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Martin S. Berger (BS ’52), of New York, NY, was re-elected to a three-year board term at Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, a fully integrated, self-administered, self-managed real estate investment trust providing management, leasing, development, construction, and other tenant-related services for a portfolio of Class A properties.

Martin Lipper (BS ’58), of Upper Saddle River, NJ, has been named to the Board of Directors of EPiC Energy Resources, Inc., a Houston-based provider of engineering, management consulting, and training services to the energy industry. Lipper most recently served as Senior Vice President and Research Director of Baron Group USA.

Dominic Massaro (BS ’61), of the Bronx, NY, has been nominated by Governor Paterson to fill a vacancy on the New York State Supreme Court in the First Judicial District. Justice Massaro is currently a judge on the New York State Court of Claims and the Supreme Court of Bronx County, a position he has held since 1987.

Michael Armellino (MBA ’63), of Fort Lee, NJ, has been nominated to serve on the Board of Directors of Armanta, Inc., a provider of a new generation of business intelligence software. He is a retired partner of Goldman Sachs.

William G. Morton, Jr. (MBA ’65), of Boston, MA, has joined Pacholder High Yield Fund Inc. as Director. Previously, Morton served as Chairman and CEO of the Boston Stock Exchange from 1985 to 2001.

Frederic M. Poses (BS ’65), of New York, NY, has been appointed to head Ascend Performance Materials, a nylon manufacturer recently acquired by the private equity firm SK Capital Partners. Previously, Poses served as CEO of American Standard and as COO of AlliedSignal.

William H. Turner, III (MBA ’66), of Upper Montclair, NJ, has been named interim Dean of Montclair State University’s School of Business. Turner most recently served as founding Dean of the College of Business at Stony Brook University.

David Golan (MBA ’67), of Haifa, Israel, has joined the Board of Israel-based Better Online Solutions Ltd., which provides supply chain services as well as mobile and radio frequency identification devices. Golan is Director and former Chairman of Cimatron LTD.

A. Bronson Thayer (MBA ’67), of Thonotosassa, FL, was named Treasurer of the Board of Directors of Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting Inc. Thayer is also Chairman of Bay Cities Bank.

Richard E. Sorensen (MBA ’69, PhD ’73), of Blacksburg, VA, has been elected Chair of the Board of Directors of Plastic Packaging Inc. Sorensen has served as a member of the company’s Board since 1981. He is the Dean of the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech.

Lewis J. Altfest (MBA ’70), of New York, NY, was named to Barron’s list of the 100 Top Independent Financial Advisers for 2008, in addition to being ranked among Worth magazine’s list of The Top 250 Wealth Advisors. He was also recently featured in The Wall Street Journal’s article, “Stand Pat or Rethink.” Altfest is President of L.J. Altfest & Co., a wealth management firm.

Peter A. Howley (MBA ’70), of Petaluma, CA, has joined the Board of Directors for Telecom Council of Silicon Valley and is Chairman of their Entrepreneur Forum. Howley is also on the Board of the Independent Institute in Oakland, CA, and recently participated on the panel “Surviving as a Start-Up in this Economic Climate” for the Chamber of Commerce International Consortium for Entrepreneurs.

Fred S. Zeidman (MBA ’70), of Houston, TX, has been named Chairman of SulphCo Inc., a developmental stage company that engages in the development and marketing of processes for the upgrading of crude oil. Zeidman has been a director at SulphCo since August 2008.

David Fitzgerald (MBA ’71), of Brandon, VT, has been named acting President and CEO of ArthroCare Corp. Fitzgerald is principally employed as a consultant in the medical device industry. In 1996, he retired after spending 25 years in management positions at Pfizer Inc.

George M. Dillehay (MBA ’72), of Ridgewood, NJ, has been elected to the Board of Directors of Business Publications Audit Worldwide, a global industry resource for verified audience data and media. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for String Letter Publishing, and is a publisher of Acoustic Guitar and Strings magazines.

Nasser Mohammed Al Nowais (BS ’74), of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, has been appointed to the Board of Dana Gas, a private-sector gas company in the Middle East. Al Nowais is Chairman of the Rotana Hotel Management Corporation, Managing Director of the Abu Dhabi Trade Centre, and Chairman of Aswaq Management & Services.

Philip E. Guldeman (MBA ’74), of Arroyo Grande, CA, has accepted an interim position overseeing the financial and accounting functions at Temecula Valley Bancorp Inc., which operates 11 full-service banking offices in California.

Mitchell C. Hochberg (BS ’74), of Harrison, NY, has been appointed Senior Advisor to Navigant Consulting’s distressed real estate solutions initiative. Hochberg, a CPA, was recently nominated to the Board of Directors of Orient-Express Hotels.

Ed McGuinn (MBA ’74), of Greenwich, CT, has been named President and Chief Revenue Officer at the Alan S. Harris Group, a national human capital management consulting firm.

Super Goal-Directed

Superna Kalle (MBA ’99)

From early on, Superna Kalle knew what she wanted. “When I was applying to NYU Stern, one of the essay questions asked: Where do you see yourself in five years?” she said. “I answered that I would love to be working in the global television industry, primarily concentrating on India.” She was spot on. Today, as Senior Vice President of International Networks at Sony Pictures Television (SPT), Kalle provides leadership to SPT’s television networks business in India, Multi Screen Media Private Ltd., which includes the channels Sony Entertainment Television, MAX, SAB, and PIX.

Kalle works with each channel’s management to ensure profitability and establish overall business priorities and new initiatives for the channels in the region, and she is responsible for expanding the portfolio of Indian channels and content across multiple distribution platforms in the US. “I’m so fortunate, because every day is different. I work closely with the very talented and entrepreneurial management of each of our channels, as well as with the functional experts that we have here in Los Angeles,” she said.

But Kalle didn’t just serendipitously land in her dream job. “I was working in investment banking and didn’t particularly enjoy myself,” she explained. “I thought the best way to change careers and get into the entertainment industry was to get an MBA from a world-class business school.” Kalle enrolled in business school full time and simultaneously accepted an internship at Viacom, where she worked in the marketing department of Nickelodeon. “It worked out well,” she said. “I was recruited at Stern to join Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Corporate Development Group. One day, I mentioned to the head of one of our operating divisions that I may be ready to move to an operating role.” The next day, she received a call offering her a position working with television channels in India at SPT. “Given that I’m Indian-American, that was a definite ‘yes,’” she said.

