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Charles A. Mastronardi Award for Service and Leadership

The Charles A. Mastronardi Award for Service and Leadership is a prestigious scholarship that recognizes outstanding contributions to leadership in service to the community. This includes University-related activities that provide direct service to a group in need and advocacy initiatives that promote understanding and change on societal issues.

This award was made possible by the generosity of the Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation, Margaret Mastronardi (’61), Ruth Mastronardi Baldwin (’67), and Carol Mastronardi Mastolini.

Students are nominated by the Wolfington Center with recommendations from faculty and staff. The recipients of the Charles A. Mastronardi Award for Service and Leadership are recognized annually during a formal campus presentation. 

Nominees must be full-time students in satisfactory academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5.

Preference will be given to recipients with demonstrated financial need and who have not received the award in the past. 


Mastronardi Scholarship Recipients

2016–17
Anne Laquintano (’18), Maureen Helm (’18), Mikayla Francis (’18), Amber Dietrich (’18), and Brook Hagen (’18)

2015–16
Michael Burrell (’17), Leonard Brock (’17), Courtney McGonigle (’16), Karina Dean (’16), Caroline McCarthy (’16), Molly McDougall (’16), Amina Smith (’17) and Alicia Ireland (’16)

2014–15
Mariel Delacruz (’16), Ashley Douglas (’15), Mackenzie Harris (’16), and Rebecca Wagenbaur (’16)

2013–14 
Terri Allen (’15) and Jessica Regina Johnson-Petty (’14)

2012–13
Jessica Merone (’13) and Amy Rodden (’13)

2011–12 
Lisa Gomez (’12) and Catherine Matta (’13)

2010–11 
Anne Brokenborough (’11), Danielle Dibartolo (’12), and Jamie Tadrryznski (’11)

2009–10 
Shannon Keogh (’10) and Chris Cantwell (’10)

2008–09 
Elizabeth Briggs (’10) and Anna “Christine” Graf (’09)

2007–08 
Krystle Lane (’08) and Bridget Flynn (’10)

2006–07 
Brenna Bangs (’09) and Kathleen Grant (’07)

2005–06 
Deidre Beadle (’06), Christine Friel (’06), Geraldine (Tracy) Johnson (’07), Sharon Kolankiewicz (’07), and Philip Nicolo (’08)

2004–05 
Megan Beauduy (’05) and Michaela McGowan (’05)

2003–04 
Karen Bonin (’06) and JoshuaTaggart (’05)

2002–03 
Renee DiPietro (’03) and Kyle Esterbrook (’03)

2001–02 
Carolyn Ashton (’02), Colin McGinley (’02), Randi Kuhn(’02), and Rose Leahy (’03)

2000–01 
Christopher Nielsen (’01), Nicholas Joseph Luchko ’01, Patricia Arnold ’01), and Melissa M. Kelshaw (’03)

1999–2000 
Jennifer Reither (’00), Beth McArdle (’01), and Jenna M. Mancini (’01)

1998–99 
Mary Beth Farnan (’01) and Chad L. May (’00)

1997–98 
Andrew Burke (’98), Yolanda Lazier (’99), Theresa McFadden (’98), Felicia Miccoli (’98), and Lisa Minnino (’97)

1996–97 
John Lindsay (’97), Andrea Kelliher, Noel Desantis (’97), Michele Paquet (’97), and Gina Sanders (’98)

1995–96 
Richard Grace (’96), Jillian Appleby (’96), John Lindsay (’97), Shawn McAleer (’96), Kim Forde (’96), and Katina Corrao (’96)

1994–95 
Richard Grace (’96), Eric Tidwell (’96), Brenda Ortiz (’96), Sharolyn Cannan (’95), and Melissa Tobias (’95)

1993–94 
Mollie Sue Chesna (’94), Lisa DeMarco (’94), Dena Della Rocca (’94), Douglas Eppler (’95), Danielle Harris (’94), and Mark Mellor (’94)

1992–93 
Missy von Siegel (’93), Dawn Timbario (’93), Mark Mellor (’94), Karen Kerchusky (’93), Stephen Collins (’93), and Barbara Francolino (’92)

1991–92 
Jennifer Morrison (’92), Sharlene Sephton (’92), Christopher Pesotski (’93), Dawn Timbario (’93), Melissa Landsmann (’92), Eileen Turner (’92), Jacqui Ricci (’92), and Lisa Naab (’93)

1990–91 
Frank Emmerich (’92), Sharleen Sephton (’92), Lisa Jane Martelli (’91), Kelly Ann McGillan (’90), Chris Pesotski (’92), Barbara Wilson (’91), and Denise Edwards (’92)

1989–90 
Dorthea Beckett (’90), Denise Civa (’90), Colin Coakley (’90), Linda Conroy (’90), Angela Corbo (’90), Claire DaSilva (’90), Marko Gittens (’90), Virginia Obrecht (’90), Karie Papay (’91), and Paula Phillips (’90)

1988–89 
Angie Corbo (’90), Theresa Daly (’89), Karen Holcombe(’89), Lisa Kantor (’89), Judith Krajnak (’89), Laura Wilson (’89), and Joel Zazyczny (’89)

1987–88 
Teri Ciarlante (’88), Katherine Funk (’88), Mike Edmondson (’88), and Kathleen Welsh (’88)

1986–87 
Joseph Giuffre (’87), Mary Kate Grimley (’87), Michelle Latesta (’87), Patrick McKenna (’87), Jeanne Reineberg (’88), and Virginia Smith (’87)

1985–86 
Barbara Colantuono (’85), Mary Kate Grimley (’87), Michelle Latesta (’87), Lucia Laurito (’86), Barbara Mongelli (’86), and Virginia Smith (’87)

1984–85 
Ann Belsky (’85), Barbara Bruhin (’85), John Doyle (’85), Patricia Hinke (’85), Roberta Larkins (’85), and Gerald Lennon (’85)

1983–84 
Roberta Larkins (’85), William Joseph Fontana (’84), Jamie Miller Prince (’84), Jeanne Proko (’84), Cynthia Ann Schulmeyer (’84), and Brian Jensen (’84)

1982–83 
Donna Poley-Crist (’83), Brian Jensen (’84), William Joseph Fontana (’84), Theresa Hundermark (’83), and Dane Linn (’83)

1981–82 
Janet Alfonso (’82), Frances Carusi Brooks (’82), Theresa Collins (’81), Dane Linn (’83), Kathryn Mignogna (’82), Molly Fenerty (’88), Jeanne Reineberg (’88), and Monica Palko (’88)


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