CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEWLY ELECTED
ECC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS

 

 

PRESIDENT


VICE-PRESIDENT


TREASURER


RECORDING SECRETARY


CORRESPONDING SECRETARY


          

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CANDIDATES FOR

PRESIDENT

View Nkuah's Bio

Dear Fellow ECC Alumni,

My name is Mr. Nkuah Asare, Class of 2015. I am aspiring for the position of ECC Alumni President (or Vice President). I did my Associate degree in Environmental Science. After ECC, I went to NJIT to pursue my undergrad in Civil Engineering. Currently, I have my master’s in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Geotechnical Engineering. I work for Frank H. Lehr Consulting Civil Engineers as a Geotechnical Engineer.

I would like to request your vote to the seat of the office of Presidency (or Vice President) to serve our Proud ECC Alumni Group. I own my current education and position because of ECC and it is time for me to give back. Many leaders, when put into such positions forget the role of “a Leader and a Follower”. The two work together to achieve the goals and objectives of the organization. In the absence of the other party, the remaining one, especially the leader can never be successful in that position.

If you cast your vote for me to become the President of this great association, I will work hard to foster unity and growth of the association. I will lead a strategy (via emails, text messages, and phone calls) that will pull many of the alums together to strengthen the association and support our alma mater.

Also, I will find an appropriate time and date and host “Home Coming” of all Proud ECC Alumni that we can refer to as “the Alumni Day”. Again, during each year’s graduation, the ECC Alumni group leadership will have the platform to address all graduates and create a path for them to enroll in the association. Finally, I will promote a stronger relationship between the Association and the College’s Administration as well as the Board of Trustees.

I know, we are in a busy world with busy schedules, especially in this covid era, so I will limit my message to just these few ones, but I promise you all, that if I am voted as the President of this great group, I will work together with you all, to uplift the name of this Great Institution. Long Live ECC Alumni, Long Live ECC!

Thank You.

View Aubrey's Bio

My name is Aubrey Melville, and I hereby submit my intention to run for the positions of (1) President, as well as for (2) Treasurer, of the Essex County College Alumni Association (ECCAA).

I graduated from Essex County College in the spring of 2018. I currently work, in a consulting capacity, as an Accountant.

I believe that, as president of ECCAA, I can help to restore the association to being a vibrant progressive organization that would be able to help ECC, and indeed the Newark community, to progress academically.

As treasurer, I have the knowledge and experience to competently meet the responsibility of any obligations and or challenges that the position may demand.

I have previously held leadership positions in many organizations, including Trade Union, political organizations, and other Civic organizations. I am accustomed to functioning in professional environments, having worked for many years, in positions of responsibility, including as a Senior Accountant and also as a Business Analyst for Fortune 500 companies. I have also served as a member of the Board of Directors of for-profit, as well as not-for-profit, corporations.

My objective for seeking a leadership position on the ECCAA executive board is to assist my fellow alumni in bringing positive, impactful change to ECC, and wherever possible, influence like changes in Essex County as a whole.

View Ikhlass' Bio

Ikhlass Adam Barka is an Electrical Engineer working at Pennsylvania Power and Light (PPL) as a Transmission Line Engineer where she engineers projects with voltages varying from 69 kV to 500 kV. She also studies the feasibility of new facilities to be connected to the grid. Before moving to this position, she also worked as a strategist in various Protection and Substation projects; one of the most outstanding work was the implementation of Substation remote access to retrieve data remotely in case of disturbance.

Ikhlass graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Summa Cum Laude) and Masters in Power and Energy Systems. Ikhlass has also an Associate Degree is Electronic Engineering from Essex County College (ECC) with highest honor.

Throughout her years in college, she held various positions such as the President of the African Students Association in ECC and VP of communication of Math Club. She focused her effort organizing free Math Tutoring Programs, book drive for the displaced kids of Darfur and different refugee camps and advocated for girls in Engineering.

She currently serves as the Community Service and Outreach Lead of the Young Leaders Business resource group within her company and focuses her effort to help the community within and outside the Lehigh Valley. She as well initiated with a group of female engineers TechGyrls encouraging girls into the STEM program. She is also one of the founding fathers of North American Chadian Initiative (NACI) and serves as the Community Engagement Chair. Internationally, she is a board member of Breeders/Farmers conflicts in Chad that make hundreds of victims yearly.

