University Alumni Board of Directors Welcomes Five New Members
The Alumni Board of Directors is pleased to announce its newest members, who began their terms this month as key ambassadors to the alumni network.
The Seton Hall University Alumni Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of five new members, who began their terms on July 1, 2022. Through this year’s recruitment process, the Board identified and welcomed the following alumni to represent their peers through this opportunity. Members will serve as key volunteers for the University and are able to serve up to two, two-year terms. During their tenure on the Board, members will directly impact decisions made to advance Seton Hall and the University community. Board members are key advocates to the University, as they implement initiatives to drive alumni participation and serve as liaisons to current students.
Meet the new members of the Alumni Board of Directors:
Shahria Boston, '04.
Shahria Boston ’04 currently owns her own full-service law firm in Massachusetts, which she created in 2010. Her firm specializes in real estate, premises liability/personal injury and employment law, in addition to handling a variety of civil matters. Upon graduating from Seton Hall with her B.A. in Criminal Justice, she attended Northeastern University Law School. While on campus at Seton Hall University, Shahria was involved in the Martin Luther King Scholarship Association and remains connected with the group as an alumna. Shahria also serves as a volunteer on several nonprofit boards.
Darlene Flagg ’90/M.A. ’98.
Darlene Flagg ’90/M.A. ’98 is a Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at National Life Group leading their marketing and brand efforts for both life and annuity. Flagg has over 20 years of senior management experience and 27 years of financial services and marketing experience. In her role, Flagg creates and oversees the execution of Marketing Strategies that help Middle Americans understand life and annuity solutions should they become ill, live too long, or die too soon.
Prior to joining National Life in 2015, she worked at AIG VALIC, where she last served as Vice President of Institutional Marketing. Flagg currently serves on the Women in Insurance and Financial Services (WIFS) National Board as President. She is also the Immediate Past President of the National Tax-Deferred Savings Association (NTSA), one of the Executive Sponsors for the Women’s Insight Network (WIN) at National Life, and a founding member of BUILD, a National Life Community.
Flagg received her B.A. in Communications and her M.A. in Strategic Communications. She lives by her personal motto—mother and mentor to many. As an ally for youth and the LGBT community, she takes pride in mentoring others to maximize their true potential.
Joe Nuss, '84/M.A. '93
Joe Nuss ’84/M.A. ’93 earned a B.S. in Business Administration (Computer Science) in 1984, and an M.A. in Elementary Education with Teacher Certification in 1993. Born and raised in Woodbridge, NJ, Nuss has resided in Omaha, NE with his wife, Suzanne (M.S. ‘88), for the past 26 years. Their son, Josh, continued the legacy and graduated from Seton Hall in 2016. Nuss retired from the teaching profession in 2019 after 24 years of teaching sixth grade for the Omaha Public Schools. He is active as a substitute teacher, tax preparer, and educational consultant for an Omaha tech company. He and his wife, Sue, are enthusiastic supporters of the University and established a nursing scholarship in 2021.
Erin Miu, '11
Erin Miu ’11 is a recent MBA graduate of Syracuse’s Whitman School of Management and has been an accountant at her family’s firm, Miu & Company, for over eight years. Miu consults with business and individual clients primarily in tax and financial planning. Prior to that, she has experience in the fashion industry, as she managed global designer, Vivienne Tam’s, flagship boutique and helped host events and fashion shows during New York’s biannual Fashion Week event. A 2011 graduate of Stillman, she holds a B.S. in Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and a minor in French. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, watching Formula 1 racing, lifting, and is currently pursuing an M.S. in Accounting at Syracuse University.
Vincent Santore, '17
Vincent Santore ’17 is a systems engineer, data scientist, and researcher at Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems, continuing his tenure from his undergraduate internships. With multiple peer-reviewed papers in the field of data analytics, he continues to find new ways to leverage data for the greater good. As a student at Seton Hall, he was a proud member of the University’s Honors Program while obtaining both a B.S. in Business IT Management and a B.A. in Catholic Studies. Shortly after graduation, he became the founder and CEO of The Burr Project, a non-partisan political data analytics organization. He additionally holds an M.S. in Data Analytics from Rowan University. Currently, he continues his education at Ball State University for his M.B.A. in IT leadership while residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Alumni Board of Directors will be led by Bonnie Evans, M.H.A. ’02 who is a graduate of the School of Health and Medical Sciences. Evans will serve a two-year term beginning this year, overseeing the Board, as well as serving on the University’s Board of Regents where she will represent the Alumni Board and broader alumni network.
Seton Hall excitedly welcomes its new Alumni Board members who bring varied talents, experiences, and skillsets as they begin their terms as the University’s newest ambassadors. During their tenure, they will ensure the University increases the quality and frequency of alumni engagement while upholding the Catholic mission as they move Seton Hall forward.
Interested in serving as an alumni volunteer of Seton Hall University where you will work alongside our Alumni Board of Directors? Complete our volunteer interest form today: www.shu.edu/volunteer.