Alumni Engagement Team

HEATHER CORBETT

Heather CorbettSenior Director of Alumni Engagement
hcorbett@hartford.edu
T. 860.768.2400

 

MORE ABOUT HEATHER

When did you start at UHart?
April 2013


Where did you go to college?
BA in English and American history, Wheaton College (Massachusetts)


What is your favorite part about working at UHart?
Great people!


If you could tell UHart alumni one thing, what would it be?
Your active involvement really does make a difference.

BRITTANY SCHULTZ

Brittany GuarnaAssociate Director of Alumni Engagement, Alumni Professional Engagement 
bschultz@hartford.edu
T. 860.768.2412

MORE ABOUT BRITTANY

When did you start at UHart?
August 2017


Where did you go to college?
Clarkson University, 2012;
Currently pursuing a master's in communication at UHart


What is your favorite part about working at UHart?
The community! The amount of support and kindness experienced through coworkers and colleagues is amazing.


If you could tell UHart alumni one thing, what would it be?
Stay connected! We love hearing from you, and there's always so much going on at the University. You can benefit from lots of different events and have a huge impact on current students' experiences.

NORA KASZUBOWSKI '14, M'16

Nora KaszubowskiAssistant Director of Alumni Engagement, Regional Activity and Affinity Programming
kaszubows@hartford.edu
T. 860.768.2435

 

MORE ABOUT NORA

When did you start at UHart?
August 2016
Where did you go to college?
BA in psychology, minor in business management and photography, 2014, UHart;
MSOP
, 2016, UHart
What is your favorite memory from your time at UHart?
While it is hard to pick just one, one of my favorite memories from my time as a student was the Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip I participated with my senior year to Oklahoma City. I loved all four of the ASB trips I did while an undergraduate student, but I could not have asked for a better culminating trip with a more amazing group of people!
If you could tell UHart alumni one thing, what would it be?
Get involved! Whether it is attending an event in your area, helping to plan an event in your area, or volunteering in some other capacity, I encourage alumni to learn more about the opportunities and benefits we offer.

JIM KEENER P'16

Jim KeenerAssistant Director of Alumni Engagement for Strategic Programs
jkeener@hartford.edu
T. 860.768.2466

 

MORE ABOUT JIM

When did you start at UHart?
September 1983


Where did you go to college?
BSBA, Robert Morris College, 1983


What is your favorite part about working at UHart?
Seeing alumni reconnect with their alma mater


If you could tell UHart alumni one thing, what would it be?
You can really make a difference for those who made a difference in your life!

JACKIE ORLOWSKI

 Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, Students and Young Alumni
orlowski@hartford.edu
T. 860.768.2429

 

MORE ABOUT JACKIE

When did you start at UHart?
February 2019


Where did you go to college?
Saint Michael's College in Colchester, Vt.


What is your favorite part about working at UHart?
How warm and welcoming the entire community is. There is so much school/community spirit here&madeit's an amazing thing to be a part of.


If you could tell UHart alumni one thing, what would it be?
This is your community even when you aren't on campus! We want to hear from you, engage with you, and learn from you. There are probably more services available to you as alumni than you'd think, so let's chat! Is that more than one thing?

CHEVAUGHN CAMPBELL '18

Chevaughn CampbellAdministrative Assistant
chcampbel@hartford.edu
T. 860.768.2411

 

MORE ABOUT CHEVAUGHN

When did you start at UHart?
June 2014


Where did you go to college?
AA, 2010; BA, 2018, UHart;
pursuing a master's in management, UHart


What is your favorite part about working at UHart?
My favorite part about working at UHart is the University's continuous effort to diversify in the classes that are offered, the faculty and staff, and the strategies used to engage with prospective students, current students, and alumni.


If you could tell UHart alumni one thing, what would it be?
Reach out, stay connected, and learm how you can benefit and help shape student experiences.