Damian Joseph Clark

Damian Clark, BSC '05

Photo courtesy of: Damian Clark

Shara Amy Glickman

Shara Glickman, BSJ '98

Photo courtesy of: Shara Glickman

Gregory Tremell Moore

Greg Moore, BSC ’83

Photo courtesy of: Greg Moore

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OHIO Alumni Association selects three new Board members

The Ohio University Alumni Association is pleased to announce the selection of three new members to its Board of Directors. Damian J. Clark of Chicago, Illinois, Shara A. Glickman of Arlington, Virginia, and Gregory T. Moore of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, begin their terms July 1, 2016. The OHIO Alumni Association’s Board of Directors is composed of 28 OHIO graduates who uphold its mission to represent and connect more than 200,000 Bobcats worldwide.

"We work to ensure that the composition of the board is representative of the demographics of our alumni base," said Jennifer Neubauer, assistant vice president of Alumni Relations and executive director of the Association. "We pride ourselves on having a diversified board to represent our alumni and we are excited about our new members, each of whom will add a unique perspective to our organization."

New members

Damian Joseph Clark graduated from OHIO in 2005 with a bachelor of science degree in communication studies. He was a member of several Greek organizations, including the Alpha Tau chapter of Theta Chi fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity and Beta Gamma Sigma business honors society. Clark is an auditor for Crowe Horwath, LLP in the Chicago area.

He serves as a volunteer for the Chicago Cares annual Serve-a-thon, Special Olympics Illinois and Loyola Friends of Cambodia, among other charities.  

As an alumnus, Clark has remained an active member of the OHIO community. Since 2009 he has held several board positions with the Chicago chapter of the OHIO Alumni Association including president from 2012-14. During that time the chapter received the Outstanding Alumni Chapter and Most Innovative Program awards. Clark looks forward to taking his involvement with the Association to a national level. 

“There have been so many great times and many learning experiences in my seven-plus years on the OHIO Chicago Alumni Chapter board,” he said. “I hope that can inspire someone else to get involved and create an exceptional experience for their alumni association, as well.”

Shara Amy Glickman received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ohio University in 1998. She is a member of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism’s Society of Alumni and Friends and is the immediate past president of the Nation’s Capital Chapter of the OHIO Alumni Association.

Glickman’s near 20-year career in public relations includes leadership positions in Ohio, Wyoming, New York City and Washington D.C. Glickman is vice president at the Washington, D.C. office of Weber Shandwick, Powell Tate.

Glickman is a lifetime member of both Phi Mu fraternity and Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America. She was a volunteer for Greater DC Cares, a nonprofit organization that connects community assets with community needs to strengthen the D.C. region.

Gregory Tremell Moore received his bachelor of science degree in communication studies in 1983. He continues to serve the OHIO community as the Student Senate Alumni Society’s past president and as a current board member.

Moore is among the nation’s leading voting and civil rights leaders with more than 30 years of experience in political empowerment and advocacy. He served as the deputy political director of the Democratic National Committee and as chief of staff and legislative director for Congressman John Conyers, Jr. During his time with Conyers Moore founded GTM Consulting Services, LLC and serves as its president and CEO.

In addition, Moore is the executive director for the NAACP National Voter Fund (NVF) and serves on the boards of several organizations including the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, America Votes and the United States Student Association Education Fund.

Moore looks forward to applying his background and experiences to the work of the Association’s Board of Directors.

“Alumni play an increasingly important role in the life of OHIO both on and off campus,” he said. “I hope my experience in the nation's capitol and within the civil rights community can offer the board an important perspective on a variety of issues.”

As the three new members take their positions on the board, the Association commends Julie Mann Keppner for her service as chair from 2014-16. Keppner received her bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2002 and holds positions on multiple boards throughout the OHIO community. Ronald Teplitzky, AB ’84, assumes the role of Board chair in July.  

To learn more about the OHIO Alumni Association, click here.