Andy Goldstrom ’87, ’90 MBA published a book entitled Grow Like a Pro; Lessons from a 2X Inc. 500 Executive.” The book’s purpose is to equip business leaders with the freedom, financial control, and ability to impact their community and chart their own course. The book is available on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/y5jn6289.
William H. Steinberg ’91 has joined The Hartford as head of wholesale property for Navigators, a brand of The Hartford. Mr. Steinberg will be responsible for leading the strategic direction and underwriting for the company’s wholesale property products.
Rodney A. Butler ’99 is the Chairman and CEO of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. Mr. Butler was named one of the Hartford Business Journal’s Power 50. The HBJ Power 50 recognizes professionals that must not only be in a position of power, but they also need to wield it in such a way that has a positive impact on the region’s community and business in Connecticut.
Amy J. Dinallo Magyar ’94 has written and illustrated a children’s book, Bobby B. Button and His Magic Button. The story is based upon her own son’s rare genetic condition, which was diagnosed when he was seven days old. Ms. Magyar’s book is to foster awareness of this rare health condition, Urea Cycle Disorder. The focus of the book is to show that not all children are the same, but that differences can be extraordinary and amazing. Her book is available for purchase on amazon.com.
Mary R. Gilhuly ’91 has been named for her distinguished service by CTCPA Women, an award program celebrating Connecticut’s exceptional CPAs. The award was presented at the CTCPA Women’s Awards Breakfast. Ms. Gilhuly is the EVP and CFO of Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc.
John Toscano ’91 has been appointed as a partner with Blum Shapiro, the largest regional business advisory firm based in New England. As a partner, he will be participating in the leadership of Blum’s Education Practice.
Donald L. Anderson, Jr. ’99 is currently the Senior Vice President & CIO, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and has been named to the Board of Directors of Wall Street Technology Association(WSTA©), an industry organization that provides technology and business professionals in the financial industry a forum to learn from and connect with each other.
Joseph D. Bruhin ’87, ’92 MBA has been appointed Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer of Breakthru Beverage. Mr. Bruhin will serve on Breakthru’s Executive Leadership Team and oversee the implementation and execution of a holistic IT Strategic Plan.
Eric R. Judge ’87, ’92 MBA is currently a Financial Advisor at Edward Jones and has just published Out of Town Landlord – Lessons Learned During the Great Recession. His book is available for purchase from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Out-Town-Landlord-Lessons-Recession/dp/1641113782.
Kevin E. Burke ’95 MBA has been named by Southern Connecticut State University School of Business to its Business Advisory Council. Mr. Burke is a senior vice president and market executive for Wells Fargo commercial banking in the Connecticut and New York Capital Region.