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Lauralee E. Martin ’79 MBA

Lauralee E. Martin ’79 MBA has joined QuadReal Property Group’s Board of Directors. Ms. Martin has served as CEO of HCP, a Fortune 500 REIT. She was also both COO and CFO with Jones Lang LaSalle, where she led the global financial strategy for the firm. She holds an MBA from the University of Connecticut, and was inducted into the UConn School of Business Hall of Fame in 2011.



Jane Fedorowicz ’76

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Jane Fedorowicz ‘76 was recently awarded the 2016 Mee Family Prize at Bentley University’s Convocation ceremony. This annual award recognizes lifetime scholarly achievement that has enhanced the standing and reputation of the University. Ms. Fedorowicz is the Chester B. Slade Professor of Accounting and Information Systems at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts, where she has taught for over 20 years.

Eileen M. Russell ’78 MBA

Eileen M. Russell ’78 MBA has successfully represented the owner and buyer in the sale of an iconic stone structure property in Fairfield, Connecticut. Prior to Ms. Russell’s career in real estate, she worked for more than 30 years as an IT professional in New York City and Fairfield County.




Neil B. Glassman ’78 MBA

Neil B. Glassman ’78 MBA was ranked as a leading individual for his work in bankruptcy/restructuring by Chambers and Partners in Chambers USA 2016.  Mr. Glassman is the chairman of Bayard, P.A.’s Board of Directors and heads the firm’s bankruptcy group.  He has been recognized as a leading lawyer in bankruptcy/restructuring by Chambers USA each year since 2006.



Thomas O. Barnes ’78 MBA

Thomas O. Barnes ’78 MBA has been elected as the chairman of the Connecticut Science Center Board of Trustees. Mr. Barnes has served on the Science Center Board since 2004; most recently as vice chairman. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of Barnes Group, Inc. and has served on the Board of Directors of the company for more than 30 years. He has also been chairman, trustee or director for many non-profit organizations, including the Connecticut Science Center.” .