Dan Clancy is a Cleveland native, and a graduate of St. Edward High School in Lakewood. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. Following his graduation from Western Reserve University's law school, he served as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 1962-1965. Included in his assignments was the march of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and civil rights activists from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., in the spring of 1965.
Clancy served as an associate dean at the School of Law before being named executive director of The Alumni Association in 2006.
He came to the university in 1965, first working on the Law - Medicine Center's police training program and then becoming an administrator at the law school. He was names executive director of Alumni Relations in 1995. In September of 2014, Clancy rejoined the alumni team as their leader.
Clancy spearheaded the campaign to plan, develop and build The Alumni House, a gathering place for all alumni to meet, network, socialize, conduct business and have a home away from home.
Sue Gallop is originally from the Cleveland area and celebrated 50 years of service with CWRU in June 2013. She graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in anthropology and psychology. She has always had a love of horses and now owns one named TC. She's worked with the Alumni Association since 1999.
Alison Battaglia manages a CWRU team charged with cultivating lifelong relationships with the university’s schools, colleges and alumni.
She has served as Deputy Director of the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services, Vice President of Development for the Great Lakes Science Center and as Assistant Director at the Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland.
Alison served on the founding Board of Directors of the Mental Health Advocacy Coalition and as the Executive Director of the Citizens League and Citizens League Research Institute. As part of the Cuyahoga County government, she managed the county’s efforts to direct witnesses and victims of crimes to the county’s services supporting them.
Alison has served as the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Cuyahoga County Domestic Violence Advisory Board and on the Boards of Directors of Parkworks, Flashes of Hope, the Cleveland Hunger Network, and Project: LEARN. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Kent State University and is currently pursuing a dual-doctorate in Management and Designating Sustainable Systems from the Weatherhead School of Management. Alison was a member of the Leadership Cleveland class of 2004 and was named one of 40-Under-40 by Crain’s Cleveland Business in 1998.
Kaliya Arnwine is originally from Los Angeles and has worked professionally in higher education for more than nine years. She has professional experience in alumni relations, event/program planning, facility management and marketing. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Nevada in 2006 and a master's degree in education from Cleveland State University in 2012. She joined the Alumni Association in December 2012.
Tera Davis is originally from Southington, Ohio and is a 2006 CWRU business graduate. While working on her bachelor's degree, Tera was an orirentation leader, Spartan cheerleader and dance team member. Also, she participated in Alpha Kappa Psi and the Weatherhead Mentoring Group. Before joining the Alumni Association in August 2013, she was a retail marketing projects manager at Parker Hannifin. She's currently working on her Master of Business Administration at Weatherhead.
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Elisse Cortez grew up in the Cleveland area and is a 2009 graduate of CWRU (B.A. Philosophy). As a student, she was active in residence life, Greek life and undergraduate admission. She joined the Alumni Association in November 2013.
Her previous experience includes 4 years at other higher education institutions. Most recently, she worked in undergraduate admission at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, Md., where she was also active in the local Baltimore/Washington, D.C. alumni chapter.
Ashley Dyer moved from Utah to Cleveland five years ago. She has worked at the Alumni Association for 3 years and plans to graduate with her Master of Business Administration from the Weatherhead School of Management in May of 2014.
Before joining the Alumni Association, Ashley worked in retail management and the medical industry. She loves working on CWRU's beautiful campus, and has a special interest in CWRU’s Orientation Leaders and Admissions Tour Guides due to their extensive campus knowledge and service as student ambassadors.
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Jessica Tremayne-Farkas is originally from Youngstown, Ohio, and previously served as a communications coordinator with St. Edward High School Alumni Association, and in various editor roles at DVM Newsmagazine, Smart Business magazine and Veterinary Practice News before coming to CWRU in 2013. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Youngstown State University in 2002 and a Master of Arts in public relations management from Kent State University in 2013.