Quinnipiac University

John Arcangelo named director of alumni and parent relations

January 03, 2018

John Arcangelo '02 smiles for a photo.

John Arcangelo ’02 is returning to #BobcatNation. The communications graduate has been named director of alumni and parent relations.

“My job is to make sure that we are engaging alumni in a relevant way to ultimately foster a deeper relationship with the university,” he said. “Whether it is through our career development program, participating in alumni events or coming back on campus to connect with students, my role is to build a sense of community among our alumni.”

Arcangelo began working at ESPN shortly after graduating where he ultimately became an associate producer. Following his four-year stint at ESPN, Arcangelo switched career paths and became an account manager at Millward Brown, a multinational market research firm. He joined Quinnipiac after working for more than six years in marketing at Subway in Milford.

“I had a fantastic experience at Quinnipiac,” he said. “I stepped into a career at ESPN and thrived in all of my jobs, and it was all because of the foundation that I received at Quinnipiac. I love it here. I feel I’m coming back home in a way. I’ve had the opportunity to accomplish and experience some really amazing things in my career, and I look forward to leveraging my background in my role here at Quinnipiac.”

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