Kalle attributes much of her success to the skills she learned at Stern, especially from her finance and corporate governance classes. “Meeting so many people from around the world at Stern helped me transition to an international media career, too,” she said.

Outside of work, Kalle spends time with her family and reads voraciously. “I actually am doing what I said I wanted to do in my business school essay. How many people can say that?” she said with delight.

Grant W. Newton (PhD ’74), of Medford, OR, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Oklahoma Christian University.

Christopher H. Shays (MBA ’74, MPA ’78), of Bridgeport, CT, has been elected to the Board of Directors of CIT Group Inc., a provider of financing to small businesses and middle market companies. Shays served as a Congressman in the US House of Representatives, representing the 4th District of Connecticut, from August 1987 to January 2009.

Douglas M. McGraime (MBA ’75), of Wilton, CT, has been promoted to President and COO of Combe Incorporated, a global consumer products company located in White Plains, NY. McGraime most recently served as Executive Vice President and is currently on the Board of Directors.

Eva Nove (BS ’75, MBA ’76), of Charlotte, NC, is taking a sabbatical from her private practice, Counseling & EAP Services, to assist US military service members and their families at bases in Europe, the Pacific, and the US.

Sharon Glueck Potts (MBA ’75), of Miami Beach, FL, published her book, In Their Blood, a suspense novel in which the protagonist is forced to confront the reality that his parents are not the people he had believed them to be.

John T. Vlachos (MBA ’75), of Manhasset, NY, has joined Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. as Vice President, Global Business Planning and Analysis. Previously, Vlachos served as Senior Vice President and CFO of Bookspan.

Peter S. Kraus (MBA ’76), of New York, NY, received the Eigenbrodt Cup Award, the highest alumni honor, from Trinity College. Kraus is Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO at AllianceBernstein.

Jeremy Spector (MBA ’76, LAW ’84), of Princeton, NJ, was recently appointed Chairman of the American Bar Association’s tax-exempt Financing Committee. Spector is Partner at Mintx, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky & Popeo PC.

Claude E. White, III (MBA ’77), of Claymont, DE, has joined Intellitec Solutions as Senior Consultant.

Maria M. Miller (BS ’78), of Dallas, TX, has joined Norwegian Cruise Line as Senior Vice President, Marketing. She most recently served as Chief Marketing Officer at Dave & Buster’s.

John C. Stomber (MBA ’78), of New Canaan, CT, is a senior executive of the newly-formed StormHarbour Partners LP. Previously, Stomber was President, CEO, and Chief Information Officer of Carlyle Capital Corporation.

Joseph P. Malfesi (MBA ’79), of Rockville, MD, has been appointed Chief Technology Operations Officer at Amtrak, where he is responsible for IT infrastructure. Previously, Malfesi held a similar position at Hughes Network Systems.

Christine Lindahl Reilly (MBA ’79), of Berkeley Heights, NJ, has been honored as one of the Top 25 Nonbank Women in Finance by US Banker Magazine. Reilly is President of CIT Small Business Lending.

Tom M. Wirtshafter (MBA ’79), of New York, NY, has been named President of American Portfolios Financial Services (APFS), a member FINRA/SIPC firm, and American Portfolios Advisors Inc. Prior to being named President, Wirtshafter had been a board member and consultant for APFS since 2004.

Michael V. Dukmejian (MBA ’80), of New York, NY, has been named Publisher of Bloomberg Markets magazine, the monthly publication for investors and business professionals.

Laurie C. Kamhi (BS ’80), of Brooklyn, NY, has recently been recognized by Worth as a Worth Top 250 Wealth Advisor and by Barron’s as a Top 1000 Advisor. Kamhi is a private wealth advisor with Merrill Lynch.

Kevin Fisher (BS ’81, MBA ’05), of Staten Island, NY, was appointed Vice President and Head of Business Development with CSC Trust Company of Delaware, a subsidiary of global services firm Corporation Service Company and a provider of corporate trust, escrow, and agency services.

Carol M. Joseph (BS ’81), of New York, NY, has been hired as Partner with Blank Rome LLP, in the law firm’s Real Estate Development Group. Joseph currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, Hadassah Foundation, Change the Truth Foundation, and the Jewish Women’s Archive.

Kevin Sheehan (MBA ’81), of Lloyd Harbor, NY, was appointed CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, where he is currently President and CFO.

Robert L. Bowen (MBA ’82), of Weston, MA, has been appointed Vice President and CFO of Abiomed, Inc., a provider of heart recovery products providing circulatory support to acute heart failure patients.

Vita A. Cassese (MBA ’82), of Forest Hills, NY, has joined Exigen Capital, a transformational private equity fund, as Operating Partner. Previously, Cassese served as the Vice President, Business Development and Strategy and Innovation, at Pfizer Inc. In 2007, she was named one of the top 25 chief investment officers of the year by CIO Insight magazine.

Deane M. Dray (MBA ’82), of New Canaan, CT, has joined the equity research team of FBR Capital Markets as Senior Vice President within its Diversified Industrials group. Previously, Dray was a senior industrial analyst with Goldman Sachs.

Simone O. Fevola (BS ’82), of New York, NY, was named President of Winch Advisory Services of Appleton, Wisconsin. Previously, Fevola was President of a financial planning and investment management firm in Wisconsin’s Fox Valley.

Tony Kao (MBA ’82), of Hartsdale, NY, has been promoted to Chief Investment Officer with GM Asset Management, where he has worked for 26 years. Previously, Kao was Senior Managing Director and Head of Global Public Markets for GMAM.

Amar P. Singh (MBA ’82), of Monmouth Junction, NY, has joined Spectrum Pharmaceuticals as Chief Commercial Officer. Previously, Singh served as Chief Commercial Officer for Novacea.

Louis F. Cimino (MBA ’83), of Ramsey, NJ, has been promoted to COO of W.H. Reaves & Company, Inc., an employee-owned investment management company that specializes in utility, telecommunications, and energy equities. Cimino was previously its Vice President.

