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Class News and Notes

Class News and Notes

Class News and Notes

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New Positions:

Sherijo Damico ’82: director of real estate, Habitat for Humanity of San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys Inc.

Ken Quaglio ’91 MBA: CEO, Siteworx, LLC

Dapo Ogumtola ’99 MSA: manager, Daughtery Business Solutions

Daniel Quinn ’01: program director, Fiserv Output Solutions

Mara Silver-Smith ’02: project manager, global marketing planning & development, Coach

Kelly Schuttinger ’07: marketing programs manager-SMB strategic initiatives, PC Connections, Inc.

Madeline Roszko ’10: brand partnership manager, MyHabit at Amazon

David Brian Cook ’08 MBA: manager, EY

Heather Housh ’09 MBA: senior analyst, customer experience, Windstream

Jaclyn Diamond ’10: digital merchant-social & daytime dresses, Macy’s

Warren Reed Baum ’11: founder and CEO, Baum Mobile

Sarah Kozak ’11: buyer, Lord & Taylor

Aakash Patel ’12: director of sales, OM USA, LLC

Will Evans ’13: investment banking analyst-health care, Piper Jaffray

Alumni In the News:

Aman Nanda ’04 MBA, a frequent speaker at Whitman’s full-time MBA orientations and guest-lecturer in our marketing research classes, was recently quoted in the CPGMatters.com retail branding online newsletter regarding his firm’s work with Dannon. Nanda serves as principal, analytics & consulting, at Information Resources, Inc. (IRI). He and Dannon executives discussed the marketing challenge and solution in a presentation at IRI’s annual event in Austin, Texas.

Holmes Osborne III ’98, founder of Osborne Global Investments, Inc., was the subject of an April 15th Wall Street Journal article titled, “Helping an Elderly Client Manage a Retail Property.” The article details Osborne’s efforts to help protect the home of an aging client and make it more valuable for his heirs. He is quoted as saying, “Clients almost always have financial needs beyond their investment portfolio. Stepping outside of your expertise to help meet those needs in a meaningful way is a very rewarding experience.”

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