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  • Molloy College - Support
    of Fundraising Professionals Benefits Insurance Career Development Center Transcript Request Madison Theatre Welcome New Graduates Social Media Alumni Association Facebook Page Alumni LinkedIn Group Twitter Office of Advancement Attend Events Event Photos Athletic Schedules Madison Theatre About Molloy Mission Molloy News Molloy Publications Molloy History and Traditions Directions Molloy Offices and Services Molloy Life News Irish Studies Institute Irish Institute Donations Irish Studies Institute Advisory Board Irish Institute Classes Irish Institute Events Irish Institute Oral History Make a Gift Capital Campaign Buy A Brick Scholarships Corporate Relations Rebecca Center First Time Login Login Support Request Support Tell Us How We Can Help To contact member support for questions and comments please complete and send the form below Support will reply to you via e mail From Name From Email Class Year Please Choose 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

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  • Molloy College - Scholarships, A Way to Give
    Profiles Affinity Groups Alumni Business Group Athletics Tell a Friend Update your Information Privacy statement Development and Alumni Relations Association of Fundraising Professionals Benefits Insurance Career Development Center Transcript Request Madison Theatre Welcome New Graduates Social Media Alumni Association Facebook Page Alumni LinkedIn Group Twitter Office of Advancement Attend Events Event Photos Athletic Schedules Madison Theatre About Molloy Mission Molloy News Molloy Publications Molloy History and Traditions Directions Molloy Offices and Services Molloy Life News Irish Studies Institute Irish Institute Donations Irish Studies Institute Advisory Board Irish Institute Classes Irish Institute Events Irish Institute Oral History Make a Gift Capital Campaign Buy A Brick Scholarships Corporate Relations Rebecca Center First Time Login Login Support Header Content Scholarships A Way to Give Please click on the DONATE button to choose from an alphabetical list of scholarships Your gift will continue the great tradition that Molloy established As the endowments for these scholarships continue to grow Molloy will be able to increase the number of recipients and impact more lives Molloy College is very appreciative of all those that have made these scholarships possible If you would like any information about these scholarships or if you are interested in endowing your own

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  • Molloy College - Corporate Annual Giving Program
    Office of Advancement Attend Events Event Photos Athletic Schedules Madison Theatre About Molloy Mission Molloy News Molloy Publications Molloy History and Traditions Directions Molloy Offices and Services Molloy Life News Irish Studies Institute Irish Institute Donations Irish Studies Institute Advisory Board Irish Institute Classes Irish Institute Events Irish Institute Oral History Make a Gift Capital Campaign Buy A Brick Scholarships Corporate Relations Rebecca Center First Time Login Login Support Corporate Annual Giving Program Thank you for reviewing this information about the Molloy College Corporate Annual Giving Program For us at Molloy this sponsorship program has been a truly successful approach in reducing the number of appeals that come across your desk annually The Corporate Annual Giving Program offers your organization a unique opportunity to direct your donation towards supporting many of the events and programs we offer during the year and help increase scholarship opportunities for our students Each package will take into consideration areas of interest for your company and can be modified to support at your financial level of interest Leadership through Service is an ideal that is promoted to our students at the College in order to prepare them for the future Your donation supports us twofold

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  • Molloy College - Planned Giving
    Social Media Alumni Association Facebook Page Alumni LinkedIn Group Twitter Office of Advancement Attend Events Event Photos Athletic Schedules Madison Theatre About Molloy Mission Molloy News Molloy Publications Molloy History and Traditions Directions Molloy Offices and Services Molloy Life News Irish Studies Institute Irish Institute Donations Irish Studies Institute Advisory Board Irish Institute Classes Irish Institute Events Irish Institute Oral History Make a Gift Capital Campaign Buy A Brick Scholarships Corporate Relations Rebecca Center First Time Login Login Support Planned Giving at Molloy College Make a Difference in the Future of Molloy College Be the change you want to see in the world Mahatma Gandhi Bequest simply name Molloy College in your will or estate plans Life Insurance name Molloy College as the beneficiary Join the 1955 Society individually or form a giving circle Gift of Appreciated Securities Receive the latest edition of Legacy A Donor Advisory Newsletter The best way to continue your presence in the community is to make plans for its future Planned giving is a way to do that A planned gift helps you give more to the college than you thought possible while still providing you or someone you designate with favorable financial and or

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  • Molloy College - Mary Ann Tuttle
    Buy A Brick Scholarships Corporate Relations Rebecca Center First Time Login Login Support Mary Ann Tuttle 61 Mary Ann Tuttle a 1961 graduate of Molloy College has actively remained involved in Molloy s growth expansion and as a participant member in a myriad of college activities affairs and committees since her graduation She is most appreciative to Molloy for having presented many opportunities to foster and maintain concepts of individual accountability and an understanding of abstract and creative thinking through delineation and meaningful interactions on a humanistic level Her studies at Molloy College also successfully helped in coordinating her professional and administrative skills so that a higher level of leadership in today s progressively animated educational environments could be realized Mary Ann served as the Alumni President for ten years and was a member of the Board of Trustees for 21 years She has been bestowed with the honor of Trustee Emerita for which she is most grateful During her tenure as Board Member she served as Chairman of the Future Directions Committee which researched and explored the change to co education of the college Executive Committee Academic Committee and the Development Committee Mary Ann s many years of progressively expanded responsibility and diversification in the world of academia has given her an expertise in the areas of Instruction Educational Administration Supervision Public Relations Federal State Grant Writing Communication Skills Budgetary Funding and Educational Administration Her career has included that of Classroom Teacher Director of Gifted Education Alternative Education Principal of a Middle and High School and Adjunct Professor While working in education Mary Ann earned a Master of Science Degree in Educational Administration and a Diploma of Advanced Study in Instructional Communications and Educational Administration from Hofstra University Related certifications were also obtained from University of London London England

