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2:25 p.m., June 11, 2012--University of Delaware alumnus and
trustee Tony Allen has received the 2012 Citizen of the Year Award from
the Boy Scouts of America Del-Mar-Va Council.
The award is presented annually to an individual who exemplifies the
ideals of the Boy Scouts of America and salutes their outstanding
leadership and service to the community.
Allen, who earned his bachelor's and doctoral degrees from UD, is a
member of the Trustee Committee on Academic Affairs. He also serves as
an ex officio member of the President's Diversity Initiative at UD.
Allen leads corporate communications for Bank of America's Consumer
Banking Division, which serves 57 million customers. He sets the
organization's communications strategy and is senior communications
counsel to the company's chief operating officer. He also is a key
adviser to the bank's public policy team and sits on the Delaware
Previously, he was an executive vice president with MBNA, served as
founding president of the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League and
worked for several years as speechwriter and special assistant to
then-U.S. Sen. Joseph R. Biden. He began his career by co-founding
Public Allies Delaware, a leadership organization for young people.
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