Alumni on the Move
Acumen Fund: Robert van Zwieten, '96 (XP-65), has been appointed chief investment officer. Headquartered in New York, the nonprofit global venture firm addresses poverty in Africa and South Asia.
Aflac Inc.: J. Peter Kelso, '93, has joined as managing director, chief investments technology officer in the global investment division. The insurance giant is headquartered in Columbus, Georgia.
Aspect Software Inc.: Mihir Shah, '05, has been named vice president of corporate development. The Chelmsford, Massachusetts-based company provides software for the back offices of restaurants.
The Bancorp Inc.: John Chrystal, '84, has been appointed vice president and chief marketing officer. One of China's leading digital map and content companies, AutoNavi is based in Beijing.
Bank of America Corp.: Matthew Elliott, '97, has been named president for Michigan. Elliott also serves as global commercial banking market executive for middle market banking in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio. The global bank is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.
BIOMET 3i LLC: Juliet Johansson, '98, has been appointed senior vice president, global commercial business. The company makes dental implants and related products. It is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
BNY Mellon Wealth Management: Robert Bernstein, '86, has joined as senior portfolio manager based in Century City, California. The wealth management firm is based in New York.
Capsilon Corp.: David Chen, '89, has joined as vice president of finance and administration. The San Francisco-based company offers cloud-based document sharing
Carroll University: Lynda Johnson, '91, has been named to a three-year term as trustee of the Waukesha, Wisconsin-based school. Johnson is assistant treasurer at Harley-Davidson Motor Co. in Milwaukee.
The Delaware Bay Company LLC: Leah Hartman, '87, has joined as director of research. The private investment company is based in New York.
Deloitte Consulting LLC: Shawn Snyder, '04, has been promoted to principal from senior manager. The firm is the consulting subsidiary of Deloitte LLC, a big four accounting firm based in New York.
Digilant: Margaret Wells, '84, has joined as senior vice president of marketing at the Boston-based digital-marketing company.
Dunnhumby: Soyung Pak, '02, has joined as director, client solutions, in the New York office. The marketing services company is headquartered in Cincinnati.
Ernst & Young LLP: Wes Cornwell, '09, has joined as principal in the Midwest transfer pricing practice in Chicago. One of the big four accounting firms, it is headquartered in London.
Flack Steel Ltd.: David Feldstein, '12, has been named director of risk management. The steel company is based in Cleveland.
Fujitsu Technology Solutions: Maciej Wisniewski, '04 (EXP-9), has been named president, Poland, at the Tokyo-headquartered information technology company.
Hercules Technology Growth Capital Inc.: Derek Jensen, '03, has joined as director. Based in Palo Alto, California, the finance company makes loans to venture capital-backed technology and biotech companies.
Hewitt EnnisKnupp Inc.: John Thompson Jr., MA '97, MBA '02, has joined as partner and head of investment solutions. The investment advisory firm, an Aon PLC company, is based in Chicago.
Hunton and Williams LLP: Ronald Rubin, '85, has joined as partner in the bankruptcy, restructuring, and creditors' rights practice in the Washington office. The law firm has offices around the world.
IBS DataFort: Michal Cupa, '99 (EXP-4), has been named president. The Moscow firm runs a center for outsourcing data in Russia and is a subsidiary of IBS Group, a software development and information technology company serving Central and Eastern Europe. DataFort is being developed as a cloud provider.
Ipsen Inc.: Kenneth Maher, '96, has been named vice president of finance. The biotech company has global headquarters in Paris and US headquarters in Basking Ridge, New Jersey.
Lazard Ltd.: Andrew Alper, AB '80, MBA '81, has been named to the board of directors at the financial advisory and asset management firm. The company has offices around the world, and is listed in Hamilton, Bermuda. Alper is a private investor and former Goldman Sachs executive who had served as president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation and chairman of the New York City Industrial Development Agency.
Li & Fung Ltd.: Edward Lam, '97, has been appointed CFO. The multinational consumer goods company is based in Hong Kong.
Mackenzie Institutional: Susan Small, '89, has joined as senior vice president, global consultant relations. The Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based investment management company focuses on institutions.
Metropolitan Real Estate Equity Management LLC: Beth-Anne Flynn, '89, has been elected partner. Flynn is managing director in the firm's Boston office. The New York- based global firm manages investments in private real estate portfolios for institutions and wealthy individuals.
Mitek Systems Inc.: Bruce Hansen, '85, has been named to the board of directors as an independent director. The mobile imaging software company is based in San Diego. Hansen is founder and former chair and CEO of ID Analytics, a consumer risk management company also based in San Diego.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Jeffrey Binder, '03 (XP-72), has been appointed associate laboratory director for nuclear science and engineering. Run by the US Department of Energy, the laboratory is based in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Pan-American Life Insurance Group: Carlos Roberto Aldana, '04, has been named vice president, corporate development. The insurance and financial services company was founded in New Orleans.
Pepco Holdings Inc.: Kevin McGowan, '91, has moved to vice president, regulatory affairs, from vice president and treasurer. Through its subsidiaries the Washington, DC-based energy company provides electricity and natural gas to Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Washington, DC.
Press Ganey Associates Inc.: Eileen Kamerick, JD '84, MBA '93, has been named CFO. The South Bend, Indiana-based company offers analysis and consulting for health-care organizations.
Rosetta: Jay Lichtenstein, '99, has been promoted to managing partner. He is coleader of the firm's marketing strategy and insights group. The marketing and consulting company is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey. It is an independent brand in the Publicis Groupe of global agencies.
Royal Bank America: Robert Kuehl, '76, has been promoted to the newly created position of chief administrative officer from CFO. The bank is a division of Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania Inc., which is based in Narberth, Pennsylvania.
Situs: Kenneth Segal, '92, has been appointed managing director and head of the bank and loan advisory business. The company advises on commercial real estate loans and has corporate headquarters in Houston.
Tessera Technologies Inc.: Rick Neely, '80, has been named executive vice president and CFO. Based in San Jose, California, the information technology company develops miniaturization technologies and products for next-generation electronic devices.
True Drinks Inc.: Timothy Lane, '77, has been appointed chairman of the company, which recently merged with Bazi International Inc. Based in Irvine, California, True Drinks markets AquaBall, a vitamin-enhanced water for children.
University of Rochester: David Klein, '72, has joined as special advisor to the senior vice president and CEO of the university medical center. He also will serve as a professor in the department of public health sciences. The university is located in western New York.
YMCA of the USA: Kate Coleman, MBA '78, MLA '98, has been promoted to executive vice president, chief strategy/investment officer, from senior vice president, chief strategy and marketing officer, and director of the strategic initiatives fund. The national resource office for YMCA's across the United States is located in Chicago.