Keith E. Amann ‘05, vice president on the Built Ecology team at WSP USA, has been recognized as a 2021 LEED Fellow by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI). Amann was among 21 individuals from around the world honored for mastery of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). It is the world’s most widely used green building rating system, identifying exceptional work in advancing green building practices.
Keith J. Bernier ‘08 was named to the Hartford Business Journal’s 2021 Class of 40 Under Forty. Bernier is a district executive for Webster Bank’s Midwest Connecticut district. He has led one of Webster’s top performing banking center teams for more than four years.
Emma E. Romell ‘09, ‘18 MBA, director of commercial finance at Stanley Access Technologies in Farmington, CT, has been elected to the board of the Tunxis Foundation, which provides a variety of scholarships to a diverse group of students from all walks of life.
Adam Bokon ‘03 has joined Rockland Trust as vice president, commercial loan officer for the bank’s Commercial Banking division in the Waltham office. With more than 15 years of experience working in the commercial banking sector, primarily in commercial real estate financing, Bokon’s prior positions include vice president of commercial real estate at Brookline Bank and an assistant vice president of commercial real estate at People’s United Bank.
Jennifer Lambert ‘02 MBA has been named senior global brand director, Myopia Management. In her role, Lambert works with CooperVision’s global and regional teams to expand its Brilliant Futures Myopia Management Program worldwide.
Amber L. Moore ‘09, ‘11 MSA has been promoted to partner at Goldblatt Bokoff LLC in Norwich, CT. Moore, who joined the firm in 2011, was recently elected to the CTCPA Board of Directors and as Chair of the Advisory Council.
Matthew DiGeronimo ’06 MBA published Dear Hunter, Letters from Father to Son, a series of curated letters to DiGeronimo’s son based on his lifetime of experiences as a nuclear engineer, United States Navy submarine officer, an entrepreneur, a radio talk show host, a political candidate, an artist, an author—and a dad.
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.
Sophia N. Ononye-Onyia ‘13 Ph.D., ‘15 MBA has been appointed to the board of directors of Daré Bioscience, Inc., a leader in women’s health innovation. Ononye-Onyia is the founder and CEO of The Sophia Consulting Firm, which provides strategic marketing and communications consulting services to pharmaceutical, biotech and health tech companies.
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.