Friday, May 5, 2017
Sheraton Parsippany Hotel
Cocktails at 6 p.m.
Dinner/Program at 7:30 p.m.

Silent Auction
Music by
The Motones
CCM Performing Arts Students with Selections from “The Little Mermaid”
Black Tie Optional
Scholarship Recipient

Philippe Clesca ‘18
Computer Science

Philippe ClescaRaised in West Orange, NJ, Philippe Clesca showed an early proficiency in technology, beginning his own online project at 16, connecting gamers from around the world in one place to interact, share and compete with one another. “I fell in love with the challenge as well as the concept of computer science,” says Philippe. “The challenge is what hooked me, because rather than running from adversity, I run into it head on and try to overcome it.” When it came time to attend college, Philippe chose CCM initially for financial reasons but was soon impressed with the college’s faculty and academic offerings – the professors inspired him. He is the recipient of the Glenbrook Technologies Scholarship, which supports students in engineering and technology, and is currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science. As part of his scholarship, Philippe will begin working as an intern at Glenbrook Technologies Inc. in Randolph, NJ this March. After graduating from CCM in 2018, he plans to pursue a degree in Computer Science at a four-year institution.

Edward J. Yaw Leadership Award
Investors Bank

Investors Bank was founded in 1926 and today is the largest bank headquartered in New Jersey. With more than $22 billion in assets and a network of over 150 retail branches throughout New Jersey, New York City and Long Island, Investors delivers a broad range of financial services and products tailored to the needs of its retail and business customers. Led by a senior management team committed to serving others, Investors continues to grow, while remaining focused on its roots as a local community bank. As one of the bank’s four core values, Community is about caring for its customers, employees and the people and businesses in the local neighborhoods it serves. The Investors team members volunteer their time and talents, while the bank and its foundation provide the financial support. Investors is a model of what a true community bank should be, a good corporate citizen with a tradition of “giving back” at the heart of everything it does.
2017 Alumni Awards

Alumnus of the Year
Zaher Shabani ’01
Alumni Service
Roseann M. Malone ’93, ’94
Alumni Achievement
George J. Milonas ’98
Alumni Humanitarian
Martin R. Ebelhardt ’87