1980s


George Barrios ’87, ’89 MBA

George Barrios

George Barrios ’87, ’89 MBA, co-founder and co-CEO of Isos Capital Management, was named an officer of Progress Acquisition Corporation (NASDAQ: PGRW, the “Company”), a special purpose acquisition company delivering value for the businesses at the forefront of the digital revolution in the media space.




Steven J. Burns ’88

Steven J. Burns ’88 was appointed president and CEO of Idaho Community Foundation, a nonprofit public foundation with the goal of enriching the quality of life throughout Idaho. It combines people and resources to make an impact in each of Idaho’s 44 counties.


Rich Goodwin ‘83 MBA

Rich Goodwin ‘83 MBA recently published his second book, BASEBALL LIFE MATTERS. The author takes a look at the game of baseball and the life lessons baseball provides. The book is a tribute to the Rochester, NY area 1967 New York State American Legion Championship Team and players.


Lisa G. Bisaccia ‘85 MBA

lbLisa G. Bisaccia ‘85 MBA was appointed to Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Board of Directors.  She is a retired executive vice president and chief human resources officer of CVS Health.  During her tenure at CVS Health, Bisaccia focused on employee engagement and organizational culture and oversaw CVS Health’s corporate social responsibility and philanthropy.



Shari Cantor ‘81


scantorShari Cantor ‘81, Mayor of West Hartford, along with her husband, Michael Cantor, have helped fund the new UConn entrepreneurship program, which will include working to solve actual problems faced by startup companies in Greater Hartford. UConn will debut its Build Hartford course through the university’s Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation next spring, the university said.