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    KATHLEEN MACNEIL
Class of 1983
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering
NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić
President
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Kathleen MacNeil is a principal at MP Boston, an urban real estate development firm. Her work primarily has included complex projects, most recently including the redevelopment of the Filene’s department store into a 1.4-million-square-foot mixed use Millennium Tower/Burnham Building. She is now permitting another nearly 700-foot skyscraper, Winthrop Square.
Kathleen is a LEED-accredited professional and has her Massachusetts Construction Supervisor’s License and earned a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from MIT Center for Real Estate. She serves as president of the Board of Directors for Historic Boston, Inc. and as a corporator for Wentworth Institute of Technology, and is the recipient of the BSA 2016 Women in Design Award of Excellence.
NANCY MAIR
Class of 1992 Drexel University BS, Design & Merchandising, Westphal College of Media Arts and Design
NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry
Drexel University
Ms. Mair is the Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Coats, Beauty, Jewelry and Accessories at Burlington Stores, Inc. Her co-op job at Burlington Coat Factory established her successful 26 year career there, getting first-hand experience about what she wanted to do. After graduation, she was hired as an assistant buyer in moderate sportswear, getting promoted to her first buying job in Intimate Apparel within six months. She continued to take on additional responsibilities, promoted to Vice President in 1999. In 2010, she was promoted to Senior Vice President, adding the Shoe division and junior apparel to her responsibilities. In 2012, she was made General Merchandise Manager of ladies apparel and is now currently in her new role. In addition to her co-op at Burlington, she completed a co-op at Kids “R” Us.
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            Jessica Marron is currently a Global Operations Leadership Development (GOLD) associate at Johnson & Johnson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During her undergraduate career, she completed two co-ops with J&J. The first in supply chain demand planning for Listerine products and the second in consumer marketing with Neutrogena. Both opportunities, married with her two study abroad experiences, prepared her for challenges to come post-graduation. Jessica highly recommends all students to utilize undergrad as an opportunity to step outside of your comfort zone and test the waters; whether that’s living in a new country for a period of time, or trying out a position you never thought you’d be a part of, it will help you grow into a well-rounded and open- minded individual.
JESSICA MARRON
Class of 2017
Clarkson University
Bachelor of Science, Engineering Management
NOMINATED BY
Dr. Anthony Collins President
Clarkson University
As Director of the University of Newcastle, Department of Rural Health, Jenny May AM combines a passion for clinical work with her drive to improve the health of rural Australians through advocacy and research. She has made a remarkable contribution to the health and wellbeing of regional communities, by growing the next generation of health care professionals. Building aspiration amongst rural students to train in health professions and by supporting clinical and community placements across rural areas, Jenny believes in “growing our own”. A practising GP, Jenny was Australian Rural Doctor of the Year in 2014, and received the Order of Australia in 2016.
PROFESSOR JENNY MAY AM
Class of 1985 The University of Newcastle (Australia) Bachelor of Medicine (Hons) FRACGP FACRRM PHD
NOMINATED BY
Professor Liz Burd Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) The University of Newcastle (Australia)
    




































































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