Frances Trelease ’83, ’96 MBA is the founder of Boomer Den, LLC, an adult internship program. Boomer Den connects adult professionals with business owners who need professional, skilled support, and who welcome the maturity and experience of an adult. Following an initial, risk-free trial run, employers have the option to hire the candidate. http://www.boomerden.com/
Bonnie J. Duszak Losty ’86 has been named accounting manager for Vermont Information Technology Leaders, Inc. where she will be responsible for all aspects of the accounting system. Previously, Ms. Losty worked as a financial reporting manager for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
Margaret M. Sullivan ’81 MBA has accepted the position of Director of Finance and Operations with Cooperative Educational Services in Trumbull, CT. Previously, Mrs. Sullivan worked in the same position at the Easton, Redding and Region 9 School Districts.
Ronald L. Katz ’89 MBA has been named Executive Director of the CT Invention Convention, a 34-year-old nonprofit which teaches engineering, creativity, problem solving and entrepreneurship through the process of invention.
Kevin R. Metivier ’96 has joined The Denison Pequotsepos/Coogan Farm and Heritage Center as finance director. Mr. Metivier comes to the Nature Center from Otis Elevator Company, where he worked in a variety of finance positions from 2004 to 2015.
Edward F. Lange Jr. ’86 MBA has been appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer at Maxx Properties. Mr. Lange has more than 30 years of management, real estate and financial expertise. He previously served as an independent direction with American Assets Trusts, Inc. and STAG Industrial, Inc.