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NEW POSITIONS AND PROMOTIONS:
Delphine Jones CPA ‘83: Managing Director, Client Services, PEF Services
Patrick Ward ‘84: Treasurer,Humane Society of Schuyler County
Amir Hamzah ‘90: President and CEO, Tenaga Nasional Bhd
Molly Fisher ’08, ’12 MS: Chief of Staff to the CFO, Dig Inn
Panio Zhivkov ’16: Credit Analyst, Eastern Funding
IN THE MEDIA:
“For Wendy Berger ’88, heading JFU’s 2019 Annual Campaign a mission of compassion, purpose and meaning.” Chicago Jewish News, March 22, 2019
American Feed Industry Association President and CEO Joel G. Newman ’89 MBA, who announced that he will be retiring from the association effective December 2019, was featured on World-Grain.com. Q&A with AFIA’s Joel Newman
David Tobin ’91 (A&S), a member of the Whitman School of Management Real Estate Advisory Board, was featured on Bisnow.com. Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Mission Capital Advisors Co-Founder David Tobin
AWARDS AND ACOLADES:
Kevin Parks ’09 was named the 2018 Dictum Meum Pactum award recipient by the Security Traders Association. “Over the course of his decade in the financial services industry, Kevin’s tremendous advocacy for children impacted by tragedy has exemplified the ideals the DMP award seeks to recognize.” Read more.
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS:
Jody Maier Piazza ’92 married Michael Piazza on March 30, 2019, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Young Whitman Advisory Council member Andrew Dreisiger ’06, along with his wife, Shari, and son, Max, welcomed baby Penelope Fay to their family on January 4, 2019.
KEEPING IN TOUCH:
Kenneth Sosne ’80 retired from the federal government after 28 years of service. He and his wife, whom he met at Syracuse University in 1979, are enjoying their days in Southern Delaware, volunteering with non-profits including food banks and women’s shelters.