Susan A. Martinelli ’01 MSA 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. Martinelli is the Office Managing Partner and Assurance Partner at RSM US LLP.
James Coogan ’02, ’04 MSA has been appointed Vice President, Investor Relations & Business Development by Kaman Corporation. Mr. Coogan joined the company in 2008. Prior to joining Kaman, he held positions at Ann Taylor, Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Robert L. Clements ’05 has been named Office Director at Goldstein & Goldstein, a personal injury, accident, and nursing home law firm. In this role, Mr. Clements will manage day-to-day operations, personnel, and technology, along with handling site visits.
Tara Maroney Pickett ’06 joined the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) as a project and web content manager. NYSSBA provides advocacy, training and information to school boards in support of their mission to govern the state’s public schools. In this role, she oversees their website and will manage projects throughout the organization. Previously, she worked in academic advising and communications at Hudson Valley Community College and the University of Bridgeport.
Christopher T. Calio ’00 MBA, JD will assume the presidency of Pratt & Whitney, effective upon the retirement of Bob Leduc in early 2020. Prior to assuming leadership of Pratt & Whitney, Mr. Calio served as president of its commercial engines business. In his new role, he will be responsible for development, program management, sales, customer support and aftermarket services of the company’s portfolio of large commercial engines, including the P&W GTF engine family.
Edwin J. Tucker, MD ’08 MBA has been named Chief Medical Officer of Mirum Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company focused on novel therapies for debilitating liver diseases. Dr. Tucker has over 20 years of academic, biotechnology and pharmaceutical commercialization.
MaryAnn N. Haverstock ’04 MBA has joined The Gunnery faculty as Director of the IDEAS Lab. Ms. Haverstock brings to the school’s robust STEM curriculum – which is offered in a hands-on lab environment – more than two decades of engineering experience. In her new role she is responsible for both teaching courses and managing the Innovation, Design, Engineering, and Applied Scholarship Lab.
Matt Fleury ’07 EMBA has been reappointed by Governor Ned Lamont to a second term as Chairman of the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education. Mr. Fleury has served as BOR chair since 2016 and has been a member of the board since 2011.
David V. Mariano ’06, ’19 MBA was promoted to Assistant Vice President, Credit Risk Analyst in the Consumer Restructure & Recovery Department at Webster Bank.
Jennifer S. Collier ’02 MBA has been named Senior Vice President of Stop-Loss & Health at Sun Life, the largest independent stop-loss insurance provider in the country. As a registered nurse and MBA, Ms. Collier brings both clinical and business management expertise to risk and cost management strategies for Sun Life’s self-funded employer clients. Ms. Collier joins Sun Life from Cigna, where most recently she was chief operating officer of its middle market operations.