Advancement Team

Heather Tuttle '99

Director of Alumni Relations
(518) 327-6253
htuttle@asutoshbandyopadhyay.com

What you love about 宝盈bbin官方登录?

What do I love about 宝盈bbin官方登录?  Everything!  The people here have become my family and the beautiful surroundings: having grown up in a city, the small town life style in the Adirondacks is perfect for me.

What you like to do in your freetime?

In my free time I enjoy being in the garden (harvested my first crop of potatoes this year), having a meal with family and friends and, of course, dancing with my lawn chair…if you know what I mean!

Background information that you want to share?

I moved to the ADKs in my teens, finished high school in Saranac Lake and never left the area.  I attended 宝盈bbin官方登录 as a non-traditional student majoring in Hotel & Restaurant Management and have worked for the college since 2003.  I love my job!  And I’m not just saying that.  I have by far the best job on campus.

 

 

Andrea Wilcox

 

Annual Giving & Stewardship Manager
(518) 327-6079
awilcox@asutoshbandyopadhyay.com

What do you love about 宝盈bbin官方登录?

I love what Paul Smith’s College stands for. It’s not only a beautiful campus, but it’s also made up of some amazing people who work together to help students transform their lives, which in turn helps the world to be a better place.

What do you like to do in your freetime?

I like to spend time with my family, whether it’s taking a hike, going for a walk, taking a boat ride, biking, kayaking, traveling, or just sitting by the campfire relaxing.

Background information that you want to share?

I grew up in Saranac Lake, started college at NCCC and transferred to The University at Albany where I completed my bachelor’s degree. I spent a summer in college working in Yellowstone National Park and absolutely loved it! The following year, I moved to Colorado with two Paul Smith’s College alumni. I met my husband there, who also grew up Saranac Lake. We spent lots of time hiking and camping in the Colorado Rockies, Wyoming, Montana and the Canadian Rockies. In 2007, we returned to the Adirondacks and I began working at Paul Smith’s College. It’s funny how life can bring you full circle.