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It’s easy for Matthew Sordoni ’99 to explain why he’s still an active member of the Muhlenberg community, even though he no longer treks across campus on a daily basis.
“Excellent friends, a fine education, an opportunity to travel the world and a start to a great career. When I reflect on all the wonderful things Muhlenberg gave me, it becomes a no-brainer why I give back,” says the business administration major, who is now manager of eMarketing at Mack Trucks, Inc. in Allentown.
Sordoni recently became chair of Young Alumni HMMS and in this role will work with the Development & Alumni Relations Office to encourage donor participation among younger alumni – in particular those who have graduated within the past decade. He also plans to become more involved with his local alumni club to help attract more young alumni to regional events.
“There are so many ways to be active with the College,” says Sordoni. “Anyone can find a Muhlenberg activity that suits him or her. Since Muhlenberg is not solely funded by tuition, donor participation in The Muhlenberg Fund plays a crucial role in the College’s ability to offer such a great student experience. This is an excellent opportunity for alumni, parents, and friends of the College to assist in growing Muhlenberg into ‘our’ collective vision of the future.”
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