Development Council

The purpose of the Penn State College of Earth and Mineral Sciences' Development Council is to assist the dean and the college's Office of Development and Alumni Relations staff in identifying and developing fund raising goals and initiatives. The committee helps increase alumni giving and pledging and provides alumni volunteers as needed for fund raising events and initiatives.

Development Council Members

Ray Ban
President, Ban & Associates
James Bryja (Chair)
Senior VP, NAPP & PRB (retired), Alpha Natural Resources
Mark Clemens
President and Chief Executive Officer, Carrier Energy Partners
Donald Cordier
Managing Director (retired), RBC Capital Markets
Shelley Corman
VP Power Generation Markets, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP
Timothy Donohue
Vice President, e-Learning and Knowledge Solutions, International Human Resources Development Corporation (IHRDC)
John Dutton
Professor Emeritus of Meteorology and Dean Emeritus, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences; Chairman and President, Prescient Weather
William Fustos
Chief Operating Officer (retired), East Resources, Inc.
G. David Golder
Chairman of the Board, PetroNeft Resources PLC
Anthony Hutchinson
Government and Industry Relations, Freddie Mac
Robert Kukla
VP of global procurement (retired), Marathon Oil Corp
Lee Kump
Dean, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State
Ronald Latanision
Senior Fellow, Exponent, Inc.
Michael Loudin
Geoscience Project Manager (retired), ExxonMobil
Carlo Pantano
Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Penn State
Paul Robertson
Principal (retired), Spaulding & Slye Investments
Roland Sauermann
President, SGV International, LLC
David Schlosser
Senior Vice President and President, Exploration & Production, EQT Production
Timothy Watson
Geoscience Supervisor, Permian Business Unit, Noble Energy
Ruth Ann Wood
Senior Manager – Technical Shared Services, Fluid Technology & Asset Protection (FTAP), Pall Corporation

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