PITTSBURGH—Anthony DiTommaso, vice president and general counsel, Community College of Allegheny County, has been named to the Allegheny Land Trust (ALT) Board of Directors. DiTommaso will serve a term of three years for ALT, which protects green space in Allegheny and Washington counties.
“As a lifelong resident of Western Pennsylvania, I strongly believe in ALT’s mission to protect and steward our region’s lands and natural resources
,” said DiTommaso, who has served as a volunteer for ALT programs. “The importance of local and regional conservation efforts has, perhaps, never been greater, and I am excited by the opportunity to contribute to that effort by serving as a member of ALT’s Board of Directors
Recently, DiTommaso worked on ALT’s project to expand and enhance the hiking trails at the Barking Slopes Conservation Area in New Kensington.
In his current role at CCAC, DiTommaso serves as in-house counsel and provides legal advice to CCAC’s president, college officers and employees across all campuses. He is responsible for managing the legal affairs of the college in the areas of business law; employment law; labor relations; real estate; contract drafting, negotiation and review; intellectual property; governance; compliance; policy development; and risk management. DiTommaso has been with CCAC for five years.
To learn more about the Allegheny Land Trust, visit alleghenylandtrust.org.