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Interim Keuka president updates legislature

PENN YAN--Keuka College Interim President Amy Storey visited the county legislature Monday, Sept. 10 to update Yates lawmakers on several college matters.
Storey has been in her position just over two months since her appointment July 1 due to a death in the family of the former president.
Storey previously served as the college's vice-president for advancement and external affairs.
On Monday, Storey talked about the economic impact of Keuka College. Storey estimated the college's impact to Yates County is some $110-$130 million annually. She also said the college will be working with workforce and county development officials to look at the local needs and maybe adding some vocational trade studies (carpenters, plumbers, etc.).
Storey said 70 percent of Keuka College graduates stay in the upstate New York area with their career work. She noted this talent pool is especially valuable for the region.
Storey also provided enrollment numbers this fall at Keuka College. They include:
• 1,150 students on campus and commuters
• 800 students across upstate
• 2,000 students in Asia with four locations in China and four in Vietnam
In her role as the college's chief advancement officer, Storey led a brand and visual identity overhaul that contributed to three of the largest incoming classes in Keuka College's history, launched The Next 125: The Comprehensive Campaign for Keuka College, and helped secure more than $23 million in cash, commitments and grants in support of the college. She continues to function as the college's chief fundraiser.
During her time at Keuka College, Storey has provided leadership over a number of administrative functions--including development, marketing and communications, alumni relations and community relations. In addition, she's the executive liaison for the college's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Storey obtained her bachelor's degree from the Binghamton University School of Management. She lives in Palmyra, Wayne County, with her husband, Alan, and their two children.





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