Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented annually to extraordinary individuals who embody the true spirit of Molloy College. The recipients are recognized as solid corporate citizens, and those who demonstrate exceptional leadership and service within their community, and who hold in high esteem the notions of volunteerism and philanthropy.
SALVATORE P. CIAMPO
Sr. Director of Facilities Management
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
Lifetime Achievement Award
Salvatore P. Ciampo serves as the Senior Director of Facilities Management at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and has been in the higher education facilities and construction field for over 30 years. Previous to coming to Einstein, Mr. Ciampo was the Vice President of Health Care and Education for a real estate and construction consulting firm, HE2 Project Development LLC. Previous to this, Mr. Ciampo spent 23 years at St. Johns University culminating in the position of Associate Vice President of Facilities and Construction during the time when St. Johns changed from a commuter school to a residential school, requiring the building of a number of residence halls, parking garages, athletic field house and the first free standing church on the Campus.
Mr. Ciampo participates in charitable endeavors such as the Boy Scouts of America, Theodore Roosevelt Council, where he currently serves as the President. He is an Eagle Scout and holds the highest Volunteer award from the Council, The Silver Beaver.
He is a member of the Molloy College Board of Trustees serving as the Chairman of the Facilities Committee of the Board as well as serving on the Executive Committee of the Board.
He serves on the Board of the Glaucoma Foundation where he serves as Chairman of the Board Audit Committee.
He is also a Board member of The Maria Montessori School.
He participates in civic organizations such as the Lions Clubs International where he has been a member for over 25 years.
Sal has three children, Victoria, Deanna and Trevor.
S. Dorothy Anne Fitzgibbons, O.P., Ed.D.
Vice President For Mission Integration
Sister Dorothy Anne was born in the Bronx of Irish immigrant parents and grew up in both Astoria, Queens, and Massachusetts. After graduating from Bishop McDonnell Memorial High School, Sister earned her B.S. in Education degree from St. John's University. She then entered the Dominican Sisters of Amityville, Congregation of the Holy Cross. She taught elementary school for ten years and earned a Master's Degree in Education with certification as a Reading Specialist from Boston College, before being assigned to the Education Department in the Diocese of Rockville Centre as a Diocesan Supervisor and then Assistant Superintendent of Schools. During those years Sister lived in St. Agnes Convent, Rockville Centre, and earned a Doctorate in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Her post-doctoral studies include an M.A. in Theology from the Seminary in Huntington and a Certificate in Preaching from Aquinas Institute in St. Louis.
Sister was elected to the Molloy College Board of Trustees in 1975 and served as chair of the Academic Affairs Committee. She was elected to leadership on the Executive Board in her Dominican Congregation (1977-1985.)
In 1985 Sister Dorothy joined the Molloy Community as Assistant to the President for Planning and established the Office of Planning and Research. In 1988 Sister Dorothy helped to establish the President's Advisory Board on Multicultural Concerns, renamed the St. Martin de Porres Partnership for Social Justice. As Executive Assistant to the President, she was elected Secretary to the Board (1997 - 2012). During this time, Sister was an adjunct in the Theology Department and taught Freshman Studies.
Dr. Bogner appointed Sister as Vice President for Mission in 2001, a role through which she and other members of the College promote awareness of Molloy's Mission and its Catholic heritage, rooted in the Dominican Tradition of study, spirituality, service, and community.
Sister Dorothy is a member of the President's Leadership Team. The Offices of Campus Ministries, Chaplain, and Archives are part of her Mission Integration office. Sister serves on the Mission Effectiveness Committee of the Board of Trustees and the Institute for Interfaith Dialogue Advisory Board.
Sister served for eight years on the Board of Directors of St. Agnes High School, College Point, and was an initial member of the Board of Governors for Monsignor McClancy High School, East Elmhurst, for eight years.
In 1992 she received Molloy's Distinguished Service Award and a Special Service Award in 2000. Sister was also honored in 2009 by the Hispanic Brotherhood of Rockville Centre at
their Annual Scholarship Dinner.
Sister Dorothy resides at St. Mary's Convent in Roslyn Heights and serves as lector and Eucharistic Minister in the parish. She is actively involved in the life of the Sisters of St. Dominic.