Patricia Hallock Mautino's career in education administration (K-12), also including a broad range of professional and volunteer associations in library and information services, started in 1966 when she became a librarian for Onondaga Community College after earning her MLS. Pat went on to serve over 25 years with the Oswego County BOCES (Mexico, NY), leaving as assistant superintendent in 1996. She joined the Central Square Schools and worked as an assistant superintendent and administrative consultant for the next ten years.
Mautino's wide-range of professional and civic leadership roles, across local, regional, state and national levels, has included: President, New York Library Association; vice chair, NY Governor’s Conference on Library & Information Services; trustee, Liverpool Public Library; trustee, Onondaga County Public Library (past president, OCPL Foundation); delegate / NY State co-chair, White House Conference on Information Services; councilor, American Library Association.
Mautino is a Vice Chair and serves on the Board Academic Affairs, Advancement and External Affairs, Facilities, and Executive Committees, and is a past chair of the Advancement and External Affairs Committee. She serves on the National Campaign Council Executive Committee, and the Advancement and External Affairs Ad Hoc Workgroups and Subcommittee on Marketing and Communications. She served on the search committees for the dean of University Libraries and vice chancellor and provost.
Mautino is a member of the School of Information Studies Board of Advisors. She also served on the Syracuse University Alumni Association Board of Directors, where she was a vice president and led the creation of its Student and Young Alumni Advisory Board.
She and her husband, Louis A. Mautino '61 BA A&S / MS Physical Education, a retired real estate builder and developer, met at Syracuse. Lou was a Football letter winner. Members of the Benefactor, Visionary and Pathfinder Gift Clubs, their primary support is designated for scholarship in Football, Education, the i-School, and for the general student population with preference to students of Italian descent.
Pat and Lou Mautino have generously supported a number of scholarships named after various family members in the School of Education and the iSchool. They have also given generously to several University programs and projects, including Athletics, Libraries, and scholarships, among others.
Updated: May 10, 2020