Alfred State College is pleased to announce that Trish Haggerty has been named the new interim executive assistant to the president.
Haggerty has been an Alfred State employee since January 2016, when she was hired as the director of Annual Giving. She was promoted to director of Development in 2019.
Upon assuming her new position on April 20, Haggerty took over for Tammy Conrad, who recently retired after having worked in the President’s Office since April 2004.
Alfred State President Dr. Skip Sullivan said, “We will miss having Tammy Conrad in our office and we certainly wish her the very best as she begins an exciting new chapter of her life. I also want to welcome Trish to our office and am delighted that she is taking on this new role. She has served our college very well as a member of our Institutional Advancement team and I am confident she will excel in her new position.”
Speaking about her new role, Haggerty said, “I am honored to be working side by side with President Sullivan and his administration team to advance the strategic plan of Alfred State. I am passionate about our college and our students and I know that the experience and relationships I formed during my time with our Institutional Advancement team gives me a solid foundation to be successful in my new role.”
As interim executive assistant to the president, Haggerty will provide operational, financial, and programmatic support for the day-to-day activities of the President’s Office. She will also engage in extensive interaction with all levels of internal and external campus constituencies, including the College Council.
Prior to joining the Alfred State staff, Haggerty served as the director of Marketing and Admissions at Wellsville Manor Care Center, vice president of Team Sales at Simpson Race Products, and NASCAR sales account manager at Team Simpson Racing. She holds a bachelor’s degree in interpersonal and organizational communications, with a minor in business marketing and management from the State University of New York at Geneseo.