Ikhlass is a mother of 2 kids and is an avid traveler and a passionate cook. She also loves to read, play/ watch and dedicate her free time to her community.

She heartily wants to help widen her efforts in the community, reason why she has decided to run for the President of Essex County College Alumni. She believes her various experiences with different organizations and her dedication towards helping would make her a great fit.

View Tanisha's Bio

The role of the president would be an Intensive yet exciting role. I strongly feel, having the opportunity to connect with other alumni’s (virtually or physically) and creating new ways to communicate with others electronically is vital. I have a fighting spirit and I know hard work very well.  I plan to bring forward new ideas and strategies that can provide adequate support during meetings and other activities. I plan to collaborate and work closely with the committee in every aspect. I understand everything is a learning process and one must always be professional, manage time, and have organization. It would be an honor to be a part of the Essex County College Alumni committee.

 

CANDIDATES FOR

VICE-PRESIDENT

View Nkuah's Bio

Dear Fellow ECC Alumni,

My name is Mr. Nkuah Asare, Class of 2015. I am aspiring for the position of ECC Alumni President (or Vice President). I did my Associate degree in Environmental Science. After ECC, I went to NJIT to pursue my undergrad in Civil Engineering. Currently, I have my master’s in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Geotechnical Engineering. I work for Frank H. Lehr Consulting Civil Engineers as a Geotechnical Engineer.

I would like to request your vote to the seat of the office of Presidency (or Vice President) to serve our Proud ECC Alumni Group. I own my current education and position because of ECC and it is time for me to give back. Many leaders, when put into such positions forget the role of “a Leader and a Follower”. The two work together to achieve the goals and objectives of the organization. In the absence of the other party, the remaining one, especially the leader can never be successful in that position.

If you cast your vote for me to become the President of this great association, I will work hard to foster unity and growth of the association. I will lead a strategy (via emails, text messages, and phone calls) that will pull many of the alums together to strengthen the association and support our alma mater.

Also, I will find an appropriate time and date and host “Home Coming” of all Proud ECC Alumni that we can refer to as “the Alumni Day”. Again, during each year’s graduation, the ECC Alumni group leadership will have the platform to address all graduates and create a path for them to enroll in the association. Finally, I will promote a stronger relationship between the Association and the College’s Administration as well as the Board of Trustees.

I know, we are in a busy world with busy schedules, especially in this covid era, so I will limit my message to just these few ones, but I promise you all, that if I am voted as the President of this great group, I will work together with you all, to uplift the name of this Great Institution. Long Live ECC Alumni, Long Live ECC!

Thank You.

View Corneille's Bio

My name is Corneille Adanou and I am currently a Senior Risk Analyst at Invesco Ltd in Atlanta, GA. I previously worked as a Risk Analyst at Synovus bank before moving into this position.

I graduated from St John’s University with a bachelor’s degree in Risk Management and Insurance; I completed my MBA with dual focus in Finance and Risk Management at Georgia State University. I also have an Associate Degree in Mathematics from Essex County College (ECC).

Throughout my years in college, I was a member of various organizations such as the Math Club, The African Student Association, and held the position of VP of the organization of Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Essex County College. I held the position of President of the Student Government Association of the Manhattan campus at St John’s University. I also participated in free Math Tutoring Programs, book drives etc.

I am a photographer, a soccer player and an avid reader in my spare time.

I would love to help widen the impact of Essex County College in the community, which is why I decided to run for Vice President of Essex County College Alumni Association. I strongly believe my various experience and strong connection with the Essex County community will help make a difference.

View Stephenie's Bio

My name is Stephenie Carter am I am running for Vice President/Treasurer positions within the ECC Alumni Association. I graduated from Essex County College in 2002 and furthered my education at Rutgers University. Where I received my Bachelor of Science (Criminal Justice/ Sociology) and Master’s in Public Administration (MPA).  Currently, I am the Senior Program Assistant for the Office of Academic Success at Rutgers University (School of Nursing).

My interest in running for the above positions has to do with reviving the ECC Alumni Association. The Alumni Association has not been active for some time and needs to be revived. I am a team player and would bring a fresh set of ideas to aid in the rebuilding of this Association. Our Alumni Association needs to be revived and energized to serve our community, graduates, and the current student population at large. Essex County College is where my story begun. I was provided the tools and a strong foundation to move forward and pursue my future educational goals and dreams.

