Alumni In The News

Will Hermann '14 discusses why expanding gambling is not the answer to state budget woes. more.

For the eighth year in a row, Trinity Pipes alumni gathered in Brooklyn, NY, to sing carols. more.

Quamrul Hasan Ashraf '99 was awarded tenure at Williams College. more.

William Gamble '74 explores why stock markets are on a wild ride. more.

Virginia Cowenhoven '97 named associate editor of the Californian. more.

Ron Cretaro '71 steps down after his three-decade career with the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits. more.

Michael DiSandro '86 appointed as a commercial banking market manager for Santander Bank. more.

University of Hartford President Walter Harrison '68 recognized by NCAA for his work to improve the academic success of student-athletes. more.

James A. Jacobson '66 appointed to New Jersey City University Board of Trustees. more.

Jarod Greene '02 joined Cherwell Software as vice president of product marketing. more.

Bill Carew M'95 named senior vice president of Growth for Digital Benefit Advisors. more.

The New York Times reviews Danny Meyer's '80 new restaurant, Marta. more.

Kwaku Sintim-Misa '82 celebrates 38 years in the entertainment business. more.

Jeff Devereux '12 keeps entrepreneurial spirit alive with Hartford-based handmade shoe company. more.

Joan Hofmann M'03 named Canton's first-ever town poet laureate. more.

Tom Chappell '66, founder of Tom's of Maine, reinvents for-profit sustainability in his second company. more.

Thomas Multari '12 explores fleeting role of oil theft in bankrolling ISIS operations. more.

Maryann Jones '79 named president of Charleston School of Law. more.

Trinity Professor Sam Kassow '66 plays key role in POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews opening. more.

David Seltzer '74 joins The Philadelphia Union as an investor. more.

Katherine Mary Gibson '10 married Hugh Leo Carey II on July 12 in Falmouth, MA. more.

Jim Murray '43 named to National Museum of Racing's Media Roll of Honor. more.

Chris Houlihan '09 debuts at Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. more.
Op-Ed by Marissa Block '14 and Guarav Toor '14 about the Kenya Orphans Project.  more.

Kevin Derby '96 takes to the national airwaves and appeared on "Mid-Point" on  Newsmax TV.  more.
An interesting joint interview with Danny Meyer '80 and Michael Kors in the New York Timesmore

Merritt Piro '14 and her brother have launched a Hamptons-themed beverage company. more

Latchis Arts and Latchis Corporation have named Jonathan Potter '87 as their new executive director. more

William Griswold '82 named 10th Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art. more

Guilford College named Jane Kelleher Fernandes '78 as president. more

Shawn Wooden '91 is running for a seat on Connecticut's Senate. more

Jim Murray Memorial Foundation names Matt Heller ’98 to its board. more

Angus Jennings '97 is running for Lieutenant Governor in Massachusetts. more

Barbara Johnson M'89 awarded the Governor's 2014 History Award in South Dakota. more

Filmmaker Kristine Belson '86 nominated for an Oscar for "The Croods." more

Douglas Brooks '82 named as Rare Craft Fellowship Winner by The Balvanie. more

Tonic Nightlife Group, run by Duncan Ley '03 and his partners, was featured in the San Francisco's Business Times. more

American Osteopathic Association names Robert Orenstein '81 as its new Editor in Chief. more

Men's Cross Country and Track and Field alumnus Ryan Bak '03 named to Team USA. more

The Boston Globe profiled Lou Shipley '85. more

Chris Todd MA'10 wins DAR Outstanding Teacher of American History Award. more

The Chicago Business Journal has named Peter Chupas '99 to it's 40 Under 40 list. more

Richard Field '63 has been appointed to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation's Board of Directors. more

The Association of New Jersey Chiropractors named Donald C. Defabio '80 as Chiropractor of the Year. more

Ben Max '03 named  as one of  New York City's Rising Stars on City and State's 40 Under 40 list. more

Margaret Dufour Macdonald '91 joins U.S. International Trade Commission as it's director in the Office of Unfair Import Investigations. more

Bangor, Maine names new Director of Economic Development, Tanya Pereira Emery '98. more

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights names new COO, Terrie Rouse '74. more 

David Chang '99 discusses how his love of noodles led him to open a chain of restaurants, Momofuku. more

Laura Koehn Thurow '00 discusses her life and what led her into a career in private wealth management. more

Corey Trowbridge '13 has joined the staff of the Renaissance Center for Music in Woodbury, CT. more

Jan Neuberger IDP'13 invites all alumni to attend a reading of her senior thesis, entitled "O Heavy Lightness". Click for more information.

Lesley Dill '72 shares on how language and her belief in the power of words influences her art, which will be on display at LSU Museum of Art. more

Burt Cohen '73 named co-chair of the Connecticut Bar Association's Diversity Committee. more

Public Allies Connecticut named Lindsey Eichler Tengatenga '08 M'11 as its new Executive Director. more

U.S. Ambassador to the African Union, Michael Battle '73 reflects on his experiences on the job in the last three years. more.docx

Liz Elting '87 speaks about TransPerfect Translations International, a company she started with a classmate. more

Joy Wright '95 has been named principle of King Philip Middle School in West Hartford, CT. more

Governor Malloy has appointed Sarah Eagan '99 to serve as Connecticut's child advocate. more

Capitol Bells, an app created by Ted Henderson '07, allows constituents to vote on legislation as it happens at Congress. more

Neela Thakur '92 has been named principal of Emerson-Williams Elementary School by the Wethersfield, CT school board. more

Kristin Duquette '13 writes on Disability Rights at the UN Convention July 2013. more ​

Marc DiBella '97 named to the Hartford Business Journal's "40 Under Forty". more

Paul Mounds  '07 named to the Hartford Business Journal's "40 Under Forty". more