Listee Features — August 2, 2017


Musician, artist, lawyer, and real estate investor: these are just a few of the titles Sally Ekenberg Mosher has embodied over the years. She began her varied career by earning a Bachelor of Music from Manhattanville College in 1956, and immediately entered the workforce. As her journey evolved, she repeatedly returned to academia to help her succeed in her chosen fields. From 1960 to 1961, Ms. Mosher completed postgraduate work at Hofstra University, from 1973 to 1974, she completed postgraduate work at the University of Southern California, and in 1981, she returned to the latter school to obtain a JD. She was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1982. ​ During her distinguished career, Ms. Mosher served in

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Recognized as an expert in Renaissance art, Jane Schuyler has thrived in her esteemed career as a fine arts educator. Her ever-growing interest in the field initially took root during her time at Queens College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1965, and continued on at Hunter College, where she earned a Master of Arts in 1967. While Dr. Schuyler was pursuing her final educational degree, a PhD from Columbia University in 1972, she also obtained her first professional position as an assistant professor of art history at Montclair State College in 1970. She fell in love with the work, and hasn’t looked back since. ​ Over the years, Dr. Schuyler experienced rapid academic growth, concluding with the

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Hardworking and passionate, Sandra K. Simpson began her distinguished career in government service by earning a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Vermont in Burlington in 1971. She proceeded to join the U.S. Army in 1973, and, after being trained in medical logistics, she realized she had found her niche. Ms. Simpson quickly grew to become responsible for all medical logistics throughout the Middle East, Europe, and Africa, where one of her most memorable accomplishments was successfully leading a team tasked with delivering medical necessities and supplies into Liberia during the Ebola outbreak. ​ In a culmination of all of her years of excellence in her field, Ms. Simpson served in the Defense Logistics Agency for the U.S. government

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A respected figure in the chemistry community, Ann Onton parlays 50 years of professional excellence into her role as a senior scientist at NanoViricides Inc., which she has held since 2006. The development stage company, which she co-founded, uses unique nanomedicine technology to create anti-viral medicines against seasonal and epidemic influenzas, HIV/AIDS, cold sores, viral eye diseases, shingles, and more. ​ Prior to her current position, Ms. Onton has served as a laboratory manager at TheraCour Pharma, Inc., from 2005 to 2006, laboratory assistant at the University of San Diego from 2003 to 2005, and manager of research development and production at AllExcel, Inc., from 2000 to 2003. She garnered additional experience as a research associate for both Genaissance Pharmaceuticals

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