After the death of her husband, Rosemary Fath Steel took over the family business, KA Steel Chemical Inc. As Chairman of the Board, she managed to build KA Steel Chemical Inc. into the largest distributor of water purification chemicals in the Midwest. Mrs. Steel has exhibited accomplishments in the fields of Economics and Business. As a student at the Mount, she majored in social science with a minor in English. She is a member of the Committee of 200, which is an organization of women business owners that hand picks successful individuals to join their existing ranks. Mrs. Steel is also a member of the International Group of Business Women Executives and Owners.
Chinyee Ho Sung was born in Nanjing, China. Her family was forced to seek refuge in Chongqing during the Sino-Japanese War. There she began her education and later received a scholarship to the College of Mount Saint Vincent where she graduated with a B.A, in fine arts. Chinyee’s works have been honored by UNICEF and by the U.S. Department of State. She is recognized internationally as an inspirational artist whose works are accomplished examples of lyrical abstractions. In 1988 Chinyee established the Chinyee Art Studio in Dobbs Ferry, New York and in 1989 Manhattan Arts Magazine named Chinyee “Artist of the Ninety’s.”
The Ad Laudem Dei awards will be bestowed at a reception for recipients and the President’s Associates at 6:00 p.m. in the President’s Reception Room on October 27. The President’s Associates are a group of Alumnae/i who donate $1,000 or more each year to the College.