 

I am proud to be an Alumni and being able to revive the Alumni Association is a way to show my pride and give back in the hopes of benefiting current and future Alumni. Simply put “To Whom much is Given, much is required”.

View Mignon's Bio

“Newark is a college town where the road to success runs through. For many ECC is the first stop on that road. Help us continue to be the beacon of hope in this brave new world as we help many more navigate the road to success”.

View Linda's Bio

Hello! My name is Linda santiague. I am running for the position of Vice President for the Alumni chapter.  As an alumna, I want to play an active role in the ongoing improvement of our school and its many facets. I began my journey at ECC in 2011, and during this time, I had the privilege to serve in multiple organizations, including the Haitian Student Association, Cari-club, Christian ministry, and more. One of my favorite memories as an ECC student was being part of a program called “Project Degree.”  At the core of these great memories were my classmates and the excellent staff and professors, who dedicated their time to ensure that each student’s needs were met. This experience has helped me pursue a career in the human services field as a social worker and a mental health advocate. Therefore, being part of the alumni board will be an excellent way to be a part of a team involved not only in the current student’s lives but also in future/upcoming students. Therefore, as your VP, I will be constantly connected to the school and involved in issues that affect the school’s standing and sense of community.

Thank you in advance for your consideration of my candidacy.

I’m counting on your VOTE!

View Lev's Bio

My name is Lev Zilbermints, Class of 1993. I am running for the positions of Vice President and Corresponding Secretary.

What I want to do is build bridges between alumni, students, faculty, staff and administration as well as the community.  I would like to give examples of what I plan to do if elected.

First, we need to reach out to the corporate and private and government sectors. There are alumni that could help our school raise money for scholarships and much needed programs.

Second, we could make use of alumni as mentors to current and incoming students. This would allow a greater interest by high school students and college students in our school. Retention rate and enrollment rate would increase if we can build bridges between alumni and students from colleges and high schools.

Third, we can search for and hire ECC alumni to be college professors. Since they know the needs of Essex County College, it will be for them to relate to students and their needs.

Fourth, the alumni Association can partner with other alumni associations, colleges, private sector, etc., to create events and programs at Essex County College. The student government recently did a food distribution event. Perhaps the alumni association could do a similar event. Or have educational seminars, programs and lectures.

Fifth, I would like to recruit more alumni for our alumni association. Perhaps we could have a contact person for each decade, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s. Alumni who graduated in each decade would contact the contact person. This way we can reach more alumni.

Having given these examples, I now would like to mention my education. I have an A.S. Liberal Arts, Humanities, from ECC, class of 1993. My bachelor’s degree, Political Science, magna cum laude, or higher honors, is from Bloomfield College, Class of 1996. Finally, my Masters degree, Political Science, is from Rutgers Newark, Graduate School Newark, Class of 2005.

A bit about myself. I am originally from Moscow, Russia. My family came here in 1975. Currently I live in Newark, N.J.

Hobbies include reading, writing poetry, playing chess, and watching movies. It should be mentioned that I have been the chess champion of Essex County since 1995 and of Union County since 2014.

I am the Acting President of West Orange Chess Club; President of the Garden State Chess League; Editor-in-Chief of Unorthodox Openings Newsletter. Professionally I am a reporter with Local Talk newspaper of Maplewood, N.J. You can find my articles at localtalkweekly.com

Thank you for your attention. Vote Lev Zilbermints for Vice President and Corresponding Secretary.

 

OTHER CANDIDATES FOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Lorenzo Lee-Copeland – Class of 2014

 

CANDIDATES FOR

RECORDING SECRETARY

View Nesseline's Bio

I am running for secretary, and member at large, because I would like to share my experiences, and any opportunities that may arise such as internships, co-ops with the students at ECC to better equip them when entering the professional world. As a Caribbean immigrant, a woman, a woman of color, I know what it is like not to have all the boxes checked when applying for an opportunity. By holding a position on the alumni board, it will allow me to help, give back to this college, and this community that has contributed to my success. I will work my hardest to work as team with the board to implement new ways to bring more opportunities to students at ECC.