S. Andrew Siegelstein (MBA ’83), of Humble, TX, has been named General Manager for BrightSource Construction Management Company, a subsidiary of BrightSource Energy, Inc., a developer of large-scale solar thermal energy plants.

Thomas L. Tishman (WSC ’76, MBA ’83), of Mendham, NJ, was promoted to Assistant Vice President in Merrill Lynch’s Global Wealth Management Group. Previously, Tishman served as Senior Financial Advisor.

David Weild, IV (MBA ’83), of Bronxville, NY, has been named to InsideVenture’s Corporate Board. Weild is Founder of Capital Markets Advisory Partners.

John O. Barres (MBA ’84), of Newark, DE, was recently named by Pope Benedict XVI as the fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Allentown. He is the first priest in more than 100 years from the Diocese of Wilmington to be named a bishop.

Melissa R. Brown (MBA ’84), of New York, NY, has been appointed Managing Director, Chief Investment Strategist, and Head of the newly formed institutional clients division with Wayne Hummer Asset Management Company, a subsidiary of Wintrust Financial Corporation, a financial holding company.

Scott Kauffman (MBA ’84), of Palo Alto, CA, was named President, CEO, and member of the Board of SourceForge, Inc., an IT community-driven media and e-commerce company. Most recently, Kauffman was President and CEO of PopTok, a start-up that facilitates the personalizing and digitizing of television, movie, and music video snippets for use in everyday conversations. He remains a member of PopTok’s Board of Directors.

Mark Connelly (BS ’85, MBA ’89), of New York, NY, has joined Sterne Agee’s equity research department, where he will serve as Managing Director and Senior Research Analyst, covering the agricultural sciences, commodity chemicals, and paper sectors.

Gary Katcher (MBA ’85), of Port St. Lucie, FL, has been promoted to Head of Global Fixed Income with Knight Capital Group, Inc., a financial services firm that provides electronic and voice access to the capital markets across multiple asset classes for buy-side, sell-side, and corporate clients. Previously, Katcher was Senior Managing Director.

Giorgio Stock (BS ’85), of Milan, Italy, has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Managing Director for Disney Channels, Europe, Middle East, and Africa, and will lead The Walt Disney Company’s portfolio of television channels, including Disney Channel, Playhouse Disney, Disney XD, and Cinemagic. He will also serve as a Disney representative on the board of SRTL, Disney’s joint venture with RTL Group. Stock joined The Walt Disney Company in 1997 and has been Senior Vice President and General Manager, Italy, since 2005.

Kevin R. Byrne (MBA ’86), of Brooklyn, NY, has been promoted to Executive Vice President of AXA Equitable. AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company is a financial protection company and one of the nation’s providers of life insurance, annuity, and investment products and services.

Lisa M. Carlton-Wilson (BS ’86), of New York, NY, was recently married to William Bainbridge. She is the founder of In-Site Communications, an investor relations firm in New York.

Daniel H. Schulman (MBA ’86), of Warren, NJ, has joined the Board of Directors of Flextronics International Limited, a provider of advanced design and electronics manufacturing services to original equipment manufacturers. Schulman is CEO and Director of Virgin Mobile USA Inc. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Symantec and serves on the Board of Trustees of Rutgers University.

Sandra J. Zimmerman (MBA ’86), of Holliston, MA, was recently appointed CFO of Nyer Medical Group Inc. Zimmerman is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

John A. Kritzmacher (MBA ’87), of Far Hills, NJ, has been elected to the Board of Directors of InterDigital, Inc. Kritzmacher is Executive Vice President and CFO of Global Crossing Limited.

Boeing, Boeing!

Gary Baker (MBA ’03)

Gary Baker has had as diverse a career as they come, with just one employer. With many Boeing management positions behind him, Baker is currently the CEO and Director General of Ural Boeing Manufacturing (UBM), a joint venture between Boeing and Russia’s VSMPO-AVISMA that produces titanium parts for Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner jets. His MBA is similarly diverse: a product of the TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program, a three-school international degree.

Since kick-starting his 29-year career with Boeing in 1980, Baker climbed the corporate ladder wearing many hats. Prior to his appointment at UBM in April 2007, he held numerous management positions in manufacturing, quality assurance, program management, and technical integration, culminating in his prior position as Director of Global Partners Field Operations. “The biggest challenge in working for such a large company,” he noted, “is not getting lost or pigeonholed into a specific discipline or function.” He advises employees to play an active role in their careers and decide what they want to get from their experience. “I wanted to learn to build airplanes, experience customer service, examine sales, and work with suppliers to get a well-rounded and diverse view of the company,” he said. “Boeing is an amazing company to work for and has afforded me many opportunities to grow into my current position.”

Baker’s career has been abundantly rewarding and has offered him the chance to work globally in Europe and Asia, including the UK, Spain, and now Russia. “Bringing this enterprise together for UBM has been incredibly gratifying,” he said. He is also the Founding President of the International Aerospace Quality Group, which is an industry association implementing global improvements in aerospace. “I constantly strive to improve the quality of our professional community,” he said.

An Arizona native, Baker was living in the UK when he decided to enroll in the inaugural class of the TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program, which offers a curriculum that blends a world-class business education from three prominent universities: NYU Stern, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and HEC School of Management, Paris. “I chose the program because of its global perspective on business,” he said, “and because it allowed me to tap into three excellent educational systems. I am very grateful for my experience at NYU Stern. I have been able to use most of my lessons in my business career and refer back to them often.”

Time is a favorite hobby of Baker’s: He is a horologist and a collector of clocks. When he is not punching Boeing’s clock, he enjoys spending his hours with his wife and five children.

Cheryl S. Peress (MBA ’87), of New York, NY, has recently launched ArtistsinAuction, a company that assists emerging artists selling their work via online auction.

Naomi Brezi (BS ’88), of Plumsted, NJ, has been appointed Sales Director with VIPGift, a provider of corporate and consumer incentive programs and prepaid card solutions to Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining VIPGift, Brezi worked with ITAGroup and MTM Recognition.

William S. Burns (MBA ’88), of Shorthills, NJ, has been appointed CFO of Somerset Hills Bancorp, the holding and parent company for Somerset Hills Bank. Burns was previously the CFO of TenRock Capital LLC, a commercial mortgage lender.

