Harry B. Bronson ‘78-
Mr. Harry Bronson is a Windsor Central High School graduate from the class of 1978. After earning an undergraduate degree in Public Justice from SUNY Oswego, Harry attended the University of Buffalo, earning a Juris Doctor. Formerly a partner at the firm of Blitman and King, he focused on anti-discrimination employment law, labor issues, employee benefits and litigation. He was elected to the Monroe County Legislature in 2005 and then was elected to represent the 131st District in the New York State Assembly in 2010. Currently, Mr. Bronson maintains a private law practice, is co-owner of Equal=Grounds coffee house, serves as an adjunct professor at Cornell University and represents the NYS Assembly, 138th district.
Erin G. Van Vleck ‘08-
A 2008 graduate of Windsor Central High School, Miss Van Vleck obtained her undergraduate education at Binghamton University. She then attended SUNY Buffalo Law School and earned her Juris Doctor from the law school at Cornell University. Upon earning her degree from Cornell, Erin took a position as a judicial law clerk for the Alaska Court of Appeals. In 2016, Erin opened her own legal practice, Law Offices of Erin G. Van Vleck, in Fairbanks, AK. Currently, Erin has moved back to New York and is a staff attorney for Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York, Inc., as well as performs research and writes for attorneys around New York State. Erin has committed herself to working and advocating for those in need. Her role at the Legal Aid Society is as the Pro Bono Innovation Staff Attorney working towards those facing eviction and improving landlord practices within Broome County.
Terry A. Wansart ‘77-
A 1977 graduate of Windsor Central High School, Ms. Wansart obtained her Bachelor’s degree from East Stroudsburg University in Health and Physical Education. She continued her studies at Hunter College , earning a Master’s degree in Physical Education/Athletic Administration. Terry was hired in 1982 as an assistant athletic director at Hunter College. She has been the Hunter College Director of Athletics since 1988, currently in her 37th year of service at the institution. During her tenure she has successfully been the head coach of women’s basketball, volleyball and softball. Also under her direction the Hawks have captured more CUNY Athletic Conference Commissioner's Cups than any other member school with ten and have secured 123 conference championships over the past 17 years. A few of her recognitions and awards include the 2015 HEO Award, 2017 MBWA Distinguished Service Award, and the 2018 Met Basketball Writers Association Distinguished Service Award.