation counsel & chief legal officer, City of Danbury
 

 

For more information, call (203) 837-8279.
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