August 02, 2021
Susquehanna University has welcomed several new members to its Board of Trustees. Terms for the new board members are for three years.
Meghan E. Quinn ’97 Dorr – Meghan is an executive director, relationship manager for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Meghan spent over 11 years at Fidelity before joining J.P. Morgan. As a business administration major, she participated in Susquehanna’s Global Opportunities London Program. While a student, she also was a member of Kappa Delta and the Student Alumni Association. Meghan has been an active member of SU’s alumni network, having delivered the keynote presentation Seven Lessons Learned Along the Way at Susquehanna’s Women’s Leadership Symposium. She has also participated in SU’s Alumni Parent Admissions Network and the Alumni Career Team. Meghan lives in Southlake, Texas.
Virginia “Ginny” Lloyd ’81 – Ginny is head of global programs – claims North America for AXA XL Insurance. Ginny was a history and political science double major at SU. She has served on the Alumni Board, the Philadelphia Regional Campaign Committee, the Reunion Committee, the Alumni Career Team, and has chaired SU FACT (Female Athlete Connection Team). She has provided numerous internship and employment connections for Susquehanna students and alumni. As a student, Ginny received the Outstanding Senior Woman award and was a member of the tennis team. In 2008, she received the Alumni Award for Service. Ginny lives in Laurel, New Jersey.
Annette “Toni” Tomarazzo ’84 – Toni is executive director, general counsel for UBS Financial Services. Toni was a business administration-finance major at SU. She is a graduate of Seton Hall Law School. Toni is a member and former chair of the board of directors of Hoboken Municipal Hospital where she was credited with saving the hospital from closure. Toni was a board member of Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund after Hurricane Sandy, and she is a member of the Hoboken Community Center where she organized a food pantry to address food insecurity in the wake of the pandemic. Toni lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Hannah Mackey ’23 is the newest student trustee to the board. She is a creative writing and publishing and editing double major. At Susquehanna, Hannah is secretary of the Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors, secretary of SU Slam Poetry, a member of the Poetry Reading Board and a member of the Black Student Union. She participated in SPLASH, Students Promoting Leadership, Awareness, and Service through Humanitarian efforts, and as a mentor in the Mentor Collective, she advises three first-year students. Hannah is from Dover, Delaware.
University President Jonathan Green has led efforts to diversify Susquehanna’s Board of Trustees to include more women (44%) and individuals of color (18%).