Genevieve C. Stimpson ’18 has joined MahoneySabol, a regional certified public accounting firm with locations in Glastonbury, Middletown and Essex. Ms. Stimpson will serve as a Staff Accountant-Audit.
Jess (Hoffman) Moran ’14 MBA was promoted to Senior Vice President within the Consumer Banking & Merrill Edge Business Integration team. Upon graduation from UConn, Ms. Moran joined the Bank of America Consumer Banking Leadership Development Program. Following this two year program, she joined Business Integration, where she serves as a consultant across the various lines of business within the Consumer Bank.
John F. Rossi ’13 MBA was named one of Hartford Business Journals 40 Under Forty 2018. He serves as the vice president of operational integration for Hartford HealthCare. He is primarily focused on improving quality and reducing costs to help HHC provide reliable andefficient health care. Hired in 2014 to launch a system-wide project management office, he now serves as the leader for the annual operational budget improvement process.
Mahesh Puthenveetil ’10 MBA has received one of the Hartford Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 awards. He is currently a senior director within the Enterprise Execution Department at Anthem Inc., which is the second largest health insurer in the US. In his role, Mr. Puthenveetil is leading the new prtoduct and service operations portfdolios that support 30-plus enterprise transformative initiatives impacting Anthem’s top-line and bottom-line growth across multiple commercial segments.
Bradley P. Bentley ’13 MBA has been named Director of the Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities. Mr. Bentley’s career spans over 25 years working for public utilities throughout the United States and, most recently, the Jamestown Urban Renewal Agency. His work experience includes both management and engineering positions while working for American Electric Power in Columbus, Ohio; GridAmerica in Cleveland, Ohio; San Diego Gas & Electric in San Diego, Calif.; and Eversource Energy in Hartford, CT.
Yuan Jin ’18 Ph.D., an OPIM Doctoral Student, has successfully defended her dissertation titled, “Essays on Online Two-sided Platforms.” Dr. Jin has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor offer from Texas Tech University. She will join the Area of Information Systems and Quantitative Sciences faculty at the Rawls College of Business.
Xian Cao ’18 Ph.D. is a Management Doctoral Student, successfully defended his dissertation titled “Examining the Financial Payoffs to Prior Entrepreneurial Experience.” Dr. Cao has accepted a tenure track position as Assistant Professor at Ball State University.
Mikhail Wolfson ’18 Ph.D. successfully defended his dissertation titled, “Toward a Configural Theory of Team Composition: An Exploration of Dynamic Crew Configurations on Team Processes.” Dr. Wolfson has accepted a position as Assistant Proessor at American University, Washington DC, to begin Fall 2018.
Matthew R. Bradford, ’16, ’17 MS employed with PriceWaterhouseCoopers, has been named one of the 2017 Sells Award winners. The American Institute of CPAS bestowed the 2017 Elijah Watt Sells Award upon 58 CPA candidates who obtained a cumulative average score above 95.5 across all four sections of the CPA Examination and passed all four sections of the Examination on their first attempt.