Warren “Butch” Hyatt

Warren “Butch” Hyatt, a graduate of the Public Safety Management Program, was named police chief of Guilford, CT. Hyatt holds a B.S. in Public Safety Administration from Charter Oak State College and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy. Hyatt currently serves as the director of law enforcement services for the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV).

Mark L. Boxer ’84 MBA

Mark L. Boxer ’84 MBA is currently the Executive Vice President of CIGNA.  Mr. Boxer was named one of the Hartford Business Journal’s Power 50.  The HBJ Power 50 recognizes professionals that must not only be in a position of power, but they also need to wield it in such a way that has a positive impact on the region’s community and business in Connecticut.

Maryann N. Haverstock ’04 MBA

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.

Gregory Kirber ’13 MBA, JD and Erik B. St. Pierre ’12 MBA, JD

Gregory Kirber ’13 MBA, JD and Erik B. St. Pierre ’12 MBA, JD have created PartsTech, an automotive eCommerce platform that revolutionizes the parts-ordering and procurement processes for professional technicians and auto-shop owners.  PartsTech’s Director of Data Management, Eric Lough, has also studied at the UConn School of Business.