STEWARDSON SOCIETY

Classes of 2018 Stewardson Committee

Molly Neureuter, Chair

Molly Neureuter was born and raised in Eden, N.Y. She is a geoscience major with a concentration in meteorology and an entrepreneurial studies minor. She hopes to combine these two passions and pursue a career in the private sector of meteorology after graduation. She has spent her last two summers doing meteorology research for HWS and Plymouth State University. Following her love of traveling, Molly studied abroad in Prague, Czech Republic in the fall of 2016. On campus, she is a member of Hai Timiai, a student worker at the Salisbury Center, a member of HWS Leads, the geoscience club, club lacrosse, a Reunion Red shirt, and secretary of Habitat for Humanity. Molly is delighted to be a Tri-Chair of the Stewardson Society and is confident that the Classes of 2018 will help make history and instill the importance of giving for classes to come.

Allison Magnarelli, Chair

Allison Magnarelli was born and raised in Syracuse, N.Y. A sociology major, minoring in entrepreneurial studies and public policy, Allison spent the summer of 2016 as an intern at Senator Gillibrand's Syracuse Regional Office. On campus, she works in the Hobart Athletic office and just finished her second year as an Orientation Leader for the incoming first year classes. She also brought a chapter of ONE Campus to the Colleges and is an active member of the HWS Leadership certificate program, HWS Votes, and the Laurel Honor Society. After spending her junior spring in Edinburgh, Scotland, Allison is looking forward to being back on campus serving as a Stewardson tri-chair so that she can continue give back to HWS.

Chad Tokowicz, Chair

Chad Tokowicz was born in North Andover, Massachussets, but quickly became aquatic in nature by spending many summers on Cape Cod. He has a major in environmental studies and double minor in political science and entrepreneurial studies. Chad is an avid fly fishermen for both salt and freshwater species, and he holds many positions on campus such as former vice president of Theta Delta Chi, being on the HWS Judicial Board, and even ?helping to start the HWS fly fishing club. Tokowicz also studied abroad in Perth, Australia, drawn there by the exotic flora and fauna, expansive learning opportunities and endless species of fish. Chad is excited to educate his fellow classmates on the importance of giving back to HWS by serving as a tri-chair for the Stewardson Society Committee.


Committee Organizational Chart


Giving History

The Colleges' senior class giving initiative began in the late 1980s and was formally named The Stewardson Society during the 2006-2007 academic year. The classes of 2012 hold the record for participation with 78.5%.


FY06 Senior Gift
Total Dollars: $3,721
Participation %: 40.6%

FY07 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $5, 571
Participation %: 51.5%

FY08 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $4,500
Participation %: 52.7%

FY09 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $7,014
Participation %: 55.9%

FY10 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $8,293
Participation %: 69.5%

FY11 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $11,717
Participation %: 73.9%

FY12 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $10,510
Participation %: 78.5%

FY13 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $9,565
Participation %: 75.0%

FY14 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $10,486.41
Participation %: 73.5%

FY15 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $9,114
Participation %: 71%

FY16 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $11,635
Participation %: 68%

FY17 The Stewardson Society
Total Dollars: $9,020
Participation %: 77.5%

Contact

Michael DeRosa '16
Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Young Alums and Undergraduates
Phone: (315) 781-3775
E-mail: derosa@hws.edu


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