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Alumni to Know
  • Helmuth Ludwig

    Helmuth Ludwig, ’90, was appointed CIO at German engineering company Siemens AG, thus assuming responsibility for global IT at the company. He was previously chief digital officer of the product lifecycle management business unit at Siemens' digital factory division.


  • Debra Crew

    Tobacco company Reynolds American announced Debra Crew, ’00, as its next CEO. She currently serves as chief operating officer and president of the company’s largest subsidiary, R.J. Reynolds. She will replace current president and CEO Susan Cameron and join the board.


  • Katherine Howitt

    Katherine Howitt, ’96, was recently included in CNBC's Citywire ranking of the top 20 female portfolio managers in the world, based on her management of the Fidelity Australian Opportunities Fund, based in Sydney. She also recently won Lonsec's Rising Star award for Australian equities.


  • William Conway

    Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group announced that it raised $3.6 billion for Carlyle Global Partners, the firm’s first long-dated private equity fund. “The fund is off to a strong start and we see increasing opportunities for CGP’s long-term capital,” said William Conway, ’74, Carlyle’s Co-CEO and chief information officer.


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