College of New Rochelle Welcomes New Trustees

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Cynthia DiPietrantonio has been named a trustee at the College of New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Contributed
Karen Calo has been named a trustee at the College of New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Contributed
Sister Diana Stano has been reappointed a trustee at the College of New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Contributed

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- The College of New Rochelle has appointed Karen Calo and Cynthia DiPietrantonio to its Board of Trustees.

In addition, Sr. Diana Stano, OSU, who previously served on the Board for four terms from 2009 to 2012, has been reappointed for a fifth term.

“We are so pleased to welcome these impressive and accomplished women to our Board of Trustees. I am confident that they will be great resources for our Board, and play an important role in the advancement of the College," Judith Huntington, president of The College of New Rochelle, said in a release.

Karen Calo is Vice President of Human Resources, Systems and Technology Group and Integrated Supply Chain at IBM, a position she has held since 2008.

In this position, Calo has HR responsibility for approximately 50,000 employees globally. She is also a member of the Human Resources Operating Team, comprised of the worldwide senior executives in the human resources function of IBM.

Cynthia DiPietrantonio is Chief Operating Officer for The Jones Group, a leading apparel and footwear company.

As COO of The Jones Group, DiPietrantonio oversees the company’s day-to-day operations, including systems and technology, logistics and operations.

She has been a guest speaker at numerous professional and industry conferences, including the National Retail Federation, U-Connect, and The Wharton Women Business Conference at The University of Pennsylvania.

Sister Diana Stano, OSU, the sixteenth President of Ursuline College, taught as a professor of education and served in various leadership positions before her appointment as President in 1996. Previously, she served as Dean of Graduate Studies and Director of Institutional Research, as founder and Director of the Graduate Program in Non-Public Administration, the college’s first master’s degree program, and as Chair of the Education Department.

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