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  • Molloy College - Rosemary Kotula
    over guarding Since we were so few students we were also exposed to one on one interaction with a variety of very accomplished professors Dr Smith Sr Theresa Margaret Miss Bradley Dr O Mara and of course Father Benack Knowing what I know now I wish I could go back and repeat those wonderful years So I graduated in 1959 with a BA in History and was recommended by Sr Theresa Margaret to St John s University for a Graduate Assistantship in the History Department In 1961 with a newly minted MA I married and had dour beautiful children On Father s Day in 1971 I walked down the hallway at Mercy Hospital with my four children then aged 2 to 7 to visit my husband who was thought to have had a heart attack The realization hit me that with all my formal education I had no clear way of actually making a living should that become a necessity I decided to return to Molloy and enter the Competency Based Teacher Education CBTE program in the hopes of pursuing a teaching career After two years of substituting and fielding about 200 resumes I decided to just get a job I took a position at a company that was computerizing the typesetting of the New England Telephone Directories No one not even the managers seemed to know why problems cropped up and things went wrong with the program Not being a technical person I asked with some trepidation to be allowed to study the documentation over the weekend What a revelation After reading I figured out the problems and was eventually promoted to Supervisor This in turn set the stage for my next job as Marketing Support Rep MSR at an optical character recognition company where my last title was National Technical Coordinator and led to my final position at a major computer vendor in the Banking and Financial District I had successive positions as Customer Support Manager Systems Consultant to learn the business Marketing Support Manager and finally Sales Sales Management My clients were Fortune 100 companies State Local Government I retired in 2000 and volunteered at Literacy Volunteers for five years and for six years to the present at the VA Hospital in Northport at the Ambassador Desk Describe your career life choices and how you came to what you are doing now A number of things came together to provide the impetus for my present occupation small business entrepreneur and co owner of TheCraftyTwins com The combination of a lifelong love of crafting and creating handmade treasures success in sales and marketing in my prior career and most importantly the collaboration with my twin sister also a graduate of Molloy s first graduating class who retired from the VA in 2010 after a 21 year career as a Social Worker MSW CSW counselor and therapist What is the most rewarding aspect of your job The most rewarding aspect of this job is in the gratification of creativity

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  • Molloy College - Elizabeth Farella
    Syosset where she earned her Wilson Reading Certification She presently teaches Reading for the North Bellmore School District She had a story about her journey to becoming a reading teacher published in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and will have an article published in the fall in the Wilson Decoder The article highlights a mentor reading program she and her colleagues began which pairs older and younger readers together in a cooperative learning experience Elizabeth s daughter Caroline plans on attending Molloy as a freshman in the fall of 2013 Caroline would be a third generation Molloy woman since her grandmother Marianne Farella is also a graduate After I graduated from Molloy College I started my teaching career in the Malverne School District I felt so well prepared to accept a position as a first grade teacher During my tenure in Malverne I earned my Master s Degree in Reading with a concentration in the area of Learning Disabilities I married a wonderful man and had three beautiful daughters I am presently a reading teacher for the North Bellmore School District The most rewarding part of my job is sharing my love of reading with my students Bringing a child into the world of being a successful reader or providing skills and encouragement for a student to get further along on his her journey in reading is my highest purpose My daily goal is to provide students with a safe and nurturing environment where they can be challenged in a positive way I am honored to see the look of joy and accomplishment on the face of a child who reads a book for the first time or makes a deeper connection with the world Molloy College helped me to be an effective teacher by providing me with

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  • Molloy College - Terrie Magro
    MA program I graduated from NYU with an MA Nursing as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in 1980 I continued working at St Francis Hospital and one day a week I accepted an adjunct faculty position at Adelphi University in their Undergraduate Nursing program My next clinical career move was to work as a clinical nurse specialist which I pursued at Huntington Hospital I also spent some time at North Shore Manhasset as Assistant Head Nurse on a surgical unit Along the way I decided to branch out of the hospital setting and into the business side of nursing I have been working in sales since 1985 Currently I am working for Liberty Medical a division of Medco Health as a Territory Manager in the field of diabetes A nursing background coupled with medical sales is a great combination My daily interactions with physicians case managers and nurses allow me to teach and educate about the products and service What is the most rewarding aspect of your job Autonomy Each day is different some days are educationally focused with patients and clinicians Other days I am assisting in negotiating parts of managed care contracts offering added value service Networking opportunities are endless As a territory manager I am responsible for running my territory as my own business Liberty Medical is located in Port St Lucy Florida Each decision I make has an impact on how product is delivered Educating consumers and patients how to navigate the healthcare system and the insurance maze is my favorite part Who are your role models My role models were my head Nurse and Assistant head nurse at St Francis Hospital in the 1970 s How do you balance work and life My job as a nurse is rewarding but my role as the co founder

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