Air Force Veteran and Business Grad Matthew Zamosky Receives 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award
Seton Hill University has honored Matthew Zamosky with the Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award for 2020.
Prior to graduating with his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Seton Hill’s Adult Degree Program in 2010, Matt served 20 years in the United States Air Force. He retired at the rank of Master Sergeant in 2006. Matt works tirelessly to raise awareness of the benefits and services available to the military community as the Westmoreland County Director of Veterans Affairs, a position which he has held for nearly 10 years; through his many volunteer guiding roles on nonprofit boards and professional associations that provide assistance and support for Pennsylvania veterans; and through his service in veterans organizations. Matt is president of the Pennsylvania State Association of County Directors of Veterans Affairs, serves on the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation Board of Directors, is a Deputy Commander of the 31st District of the American Legion, serves as co-chair of the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System Veterans Advisory Board, is a member of VFW Post 33 and Chapter 98 of The Retired Enlisted Association and is serving as the First Vice Commander of American Legion Post 982. He is a founding member of the Seton Hill Alumni Veterans Affinity, serves on the Seton Hill Social Work Advisory Board and was previously a member of the Alumni Advisory Council from 2014 to 2017.
The Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award is one of the highest honors given to a graduate, and since 1987, when the award program was established, more than 200 Setonians have been named distinguished alumni for their leadership in education, business, science and technology, the arts, volunteerism and philanthropy. Find out more at setonhill.edu/alumni.