Communications and Technology
Communications and TechnologyChair: Bill Min '90
Vice Chair: Laurie Berke-Weiss '83
Mission Statement: To work closely with the Law School to explore various avenues to utilize communications and technology to better educate the community about events and to elevate the profile of Fordham law both internally and externally.
DevelopmentChair: Sam Khichi '98
Vice Chair: Steve Epstein '98
Mission Statement: Create greater visibility for the financial needs of the Law School and encourage both students and alumni to take on an active fundraising role by focusing on the concepts of “excitement”, “tradition”, and “knowledge” to advance the existing alumni committees and to improve the infrastructure (staff, programs, data, and systems) necessary to support the ongoing expansion and evolution of alumni fundraising and volunteer organization in order to secure the financial resources needed to enhance institutional effectiveness.
Education/Professional DevelopmentChair: Maura Monaghan '96
Vice Chair: Matt McLaughlin '94
Mission Statement: Increase the value that the FLAA provides to its members by increasing the educational and professional development services offered to alumni and, recognizing that opportunities for professional networking are more critical than ever, enhance networking opportunities by increasing and improving interaction among students, recent graduates, more senior alumni, and faculty members through the establishment of FLAA affinity groups.
EngagementChair: Sal Romanello '97
Vice Chair-Events: Bill Fenrich '97
Vice Chair-Alumni Chapters: Gavin White '01
Mission Statement: Further develop and implement a diversified, meaningful, and comprehensive array of opportunities tied to alumni interests, to Law School priorities, and to the alumni, students, administration, and faculty constituencies in order to further entrench the FLAA as a resource to the Fordham Law common ity
GovernanceChair: Denis Cronin '72
Vice Chair: Rita Glavin '96
Mission Statement: Diversify the Board so that all alumni members feel welcome, and ensure that the FLAA is structured to effectively carry out its mission of developing and maintaining social and professional interaction among the alumni, administration, faculty and students.
MembershipChair: Todd Cosenza '98
Vice Chair: Gabriel Gillet '11
Mission Statement: Provide a framework for a future committed to member services, growth and sustained engagement, by broadening the base; supporting our Memberships’ goals; becoming even more focused on serving the diverse needs of our Alumni; and making the FLAA an important part of the professional lives of our Graduates.