Gregg Schuster ’05 MBA has been appointed as township manager for Warminster Township. He previously served as township manager of Pocono Township and in a similar position in the town of Colchester, Connecticut. He holds an MBA in marketing from the University of Connecticut.
Bruce K. Reichenbacher ’96 MBA has been appointed to the executive team as the director of finance at the Shore Hotel in Santa Monica, California. Mr. Reichenbacher previously worked as the assistant general manager and director of finance at Luxe City Center Hotel in Los Angeles, California where he oversaw all aspects of accounting operations and financial reporting. He shares his passion for the hospitality industry with students at Cal State Long Beach where he has taught classes in Hospitality Management.
Robert G. Boschen ’83, ’85 MBA has been named chief executive officer at Tri-Country Community Action Program. Mr. Boschen has held positions as a fiscal officer, as well as chief operating and chief financial officer. He has over 28 years of finance and business experience which include all aspects of financial management, in diverse setting such as municipal and state government, insurance, hospitals and manufacturing.
Lisa G. Bisaccia ’85 MBA has received the Career Achiever award in Providence Business News’ inaugural C-Suite Awards program. Ms. Bisaccia is the current executive vice president and chief human resources officer for CVS Health Corporation. She is a 15-year veteran at the Woonsocket-based pharmacy and health retail giant, and is responsible for more than 245,000 global employees. In addition, Ms. Bisaccia oversees the company’s corporate social responsibility and philanthropic department.
Eugene F. Martin III ’87, ’89 MBA has been appointed to chief executive officer at Gordon Brothers Finance Company (GBFC). GBFC is a specialty-lending business that principally invests in asset-based loans to middle market companies. Mr. Martin is a global capital markets and credit investment professional with over 25 years of experience in leveraged credit spanning from regional, middle-market companies to global enterprises.
Robert Becker ’93 MBA has been appointed to the HMS Holdings Corporation Board of Directors. Mr. Becker was the chief executive officer (retired) of Wolters Kluwer Health. Mr. Becker has held several executive positions at companies such as Jupiter-Media Metrix and Thomson Corporation.
Mary K. Fenton ’91 MBA has been appointed as a co-chair of CBIA’s Connecticut Bioscience Growth Council. Established in January 2015, the overarching mission of the Connecticut Bioscience Growth Council is to grow Connecticut’s bioscience sector. The Council also facilitates collaboration among the Connecticut life science community and communication with the Connecticut and federal policy makers, as well as the public. Ms. Fenton is currently the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Achillion Pharmeceuticals, Inc.
Richard M. Famiglietti ’81 MBA has been ranked as a top performer as a Naugatuck Valley financial director. His performance is ranked in the top quartile of BSS News Bites’ NASDAQ for the past year. He is the owner of CM Property Management. Mr. Famiglietti’s experience as a owner of a property management company provides the board with critical experience in real estate matters as well as experience as a small business owner.
W. Frazier Bell ’11 MBA has been named vice president and retail sales manager of BankNewport where he will be responsible for business development, goal setting, sales and training for the bank’s 15 branches.