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Moorestown resident elected president of Temple University Alumni Association

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Scott F. Cooper, chair of Blank Rome’s Labor & Employment group and former chancellor/president of the Philadelphia Bar Association, has been elected president of the Temple University Alumni Association and a member of the Temple University’s Board of Trustees. His two-year term began July 1, 2014. Cooper was elected president-elect in 2012.

In this role, Cooper will lead the Executive Committee and the TUAA Board, which is comprised of 54 members representing all of Temple’s 17 schools.

“I am honored and excited to serve the Temple University Alumni Association as its President,” said Cooper. “Temple is a very special place for me. With so much going on at the University, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to this great institution in this capacity. I, along with my fellow officers and board members, are looking forward to growing our existing programming and membership. We will implement a number of new initiatives, including a comprehensive strategic plan, and enhanced communications and outreach to members both inside and outside of the Philadelphia region.”

Founded in 1927, the TUAA represents Temple University’s 285,000 living alumni in 50 states and more than 143 countries. Its core purpose is to promote and support Temple University by fostering lifelong global engagement with alumni, students, and the Temple family. The TUAA is the umbrella organization for Temple’s school and college alumni associations, the Young Alumni Committee, shared-interest alumni groups, and regional alumni clubs. For additional information, visit www.myowlspace.com.

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