Dat 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 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.
Kimberly Ambrosio ‘99 has been appointed by the Westport Board of Education as principal of Long Lots Elementary School beginning July 1.
Michael D. Horan ‘95 MBA joins Worcester Polytechnic Institute as executive vice president and chief financial officer. In this role, Horan will oversee the university’s financial, physical, and technological resources.
Tracey Scraba ’95, ’04 JD joined Signify Health as senior vice president and deputy general counsel. Scraba comes to Signify Health from CVS Health, where she served as chief privacy officer. She also worked for Aetna for 23 years and has served as an adjunct professor at the UConn School of Business.
Kathleen Totten ’18 was named senior vice president and regional strategic growth and sales manager at William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance for offices in Greater Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. Totten is responsible for business growth through strategic relationship-building in the industry and throughout WRRE’s eight-state footprint, which includes agent recruitment, coaching, and mentoring to build their individual businesses and develop marketing initiatives.
Tom Rizzi ’92 assumed the role of president and CEO for OTR International in the greater Atlanta, Georgia area. Rizzi joined OTR after serving for five years for JSJ Corporation as EVP and COO. He also served as CEO for GHSP, JSJ’s largest portfolio company.
Nicole Hughey ’93, ’99 MBA, vice president of diversity and inclusion at SiriusXM, was recognized by the National Diversity Council as one of Top 50 Leaders in Entertainment. Hughey engaged all employees across SiriusXM in a deep and thought-provoking exercise called “Can We Talk?”, an initiative focused on fostering a more inclusive workplace.
Steven T. Rogers ‘99 MBA has been appointed vice president of business development at Gamma Aerospace. Headquartered in Mansfield, Texas, Gamma Aerospace is a specialized, end-to-end provider of engineered airframe and flight components.
Christine D. Gagnon ‘99, ‘02 MSA, ‘04 MBA, has been named one of the Top 50 Women in the Equipment Finance industry for 2021 by Monitor Daily. Gagnon, CFO of Africa Asset Finance Company, was nominated based on her industry engagement and unique contributions in finance and leasing. Previously, Gagnon held leadership positions at Ernst & Young LLP and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.