60 Seconds With

Josh Coyne, '10, Chapter Leader, Southern California

Hometown: Baldwinsville, N.Y.

Degree: B.A. in political science

Current job: Assistant director, Student Leader-ship & Engagement, at the University of San Diego

My best memory of NU is: all-you-can-eat chicken wings at Clet Dining Hall!

My favorite hangout was: in the N-Zone during a basketball game against Canisius.

My favorite part of my job is: I get to teach/work with elected student government leaders, discuss politics, and hopefully coach a future member of Congress.

When I’m not working, you’ll find me: on the water sailing, perhaps at the beach.

I still want to learn how to: master the art of my golf game ... one day I will make that putt!

I decided to become a chapter leader because: I love our alma mater and wish to continue to tell the world about what it means to have a Niagara education.

Alumni should stay connected to Niagara by becoming involved in their local chapters because: there are a lot of young people out there looking for a great university to attend. It’s on us to share the spirit of Monteagle Ridge, the power of Niagara.