Anjani Jain will join the Yale School of Management as senior associate dean for the full-time MBA program. In addition, David Bach will join the school as senior associate dean for executive MBA and global programs, effective September 1. Jain has served in multiple leadership roles at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, including ten years as vice dean of its full-time MBA program. Bach is currently dean of programs at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.
Attorney Themis Klarides has become of counsel to Cohen & Wolf, PC, with offices in Bridgeport, Orange, Westport and Danbury. Klarides is presently serving her seventh term in the General Assembly representing the 114th Assembly District, which includes Woodbridge, Orange and Derby. She is a graduate of Trinity College and earned her JD from Quinnipiac University School of Law. A member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Connecticut Bar Association and the New Haven County Bar Association, Klarides has been in private practice for 17 years, concentrating in litigation and bankruptcy.
Jim Craven of Madison, a lawyer in the Litigation Department of New Haven law firm Wiggin & Dana, has been appointed president of the Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association (CDLA) for a one-year term. The CDLA is a volunteer not-for-profit, statewide organization of attorneys engaged in the defense of individuals and businesses in civil litigation, or who serve as counsel for insurance carriers and business organizations. Craven received his JD from Case Western Reserve University School of Law cum laude and earned a BA in economics and political science from Dickinson College.
Retired attorney Burton Alter of Woodbridge, board president of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, has been elected a director of the League of American Orchestras, where he will serve a three-year term.
Carter Mario Injury Lawyers has named Phil Harmon of Madison chief operating officer. Harmon comes to the law firm with a wealth of experience managing and building growing organizations throughout various industries. Most recently he was COO for the New Haven-based specialty manufacturer, Uretek, LLC. Harmon was graduated from the University of Maine in 1990, and then earned an MBA with a concentration in finance and operations from the University of Connecticut in 1992.
Realtor Joseph Cafasso Sr. of Orange has joined Real Living Wareck DÂ’Ostilio Real Estate of New Haven. A Valley native and Realtor since 1994, Cafasso specializes in residential sales and leases throughout the Valley and New Haven County. He holds a BS in marketing from Sacred Heart University.
Salvatore G. Filardi of New Haven has been named vice president of facilities and capital planning at Quinnipiac University, responsible for managing the universityÂ’s facilities and grounds, encompassing more than 600 acres and three million square feet of space. Filardi previously was associate vice chancellor for administrative and fiscal services at the UMass/Dartmouth.
William B. Meyer has appointed Rocco J. Russo senior strategic account executive in the Stratford companyÂ’s fulfillment division. Russo previously founded fulfillment companies that managed several million dollars worth of activity. He spent order tramadol than a decade as a senior manager for companies such as Sureway Logistics and On-Demand Technology Solutions.
The Frank H. Netter, MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University has hired two new associate deans. Sam Parrish, MD, has been appointed associate dean for student affairs, responsible for coordinating student services including counseling, advising, student programming and academic assistance. A pediatrician, Parrish earned his MD at the University of South Carolina. He also holds a chemistry degree from the College of Charleston. In addition, Michael T. Ellison of New Haven has been appointed associate dean of admissions. He comes to QU from Chicago State University, where he was assistant dean of student affairs and admissions from 2007-2012. The Netter School, which will train primary-care physicians, is scheduled to open on QUÂ’s North Haven campus in September 2013.
TD Bank has promoted Alexandra Sanders-DaVeiga of Meriden to assistant vice president, merchant services representative. She joined TD Bank in 2008 and most recently worked as a financial services representative.
Ginger Fennell, vice president and controller of Naugatuck Savings Bank, recently graduated from the American Bankers AssociationÂ’s (ABA) Stonier Graduate School of Banking in Philadelphia. Stonier is ABAÂ’s national graduate school of banking, an intensive three-year program for bank executives.Â Fennell holds a BS degree from East Stroudsburg (Pa.) University and an MBA in accounting from the University of Scranton.
Former Hartford Courant reporter, columnist and managing editor Barbara T. Roessner has been named executive editor of Hearst Connecticut Newspapers. She will oversee editorial content at HearstÂ’s four dailies in the state Â— the Connecticut Post, DanburyÂ’s News-Times, Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Time Â— as well as seven weekly newspapers in Fairfield County. Roessner holds a bachelorÂ’s degree from Wesleyan and was a Knight Fellow at Stanford University in 2003-04.
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