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Alumni to Know
  • headshot of Colin Coulson

    Colin Coulson-Thomas, ’75, has received the Energy and Environment Foundation’s 2019 Global Excellence Award in Renewable Energy.

  • headshot of Patrick Doyle

    Patrick Doyle, ’88, is partnering with the Carlyle Group to acquire established companies that have the opportunity for value creation and revenue growth.

  • headshot of Kavita Mahtani

    HSBC, a banking and financial services organization in London, has appointed Kavita Mahtani, ’96, as CFO, HSBC North America Holdings Inc.

  • headshot of Kamilah Williams Kemp

    Kamilah Williams-Kemp, ’08 (XP-77), has joined the board of directors at Rogers Behavioral Health based in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

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