Alan G. Levin (MS ’88), of New York, NY, has been appointed Executive Vice President and CFO of Endo Pharmaceuticals. Most recently, Levin was Executive Vice President and CFO of Moksha8 Pharmaceuticals.

Michael T. O’Hea (MBA ’88), of Northport, NY, has published an E-book, The One Hundred and One Secrets of Castle Macawber, with Treeguard Publishing LLC.

James Randy Schwingen (MBA ’88), of Cliffside Park, NJ, has been promoted to Director of Corporate Actions Products and Editorial Operations with Wolters Kluwer Financial Services. Previously, Schwingen was Senior Product Manager for corporate actions solutions at the same firm.

Kenneth L. Sperling (MBA ’88), of Orange, CT, recently rejoined Hewitt Associates, a global human resources consulting and outsourcing company, as its Global Health Management Consulting Leader. Sperling is also the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the University of Connecticut’s Healthcare Management Program.

Michael Zientek (MBA ’88), of Albuquerque, NM, has been selected to serve as the Chairman of the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce for 2009 to 2010. Zientek is Vice President of The Gap’s corporate shared service center in Albuquerque.

Kathleen A. Corbet (MBA ’89), of New Canaan, CT, has joined the Executive Advisory Board of Rapid Ratings International, an independent ratings, research, and analytics firm. Corbet is the Founder and Principal of private equity and strategic consulting firm Cross Ridge Capital.

Gregg R. Kam (MBA ’89), of Short Hills, NJ, has been promoted to Senior Vice President and CFO of International Specialty Products, a specialty chemical company based in Wayne, NJ.

Yuri M. Piltser (MBA ’89), of Hallandale Beach, FL, has been named Team Leader and Senior Relationship Manager of Wholesale Banking for Sun National Bank’s northern region. Piltser is also responsible for business development, as well as managing portfolios and ushering customers through the loan and credit approval processes.

Elizabeth J. Satin (MBA ’89), of New York, NY, has been appointed Senior Vice President and Head of Corporate Development and Mergers & Acquisitions, North America, with Wolters Kluwer, a global information services and publishing company focused on professionals. Satin is a veteran media and information industry senior investment banker.

Stephen M. Alpart (MBA ’90), of Armonk, NY, has joined Prudential Real Estate Investors as Managing Director. Most recently, Alpart was Managing Director and Co-head of Opportunistic Lending in the debt funds business at Capmark Investments.

Theodore Nacheff, II (MBA ’90), of Short Hills, NJ, has joined FBR Capital Markets Corporation as Senior Vice President within institutional sales. Previously, Nacheff was employed with Goldman Sachs.

Erik E. Prusch (MBA ’90), of Austin, TX, was named President and CEO of Borland Software Corp, a company that provides platform-neutral software development tools to simplify and accelerate application development. Prusch joined Borland from Intuit Inc., where he was Vice President of Finance for its Consumer Tax Group.

Lynn A. Tyson (MBA ’90), of Hutto, TX, has joined PepsiCo as Senior Vice President of Investor Relations. Previously, Tyson served as Vice President, Investor Relations, for Dell Inc., where she was responsible for Dell’s relationships with investors and financial analysts, and for strategic direction of the investor relations function.

Craig A. Weynand (BS ’90, MBA ’96), of Cockeysville, MD, has joined NuWave Investment Management LLC’s management committee as Managing Director of Business Operations. Previously, Weynand was Director of Investor Services at Graham Capital Management, L.P.

Bradley G. Ball (MBA ’91), of Chatham, NJ, has joined Ladenburg Thalmann & Co. Inc., a subsidiary of Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc., as Managing Director of Equity Research. Previously, Ball was Director of Equity Research and Senior Specialty and Consumer Finance Analyst at Citigroup’s Citi Investment Research.

Ada M. Healey (MBA ’91), of Seattle, WA, has been appointed as Director of the Seattle branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Healey is Vice President of Real Estate for Vulcan, the Seattle-based corporation owned by Microsoft’s Paul Allen.

Fritz H. Hofheinz (MBA ’91), of Beverly, MA, has joined Best Doctors, Inc. as Vice President and Medical Director. Previously, Hofheinz worked at UpToDate, an information resource for physicians.

George D. Landau (MBA ’91), of Vancouver, Canada, has been appointed Vice President of Business Development with TYRX, Inc., a certified medical device manufacturer that works in the commercialization of implantable medical-pharmaceutical devices.

Lance LaVergne (MBA ’91), of Montclair, NJ, has been named Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of New York Life.

Eric F. O’Toole (MBA ’91), of Montclair, NJ, was promoted to Senior Vice President of Sales at The Dannon Company. Previously, O’Toole held the position of Vice President of Business Development.

Gregg A. Fisch (BS ’92, LAW ’96), of Santa Monica, CA, has been named Partner in the labor and employment department in the Los Angeles office of Seyfarth Shaw.

Mary J. Jolda (MBA ’92), of Caldwell, NJ, has joined Marcal Manufacturing, LLC as Senior Vice President, Marketing. Previously, Jolda worked for Reckitt & Colman, Inc.

Ronald S. Nersesian (MBA ’92), of Santa Rosa, CA, has been named Senior Vice President and General Manager of Agilent Technologies’ electronic measurement group. Nersesian is currently Vice President and General Manager of the group’s wireless business unit.

Jason N. Ader (SCPS ’91, MBA ’93), of San Francisco, CA, has been named Director of Las Vegas Sands Corporation. Ader is the Founder and CEO of NYC-based hedge fund Hayground Cove Asset Management and Chairman and CEO of India Hospitality Corporation.

Lisa N. Fyfe (BS ’93) of New York, NY, was recently married to Roger Lane in Holicong, PA. Fyfe is currently the Art Director of Henry Holt and Company, a publishing division of Macmillan in New York.

Jeffrey J. Kollin (MBA ’93), of Livingston, NJ, has joined Rothstein Kass as Director in the Advisory Services group. Prior to joining Rothstein Kass, Kollin was Senior Vice President, Head of Business Development, at R3 Capital.

C. William Kraus (MBA ’93), of New York, NY, was recently married to Julie Beck. Kraus is a developer and consultant who focuses on the use of historic buildings as part of urban revitalization in Connecticut.