 

CANDIDATES FOR

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

View Allison's Bio

Allison was not a child born of means, privilege of access. She was raised in Newark, NJ Housing Authority Projects; an environment that presented its own unique set of life challenges. Allison experienced and survived domestic violence, sexual abuse (as a child), the loss of both parents at a young age, homelessness, and the tragic loss of her back then fiancée to gun violence she herself is a survival of gun violence. Despite life’s hard knocks, she used these adversities as fuel for her fire to be and do more! Each traumatic experience served a unique catalyst for her aspiration to create something larger than herself. Allison felt that during her childhood she was deprived of opportunities to live, love, and laugh; she vowed to one day create an organization that would fill the void for girls in the community who may have had similar experiences. Allison is a woman of action and true to her word, she founded Girls; Live, Love, Inc. (GLLL) in 2009. Allison has received plentiful community, city, and state acknowledgements, which consist of resolutions, proclamations, community service, leadership, and a humanitarian award. However, Allison’s must prideful moments are obtaining an Associate Degree from Essex County College (making Allison a first-generation grade out of nine siblings), a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University – Newark at the age of forty-nine years old and a Proclamation from the city of Newark Mayor Ras. J. Baraka declaring September 14th Allison James Day and September 15th Girls: Live, Love, Laugh Inc. Day in the city of Newark, NJ. Allison and her organization Girls: Live, Love, Laugh Inc. are the first to receive esteem recognition in Newark, NJ.

Girls Live, Love, Laugh Inc. (GLLL) is a 501c (3) nonprofit organization focusing on scholars living with limited resources in the inner city of Newark New Jersey.  The organization builds a safe passage for building leadership skills, developing self-esteem, entrepreneurship, acquiring college readiness skills, the fundamentals of savings, and teaching the importance of civic engagement in the community. GLLL implements a variety of programs that focus on tackling many of the pressing issues girls face today. GLLL is building a culture of girls who live, love, and laugh while in pursuit of excellence. Allison has built a foundation from the same Newark soil that once deprived her of her childhood she found her deepest passion to give girls an opportunity to develop in a healthy environment, after she rose from the ashes of personal struggles to date Allison’s organization has mentored over two-thousand girls with an 89% track record of girls attending college.

Currently, Allison works for the Department of Child Protection and Permanency, is a Commissioner on the Commission of the Status of Women in Newark, a community servant, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated women a change agent for all mankind. Allison will bring a strong background of diverse leadership skills to the Essex County College Alumni Associates, she is resourceful, dedicated to her community at-large and it would be an honor to serve on the Essex County College Alumni Associates Board and is capable and willing to serve in any capacity that the electoral community sees appropriate for her.

View Lev's Bio

My name is Lev Zilbermints, Class of 1993. I am running for the positions of Vice President and Corresponding Secretary.

What I want to do is build bridges between alumni, students, faculty, staff and administration as well as the community.  I would like to give examples of what I plan to do if elected.

First, we need to reach out to the corporate and private and government sectors. There are alumni that could help our school raise money for scholarships and much needed programs.

Second, we could make use of alumni as mentors to current and incoming students. This would allow a greater interest by high school students and college students in our school. Retention rate and enrollment rate would increase if we can build bridges between alumni and students from colleges and high schools.

Third, we can search for and hire ECC alumni to be college professors. Since they know the needs of Essex County College, it will be for them to relate to students and their needs.

Fourth, the alumni Association can partner with other alumni associations, colleges, private sector, etc., to create events and programs at Essex County College. The student government recently did a food distribution event. Perhaps the alumni association could do a similar event. Or have educational seminars, programs and lectures.

Fifth, I would like to recruit more alumni for our alumni association. Perhaps we could have a contact person for each decade, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s. Alumni who graduated in each decade would contact the contact person. This way we can reach more alumni.

Having given these examples, I now would like to mention my education. I have an A.S. Liberal Arts, Humanities, from ECC, class of 1993. My bachelor’s degree, Political Science, magna cum laude, or higher honors, is from Bloomfield College, Class of 1996. Finally, my Masters degree, Political Science, is from Rutgers Newark, Graduate School Newark, Class of 2005.

A bit about myself. I am originally from Moscow, Russia. My family came here in 1975. Currently I live in Newark, N.J.

