Karen Sills ’06 JD was named a member of the Hartford Business Journal’s 40 under Forty Class of 2020. Sills, who also earned a Tax Studies Certificate from UConn, is the vice president & corporate counsel at Prudential Financial’s Retirement Division and is responsible for providing a wide range of proactive legal advice. She leads a team of attorneys, which supports Retirement’s investment products businesses, including both market value investments and industry-leading stable value platform.
Rachel Fain ’07 was named a member of the Hartford Business Journal’s 40 under Forty Class of 2020. Fain is a partner at Halloran Sage where she is a co-chair of the firm’s insurance coverage litigation practice group and handles coverage disputes and personal injury litigation. She previously served as co-chair of the firm’s pro bono committee and organized pro bono representation to veterans throughout Connecticut through Connecticut Veterans Legal Center.
Matthew Curtin ’03 was named a member of the Hartford Business Journal’s 40 under Forty Class of 2020. Curtin is a partner at Murtha Cullina, where he practices labor and employment law and chairs Murtha’s data privacy and cybersecurity practice group. He is the current chair of the Connecticut Bar Association’s labor and employment law section and has achieved International Association of Privacy Professional certification. Curtin also volunteers for the St. James School Board in Manchester, CT.
Stacy M. Georgette ’09, ’15 MSHRM during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ms. Georgette was selected to manage the facility labor pool under Incident Command Operations at the largest hospital in the Kitsap/Olympic Peninsula, Harrison Medical Center. She has been working hard on the front lines to ensure the facility has functioned with the needed resources and support.
Christine M. Cross ’02 EMBA has been named senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Limelight Networks, Inc. In her new role, she will lead the company’s global marketing organization and be responsible for all aspects of Limelight’s marketing strategy and execution, including product management, demand generation, branding, strategic events and communications.
Sloane M. Googin ’00 has been appointed chief financial officer of Axiom, the global leader in high-caliber, on-demand legal talent.
D. Matthew Olsen ’00 MBA was named chief Underwriting officer, surety, at Sompo International.
Benjamin B. Levy ’09 has joined Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. Dr. Levy is a sports medicine and general orthopedic physician who was a team physician fellow for NCAA Division 1 sports programs at the University of Connecticut and Quinnipiac University.
Rebecca F. Stath ’07 MSA has been promoted to vice president of accounting & principal accounting officer by the Kaman Corporation. Ms. Stath began her career at KPMG before joining Kaman Corporation in 2011. She is a graduate of the Kaman Leadership Development Program.