Notable Livingston College Alumni

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Last Updated on April 18, 2021 by laaAdmin

Livingston College graduates have been making their mark on the world. Their incredible achievements are a testament to Livingston’s traditions. These distinguished alumni are an inspiration to the overall Rutgers community and the world at large. LAA has also established a “hall of fame” for the college’s Distinguished Alumni.

Livingston College graduates have been making their mark on the world. Their incredible achievements are a testament to Livingston’s traditions. These distinguished alumni are an inspiration to the overall Rutgers community and the world at large. LAA has also established a “hall of fame” for the college’s Distinguished Alumni.

(The Rutgers University Alumni Association previously maintained a list of notable alumni from throughout the university.)

  • James Bailey, LC ’80, retired professional basketball player.
  • Bill Bellamy, LC ’89, Comedian; Actor, How to Be a Player, Fastlane; TV Host, Last Comic Standing.
  • Avery F. Brooks, LC ’73 and Mason Gross School of the Arts (MGSA) ’76, Actor, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Spenser: For Hire; Professor of Theater Arts.
  • Gregory Q. Brown, LC ’82, Chairman of the Rutgers University Board of Governors; CEO of Motorola Solutions; 2010 inductee into the Rutgers University Hall of Distinguished Alumni.
  • Thomas F. Daley, LC ’75, appellate judge, Louisiana circuit court (deceased).
  • David M. DelVecchio, Mayor of Lambertville, NJ.
  • Gerard Gallucci, LC ’73, former chief of the U.S. embassies in Brazil and Sudan, former United Nations peacekeeper in Kosovo and East Timor.
  • Aurelia Green, LC ’74, Deputy Bronx Borough (New York City) President; former New York State Assemblywoman.
  • Verta Mae Grosvenor, National Public Radio commentator.
  • Mark Helias, LC ’74, jazz musician.
  • Roy Hinson, LC ’83, former Atlanta Hawks basketball player.
  • Eddie Jordan, Rutgers men’s basketball coach from 2013-2016. Formerly a Los Angeles Lakers player and Philadelphia 76ers coach (School of Management and Labor Relations, 2015; originally scheduled to graduate from LC in 1977).
  • Clifton R. Lacy, LC ’75, past Commissioner, NJ Health and Senior Services.
  • John S. Lipori, LC ’77, executive vice president and chief trust officer, The Bank of New York.
  • Shaun O’Hara, LC ’05, Former Center and Captain, New York Giants. (Originally scheduled to graduate from LC in 1999.)
  • Vivian Salama, LC’00, SCILS’00, Baghdad bureau chief for the Associated Press.
  • Harvey M. Schwartz, LC’87, President and Co-Chief Operating Officer of Goldman Sachs; 2014 inductee into Rutgers University Hall of Distinguished Alumni.
  • Scott Siegel, LC’74, entertainment producer.
  • Gregg Spiridellis, LC ’93, RBS’93, co-founder Jib Jab.
  • Harry V. Swayne III, LC’90, former professional football player.
  • Tom Terhaar, LC’92, coach of the 2012 Olympic gold U.S. women’s rowing team.
  • Robert Uhrik, LC’78, Mayor of Rocky Hill, NJ (2019).
  • Eric Young, LC’89, RBS’89, former Houston Astros baseball player, current MLB Network commentator.

Do you have additions to this list? Contact info@livingstonalumni.org.

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