1980s


Joanne C. Crevoiserat’85

Joanne C. Crevoiserat ’85 has been named the Chief Financial Officer of Tapestry, Inc. (NYSE: TPR), a leading New York-based house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle brands.  It’s portfolio includes Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman.  Ms. Crevoiserat joins Tapestry from Abercrombie & Fitch and has also held senior finance positions with Kohl’s Inc, Wal-Mart Stores and May Department Stores.


Richard S. Martin ’86

Richard S. Martin ’86 has joined RentPath as Chief Financial Officer.  Prior to joining RentPath, Mr. Martin served as CFO of Symphony Health Solutions and was responsible for accounting, FP&A, risk management, tax and treasury.  He brings a wealth of experience to the role, as well as functional expertise in metrics-based management, working capital management and strategy & growth.


Richard C. Hague ’83

Richard C. Hague ’83 has joined Polarity TE as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer.  Mr. Hague brings to PolarityTE experience in many aspects of corporate development and operations from his more than 30-year career in the biotechnology industry, including launching a variety of autologous cell and tissue therapies.


Richard C. Hague ’83

Richard C. Hague ’83 has joined Polarity TE as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Hague brings to PolarityTE experience in many aspects of corporate development and operations from his more than 30-year career in the biotechnology industry, including launching a variety of autologous cell and tissue therapies.


Kenneth S. Hyne ’84 MBA

Kenneth S. Hyne ’84 MBA has joined SageView Advisory Group as managing director in the Connecticut office.  Mr. Hyne has over 30 years of experience in the investment consulting field, specializing in plan development, implementation and investment monitoring for defined benefit and defined contribution plans.  He began his career at the investment and retirement divisions at CIGNA, then went on to Advest, Inc. as the senior director of Investment Management Services. Most recently, he served as the president of USI Investment Advisory Services and Senior VP of USI Consulting Group.


William S. Simon ’81, ’88 MBA

William S. Simon, '81 '88 MBAWilliam S. Simon, ’81, ’88 MBA has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Anixter International Inc. Mr. Simon is the former President and Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Walmart U.S., a leading retail corporation. Prior to joining Walmart, Mr. Simon held several senior positions at Brinker International, Diageo, Cadbury-Schweppes, PepsiCo and RJR-Nabisco.


Rhonda Germany Ballintyn ’88 MBA

Rhonda Germany Ballintyn ’88 MBA has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation, a leading global medical technology company.  Ms. Germany Ballintyn will also serve on the board’s compensation committee.  She recently retired from Honeywell International Inc. where she was the Corporate Vice President, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer.


Russell Dancho ’86 MBA

Russell Dancho ’86 MBA has been appointed Managing Director of Strategic Sourcing by LogicSource, a leading sourcing and procurement services firm in Norwalk, Connecticut. Before joining LogicSource, Mr. Dancho spent over 30 years in senior-level packaging and product development roles with major consumer brands such as Revlon, CONAIR and The LEGO Group. He began his career in Engineering and Supply Chain Management, working with companies such as The Nestle Company and PepsiCo.


Michael J. Anthony ’85

Michael J. Anthony ’85 was named to head Santander Bank’s newly formed Direct Private Investment Practice.  Mr. Anthony, who brings over 20 years of experience in alternative investments and family office consulting to Santander Bank, is based in Boston.  Prior to joining Santander, he served as the director and global head of the family office practice group at Citizens Bank.  He also is a founding member and managing director at Boston Family Office Consultants, a firm started by industry professionals that connects single family offices with alternative investment opportunities.


John W. Mahoney ’89 JD

John W. MahoneyJohn W. Mahoney ’89 JD has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Claim Officer at IFG Companies in Hartford.  Mr. Mahoney will be responsible for managing IFG’s nationwide claims organization while serving as a member of the Company’s overall Senior Leadership Team.  Mr. Mahoney comes to IFG with over 20 years of demonstrated success in a variety of claim leadership roles.  He began his career practicing law in the litigation practice of Hebb & Gitlin and Shipman & Goodwin.  Most recently, he spent the last ten years in a variety of claim leadership positions at Zurich North America.