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Bob and Lisa Adams, James and Lisa Ann Alter, American Online Giving Foundation, Anonymous, Anonymous, Asia Alternatives Management LLC, Atlanta Capital Management, Bank of America, David Bell, James and Joan Bell, Bond, Schoeneck & King, Tracy Brown, Alice and Brian Browne, Thomas and Joan Browne, Maureen Cafferty and Donald McAllister, William Chaplin, Chartwells, Chatham Asset Management, LLC, John P. Clarke, William and Lesley Collins, Collins Building Services, Raymond Condon, Congregation of the Mission, Phyllis Conn, Frank Connolly-Weinert, Consolidated Printing Co., Thomas and Celeste Cox, Michael and Paige Cragg, Kevin Creagh, Anthony and Eileen Croghan, Peter and Margaret D'Angelo, Nick and Dorothea Davatzes, Della DeKay, Rosalba Del Vecchio, Pascal Desroches and Yvette DeGannes, Russell DiGate, Kevin and Barbara Donnellan, Michael Downton, Dynamic US Inc., Echo Street, Elsevier Inc., Joseph G. Ennis, Ph.D., Ernst & Young, Ismael Escalera, Paul and Carol Evanson, F&F Roofing, James Finnegan, Patrick Flanagan CM, Ph.D., Gina Florio, Follett Higher Education Group, James and Annmarie Galowski, Garfunkel Wild, Robert A. Wild, Michael J. Keane, Conrado "Bobby" and Clavel Gempesaw, Ph.D., Glenn Gerstner, Marc Gillespie, Anita Gomez-Palacio, Charles and Kerri Granito, Robert and Catherine Grillo, Jeanmarie Grisi, Joan and Steven Haig, Maria Handler, Harrington Ocko and Monk, Lucy Heckman, Greg and Susan Hendrick, Beryl F. Herdt Ph.D., Demetrius and Shannon Hewitt Watkins, James Hogan, Carolina Hojaij, John J. Holliday, Jr., Aliya Holmes, Mary Ann Howland, Pharm.D., James and Ann Hurt, Michael and Kathryn Hutchinson-Majsak, William Janetschek, Robert and Corinne Kalenka, Theresa Kelly, RSM, Joseph and Ellen Kenny, Key Private Bank, Jijun Kim, KPMG, LLC, Mark Kritzman, Joan Lacagnina, Frank Le Veness, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Carolyn Madaio, Robert and Joan McGuire, Thomas E. McInerney '64UC, '01HON, Paula G. McInerney,, James Maher, C.M., Robert and Judith Mangione, John Marchi, Teresa Mason, Mason Technologies Inc., Joseph and Mary Ann Mattone, Michael Mattone, Wilson McDermut, Thomas F. McKenna, Andre McKenzie, Med-Tek Contracting, Inc., Louis and Kathleen Meehan, Suzanne Miller, Thomas and Virginia Miller, Simon Moller, William and Margaret Montogoris, Moran Technology Consulting, Inc., Morgan Stanley, MSG, Patrick and Elizabeth Muchow, Murphy and Ed Romano, Neon Liberty Capital Management, John Neumann, New York Life Group Benefits Solutions, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Jospeh and Antoinette O'Connor, Jim O'Keefe, Joesph and Mary Jayne Oliva, Owl Rock, Anne Pacione, Peppertree Capital Management, Philibert Engenreering, PC, Charles and Joanne Piluso, Yvonne Pratt-Johnson, Presidio Co., Protiviti, Mark and Susan Quigley, Randstad Tech, Spencer and Naoko Reames, Kevin and JoAnn Reed, Lewis and Karen Rice, Heather Robertson, Jorge Rodriguez, Yenniry Rodriguez, Rosenwach Tank Co. LLC, Joseph Rumenapp, Linda M. Sama, Linda Sanford, Joesph and Maria Schwartz, Jospeh Sciame, Sunny Sessa, James and Anissa Shannon, Norean Sharpe, Brian and Patricia Shea, Peter and Branda Sherry, Patricia Skarulis, Spectrum Enterprise, Starr Foundation, Brandon and Lise Sweitzer, Synchrony Financial, Joseph and Eileen Tarantino, TCG Legacy, Victoria Terrana, The Asbestos Contractor, Inc., The Coca Cola Company, Tarik and Emanuelle Turner, John and Florence Tutunjian, Two Tone Contracting Corp., Frederick and Judy Umbach, University Health Plans, Christian and Cindy Vaupel, Jason and Cathy Verrelli, Douglas Vetter, Monica Wagner, Patricia Walter, Jeffrey Wengroff, Western Asset Management Company, Susan White, Paul and Theresa Wirth, Edward and Maura Woods, Mr. Damon Young, Salvatore and Patty Zizza
Since its inception in 1998, the Annual President’s Dinner has been a celebration of what makes St. John’s University unique – the vibrant combination of scholarship and service. For more than 150 years, the University has been “faithful to the mission,” committed to extending the opportunity for a superior academic education to deserving students regardless of their socioeconomic backgrounds. Funds raised from the President’s Dinner are used to support scholarship assistance for students who, because of economic burdens, might otherwise be unable to realize their dream of a St. John’s education. In the past 22 years, the President’s Dinner has raised more than $34 million in net revenue which was then distributed as scholarship support for St. John’s students.
Traditionally, the President’s Dinner has taken place as an in-person event during the fall semester. However, due to concerns pertaining to COVID-19, the event has been changed to a virtual event which will take place on Thursday, April 8, 2021. Please join us for what promises to be a special celebration of St. John’s University. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a giftto the President’s Dinner Scholarship Fund to support students and help keep St. John’s strong for the next 150 years!
James Hogan '14CPS, '16MBA
St. John’s University, 8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, NY 11439
Tel 718-990-3352 | Fax 718-990-2008[email protected]
In 2019, St. John's raised a record $3.4 million to support student scholarships.