Author: Amanda Spada

Marc Levine ’88 MBA

Marc Levine '88 MBAMarc Levine ’88 MBA is joining athenahealth, Inc. as an Executive Vice President and will become the company’s Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, effective January 2, 2018.  Previously, Mr. Levine served as the executive vice president and CFO of JDA Software Group, Inc. and prior to JDA held several senior financial leadership roles at Hewlett Packard Company.

George Nahodil ’88 MBA

George Nahodil '88 MBAGeorge Nahodil ’88 MBA has been named President and CEO of 1st Federal Credit Union.  Mr. Nahodil was previously executive vice president in charge of retail delivery, public relations and marketing, since joining the credit union in 2001.  John Devlin, Members 1st chairman of the board, said in a news release “George has all the skills necessary – strategic vision, management, and a command of the changing environment of the financial services industry.”

William S. Simon, ’81, ’88 MBA

William S. Simon, '81 '88 MBAWilliam S. Simon, ’81, ’88 MBA, Simon is joining the leadership team of Drizly, the world’s largest online alcohol marketplace, as the first Independent Director named to the company’s Board of Directors.  Mr. Simon was formerly the President and CEO of Walmart U.S. and currently serves on the board of directors at Darden Restaurants, Inc. and Chico’s FAS, Inc, and is an adjunct professor at Baylor University.

Kimberly Markey ’96, ’04 MBA

Kimberly Markey '96 '04 MBAKimberly Markey ’96, ’04 MBA has been appointed to Market Manager for Eemax.  Eemax has emerged as the #1 brand in their product category, tankless water heaters for both residential and commercial properties.  Eemax has called Connecticut home since 1988. With the opening of their Innovation Learning Center in Waterbury in September, the company will continue to drive growth and manufacturing innovation within the state.

Mark Boxer ’87 MBA

Mark Boxer '87 MBAMark Boxer ’87 MBA has been inducted into the Southington High School Wall of Honor. Mr. Boxer was an honor student at SHS, but he said it was the community service program that really prepared him for a successful career. “It instilled in me the fact that giving back to those in need is not only necessary, it is expected.” The Wall of Honor inductee serves as an Executive Vice President and Global Chief Information Officer for Cigna.