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The Alumni Council has nominated and elected three alumni trustees to serve on the Board of Trustees for four-year terms beginning July 1. They are Kathleen Corsi ’82, P’23, Monique Lui Holloway ’87, P’14,’18, and Marc Randolph ’81. In addition, John Christopher ’83, P’14 was elected president of the Alumni Association for a two-year term.
Kathleen Corsi ’82, P’23
Kathleen Corsi ’82, P’23

Kathleen Corsi ’82, P’23

Kathy Corsi graduated from Hamilton with a concentration in psychobiology and a minor in English, and later earned her M.B.A. from The Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College. She worked in commercial banking for Bankers Trust Co. and in consulting for Price Waterhouse prior to joining PepsiCo strategic planning, where she held a variety of positions, both domestic and international. After YUM Brands was spun off from PepsiCo, she served as chief financial officer of Kentucky Fried Chicken and senior vice president and treasurer of YUM Brands. 

Corsi is deeply committed to access and supports the Career Center’s student-focused initiatives, especially those centered on internships and senior-year, career-focused experiences. As a current Hamilton parent, she has dedicated her time and energy to supporting other Hamilton parents as chair of the Parents Fund and vice chair of the Parents Leadership Council. Her daughter Jenna is a member of the Class of 2023.

Monique Lui Holloway ’87, P’14,’18
Monique Lui Holloway ’87, P’14,’18

Monique Lui Holloway ’87, P’14,’18

At Hamilton, Holloway majored in psychology with a minor in English. She met her husband, Eric Holloway ’87, on the Hill. Her most memorable extracurricular activities include earning a letter in varsity swimming, serving as managing editor of The Spectator, and acting as a student advisor. 

Holloway has worked in several industries, beginning her career as a medical editor, shifting to business editor, and then to managing nonprofits. Since 2014, she has been an investment advisor representative for Third Sigma Investment Advisors, where she earned a certified financial planner certification and is a partner today. Her volunteer roles for Hamilton include a term with the Alumni Council’s Nominations Committee, class correspondent, a member of the Hamilton Admission Recruitment Team, and service on the Parents Leadership Council. Monique and Eric have graciously hosted multiple Alexander Hamilton Birthday Parties at their home in Wilmington, Del. Their son, Ben ’14, daughter, Dana ’18, and son-in-law Steven ’18, are all Hamilton alumni. 

Marc Randolph '81
Marc Randolph ’81

Marc Randolph ’81

A geosciences major at Hamilton, Randolph has been a successful technology entrepreneur for more than four decades. He is co-founder of Netflix, Inc. and served as its founding CEO, executive producer of its website, and a member of its board of directors until 2003. Randolph has launched more than half a dozen other successful startups, including, most recently, analytics software company Looker Data Sciences, which was acquired by Google in 2019. He has served as a mentor to hundreds of early-stage entrepreneurs and is an investor in numerous successful tech ventures.

Randolph has returned numerous times to Hamilton as a panelist to discuss entrepreneurship where his lectures have filled the Chapel. During visits, his priority has been to spend time with students. He also led a virtual event for his class during its 40th reunion. He is a best-selling author, hosts the podcast That Will Never Work, is a frequent speaker at industry events, and works extensively with young entrepreneur programs.

John J. Christopher ’83, P’14
John J. Christopher ’83, P’14

John J. Christopher ’83, P’14
President of the Hamilton Alumni Association

After graduating with a concentration in public policy analysis, John Christopher earned his J.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He began his law career in 1988 and advanced to partner at Hodgson Russ LLP in Buffalo, where he served as group leader for two practices: college and university as well as labor and employment. In 2015, he was selected vice president and general counsel at Monmouth University. He also serves as corporate secretary to the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music.

As vice chair of the Alumni Council, Christopher initiated adjustments to its bylaws and served as parliamentarian for questions about the council’s operations. He brought calm, clear thinking to deliberations about social justice issues and the College’s COVID-19 response. His professional background makes him a particular asset to the council and the College because he is knowledgeable on a wide range of public relations and legal issues facing higher education. Christopher has served as president of the Class of 1983 since 2013. He and his wife, Mary, are parents of Alana ’14.

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