Two area women have been elected to lead Wyoming Seminary's Parents Associations in Kingston and will serve as association representatives to the Board of Trustees.
Anne Nieh Hou, Clarks Summit, will serve as president of the Lower School Parents Association.
She has worked in global management consulting for almost 20 years and recently served as the senior manager at KPMG Consulting/KPMG LLP in New York City and Stamford, Conn. She served as treasurer of the Lower School Parents Association and is an active parent volunteer and substitute teacher at the Lower School. She also serves on the Cornell University Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network and Alumni-Student Mentoring Program.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University and a MBA and law degree from the University of Connecticut.
Rosemary Chromey, Wilkes-Barre, will serve as president of the Upper School Parents Association.
She was the global human resources manager at Sandvik AB in Sandviken, Sweden and had served as the director of human resources at Sandvik Materials Technology in Clarks Summit.
She is President of Temple Israel and an active member of the Temple Israel Sisterhood; she also is a past chair of the Hebrew School and is a member of the board of Jewish Family Services, the Jewish Community Center and the Suzuki School for Strings. She served on the Advisory Board of Blue Cross, the Labor Management Council and the advisory board of the Lackawanna County Vo-Tech School. She holds bachelor of music education and master of public administration degrees from Marywood University, a MBA from the University of Scranton, and a postgraduate certificate in labor relations from Cornell University.