Alumni on the Move
24 Ore Group
Massimo Arioli, ’03, has joined as administration, finance and control director. Headquartered in Milan, the multimedia publishing company specializes in business, financial, and professional information.
Aberdeen Asset Management
Melissa Reagen, ’11, has been appointed head of property research, Americas. The financial services firm is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is the wholly owned US subsidiary of Aberdeen Asset Management PLC, a global investment management group.
Andrew Appel, ’91, has been appointed senior vice president, revenue operations. The Chicago firm helps hospitals and other healthcare providers qualify patients for insurance reimbursements.
Alexander & Baldwin, Inc.
Joel Wine, ’97, has joined as senior vice president, CFO, and treasurer. Based in Honolulu, Hawaii, the company runs businesses in the fields of ocean transportation and logistics, real estate, and agribusiness.
Buckingham Asset Management
Tiya Lim, ’04, has been named director of institutional advisory services. The investment firm is based in St. Louis, Missouri.
Todd Simmons, ’95, has been promoted to executive vice president, sales and marketing from vice president of marketing. The aircraft manufacturer is based in Duluth, Minnesota.
Karen Parkhill, ’92, has joined as vice chairman and a member of the management policy committee. The financial services firm is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
John Podczerwinski, ’91, has been appointed president. Based in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the company designs and makes automated products for industrial customers.
Energy Recovery Inc.
Baji Gobburi, ’04, has been appointed director, water product development. The company designs and develops energy recovery devices to reduce energy consumption of desalination and other industrial processes. It is based in San Leandro, California.
The Gold Standard Now
Charles Kadlec, ’74, has been appointed as advisor. Based in New York, TheGoldStandardNow.org is a website providing historical information and breaking news about the classical gold standard. Kadlec is a member of the Economic Advisory Board of the American Principles Project and a writer for Forbes.com.
Huron Consulting Group
C. Mark Hussey, ’90, has been appointed executive vice president, CFO, and treasurer. The consulting firm is based in Chicago.
Bart Becht, ’82, has been named a nonexecutive director on the board. Based in Los Angeles, California, the company designs amphibious sports aircraft. Becht is CEO of Reckitt Benckiser.
Mark Iammartino, ’09 (XP-78), has been promoted to director from associate director. The financial and operational advisory firm is based in Chicago.
NERA Economic Consulting
Scott Bloomberg, ’02, has joined as vice president, energy, environment, and network industries practice. The consulting firm is based in New York.
Private National Mortgage Acceptance Company, LLC (PennyMac)
Jim Follette, ’01, has joined as managing director, correspondent fulfillment. The mortgage loan servicing company is based in Calabasas, California.
Dave Habiger, ’98 (XP-67), has been elected to the board of directors. Based in Los Angeles, California, the company licenses 3-D technologies.
Rockwell Global Capital
David Wong, ’04, has been named senior managing director. The boutique securities firm and investment bank is headquartered in Melville, New York.
Ryder System, Inc.
Dennis Cooke, ’95, has joined as senior vice president and chief of operations, US and Canada, fleet management solutions. Headquartered in Miami, Florida, the commercial transportation company also offers logistic and supply chain management.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Laurence Hinz, ’91, has been named president. He had been serving as interim president. The university is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Seattle-Northwest Securities Corporation
Matthew Banks, ’10, has joined as managing director of taxable trading. Banks previously worked for the company as assistant vice president on the taxable desk in the Portland office from 2003 to 2005. The West Coast broker dealer is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
Stephen Lucado, ’06 (XP-75), has been named to the board of directors. Based in St. Marys, West Virginia, the company explores for and develops oil and gas energy in the Appalachian Basin.
Murray Clay, ’01, has joined as managing director. Based in Hawaii, the social investment firm focuses on renewable resources, local food production, waste reduction, and social transformation.
George Platt, ’75 (XP-35), has been named executive chairman. Platt was the former chairman and CEO. The Plano, Texas, company develops hardware and software for video over broadband, enterprise, and mobile networks.
Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation
Martin McDermut, ’75, has been appointed senior vice president, finance, and CFO. The company designs and develops semiconductors for carrier and enterprise networks. It is headquartered in Camarillo, California.