James P. Stoeffel (MBA ’93), of Montclair, NJ, has joined Royce & Associates, LLC, investment advisor to The Royce Funds, as Portfolio Manager. Prior to joining Royce, Stoeffel co-founded and managed a hedge fund for Rebus Partners.

Ron Bentsur (MBA ’94), of Tenafly, NJ, has been appointed CEO of Keryx Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. Previously, Bentsur served as CEO of XTL Biopharmaceuticals.

Lawrence C. Busch (MBA ’94), of New York, NY, was named one of Worth magazine’s Leading Wealth & Legal Advisors in the Spring/Summer 2009 issue.

Daniel Y. Doo (MBA ’94), of Belle Mead, NJ, has joined CastleOak Securities, L.P’s equity capital markets team as Managing Director. Doo formerly ran the index arbitrage proprietary trading desk at Nomura Securities.

James Fogarty (MBA ’94), of Ardsley, NY, has been appointed President, CEO, and member of the Board of Directors of Charming Shoppes, Inc., a multi-brand apparel retailer specializing in women’s plus apparel. Previously, Fogarty was Managing Director at Alvarez & Marsal.

Chin-Yee R. Lap (MBA ’94), of Hong Kong, has established the hedge fund Gemini Capital. Previously, Lap was the Head of Structured Credit Markets Asia for Nomura.

Peter Morgan (BS ’94), of Hoboken, NJ, has been named Partner at Sonneschein Nath & Rosenthal. Morgan had been Partner and Chair of the hedge fund group at Thacher Proffit & Wood.

Patrizia Porrini (BS ’94, MBA ’95, MPhil ’01, PhD ’02), of Whitestone, NY, recently published Above the Board: How CEOs Build Ethical Companies, which includes CEO perspectives on how companies can be more ethical or come back from an ethical breach.

Feliz B. Reznick (BS ’94), of New York, NY, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of American Scientific Resources, Inc. Reznick practices law at firms Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and Rosenman & Colin LLP, and also operates a private practice in New York.

Thomas Carter (MBA ’95), of Rye, NY, joined Morgan Joseph & Co. Inc. as an analyst and marketing representative. Previously, he was a managing director with Pali Capital, where he headed its structured products activities.

Sean Dolan (MBA ’95), of Larchmont, NY, was appointed President of the Asia-Pacific region with Alcatel-Lucent. Dolan is currently the company’s COO of the Asia-Pacific region. Alcatel-Lucent delivers voice, data, and video communication services to end-users.

Tamer El-Rayess (MBA ’95), of Flushing, NY, has been named to the Board of Directors of EPiC Energy Resources, Inc., a Houston-based provider of engineering, management consulting, and training services to the energy industry. El-Rayess also serves as the Global Head, Commodities Finance & Capital Investments, at UBS AG. He is also the founder of a private equity fund focused on various industry sectors including energy.

Dorothy A. Hill (MBA ’95), of Manhasset, NY, has joined Colcomgroup, a strategic business advisory firm, as Director, Global Business Development.

Alan Hughes (MBA ’95), of Fairfield, CT, has been named Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Information Services of Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina. Previously, Hughes was CIO of GE Financial’s Global Risk Management organization and also served as CIO of the company’s Distribution Finance unit.

Brooks S. Kaufman (MBA ’95), of New York, NY, has been named Vice President of Finance with Soltage, LLC, a renewable energy company that develops, finances, owns, and operates solar energy generating power stations on client structures across the US. Previously, Kaufman was with Banc of America Securities, the investment banking arm of Bank of America Corporation.

Managing With Style

Christine Morena (BS ’76, MBA ’81)

Avid about fashion, Christine Morena never dreamed she would be paid to spend her days at Saks. The Executive Vice President of Human Resources for Saks Inc., Morena found herself there thanks to a career marked by flexibility and willingness to roll with the punches. “The rate of change in the world is so frequent that the plan you set forth today may be one that you can never implement,” she shared. “You have to be open to learning, growing, and experiencing the world around you if you want to be successful.”

Morena, a double degree holder from NYU Stern, joined Saks after a successful 28-year run at AT&T, where she began her career following her 1976 graduation from Stern’s Undergraduate College. When she accepted the AT&T position, she was one of very few females in a male-dominated field. “As a woman in an engineering-orientated company, it was all about trying to look and act like your male counterparts,” she recalled. “You never wanted your colleagues to think ‘she’s not really serious about her career because she’s married or she has children.’” In contrast, today’s organizations support women and offer many work-life balance initiatives. “Although, there’s still the issue of the glass ceiling,” Morena noted.

At AT&T, Morena was able to build her career in a cross-functional way, working in sales, product management, marketing, and, finally, human resources. AT&T was committed to a philosophy of placing people in positions in which they had little experience in order to make them well rounded. “I was able to continuously grow and develop my skills to become a general manager and senior leader in the company,” Morena said. When she left AT&T as Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Morena was responsible for the strategic support of 40,000 people in 60 countries.

In 2007, armed with impressive career experience, a solid business education – now including a Stern MBA – and her love of shopping, Morena transitioned to Saks. “I value my time at Stern,” she said. “It set me on not only a solid career path, but also on my personal path – I met my husband during my undergraduate career, and our daughter earned her undergraduate degree from Stern in 2007,” she said.

Today, in appreciation of her Stern experience, Morena volunteers as a mentor for students in the Undergraduate College. “When I was in the program at Stern, most of my classmates and I were focused on working in finance,” she said. “One of the ideas I try to instill in current students is to think outside the box – be open to and embrace the unknown.”

Paul Knepple (MBA ’95), of Point Pleasant, NJ, joined Stone & Youngberg as Vice President of its Taxable Fixed Income Group. Stone & Youngberg is one of the oldest private investment banks operating in the US.

Maryann Kuzel (MBA ’95), of Montclair, NJ, has been named President of STAR Healthcare, the healthcare specialty unit of Omnicom Group’s STAR Marketing. Kuzel was instrumental in the formation of STAR Healthcare. Omnicom is a global advertising, marketing, and corporate communications company.

