Susan Conley Salice
Susan Conley Salice, FCRH ’82
Susan Conley Salice, FCRH ’82, is the president of The Salice Family Foundation. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fordham College at Rose Hill and a master’s degree in fundraising and philanthropy from New York University.
In addition to overseeing The Salice Family Foundation, Susan currently serves on the boards and chairs the development committees of Fordham University, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, and Greenwich Hospital. She is the executive director of Helping Hands for the Homeless and Hungry in Westchester, and she is active in the Westchester and Palm Beach chapters of Impact 100. She is also a member of the United Way Women’s Leadership Council of Westchester, and she sits on Endicott College’s New York Board of Advisors. Susan has previously served on the boards of Endicott College, The Windward School, and The Harvey School. She is a graduate of Leadership Westchester.
Before shifting her focus to philanthropy, Susan worked in the business sector for two decades. She spent the last 10 years at Diversified Investment Advisors, where she served as vice president of the new client group.
Susan and her husband, Tom Salice, GABELLI ’82, a Trustee Fellow, are passionate supporters of Fordham. Both are first-generation college graduates and scholarship recipients who believe in Fordham’s power to transform lives.
Susan was a co-chair of Faith & Hope | The Campaign for Financial Aid, and is proud to have been a founding member of the team behind the inaugural Women’s Philanthropy Summit at Fordham University in 2017.
Susan and Tom lent their names and generous support to the Conley and Salice residence halls, which opened at the Rose Hill campus in 2010, as a tribute to their parents. The couple has three grown children.