UMBC is proud of all that our alumni go on to achieve, and we’re especially proud that we’ve graduated so many people who bring their talents and skills back to their communities. Today, we recognize Clolita Vitale ’75, theatre, a former UMBC employee who has just been appointed to the USM Foundation Board of Directors, and Ray Barbosa ’09, a former Retriever basketball player who, after playing professionally for several years, has been honored by his high school, and is now coaching in his home state of Pennsylvania.

 

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Vitale on a recent visit to UMBC.

Clolita Vitale ’75, theatre, has been named to the University System of Maryland (USM) Foundation Board of Directors, after over thirty years of USM experience. In addition to her degree from UMBC, she holds a B.S. from the University of Maryland University College and a J.D. from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She worked at UMBC as a director of procurement before becoming University Counsel, a position she held until she moved on to Constellation Energy (later Exelon) in 2008. Now retired, she continues to volunteer with Senior Legal Services and the Esperanza Center in Baltimore.

 

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Barbosa as a high school basketball player.

Ray Barbosa ’09, American studies, has been inducted into the Allentown-William Allen Hall of Fame for basketball. As a Retriever, he helped the men’s basketball team to an NCAA tournament berth, and played basketball professionally in Puerto Rico for five years after graduating. He is now head coach at Bethlehem Catholic High School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

 

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