Victor H. Bravo Martin (MBA ’95), of Estado de Mexico, Mexico, has been named CEO of Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte, S.A.B. de C.V., known as OMA. Previously, Martin served as OMA’s CFO.

Frank C. Oh (MBA ’95), of New York, NY, is heading the newly-opened New York office of Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., a subsidiary of Stifel Financial Corp., a full-service regional brokerage and investment banking firm. Previously, Oh worked for Goldman Sachs.

Matthew W. Traina (MBA ’95), of Newcastle, WA, has joined the financial sponsors group of Piper Jaffray & Co. as Managing Director, where he will lead the firm’s coverage of West Coast financial sponsors.

Patrick J. Fabbio (MBA ’96), of Basking Ridge, NJ, has joined Ikano Therapeutics Inc. as its CFO. Previously, Fabbio served as Senior Director of US Life Cycle Management and Base Business with Sanofi-Aventis, a pharmaceutical company.

Brendan Hartman (MBA ’96), of Mount Kisco, NY, has joined Royce & Associates, LLC, an investment advisor to The Royce Funds, as Portfolio Manager. Prior to joining Royce, Hartman co-founded and managed a hedge fund for Rebus Partners.

Susan L. Jurevics (MBA ’96), of Forest Hills, NY, is a recipient of the 2009 Advertising Working Mothers of the Year Award from Working Mother magazine and Advertising Women of New York. Jurevics is married with two children and works as Vice President of Corporate Marketing at Sony Corporation of America.

Carl D. Brown (MBA ’97), of Brooklyn, NY, has joined Royce & Associates, LLC, investment advisor to The Royce Funds, as Portfolio Manager. Prior to joining Royce, Brown co-founded and managed a hedge fund for Rebus Partners.

Russell P. Certo (MBA ’97), of Ridgefield, CT, has joined Broadpoint Capital, Inc. as Co-head of its rates group. Previously, Certo was Managing Director at RBS Greenwich Capital.

Manoj Chouthai (MS ’97, MBA ’00), of Jersey City, NJ, was named to Computerworld’s list of top IT leaders. Chouthai is PSEG’s Vice President, Information Technology, and Chief Information Officer.

Richard A.C. Coles (MBA ’97), of Harrison, NY, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Global Consumer Acquisition Corp. Coles is Co-managing Principal of the Emmes Group of Companies and is a member of their investment committee.

Andrea Kallies (BS ’97), of Virginia Beach, VA, has joined the Analysis Group, LLC as its COO. Previously, Kallies was Senior Director for Convergys Corporation.

Tim P. Long (MBA ’97), of Ridgewood, NJ, has been named Senior Equity Analyst in the technology team with BMO Capital Markets, the investment and corporate banking arm of BMO Financial Group. Long will cover companies in the wireless equipment and data networking industries.

Jeffrey S. Mann (MBA ’97), of Rye, NY, has joined Jefferies & Company, Inc., the principal operating subsidiary of Jefferies Group, Inc., as Managing Director within the firm’s derivatives sales group.

Joan Van Hise (PhD ’97), of New York, NY, was named Teacher of the Year by Alpha Sigma Nu, an honor society of Jesuit higher education institutions. Van Hise is Associate Professor of Accounting at Fairfield University’s Charles F. Dolan School of Business.

Darren T. Duffy (MBA ’98), of New York, NY, was recently married to Arlene Seungyun Hong. Duffy is the Chief Content Officer at Lipper, the mutual funds research unit of Thomson Reuters, a financial information company in New York.

Scott M. Hall (MBA ’98), of Mountain Lakes, NJ, has been named Managing Director of North America with ACTIV Financial, a supplier of fully managed low-latency market data solutions.

Judy E. Hong (MBA ’98), of New York, NY, is the 2009 recipient of the Financial Times and StarMine Award for Excellence in Investment Analysis. Hong has been with Goldman Sachs for 11 years.

J. Kurt Kaline (MBA ’98), of New York, NY, was named Managing Director of Commercial Mortgage-backed Securities Trading with Maxim Group LLC. Kaline was previously Managing Director with Winthrop Realty Partners.

Daniel J. Mullineaux (MBA ’98), of Westport, CT, has been appointed Managing Director and Global Head of Emerging Markets Fixed Income with Knight Libertas LLC, a subsidiary of Knight Capital Group and an institutional fixed-income broker-dealer providing trade execution, investment research, and capital markets services across a broad range of fixed-income securities.

Jamie L. Nash (BS ’98), of Hoboken, NJ, has become a Member of the law firm of Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen, P.C. Nash joined the firm as an associate in 2004.

Daniel Seiner (MBA ’98), of Miami Beach, FL, has joined Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. as Managing Director. Previously, Seiner worked at BroadSpan Capital, LLC, where he was Managing Partner and Director.

Kevin J. Windorf (MBA ’98), of Westfield, NJ, has been elected President of the Financial Communications Society, a not-for-profit organization for financial services marketers. Windorf serves as Director of Marketing & Client Strategy for BMO Capital Markets, the investment banking arm of Bank of Montreal.

David Cohen (MBA ’99), of New York, NY, will join Paragon Capital Partners, LLC, a merchant banking firm based in New York, as Partner. Previously, Cohen was Executive Director in the M&A group at Morgan Stanley.

Jessica (Pearson) Coleman (BS ’99), of Long Beach, NY, recently published her first book, Crisis Communications – Weathering the Storm. This in-depth volume touches on all aspects of handling a crisis, from prevention to management to post-crisis communications.

Chris Dury (MBA ’99), of San Ramon, CA, has been appointed Vice President of Product with GetJar Networks, a mobile application distribution and developer community.

Jeff P. Fidacaro (MBA ’99), of Summit, NJ, has joined Susquehanna Financial Group, LLLP’s equity research team. Prior to joining Susquehanna, Fidacaro was Vice President and Senior IT Hardware Analyst at Merrill Lynch.

Kenneth A. Freelund (MBA ’99), of Millburn, NJ, has joined Merriman Curhan Ford Group, Inc. as Senior Vice President, Institutional Equity Sales, based in its New York office. Prior to that, he was Director at Rodman & Renshaw, and an institutional equity salesperson at CIBC World Markets and JP Morgan. Merriman Curhan Ford Group is a financial services firm focused on fast-growing companies in the clean tech, consumer, Internet, media, and healthcare sectors.

