For their exemplary service to the Stevens Alumni Association and the University, several outstanding alumni will be honored during Alumni Weekend with presentations of the Harold R. Fee ’20 Alumni Achievement Award.
The awards will be presented on Saturday, June 1, during the President’s “State of Stevens’’ address. The award, named after the late SAA executive secretary, recognizes outstanding service. This event is complimentary and will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in DeBaun Auditorium.
Here’s a list of the awardees, chosen by the SAA Awards Committee:
David E. Young ’88 lives in Silver Spring, Md., and is Vice President, Federal Regulatory Affairs for Verizon, Washington, D.C. He has attended Washington, D.C., Alumni Club events for several years. While an undergraduate, he belonged to the Stevens Dramatic Society and the Glee Club. He is part of a Stevens legacy family, as his late grandfather, William E. Young ’37, and his late great-grandfather, Walter Junge, Class of 1908, are Stevens graduates.
Evelyn A. Burbano Koehler ’98, M.S. ’03, lives in Tiburon, Calif., and is the current co-president of the Northern California Alumni Club. Evelyn is self-employed with Burbano Management Corp. While an undergraduate, she belonged to the Cooperative Education Program, the Stevens Technical Enrichment Program (STEP), and the Society of Hispanic Professionals.
Adam D. McKenna ’98 lives in Union City, Calif., and is the current co-president of the Northern California Alumni Club. Adam belonged to the Stevens Cooperative Education Program and the Glee Club while a student. He is a senior technical architect with Verizon Business in San Francisco.
Jonathan A. Matos ’08 lives in Herndon, Va., with his wife, Kate Freed Matos ’08. Jon is the Class of 2008 president, and while an undergraduate, he belonged to Khoda, Chi Alpha Epsilon, Gear & Triangle, the Student Government Association, and the Graduates of the Last Decade (G.O.L.D.). He was also a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. He is a senior program product engineer with Orbital Sciences Corp. in Dulles, Va.