2019 Alumni Awards Recipients

Kevin Glenn ’14 is the recipient of this year’s Premier Achievement Award from Albertus Magnus College

Kevin Glenn ’14

Kevin Glenn ’14 is the recipient of this year’s Premier Achievement Award, presented to a graduate of the past ten years who has excelled either professionally, within the community, or shown extraordinary loyalty and dedication to the College. Kevin is the Deputy Chief of Police in North Haven and an 18-year veteran of the North Haven Police Department. He commands the Investigative Services Division, the Uniformed Services Division, and a regional tactical team. He is a liaison with other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to advance regional communication and investigative success.

Kevin established a training program, and developed curriculum for a 30 member tactical team exceeding national standards. He is a domestic Violence Legislative Task Force adviser, facilitated the first Lethality Assessment program in South Central CT, and conducted public school safety evaluations for physical security upgrades as well as policy and training for district wide personnel. Kevin assisted in the creation of a Police Canine Program in North Haven CT.

Mary Lou DiPaola ’72 is the recipient of this year’s Alumni of the Year Award from Albertus Magnus College

Mary Lou DiPaola ’72

Mary Lou DiPaola ’72 is the recipient of this year’s Alumni of the Year Award, presented to a member of the Association who has attained preeminence in his/her life through outstanding professional, scholarly, and artistic achievement; who is devoted to serving others through volunteer/community service work; or who has manifested extraordinary loyalty and dedication to the College. Mary Lou has been the President of the Albertus Alumni Association and served on several committees at Albertus. She has worked with international students, Squash Haven (a youth development program in New Haven), IRIS (Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services), and programs that assist the homeless.

Mary Lou recently retired after many years in education. She studied Spanish and Italian and was involved in teaching ESL in grades K-12. in urban districts of New Haven, West Haven, Hamden, and Meriden. Mary Lou developed the first middle school program for ESL students in Meriden. She is also a member of Commissioner of Education Ad Hoc Committee for Secondary School Reform in CT., and a member of the Commissioner of Education Roundtable for Family and Community Engagement in CT. Mary Lou also implemented the Teach UNICEF Program with international students to promote global awareness in schools, and was a New Haven Foundation Grant recipient: “Children in Conflict”, a global awareness program.