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Manny Scrofani

Emanuel Scrofani – Class of 1960

Alumnus’ college experience as a player and aspiring teacher laid foundation for distinguished career in education

As a member of Montclair State University’s undefeated 1960 football team, Emanuel “Manny” Scrofani learned the importance of being versatile and inspiring players to reach their potential. For more than four decades, Scrofani improved education at every level, driving innovation for classrooms, school districts, teachers and school boards.

Edward Gero

Edward Gero – Class of 1970

A Man of Characters

As he took the stage as Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on opening night of the off-Broadway performance of The Originalist in July, Edward Gero was empowered to know that Jerome Rockwood, his old acting professor from Montclair State University was in the audience. The role of Justice Scalia, which was written for Gero, offered his first return to the New York stage in 35 years.

Michele Ansbacher

Michele Ansbacher – Class of 1980

Training program launches 34-year career, instills commitment to alma mater

From 2009-2012, Ansbacher served as the Chief Ethics Officer for Prudential’s global operations. Since 2015, Ansbacher has served as an adjunct professor at the Feliciano School of Business, most recently teaching an MBA course on business leadership perspectives.