Hobbies include reading, writing poetry, playing chess, and watching movies. It should be mentioned that I have been the chess champion of Essex County since 1995 and of Union County since 2014.

I am the Acting President of West Orange Chess Club; President of the Garden State Chess League; Editor-in-Chief of Unorthodox Openings Newsletter. Professionally I am a reporter with Local Talk newspaper of Maplewood, N.J. You can find my articles at localtalkweekly.com

Thank you for your attention. Vote Lev Zilbermints for Vice President and Corresponding Secretary.

 

CANDIDATES FOR

TREASURER

View Stephenie's Bio

My name is Stephenie Carter am I am running for Vice President/Treasurer positions within the ECC Alumni Association. I graduated from Essex County College in 2002 and furthered my education at Rutgers University. Where I received my Bachelor of Science (Criminal Justice/ Sociology) and Master’s in Public Administration (MPA).  Currently, I am the Senior Program Assistant for the Office of Academic Success at Rutgers University (School of Nursing).

My interest in running for the above positions has to do with reviving the ECC Alumni Association. The Alumni Association has not been active for some time and needs to be revived. I am a team player and would bring a fresh set of ideas to aid in the rebuilding of this Association. Our Alumni Association needs to be revived and energized to serve our community, graduates, and the current student population at large. Essex County College is where my story begun. I was provided the tools and a strong foundation to move forward and pursue my future educational goals and dreams.

 

I am proud to be an Alumni and being able to revive the Alumni Association is a way to show my pride and give back in the hopes of benefiting current and future Alumni. Simply put “To Whom much is Given, much is required”.

View Aubrey's Bio

My name is Aubrey Melville, and I hereby submit my intention to run for the positions of (1) President, as well as for (2) Treasurer, of the Essex County College Alumni Association (ECCAA).

I graduated from Essex County College in the spring of 2018. I currently work, in a consulting capacity, as an Accountant.

I believe that, as president of ECCAA, I can help to restore the association to being a vibrant progressive organization that would be able to help ECC, and indeed the Newark community, to progress academically.

As treasurer, I have the knowledge and experience to competently meet the responsibility of any obligations and or challenges that the position may demand.

I have previously held leadership positions in many organizations, including Trade Union, political organizations, and other Civic organizations. I am accustomed to functioning in professional environments, having worked for many years, in positions of responsibility, including as a Senior Accountant and also as a Business Analyst for Fortune 500 companies. I have also served as a member of the Board of Directors of for-profit, as well as not-for-profit, corporations.

My objective for seeking a leadership position on the ECCAA executive board is to assist my fellow alumni in bringing positive, impactful change to ECC, and wherever possible, influence like changes in Essex County as a whole.

View Rolguens' Bio

My name is Rolguens Saturne, BS, MBA. I graduated from Essex County College in May 2013 with an Associate in Biology, and I transferred to Rutgers University, where I hold my Bachelor in biological science. Last year, I graduated from NJIT with an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) and was honored to be an Academic Excellence award recipient. I am currently working for Phoenix Chemical Inc. as Director of Regulatory Affairs.I believe the alumni association is the voice of all our alums. I want to work on ways to get more visibility and involvement to those alums who feel proud of Essex County College but are disconnected and help identify ways to engage them. I am running as the Treasury of the ECC alumni association. I believe being an executive member of the alumni association will offer me the opportunity to serve current students, alums, and the community in meaningful ways.

 

My wife and I both graduated from Essex County College, and now we are blessed with our 7-month-old son. Essex County College means a lot to me personally, and I know I can play a more significant role at Essex County College. My qualification to be a treasurer lies in my experience, values, and leadership skills necessary to achieve progress. This election is about a vision. A vision of Essex County College where the Alumni association can effectively allocate student funds, making sure we appeal to all students, budgets are balanced with utmost transparency. As future Treasurer of the ECC alumni Association, I look forward to serving students from every class to promote an even stronger and more cohesive student body.

Thank you for your consideration.

View Patricks' Bio

My name is Patrick Saint Fort, and I am running to become the next Essex County Alumni association’s Treasurer. Why do I want to become treasurer of the group?

After graduating from Essex County College and transferred to Rutgers University to finish my bachelor’s, I started to understand the importance of the school and the role it had played in many generations of students.

