Monroe Community College has played a major role in providing Rochester businesses with a quality workforce. Kodak will be featuring some of their employees who are graduates of MCC on October 13, 2004 at noon in the Warshof Conference Center (Monroe B). Alumni returning to campus include:
Anne Turner graduated in 1978 with an AAS in Office Technology and Administration. She is an operations manager in entertainment imaging.
Deborah Dayman, a 1998 graduate in Human Services is a human resource manager. She recently completed a marketing strategy project entitled “A Winning and Inclusive Culture.”
Alex Hrabko graduated in 1973 in Industrial Instrumentation Technology and is a process control engineer for Kodak’s global manufacturing division.
Craig Henry is an education specialist in research and development. He graduated in 1981 from the Mechanical Technology AAS degree program.
Troy Boden, another Industrial Instrumentation graduate is a manufacturing mechanic in film finishing.
MCC welcomes back its graduates on Kodak Day! These professionals will share the new vision of Kodak and explore MCC’s role in providing a knowledgeable workforce for the future. Please join us on October 13!
Associate Dean of Technical Education