Daniel M. Kuzmak ’76 MBA has joined Quench as general manager of its Atlas High Purity Solutions division. Mr. Kuzmak’s leadership experience and background in the water industry will be exceptionally valuable stated the chief executive officer of Quench.
Sudhakar V. Shenoy ’71 MS, ’73 MBA has joined the board of directors of Government Proposal Solutions, Inc. Mr. Shenoy has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Influential People in the Washington, D. C. high-tech industry and was previously selected as Executive of the Year by Northern Virginia GovCon Council. Mr. Shenoy also is the founder, chairman and CEO of IMC, Inc. and considered to be a nationally recognized expert who has built an award-winning technology solutions company.
Frank P. Longobardi, Jr. ’77 has been named the new CEO of CohnReznick. Mr. Longobardi, Jr., regional managing partner for New England, is also on the executive board. Mr. Longobardi, Jr. will relocate to the firm’s headquarters in New York assuming the position of CEO.
Maurice A. Cabral ’78 has joined 5th Street Advisors as an investment advisor representative. Mr. Cabral will help grow the business by acquiring clients for financial planning, insurance and money management. Mr. Cabral has a diverse background in finance including investments, banking and treasury products with over 35 years of experience.
David M. Csere ’75 is the recipient of the 2015 Morgenstern-Clarren Social Justice Employee Prize. Mr. Csere is the chef for Bon Appetit at Wesleyan University. Even though he is noted for his grilled cheese sandwiches, this award is based more so on his interaction with the students. He has worked for Wesleyan for over thirty years.
Richard J. Croarkin ’79 MBA has been elected to Aerie Pharmaceutical’s Board of Directors. Mr. Croarkin brings extensive financial experience along with unique insights across diverse industries.
James Cannon ’79 MBA principal consultant and founder of Sundog Aviation has launched a business aviation safety advocacy service. Mr. Cannon will now offer a quarterly aviation newsletter, articles and research pertinent to the furtherance of operational safety with business aviation. This information will be critical when consideration is given to building a safety program and enhancing safety culture support.
Terrence L. DeRosa ’76 is currently serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer of IAP Worldwide Services, a provider of facilities management, logistics, professional and technical services based in Florida. Mr. DeRosa has more than 30 years of leadership experience in financial and operations management.
Anthony J. Scarpino, Jr. ’73 has joined the law firm of DelBello, Donnellan, Weingarten, Wise & Wiederkehr, LLP and will head the newly expanded estate practice. Judge Scarpino was the Westchester County Surrogate Judge for 14 years. He is grateful for the opportunity to re-enter private practice after 30 years in the judiciary.