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So many Bostonians are SU grads!

If you enjoyed reading about Muss Akram ’10, Joe Goldberg ’07, Alan Goodman ’72, Kristen Krikorian ’99, Bob Mitchell ’75, and Megan Wittenberger ’08, then see what these other successful Boston alums are doing! Click on the names below to meet Roger Berkowitz ’74, Dr. Ghaleb Daouk ’79, Tom Darling ’81, Sean McDonough ’84, and Tracy Smith ’90.

  • Roger Berkowitz ’74

    Roger S. Berkowitz ’74 started working in his family’s fish market in Cambridge when he was 10 years old, and through the years he learned all aspects of the business. Today Berkowitz is President and CEO of Legal Sea Foods, and the restaurant group has become known for its quality and freshness, operating more than 30 restaurants in 10 states, plus an online fish market and retail product line.

  • Dr. Ghaleb Daouk ’79

    Dr. Ghaleb Daouk ’79 is a Pediatric Nephrology Consultant for Children’s Hospital Boston and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. A past recipient of SU’s Outstanding Alumni Award, he established the Daouk-Levy undergraduate studentship Fund in Biology and the Ghaleb and Rima Daouk Visiting Professorship in the Life Sciences.

  • Tom Darling ’81

    Thomas W. Darling ’81 works in the financial services industry as the manager of Agawam Trust & Management. He also serves on the board of his family’s philanthropic foundation, the Tamarack Foundation. A member of the 1980, 1984, and 1988 U.S. Olympic rowing teams, Darling earned a silver medal at the ’84 Los Angeles games. He has maintained his interest in rowing, serving as membership chair of the Syracuse Alumni Rowing Association (SARA).

  • Sean McDonough ’84

    Sean McDonough ’84, a play-by-play commentator on ESPN’s college basketball and college football games, primarily calls the network’s Big Monday BIG EAST basketball and Saturday college football games. He has also done play-by-play on the network for Major League Baseball, the NHL, tennis, the College World Series, and college soccer and hockey.
  • Tracy Smith ’90

    Tracy Smith ’90, director of marketing for landscape architecture and planning firm Copley Wolff Design Group, has more than 10 years of experience in Boston’s commercial real estate industry. A member of the 1990 and 1991 U.S. National Rowing Team, and the 1992 U.S. Olympic Rowing Team, Smith was inducted into SU’s Orange Plus Hall of Fame and received the SU Verhulst Sportswoman of the Year Award in 1988 and 1989.