Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop

Famous Alumni

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Col. Kenneth Allard ’69 (political science) - Military Analyst appearing on TV, radio and web

Jay Cleveland Jr. ’88 (business administration) - President and CEO of Cleveland Brothers Equipment Company, Inc.

Gene Dodaro ’73 (accounting) - acting Comptroller General of the United States and head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office

Carl Grivner ’75 (biology) - CEO of Colt Technology Services

Colleen Heisey ’99 (biology) - Partner at Jones Day

Leigh Howe ’78 (business administration) - President and CEO of Maryland Proton Treatment Center

Steven Johnson ’76 (criminal justice) - President/CEO of Susquehanna Health System

Brian Kaufman ’96 (communication) - Associate Producer of “The Simpsons;” independent filmmaker

Glenn Klages ’79 (business administration) - Head of Operations for The Honest Company

Ronald Knoebel ’65 (sociology) - Co-owner of Knoebels Amusement Resort, the nation’s largest free-admission amusement park

Lynn Kramer ’72 (psychology) - Chief Clinical Officer for Eisai Company, Ltd.

Dale ’69 and Dallas ’67 Krapf - Owners of The Krapf Group

Rob Lucenti ’84 (communication) - West Regional Audit Growth Leader for Deloitte

Adam Makos ’03 (business-marketing) - New York Times best-selling author, founder of Valor Studios, publisher of the world’s most prestigious military artwork and the leading history magazine, Valor

Norman Medow ’60 (biology) - Director of Pediatrici Opthamology at Montefiore Hospital Medical Center, University Hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Nick O’Dosey ’93 (physics) - Barrios Technology (NASA Contract) Engineer/Flight Design and Navigation

Peter Onorati ’75 (business administration) - Hollywood actor appearing in numerous TV dramas

Harry Perretta ’78 (social studies) - Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Villanova University

Stan Sloter ’80 (business administration and chemistry) - Owner and President of Paradigm Management Company, Inc.

Joseph Tanfani ’79 (communication) - Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, National Affairs reporter at Reuters DC

Alicia Tillman ’97 (communication) - Chief Marketing Officer at SAP

Richard Yuengling Jr. ’66 - Owner and President of D.G. Yuengling and Son, America’s Oldest Brewery

Thomas Woodruff ’80 (theatre) - Oscar-winning Special Effects

Cheng Wang ’92 (business management) - Attorney with the Tong Law Firm

Phil Zimmerman ’02 (communication) - Vice President of Communications at Discovery Channel