LA ROCHE COLLEGE BOARD OF REGENTS WELCOMES THREE NEW MEMBERS
Frederick N. Egler, Jr. Esq., Chair of the La Roche College Board of Regents and Managing Partner of Egler, Garrett & Egler, is pleased to announce that three new members have recently been elected to the La Roche College Board of Regents. The new members are Raymond C. Amelio, Carol R. Leet and Donna J. Keyser.
Raymond C. Amelio, a Wexford, PA resident, is director of Training and Employee Development at Adelphia Business Solutions in Canonsburg, PA. He graduated from Duquesne University with a bachelor’s degree and earned his Master of Arts degree at La Roche College. No stranger to community service, Amelio has served as president of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development. He is a past board president for the Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program where he currently serves as a board member.
Carol R. Leet is vice president of Strategic Planning and Implementation for PNC Financial Services Group in Pittsburgh, PA. The Allison Park resident graduated from Bellarmine College in Louisville, KY. She is active in numerous civic and community organizations. Leet has served as coordinator for Communities in Schools and has been deeply involved in event coordinating and recruiting for the Salvation Army, National MS Society, and Junior Achievement.
Donna J. Keyser is associate director for RAND-University of Pittsburgh Health Institute and Communications Analyst for RAND in Pittsburgh’s Northside. Keyser earned her undergraduate degree from Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA. She earned her MBA from Columbia Business School in New York and her Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University, New Haven, CT. Ms. Keyser is an authority in many areas regarding Japan/US relations (i.e. finance, women, and racial attitudes). She resides in Allison Park, PA.
Editor’s Note: The La Roche College Board of Regents is a membership organization of men and women of business and industry who are familiar with the mission, goals and accomplishments of La Roche College. These individuals support the college in a variety of ways. Persons with positions of influence in the greater Pittsburgh community, an interest in La Roche College, and a willingness to participate in the accomplishments of its mission are eligible for membership. Monsignor William A. Kerr is president of La Roche College.