New Haven, CT (May 22, 2017) – After 17 years of service as the President of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce (GNHCC), Anthony Rescigno announced today his plans to retire on December 31, 2017. A search committee of Chamber board members and community business leaders has been formed to identify a successor.
“As someone who has been involved in local business affairs for the better part of my career, I am so proud of what we have accomplished over the years,” said Anthony Rescigno, president of the GNHCC. “It has been a true privilege to serve with and for some of the best and brightest in our region and to be blessed with an extraordinary staff throughout my tenure at the Chamber. While I will absolutely miss those interactions every day, I have decided that the time is right for me to retire.”
Madison: Colliers International | Project Management Northeast (PMNE) announces the addition of Maria Angelico as Marketing & Business Development Manager.
In this role, Angelico is responsible for outbound marketing efforts to grow the Colliers PMNE brand. She will also be involved with business development activities to create new client and project opportunities, in support of the company’s services and sectors throughout New England.
Angelico is an emerging professional who brings a unique background in strategic development from tech start-ups to architectural firms. She joins the Colliers PMNE team with over six years of experience in architecture, marketing, and business development. “As a leader in its industry, Colliers continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of our clients – building relationships and awareness in our markets is essential as we continue to grow,” Angelico stated.
Hartford: Gov. Dannel P. Malloy engaged in some high-level recycling Monday, bringing back Gina McCarthy to serve on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Green Bank.
McCarthy was the commissioner of environmental protection in Connecticut under Malloy’s predecessor, Gov. M. Jodi Rell, before going to Washington to serve as the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency under President Obama. She also was an environmental official in Massachusetts under Gov. Mitt Romney.
Bridgeport: Michael LoSasso, AIA, LEED|AP BD+C has been named named principal in the architectural and interior design firm, Antinozzi Associates.
LoSasso has been a practicing architect for more than 25 years, joining the Antinozzi as a project architect in 2011. According to the company, “he has worked as senior project manager on several educational and institutional projects.”
DANBURY: Fuel Cell Energy [Nasdaq: FCEL] has appointed Jennifer Arasimowicz was promoted to the newly created officer position of Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer. Arasimowicz, a licensed attorney in Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts, has responsibility for legal and government affairs. Arasimowicz joined FuelCell Energy in 2012 as Associate Counsel and was promoted to Vice President in 2014.
Prior to FuelCell Energy, Ms. Arasimowicz served as General Counsel of Total Energy Corporation, a New York based diversified energy products and service company providing a broad range of specialized services to utilities and industrial companies. Previously, she was a partner at Shipman & Goodwin in Hartford, Connecticut chairing the Utility Law Practice Group and began her legal career as an associate at Murtha Cullina. She earned her Juris Doctor at Boston University School of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Boston University.
HARTFORD: The Connecticut News Project, publisher of The Connecticut Mirror and its sister websites TrendCT and CT Viewpoints, has named West Hartford resident and communications professional Bruce Putterman as its new chief executive officer and publisher. The Connecticut Mirror is a nonprofit online news publication covering state and federal government, public policy, and politics.
Ulysses B. Hammond CNP’s board president said. “To be accountable to our mission and audience, this means CNP needs to be agile and cutting edge. Our board was very impressed by Bruce’s leadership skills, record of innovation, business experience, collaborative style, and knowledge of Connecticut. His combination of skills is just what we need to advance our mission.”