Jefferies Scholarship
Jefferies Scholarship

Selection Committee


Dan Aron

Karen Bass

Steven DelVecchio

Alyssa Frank Reichman 


 

 
Pictured from left to right: Alyssa Reichman, Dan Aron, the late Carl Hathaway, and Karen Bass

 

     Dan Aron
Selection Committee Chairman

From 1989-2019, Dan was a Partner and Head Trader at Levin Capital Strategies. Dan started his Wall Street career as an equity sales trader at Salomon Brothers in New York, Chicago, and Tokyo. He serves as a member of several nonprofit organizations including the Dean's Council of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, the Board of Levitt Pavilion in Westport, CT, and the Board of the Music Theatre of Connecticut. Dan is a 1983 graduate of Indiana University, where he remains involved through mentoring 45 students a year affiliated with the Undergraduate Investment Management Workshop. 
Appointed in 2007
     

 


Karen Bass
Selection Committee Member

Karen retired from Syracuse University after 23 years in the Office of Admissions, where her most recent position was as Director of International Undergraduate Admissions. A graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Karen and her husband reside in Syracuse, New York.
Appointed in 2016


 
   

    

Steven DelVecchio
Selection Committee Member 

Steve is the Senior Assistant Director for International Admission in the Office of Undergraduate Admission at Fordham University. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he returned home to Long Island to begin his career in university admission and receive his MA in Psychology from Adelphi University.
Appointed in 2014
 


 
     Alyssa Frank Reichman
Selection Committee Member

Alyssa is currently the Director of the Schawbel College Resource Center at the Boston Latin School, which is the oldest public school in the nation. Prior to her current position where she directs college counseling programming, she was a Senior Assistant Director of Admission at Fordham University.  She is a member of National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC), and a gradute of Barnard College as well as NYU, where she received an MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management, and an MA in Hebrew and Judaic Studies.
Appointed in 2012