Although the school has achieved a lot, the school faces many challenges, especially after the pandemic. It will require for all ECC’s sons and daughters to come together to carry the school forward.

One of my main goals is to help bring a network of former graduates who will, in turn, help to raise the profile of the college. I will try to bring like-minded individuals Just like most other college student organizations to become school ambassadors and recruit a new generation of students who will become the new leaders.

I have worked in many different industries from Big 4 accounting firms like KPMG to AIG one of the leading companies in the Insurance industry and now Essex County College as an Adjunct Accounting Professor. For a while though, I have asked myself whether I was in the right profession or not, I wanted to give back to the school that has afforded me so much, so I had decided to seek a teaching position at ECC and now I want to offer my service as a volunteer to the alumni association.

Vote for me (Patrick Saint Fort) to become the new Essex County Alumni Association’s treasurer and you will not regret it.

Thank you,

 

 

 

CANDIDATES FOR

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

 

View Maria's Bio

A better tomorrow starts with proactive planning. The essence of empowering your community starts with a commitment to excellence and a growth mindset. This is what I bring to the table. As Member at Large along It’s time to take ECC to the next level. Our community needs this, and together we will make it. Vote Maria J. Andrade for ECC Alumni Board -Member at Large.

“The power to empower, That’s the game-changer” MJA

View Corneille's Bio

My name is Corneille Adanou and I am currently a Senior Risk Analyst at Invesco Ltd in Atlanta, GA. I previously worked as a Risk Analyst at Synovus bank before moving into this position.

I graduated from St John’s University with a bachelor’s degree in Risk Management and Insurance; I completed my MBA with dual focus in Finance and Risk Management at Georgia State University. I also have an Associate Degree in Mathematics from Essex County College (ECC).

Throughout my years in college, I was a member of various organizations such as the Math Club, The African Student Association, and held the position of VP of the organization of Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Essex County College. I held the position of President of the Student Government Association of the Manhattan campus at St John’s University. I also participated in free Math Tutoring Programs, book drives etc.

I am a photographer, a soccer player and an avid reader in my spare time.

I would love to help widen the impact of Essex County College in the community. I strongly believe my various experience and strong connection with the Essex County community will help make a difference.

View Serena's Bio

My name is Serena Barnes and I am a member of the 1996 ECC graduating class. At ECC, I was VP of SGA during the 1995-96 term. I was a senator the previous year. I was also 1996 Student Leader of the Year. One of my biggest accomplishments was the restarting of the ICC – Interclub Council. I was also inducted into Phi Theta Kappa and received multiple scholarships to continue my education which I did at George Washington University in DC. I later attended American University, Washington College of Law, and became a member of the MD Bar in 2004.

Personally, I am a married mother of 4 plus any foster child that comes to my home. I am a Brooklyn, NY native but attended 5th and 6th grade in Newark (Madison) before moving back to NY. I then came back and attended ECC- originally as a nursing student where I was told I had the highest entrance exam that year. I decided not to go into nursing on the advice of an advisor in the Student Life office, who thought I would make a better lawyer.

I am a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc and a hard-working member of my community. I run a monthly Kwanzaa 365 online program which provides education for practical application of Kwanzaa principles year-round. I was just awarded 2020-2021 Delta of the Year at my chapter. Of my accomplishments with the chapter, my most treasured is spearheading and managing an effort to bring 20000 brand new books to our area children.

I have a career in contract management having worked for over 15 years for various Fortune 500 companies. My work primarily involves risk analysis and avoidance through sound contracting practices.

I currently live only a state away in Pennsylvania.

I am known for my sense of humor, hard work ethic, and laid-back personality.

I believe my education, my drive toward community, my experiences both personal and professional and my love for and belief in ECC would only be assets to the position of Member at Large. If elected, the first thing I would do is simply listen. I would try to see how I can be of service to the ECC community and use my talents where needed. Once engaged, I would work tirelessly toward the mission and goals of the Alumni Association and ECC.

Thank you for your time in reading my brief bio and I am available for any questions.

Serena S. Barnes, Esq.

OTHER CANDIDATES FOR MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

Lorenzo Lee-Copeland Graduate of 2014

Margaret Davis-Kreps – Graduate of 2014

 

 

 

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