AΣN Board & Staff
The Board of Directors:
- Oversees the good governance of Alpha Sigma Nu and the careful shepherding of donors’ gifts and induction fees
- Ensures that all activities of the Society address the Alpha Sigma Nu purpose and mission
- Articulates a vision for ΑΣΝ
The Board consists of 15 members:
- Eight members are elected by delegates at the Triennial Conference for six-year terms
- Two student members are elected by delegates at the Triennial Conference for three year terms
- Two members are appointed by the Board at the midpoint between Triennial Conferences for six year terms to ensure continuity
The Board Faculty Adviser and the Board Alumni Adviser are appointed by the Board of Directors at the Triennial Conference for three year terms and are ex-officio members without a vote
The Executive Director of Alpha Sigma Nu is an ex-officio member without a vote.
Alpha Sigma Nu Board Officers
Kerry Dziubek Inducted: Marquette University, 1990
Kerry Dziubek practices law at Arnold & Porter LLP in New York, where she concentrates on environmental law, complex litigation, and brand protection. She regularly counsels clients on environmental compliance and litigation, remediation and redevelopment of contaminated sites, and allocation of environmental risk in transactions. Ms. Dziubek helped develop Arnold & Porter's New York WomenConnect semi-annual programs, which provide a forum for the firm's women attorneys and senior-level clients to discuss challenges facing professional women, with a strong focus on practical solutions and advancement. Ms. Dziubek has represented clients on a pro bono basis in matters involving religious freedom, right-to-counsel, immigration, and environmental compliance. She also served for many years on Arnold & Porter's Pro Bono Committee.
David Morrissey Inducted: Loyola Marymount University, 1963
David Morrissey has recently retired as Assistant Vice President for University Relations at University of Notre Dame. His responsibilities included management of Notre Dame’s Advisory Council Program whose members play key roles in the advancement of the University and its principal academic endeavors. In addition to his advisory council responsibilities, Mr. Morrissey worked with current and prospective benefactors of Notre Dame, many of them living internationally. He also served as a key member of the University Relations senior management group. Prior to assuming his current duties, Mr. Morrissey was director of regional development for Notre Dame in the Los Angeles area for 16 years. Before beginning his long career at Notre Dame, he served in the Alumni and Development office at Loyola Marymount University for 10 years, including serving as director of development for the Loyola Law School. A native of Santa Barbara, California, Mr. Morrissey graduated from Loyola Marymount University, and he received an MBA degree from the University of Southern California.
Eva Marie Carney Inducted: University of San Francisco, 1979
Eva Marie Carney practices law and maintains an active pro bono practice focused on immigration relief for women and girls facing violence. She also holds elected office as a Member of the Legislature of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, representing fellow Potawatomi who live in the 13 Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States and the District of Columbia. She earlier was a partner in a Washington, D.C. law advising investment funds, banks, accounting and broker-dealer firms, was the firm’s Diversity Committee Co-Chair from 2012-2016, and sat on the firm's Executive Committee for a four-year term. Previously, Ms. Carney served as Assistant General Counsel with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Ms. Carney graduated from the University of San Francisco with a BA in history, magna cum laude, and received her JD from Stanford Law School. Ms. Carney serves on the Posse D.C. Leadership Council and as a mentor and career coach to Posse Foundation Scholars and University of San Francisco students, and holds memberships in the Women’s Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association. Her pro bono work is through the Pro Bono Services Programs of Whitman Walker Legal Services, Tahirih Justice Center and Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington.
Michael Bizzario Inducted: Fairfield University, 1994
Michael Bizzario is the Director of Operations at East River Energy, a diversified energy supplier to homes, businesses and municipalities throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, licensed to operate in 13 states. Previously, while at UBS from 2007-13,MR. Bizzario served in a variety of roles across one of the largest hedge fund platforms in the industry, ranging from manager due diligence to client portfolio management to transaction specialist, partnering with some of the largest and most well respected institutional investors. He supported a range of relationships, including family offices, endowments, foundations, insurance companies, etc., and was responsible for all aspects and phases associated with customized advisory and discretionary mandates. Prior to UBS, Mr. Bizzario was with Guggenheim Partners as Vice President of Research and Hedge Fund Portfolio Management and with Rocaton Investment Advisors as an Alternative Investments Research Specialist and Manager of Due Diligence. He earned an MBA in Finance at Yale University and a B.S. in Accounting at Fairfield University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. While at Fairfield, he served as the Alpha Sigma Nu Chapter Treasurer. Mr. Bizzario is married with 3-year old twins, and resides in Guilford, CT.
Board Faculty Adviser
Thomas Regan, SJ Inducted: Fairfield 1984
Fr. Regan entered the Society of Jesus in 1976 and was ordained a priest in 1987. Prior to ordination he taught religious studies at Fordham Prep and philosophy at Fairfield University and Boston College. In 1988, he was appointed assistant professor of philosophy at Fairfield University where he subsequently received tenure and was promoted to associate professor. He served as acting chair (1992-1993) and then chair of the Philosophy Department (1993-2000) and co-director of the program in Legal Studies from 1996-2000. From 2000-2002, he was associate dean in the College of Arts and Sciences. He served six years as the national president of Alpha Sigma Nu, the Honor Society for all Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, and is a past president of the Jesuit Philosophical Association. In 2003, he was appointed to a six year term as Provincial of the New England Province of the Society of Jesus. Prior to coming to Loyola, he taught philosophy as a visiting professor at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles (2010) and at Fordham University in New York (2010-2011). He currently serves as the Dean for the College of Arts & Sciences as well as an Associate Professor of philosophy at Loyola University Chicago and is the Academic Dean for St. Joseph College Seminary.
Board Alumni Adviser
Maggie Lund Inducted: University of Scranton, 1984
Maggie Lund is the Divisional Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Mercy Health. Prior to her role with Mercy Health, Lund served as the Vice President of Human Resources for one of Mercy Health’s sister companies in Scranton, Pennsylvania. During her nine years there, she provided leadership in all aspects of human resources. Lund also served as Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development for Wilkes University where she provided leadership in the areas of strategy development, compensation, benefits, process improvement, recruitment, employee relations and organizational development. Lund received a BS degree in human services and master’s degrees in human resources administration, and rehabilitation counseling from the University of Scranton. Lund has also completed doctorate coursework in industrial relations and human resources at Rutgers University.