Jonathan E. Beyman ’76 has joined the Board of Directors of Polaris Consulting & Services, Ltd. The Board of Directors unanimously felt he would add immense value as Polaris enables the digital transformation of its clients. Mr. Beyman was inducted into the University Of Connecticut School Of Business Hall of Fame in May 2009.
Howard J. Bryerman ’75 has opened a franchise of PROSHRED®, a shredding business. Mr. Bryerman is an investment professional with 20 years of experience as a high yield bond portfolio manager and analyst. Mr. Bryerman has partnered with his wife, Simone, in their new business.
Donna A. Rosequist ’76, ’82 MBA was promoted to vice president at Segal Rogerscasey. Ms. Rosequist was most recently Director, Alpha Investment Research in Darien. Ms. Rosequist has 20 years of experience as a fiduciary and advisor on private equity research. She assists clients with the design of private equity programs including plan structure, strategy and performance monitoring.
Gary Z. Siegel ’79 has been appointed by Vision-Sciences, Inc. to vice president of finance and the company’s principal financial officer and principal accounting officer. Prior to joining Vision-Sciences, Inc. Mr. Siegel was the vice president of finance at Genta Incorporated.
Ronald A. Pace ’69, ‘72 MBA was elected to the Ariens Company Board of Directors. Mr. Pace is currently group president of interiors for the Kohler Company. He also serves on the Boards of Road America as well as The Milwaukee Masterpiece. He is a guest lecturer as well as an Adjunct Professor at Marquette’s Graduate School of Business.
David E. Sturgess ’78 has been appointed senior vice president, secretary and general counsel of Affinia Group Inc. Prior to his appointment at Affinia, he led all legal activities at ReCommunity Recycling.
James F. Klotz ’77 has been appointed to vice president, claims strategic operations systems at Selective Insurance Group. Mr. Koltz has held positions such as senior vice president and chief information officer at PMA Insurance and vice president of information systems at Travelers.
Lauralee E. Martin ’79 MBA has been elected to president and chief executive officer at HCP. Prior to her appointment to president and chief executive officer, Ms. Martin served on HCP’s Board of Directors and was a chief executive at Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc.
James M. Mahoney ’79 has been elected to be the chairman of the Board of Directors for the Hospital for Special Care in New Britian. Mr. Mahoney will also serve as vice chair for Center of Special Care, Inc., it’s parent corporation.
Frank Genovese ’72 has been appointed by Governor Robert F. McDonnell to the University of Virginia Board of Visitors. Mr. Genovese is the president of The Rothbury Corporation, a Richmond-area investment company. Mr. Genovese also served in the U.S. Marine Corps.