Lindner Alumni Council welcomes six new members
By: Cynthia Miller – Email Cynthia
The University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business Alumni Council has welcomed six new members to its 20-member council: Edita Dolan-Mayo ’04, Carolyn Dornoff-Lindeman ’95, David Germano ’92, Ryan Schreck ’02, Scott Schuster ’10, ’12, and Jerome Wright ’09.
“We are excited to welcome these new members to the council,” said Lindner Alumni Council President Cory Sims '11. “They each bring unique qualities that strengthen our team as we continue to realign our purpose and goals to coincide with the Lindner NEXT initiative led by Dean Lewis.”
The Lindner Alumni Council is a volunteer group that supports college initiatives through alumni engagement, fundraising efforts and student scholarships. They lead the efforts for the annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards and various alumni engagement opportunities throughout the year. Members serve three-year terms and may be elected to serve for two additional terms. Nominations for future consideration can be submitted.
Dolan-Mayo is the director of marketing and community affairs for Powernet Co. a full-service provider of integrated voice, data and wi-fi, and managed service provider to commercial customers. Originally from Seattle, Dolan-Mayo moved to Cincinnati to attend UC and stayed in the area after graduation. She earned degrees in Operations Management, Marketing, and International Business.
Dornoff-Lindeman is the client relationship manager for FASCOR Inc. where she collaborates at the intersection of business, people, and technology. Originally earning her Accounting degree from Lindner, Dornoff-Lindeman is a seasoned leader who delivers results that consistently exceed customer expectations.
Germano is the president and chief content officer at Magnetic Content Studios, a Cincinnati-based content marketing agency focused on developing integrated, digital marketing programs. Germano is a digital agency veteran whose career spans over 20 years helping brands navigate the constantly shifting digital landscape to achieve their strategic marketing objectives. He earned Finance and Marketing degrees from Lindner.
Schreck is a director in Kroger Technology and Digital where he is responsible for leading several strategic initiatives and partnerships. He has served in numerous leadership roles during is nearly 20-year career with Kroger. At UC, Schreck earned Psychology and Business Administration degrees while also serving as a team captain in the men’s soccer program.
Schuster is vice president of philanthropy for Cincinnati Museum Center and president of the Cincinnati Museums Foundation where he oversees the organizational fundraising strategy of CMC. He serves on the senior leadership team that guides the strategic direction and management of the institution while overseeing financial and mission strategy. Schuster earned both his BBA and MS-Marketing degrees from Lindner.
Wright works with the Cincinnati Reds as director of the Reds Youth Academy, making a difference in the community by providing free, year-round baseball and softball training programs for kids 5 to 18. While earning his Marketing degree, Wright was involved with several student organizations at UC.
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