Session Speaker: Veronica McFall

Assistant Director Alumni Relations for Affinity and Identity Programs, Colgate University

Veronica McFall is Assistant Director of Alumni Relations for Affinity and Identity Programs at Colgate University, from which she graduated in 1989. Her primary responsibilities focus on the development and cultivation of relationships between Colgate and the university’s multicultural, international, and LGBTQ alumni. She also works closely with Mosaic, Colgate’s signature multicultural initiative, which serves as a networking and communication pathway between current students, alumni and Colgate.

Veronica began her career in higher education as an associate dean of admission at Colgate in the early ‘90s. Prior to her return to Colgate, she worked in K-12 public and independent schools, educational not-for-profits, and several institutions of higher education – Siena College, Bucknell University, Teachers College, Columbia University and Lehman College. In her spare time, she enjoys writing children’s books, cooking, and travel. Veronica earned an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and an M.A. in Bilingual-Bicultural Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature from Colgate University.