Penn State alumni announce board candidates

Posted: February 09, 2012

A Pennsylvania State University alumni group vetting and endorsing three candidates for seats on the board of trustees announced its picks on Wednesday, including two local graduates.

Anthony Lubrano, 51, a financial services company owner from Glenmoore, and Mark Connolly, 54, a global intellectual property director at DuPont Co. from West Chester, are being endorsed by Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship. The third candidate is Barbara Doran, a 1975 graduate from New York who is a private wealth manager at Morgan Stanley.

The slate will vie for three open seats with other alumni who are running independently. Alumni receive their voting ballots on or before April 10. Ballots typically are counted during spring commencement weekend, and new members are seated July 1.

The Penn Staters group formed in the wake of the child sex abuse scandal on the campus. - Susan Snyder

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