Trocaire College’s Board of Trustees will welcome three new members in the new year. Tracey A. Maw ’94, Alicia J. Thompson and Montique V. Williams were elected to three-year terms as trustees in October.
“The Trocaire Board of Trustees is excited to welcome Tracey, Alicia and Montique to our team,” said Board Chair Jonathan T. Swiatkowski. “The addition of their considerable skills, honed leadership abilities, unique perspectives and eagerness to serve will prove invaluable as we continue to work together to enhance the Trocaire experience for our students, staff and faculty.”
Tracey A. Maw is a proud Trocaire College alumna, having earned an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in nursing in 1994. She went on to get her Bachelor of Science in nursing from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, and then her Master of Science in nursing with a focus on administration, education and research from the University of Phoenix.
She worked in various nursing and high-level administrative positions for Elderwood , Western New York’s largest network of rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living and independent living communities, for 18 years. Currently, she is the vice president of operations at Heathwood Assisted Living and also works as a legal nurse consultant. In 2012, she was recognized as a recipient of the Trocaire College Distinguished Alumni Award.
Alicia J. Thompson has been director of the Erie 1 BOCES School Library System and supervisor for the Western New York Regional Library Automation Service since 2013. Prior to this position, she worked as the library media specialist for Cheektowaga Middle School and for grades K-5 at the Iroquois School District, as well as the assistant branch manager/Youth Services librarian for the Buffalo and Erie County Library.
Thompson holds a Master of Library Science and an Advanced Degree Master of Library Science from SUNY at Buffalo. She also earned a Master of Science in educational administration from Canisius College.
Montique V. Williams is director of provider network management for HealthNow New York, Inc., and he also teaches financial courses at Medaille College as an adjunct professor. Previously, he was director of financial services for Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, the largest acute care hospital in the Catholic Health System. He also worked for five years in a financial leadership position at Kaleida Health and for a decade in various management positions at M&T Bank and Key Bank.
Williams earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD, and his Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a duel concentration of finance and business environment & public policy from the University of Rochester.