Donor Profiles

By supporting Suffolk University, alumni give the next generation of students a chance to succeed. Some Suffolk alums have made significant contributions to the University and continue to pay it forward. Find out more about how their generous gifts have enhanced our community and current Rams.

Sarah Dohoney Byrne, JD '03: "Service above self"

As a lawyer based in North Carolina representing survivors of sex and labor trafficking across the country, Sarah Dohoney Byrne, JD ’03 leads Moore & Van Allen PLLC’s Human Trafficking Prevention and Compliance Practice.

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Why We Give: The Moker Family

Support the Moker & Family Scholarship Fund today, or contact the Suffolk advancement office to learn more about how a family fund like the Moker Fund can make a big impact on Suffolk students.

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Leonard J. Samia Academic Center Naming Ceremony 

The University's newest academic building was named in honor of the generous Suffolk alumnus and philanthropic real estate leader who donated $10 million.

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Smith Hall dedicated to alumni brothers

150 Tremont Street was dedicated as Smith Hall in a ceremony in October 2018.

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New chair in Entrepreneurial Studies endowed by Trustee Carol Sawyer Parks

The University recently announced the establishment of the Carol Sawyer Parks Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies, endowed through the generosity of real estate developer and Suffolk Trustee Carol Sawyer Parks.

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Taj and Faries McCree endowed a scholarship for law and education students

Working hard to build community and make an impact has been a lifetime pursuit for the McCrees.

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Trustee Stacy Mills mentors Suffolk accounting students

During an inspirational trip to New York, Suffolk accounting students learn they can rise to the top from Stacy Mills, an electrician's daughter and first-generation college student who's now global controller for a Fortune 200 company.

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