SBS holds Town Hall to honor alumni, introduce students to career paths

Oct. 17, 2019

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is celebrating its 2019 inductees into the Hall of Fame at the SBS Town Hall from 2-3:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in Room 110 of the SBS Castro Building (Bldg. 65). Inductees are alumni selected and recognized for their contributions made to the university, community or industry. Students are invited to attend and meet the inductees as well as learn about career opportunities.

  • Following graduation, Roy D. Morey served as director of the United Nations Development Programme, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and as a White House staff member. Currently, he serves on the NAU Foundation Board of Directors, Board of Directors of the YMCA of Southern Arizona and the Tucson Committee on Foreign relations. He also will be receiving the 2019 President’s Alumni Award.
  • Sherman Frederick served four years in the Navy before attending NAU and pursuing journalism. He was named president of the Stephens Media Group in 1999, was inducted into the Nevada Newspaper Hall of Fame in 2018 and is founder of Battle Born Media, LLC.
  • Anthony (Toby) Gibson studied political science and now serves as executive director of federal relations for the University of Pittsburgh. He has held several key policy positions for members of Congress and the White House.
  • Amy Peña serves in the position of general counsel for The Chicago Community Trust. The trust, one of the oldest and largest community foundations, strives to create and maintain a region where all people regardless of race, place or identity can reach their full potential.