Kevin B. Jennings (MBA ’99), of New York, NY, has been appointed Assistant Deputy Secretary of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools by Education Secretary Arne Duncan. Jennings is the Founder and Executive Director of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN).

Matthew C. Michaels (MBA ’99), of Frisco, TX, has been promoted to Vice President of Administration at Conifer Revenue Cycle Solutions, Inc. Prior to leading Conifer’s administration, Michaels served two years as Senior Director of Operations Planning and Strategy for Tenet Patient Financial Services and five years leading Tenet’s e-business strategy department.

Philip V. Volpicelli (MBA ’99), of New York, NY, has joined Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. as the firm’s first analyst in high-yield and distressed research. Previously, Volpicelli worked at Goldman Sachs.

David L. Bassuk (MBA ’00), of Livingston, NJ, has joined AlixPartners as Managing Director. Previously, Bassuk was on the Board of Directors at Kurt Salmon Associates.

Christopher Claps (MBA ’00), of Red Bank, NJ, was promoted to Senior Vice President of Quantitative Analysis at Contemporary Healthcare Capital LLC, a provider of senior mortgage, mezzanine debt, and equity to healthcare service companies.

Thomas J. Deierlein (MBA ’00), of West Harrison, NY, has been named COO of Simulmedia, Inc., a television marketing company pioneering the use of data modeling and predictive technologies to improve the effectiveness of “on-air” program promotion. Previously, Deierlein was Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Development, at Millward-Brown, the WPP-owned media research firm.

Ronald Doria (MBA ’00), of Chatham, NJ, has joined Fred Alger Management, Inc., as Vice President, Senior Analyst, covering the healthcare sector. Previously, Doria was a senior equity analyst with Mazama Capital Management.

Man with a Plan

George W. Madison
(BS ’75)

When George W. Madison enrolled in the undergraduate program at NYU, he already had a personal business plan up his sleeve for becoming a senior executive at a major investment firm. He knew that he was going to have to work hard if he wanted to play in the big leagues.

During his first semester at NYU, as a history and political science student, he applied for an entry-level accounting job at a small publishing firm to pay for tuition. But he had never taken an accounting course. “I went to the NYU bookstore and bought an accounting book so that I could speak knowledegably during the interview,” he said. Madison spent the next two years maintaining a full course load while working full time. At the end of his sophomore year, he transferred to Stern. “It just made more sense with my professional background,” he explained. After graduation, Madison went on to further his education by obtaining both an MBA and a JD from Columbia University.

After law school, he clerked for the Honorable Nathaniel R. Jones at the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati, then did a stint at Shearman & Sterling as an associate. In 1987, he joined Mayer, Brown & Platt, where he became the first African-American elected to Partner. In 1997, Madison had an opportunity to put his business degree to greater use as Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary at Comerica. He was then recruited for a similar role at TIAA-CREF in 2003. “My background shaped who I am – there was always someone significant at each stage of my life to mentor me,” he said.

With his recent nomination as General Counsel at the Department of Treasury by President Obama, Madison has the opportunity to work for his greatest mentors – the President and Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner. “I knew I wanted to take on this challenge when I was recruited,” he said. “The world economy was faltering, and major banks were collapsing. I thought of my children asking me [in the future], ‘Daddy, what did you do to help?’ I wanted to help stabilize the financial system and reinvigorate the economy.”

As General Counsel, Madison will manage approximately 2,000 lawyers and 1,600 staff members. Together, he and his team confront, head-on, the legal issues the government faces in the current financial crisis, a broad range that includes the public debt; revenue and customs laws; international and domestic economic, monetary, and financial affairs; and law enforcement and the financial war on terror. “The Treasury is essentially the CFO of the government, and we need to ensure that the causes of the crisis are addressed, the holes in financial regulation are plugged, and that everything related is secure so that this doen’t happen again,” he declared.

When Madison isn’t at the Treasury, he enjoys spending his time with his two daughters. And when he can, he heads to the “green” for a quick round of golf.

Peter Eastwood (MBA ’00), of Norwell, MA, has been promoted to President and CEO of Lexington Insurance Company, a unit of AIG Commercial Insurance and one of the nation’s Surplus Lines carrier.

Brian P. Fitzgerald (MBA ’00), of Ridgewood, NJ, has joined UBS Investment Bank as Director. Previously, Fitzgerald worked at Banc of America Securities, where he spent the past three years covering the Internet and mobile Internet companies.

Jonathan Scott Ross (MBA ’00), of Beverly Hills, CA, was recently married to Anne-Marie Lee Boysen. Ross is a sales manager for theatrical distribution at Fox Searchlight Pictures.

Matthew Horan (BS ’01), of East Norwich, NY, was recently married to Danielle Lewin. Horan is an account specialist at C&B Consulting, an employee-benefits consulting firm in Syosset, NY.

Jim Mui (BS ’01), of New York, NY, was recently married to Dr. Linda Law. Mui is a financial analyst at JPMorgan Chase in Manhattan.

Ann M. Sheridan (MBA ’01), of New York, NY, and her husband, Erich, recently welcomed a baby boy, Tyler.

Matthew W. Swope (MBA ’01), of Morris Plaines, NJ, has joined Broadpoint Capital Inc.’s Debt Capital Markets Division as Vice President and Fixed Income Analyst. Previously, Swope was Research Analyst, Portfolio Manager, and Partner at Washington Corner Capital Management.

Boris G. Todorov (BS ’01), of New York, NY, has been appointed Director of Risk Management with Troika Dialog. Previously, Todorov was Vice President of Global Risk Management for Alternative Investments at JP Morgan.

Christopher J. Allen (MBA ’02), of Garden City, NY, has joined Pali Capital Inc. as Senior Equity Research Analyst, covering the exchange and market security structure industry, which he previously covered for Bank of America.

Alan T. Ennis (MBA ’02), of Scotch Plains, NJ, has been appointed CEO and President of Revlon, Inc. Previously, Ennis was the CFO and President of Revlon International.

Dana Guido (MBA ’02), of Hillsborough, CA, has joined Merriman Curhan Ford Group, Inc.’s equity research team as Senior Vice President. Most recently, Guido was Senior Equity Research Analyst covering the US steel sector at Barclays Capital and Lehman Brothers.

