You may have left the campus, but you will always be a vital part of our campus community.
Alumni of The Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies have moved on to successful careers and hold many leadership positions in a variety of fields. Your collective accomplishments are a source of great pride for the College. Your shared experiences continue to play an important role in promoting personal and professional growth and lifelong learning at your alma mater. Whether you simply want to reconnect with classmates, network with professionals, or provide support for academic programs, there are many ways for alumni to engage with the University and continue to make those lasting connections.
An outstanding administrator who takes a personal interest in the children who attend Highlander Charter School, Jane Picciotti likes that she sees students enter as 4-year-olds and watches them grow to seniors in high school, creating powerful relationships with the students and their families along the way.
A respected attorney and advocate, Laura Pisaturo has dedicated much of her career to public service, and is a committed leader for issues pertaining to women, children and the LGBT community.
A veterinary surgeon and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health, Dr. Susan Corning has enjoyed a career working internationally in both human and animal health. She has led organizations and held senior executive positions in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors in healthcare, animal welfare, philanthropy and pharmaceutical industries.
“I was determined,” said Janet Brouillette, who made the decision to return to college 30 years after taking courses at the Community College. Janet graduated in May 2016 with a BIS degree in Health Services Administration, and received the University’s Academic Excellence Award.