1990s



Christine Muldoon ’95 MBA

Christine MuldoonChristine Muldoon ’95 MBA, senior vice president of marketing and strategy at WebMD Health services, was named one of the Top 50 Women Leaders in Healthcare of 2022 by “Women We Admire,” an organization providing news and information about leading women in business and other fields. The awards go to women in healthcare who have shown dedication for their position and have managed organizations that are committed to providing exceptional healthcare services.


Jeffrey Rossi ’93

Jeffrey RossiJeffrey Rossi 93 has joined Marcum LLP as an assurance partner in Connecticut’s Hartford office and serves as the New England Consumer & Industrials Practice Leader. Prior to joining Marcum LLP, Rossi worked 28 years at CohnReznick with his last position being managing partner of the Connecticut offices and National Co-Leader of the Manufacturing and Distribution Practice, as well as an executive board member.


Richard L. McCarthy ’90

Richard L. McCarthy

Richard L. McCarthy ’90 returns to the University of Connecticut to lead the UConn Health Information Technology Department. McCarthy has held IT leadership positions in both civilian and military medical institutions and spent the last four years as CIO of White Plains Hospital, where he reconfigured the IT infrastructure and oversaw the transition to the Epic electronic health record system, which UConn Health adopted in 2018.





Laurie S. Haas ‘94

Laurie S. Haas ‘94 has been named one of the Top 100 Women Leaders in Connecticut for 2022 by Women We Admire. Ms. Haas is an attorney with the Murthy Law Firm.  She represents companies and individuals before the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of State, and other government agencies.


Dat T. Tran ‘90, ‘93 MBA, ’94 JD

dtDat T. Tran ‘90, ‘93 MBA, ’94 JD has been named president of PowerSecure, a Southern Company subsidiary and national leader in MicroGrid solutions. Tran has more than 27 years of legal and business experience in the energy, utilities, and transportation sectors.


Eric Mullai ’93 MBA

eric mullaiEric Mullai ‘93 MBA has been promoted to captain of Troop G State Police in Bridgeport, CT.  Mullai has more than 32 years of service in the Connecticut Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve, retiring in 2018 as Commander of the largest Military Police Brigade in the U.S. Army Reserve with the rank of Colonel. Mullai was also deployed to Iraq as a Battalion Commander.