Office of the President
President Frank D. Sánchez, PhD
Frank D. Sánchez, PhD, began his term as fifteenth president of Manhattanville in July. He brings to Manhattanville a wealth of experience in higher education, most recently as President of Rhode Island College.
Sánchez holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, an M.S. degree in Student Affairs and Higher Education from Colorado State University, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Indiana University, Bloomington. A proponent of civic engagement and community involvement, he served as a member of the United Way of Rhode Island Board of Directors, the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, the Providence Performing Arts Council, and the NCAA Division III Presidents' Council.
Messages from the President
Mary O'Gorman Fay Allan '67
John Silva Calvao '94
Fund Principal, Arrow Global
Cathleen Collins '69
Managing Partner, (Retired) Kinsella, Boesch, Fujikawa and Towle, LLP.
Stephanie Kloos Donoghue '82, Alumni Board President
President, S. Kloos Communications Inc.
Michael C. Dunn '77, Chair
Senior Vice President - Chief Marketing Officer (Retired), Georgia Pacific
CEO, James Gate Group
Sheila Falvey Finnerty ’87, Vice Chair
Executive Managing Director (Retired), Liberty Mutual Investments
William H. Humphreys, Vice Chair
Business Director and Senior Vice President (Retired), Stolt-Nielsen USA, Inc.
Linda Pistecchia Kirkpatrick '99
President, North America, MasterCard
Alice D. Leahey '69
Christopher N. Lewis '97, JD
General Counsel (Retired), Edward Jones
H. Joseph Machicote '86
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Premier, Inc.
Joseph B. Narus '86
Senior Director, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Austin Purves, PhD
Software Engineer, Rockstar Games
Frank D. Sánchez, PhD
President, Manhattanville College
John M. Tolomer
President, Westchester Market, Valley National Bankcorp
Chief Operating Officer, VillageMD
June R. Wang '67
Program Manager (Retired), Raytheon
Amy Y. Zhang '93
Executive Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Fred Alger Management, Inc.
D.H. (Don) Callahan ‘78
Head of Operations and Technology, Citigroup Inc. (Retired)
Marcia Pearce DeWitt ‘69
President and CEO, GuilfordPare Ltd.
Dwight R. Hilson M.A.W ‘09
Managing Director, Greenwich Media Management, LLC.
Marion C. Jordan ‘70
Vice President, Verizon Communications, Inc. (Retired)
Provost and Executive Vice President
Associate Vice President for Athletics and Recreation
Senior Communications Officer
Chief of Staff and Secretary to the Board
Troy L. Cogburn
Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing
Alan V. Gallantar
Vice President for Finance and Operations
Seann S. Kalagher
Vice President for Compliance and Legal Counsel
Sarah E. Kelly
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Cindy L. Porter
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Community Building
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Digital Strategy and Planning
Cathy Allman MAW '01
President and CEO
Ryan Beaudry '08
Leader/Analyst, Investor Relations
Jo-Una Spadafora '69
Cathy French '68
Catherine French Group
Gretchel Hathaway '79
Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Frankline and Marshall College
Rosemary B. James '91
Supervisory Attorney Advisor, Intellectual Property
Department of Homeland Security
Donna Johnson MS '12
Karen Burris Lennon ‘79
Karen B. Lennon Consulting LLC
Erica A. Meloe '83
Patsy O'Grady '61
POG Information Systems
Elizabeth Adams Smith '81
Senior Associate Dean for Administration
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Maria Stolfi '15, MS '19
Chief People Officer
Katy Tucci MS '05
Vice President, Wealth Manager
BNY Mellon Wealth Management
Nicole Wadsworth DO '91
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
Shapiro, Gettinger, Waldinger and Monteleone, LLP
Manhattanville Strategic Plan 2022 - 2027
Valiant by Design
Focus on Student Achievement
Commitment to Inclusivity and Social Mobility
Enhancing Manhattanville's Profile
Manhattanville College will be a nationally recognized higher-education institution distinguished for:
Providing access to educational excellence and preparing our graduates for an increasingly complex global society.
Creating transformative opportunities for all types of learners.
Instilling the principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in all we do.
Download the Manhattanville Strategic Plan for a full overview of our goals and vision.