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2018-03-07 / Local News

Clarence residents appointed to BISON Fund board

Two Clarence residents are among three new members of the board of directors of the BISON Children’s Scholarship Fund, a privately funded tuition assistance program that helps low-income families afford the cost of tuition at local private schools.

Jonathan Amoia and Paul Seminara, both of Clarence, and the Rev. Joseph S. Rogliano will join the existing 15 board members.

“All three of our newest board members embody the compassionate spirit of the Western New York community,” said Paul Bauer, BISON Children’s Scholarship Fund board president. “They bring a wealth of experience and passion for our mission of providing equal access to education for all children in our region. We are honored to have them on board.”

Amoia is a partner and director at Sandhill Investment Management. A 14-year veteran of investments and financial services, prior to joining

Sandhill, he spent the majority of his career as a vice president at Citigroup in corporate bond sales and trading. At Citigroup, he advised 60 institutional clients, totaling more than $1 trillion of investable assets.

Amoia currently serves as chairman of the Convergance Council at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Additionally, he is a board member of Buffalo State College and Kenmore Mercy Foundations. He and his wife, Rachel, have three children.

Seminara is an area vice president of sales for Salesforce.com and a 25-year veteran of the software industry. A graduate of Canisius High School, he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame. He and his wife, Colleen, have two children.

To learn more about the BISON Children’s Scholarship Fund, visit www.bisonfund.com.

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