Graham Michener (MBA ’02), of New York, NY, was appointed to Managing Director of RSR Partners, an executive search and corporate governance recruiting firm. Previously, Michener was Executive Director in the global banking and markets practice of Russell Reynolds Associates.

Thomas Oh (MBA ’02), of Darien, CT, has joined Sandler O’Neill in the firm’s fixed income group. Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P. is a full-service investment banking firm that provides comprehensive advisory and transaction execution services to the financial industry.

Amelia A. Sadowsky (MBA ’02), of New York, NY, was recently married to Thomas Murphy. Sadowsky works at Pfizer Inc., where she is Senior Manager in one of the company’s finance divisions.

Lewis Boreas Yuming Fan (MBA ’03), of Harrison, NJ, has been appointed CFO for China-Biotics. Prior to joining China-Biotics, Fan was Vice President and Senior Equity Analyst for Brean Murray, Carret & Co., where he covered the Chinese healthcare industry.

Natalia Schargorodsky (MBA ’03) and Pablo F. Kralj (MBA ’03), of Buenos Aires, Argentina, recently welcomed the birth of their child, Uma.

Aziz I. Ansari (BS ’04), of Bennettsville, SC, is starring in NBC’s sitcom “Parks and Recreation” and in the movie “Funny People.”

Allan J. Boomer (MBA ’04), of Somerset, NJ, and wife, Jeanell, recently welcomed a baby boy, Avery Braxton. Boomer currently serves as Chair of the NYU Stern Alumni Council.

Alexander M. Droznik (BS ’04), of Brooklyn, NY, has been appointed Affiliate Program and Business Development Manager for Cyweb Holdings Inc.’s website. Previously, Droznik held a position with GE Capital.

Laura M. Smith (MBA ’04), of New York, NY, was recently married to Thomas H. Winner, Jr. Smith is the Associate Director of Audience Development and Analysis at Condé Nast Portfolio.

David Yoo (MBA ’04), of Leonia, NJ, has joined SF Investment as Managing Director and Head of the Americas. SF Investment is a comprehensive investment and financial company based out of Seoul, Korea, and affiliated with SoftForum.

Jan Grabowski (MBA ’05), of Munich, Germany, was recently promoted to Manager at Bain & Company.

Lynda F. Madera (BS ’05), of Seaford, NY, was recently married to Daniel Vaillant. Madera currently works in the business and finance department of Morgan Lewis & Bockius.

Arindam Nag (MBA ’05), of London, UK, has been promoted to Deputy Managing Editor with Dow Jones Newswires. Previously, Nag was Senior Columnist for “Heard on the Street.”

Simon J. Samaha (MBA ’05), of Haddonfield, NJ, has been appointed President and CEO of Summit Medical Group, the largest independently operated, multi-specialty medical practice in New Jersey. Most recently, Samaha served as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ.

Kineret C. Baumberg (MBA ’06), of Wayne, NJ, has joined Bentley Associates, LP, as an analyst. The firm focuses on middle market and emerging growth companies within the travel and leisure, energy, healthcare, technology, retail, and business and financial services sectors.

Alexander A. Hammet (MBA ’06), of New York, NY, has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary of Delos Insurance Group, which provides program business insurance. Previously, Hammett was Senior Vice President with Arch.

Douglas A. Costa (MBA ’07), of Dallas, TX, was named COO of Cardiovascular Specialty Association of North Texas. Previously, Costa was a management consultant to the healthcare industry with Ziegler Capital Markets and Deloitte Consulting.

Melissa J. Feldman-Desjardins (MBA ’07), of New York, NY, with her husband, John, and daughter, Olivia Rose, welcomed baby, Alex Michael, on March 17, 2009.

Mark McLaren (MBA ’07), of New York, NY, was named National Accounts Manager for Agency and Advertiser Sales at Mediamark Research & Intelligence (MRI), a provider of magazine audience and multimedia research data.

Edward Repking (MBA ’07), of Stamford, CT, has been promoted to Tax Partner at KPMG.

Greg J. Sheppard (MBA ’07), of New York, NY, was recently married to Marybeth Ferringo. Sheppard is Senior Manager for New York Open, the small business credit card division for American Express.

Linda Y. Tsai (MBA ’07), of New York, NY, was recently married to Richard Weinert. Tsai is a stock analyst at MKM Partners, a securities research firm.

Lyneisha E. Vaughn (MBA ’07), of Brooklyn, NY, was recently married to Edward Perez. Vaughn is a business manager for the Swedish publishing company Bonnier.

Kathleen S. Wilson (MBA ’07), of New York, NY, recently published a novel, Rumer & Qix: The Race to Terra Incognita. The story is a futuristic, eco-fantasy adventure written for the tween audience.

Patrick T. Yip (MBA ’07), of Beijing, China, was recently promoted to CFO of Schulze Global Investments, a global emerging markets private equity firm with operations in the US, China, and Ethiopia.

Jessica M. Resler (MBA ’08), of Brooklyn, NY, and Matthew Demanett (MBA ’08), of New York, NY, founded Muffin Cupcake and Associates LLC while they were in the Langone Part-time MBA Program. Muffin Cupcake is a strategic brand development firm for emerging businesses.

Dena M. Imbesi (MBA ’09), of New York, NY, was recently married to Edward Faccio. Imbesi is an executive compensation consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.

Anthony K. Odierno (MBA ’09), of New York, NY, was recently named a new board member of the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization whose mission is to honor and empower wounded soldiers. Odierno was wounded while serving as Captain in the United States Army. He now works in operations for the New York Yankees.

In Memoriam
Helen De Scipio (BS ’40)
Arthur W. Harrigan, Sr. (BS ’42, MBA ’48, PhD ’59)
Perry Luntz (BS ’51)
Mario Carotti (BS ’55)
Francis X. Coleman, Jr. (BS ’55)
Donald T. Vandeusen (BS ’55)
James Barwick (BS ’57)
Jerome Kahn (BS ’57)
Irwin Scherago (LAW ’61, MBA ’62)
Joseph Meilan (MBA ’77)
Stuart C. Gruskin (MBA ’83)
Robert J. Milacci (MBA ’04)