Eileen Zungolo Spirit of Service Award

About the Spirit of Service Award

Each year, the Spirit of Service award is given to a person whose life symbolizes and represents the mission of the McGinley-Rice Symposium. The award is named for the Duquesne University School of Nursing former Dean, Eileen Zungolo, who wrote the grant that brought Sr. Rosemary Donley to Duquesne and established the symposia. This year's recipient will be announced during the 2022 Symposium in October.

2021 Eileen Zungolo Spirit of Service Award

Lisa Scales, president and CEO of Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank, headshotScott Lammie is a 1976 graduate of Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit; a Distinguished Alumni of the University's Palumbo-Donahue Business School; a member of the University's Century Club of Distinguished Duquesne Alumni; and a past member of the University's Board of Directors (2011-2020). Mr. Lammie also currently serves on the Advisory Council for the University's Nursing School and as Chair of the Advisory Council for the University's new College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Throughout his professional career, Mr. Lammie has maintained his professional qualifications and license (since 1977) to practice as a Certified Public Accountant. Current professional affiliations include the American and Pennsylvania Institutes of Public Accountants, and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Following a 14-year public accounting career, Mr. Lammie spent 30 years with UPMC in key business, financial, and operational leadership positions supporting the Health System's evolution, growth, and development into one of the nation's top-ten academic medical centers and a preeminent integrated delivery and financing health system.

Mr. Lammie remains active in volunteer leadership capacities with nonprofit education, economic development, and community service organizations, including The Altruism in Medicine Institute, The Forbes Funds, Fred Rogers Productions, Manchester Bidwell Corporation, The Sister Thea Bowman Foundation, The Citizens Science Lab, Propel Schools Foundation, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, and United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Mr. Lammie's professional and volunteer engagements have been significantly focused on serving the critical needs of disadvantaged populations within underserved communities, including supporting access to education and employment, while also addressing underlying social determinants of health.

Scott and his wife Susan have three sons: Michael and Alexandra of Chicago, with grandson Hudson and granddaughter Sorin; Ryan of Pittsburgh; and Cory and Elizabeth of Charlotte.