Martin Byrne Sr. elected president of NU Alumni Associationby jmaloni
Alumni Association also announces executive committee, new board members
Niagara University announces Martin Byrne Sr. has been elected to a two-year term as president of its Alumni Association. A 1978 alumnus of the university, Byrne is a senior account executive at Toshiba Business Solutions New York.
Joining Byrne on the Alumni Association's executive committee will be Art Cardella, Niagara University's director of alumni relations; Jeffrey Dann, '74, president of Sleep Insights Management Services; Frank Fiannaca, '85, owner of USA Payroll; Gregory Hudecki, '68, a past president of the alumni association who works as a dentist at Elite Dental; and Barbara Malinowski, '59, a parish nurse coordinator at Mount St. Mary's Hospital and Health Center.
Newly elected to the Alumni Association board are Christopher Coyer, '93, regional vice president at Transamerica Capital Management; Michael Hogan, '76, senior vice president of intermodal services at Coyote Logistics; Julie Kwasniak, '06, an account manager for SelectOne Search; and Jaclyn Rossi, '08, '10, the assistant director of alumni relations at Niagara University.
Niagara University's Alumni Association works with the Office of Alumni Relations to establish a value-based relationship with graduates that is mutually beneficial, aligned with the mission of Niagara University, and guided by Vincentian principles. Members of its executive committee serve two-year terms while board members are elected for three years.