The board of directors of Competitive Technologies Inc. in Fairfield has voted to increase the number of directors from five to six. Subsequently the board appointed Stan Yarbro to fill the new board seat. Yarbro recently retired as executive vice president, worldwide field operations, for Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, a position he had held since 2004. He currently sits on the boards of FSI International and Carbon Design Innovations. Yarbro holds a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Georgia Institute of Technology and a BS in chemistry from Wake Forest University.
The law firm of Cohen & Wolf, PC has named the Hon. Bruce L. Levin of counsel to the firm, effective March 5. Levin joins the firm’s litigation practice, and will be providing legal counsel in all areas, commensurate with his experience as a judge of the Connecticut Superior Court for the past 20 years.
Milford mailing-solutions provider Neopost USA has named Nicholas von der Wense vice president of business development. Previously he was the company’s vice president of addressing solutions. Before that he was president of generic ambien Systems, which creates tabletop inkjet address printers.
Beth Connor has joined the Connection Inc. as director of communications. She will be responsible for managing internal and external communications and public relations strategies for the Middletown agency. Previously she was director of Community development at Community Health Resources. She holds an MBA from Western New England College.
Sovereign Bank, NA has named Chris Buchholz managing director and regional office executive for Connecticut middle-market team in the bank’s corporate banking division. Previously the University of Connecticut graduate served as executive vice president of Rockville Bank and as senior vice president and market executive in the Commercial Banking Group at Bank of America and predecessor banks.
The National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) has recognized Gil Fried with its Sport Management Outstanding Achievement Award for his significant contributions in the field. Fried teaches in the Management and Sport Management Department at the University of New Haven. Since joining UNH in 1999, Fried has helped the sports management program grow from 60 to 150 undergraduate students. Fried is the author of Managing Sports Facilities, which is recognized as a leading text in the field of facilities management.
Gayle Capozzalo of Guilford, executive vice president of strategy and system development at Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS), was elected chairman of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), an international professional society of more than 40,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations. Capozzalo, who joined YNHHS in 1997, is responsible for the growth and diversification strategy, clinical and operational integration, performance management and other corporate services of the health system. She earned a BA from the University of Maryland and an MS in public health from the University of Missouri/Columbia’s department of health services management.
Five new members have been elected to the University of New Haven’s Board of Governors. John J. Falconi recently retired as vice president, GE and chief financial officer of GE Technology Infrastructure for the General Electric Co. Erika H. Steiner is vice president and CFO/treasurer for Lydall Inc. in Manchester. Allen G. order xanax Jr. is a deputy global anti-money laundering officer for TD Financial Group. buy ambien online no prescription M. Polanco is chief operating officer and managing director of True Partners Consulting in Chicago. Michael J. Quiello is vice president of corporate safety for United Airlines. The latter three hold UNH degrees.
The law offices of Carter Mario Injury Lawyers have hired Daniel Baker and Adam LaRue as litigation attorneys in the firm’s North Haven office. Baker previous worked for the state attorney’s office, as well as his own solo practice where he handled criminal defense and personal injury law. LaRue also worked for the state attorney’s office, the Connecticut Superior Court and in private practice. He earned a JD from the Quinnipiac University Law School.
John J. Franco has been named managing director of Worth Avenue Capital, LLC. Franco was most recently chief financial officer of Arga, a former Branford company specializing in direct marketing and printing. He was also chairman of the organizational committee for the de novo charted Harbor National Bank in Branford, where he later served as chairman and COO.
Angie Hulford has joined H. Pearce Real Estate buy tramadol online. as a sales associate in Pearce’s Commercial Division in its North Haven corporate offices. She has more than 18 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, most recently with Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services. Hulford is a member of the Greater New Haven, Connecticut and National Associations of Realtors and Greater New Haven Association of Realtors’ Commercial Investment Division.
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