Category: 1990s

note includes graduate from the 1990s

Courtney Clay ’98 (ENG)

Courtney Clay ’98 (ENG) is working in Paris, France with her company, Seppic. She moved with her 2 children to work as a Product Manager of natural skin care polymers for the cosmetic industry. She continues her career in the personal care industry.

Gary F Borla ’97 MPH

Gary F Borla ’97 MPH recently retired after a 35 year career at Eversource Energy/Northeast Utilities. Gary was twice chosen as Eversource’s Volunteer of the Year for his service with High Hopes Therapeutic Riding, the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, the American Lung Association, the American Heart Association, the Tanglewood Music Canter and as a guide for visually impaired runners in the New York City Marathon. Since his retirement Gary has returned to his roots and joined his family’s energy business and traveled to Italy and soon Ireland. He is looking forward to coming back to campus for the 2018 Homecoming weekend.

Dominick Cristofaro ’93 (BUS)

Dominick Cristofaro ’93 (BUS) was recently promoted to Director of Finance Services for the District School Board of Pasco County, Fla. He began with the District 4 years ago as a Senior Finance Manager of Treasury.

Curt Balzano Leng ’97 (CLAS)

Curt Balzano Leng ’97 (CLAS) was re-elected as Mayor of the Town of Hamden, Conn. in November, 2017 and was elected to serve a 2nd term as a Board Member of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.

Joseph Azary ’91 (CLAS)

Joseph Azary ’91 (CLAS) has been promoted to Vice President, Quality & Regulatory at Z-Medica, LLC. His career includes working for companies such as Johnson & Johnson, US Surgical, and Fujifilm Medical as well as owning Azary Technologies, which was sold in 2008. He lives in Shelton, Conn. with his wife and two sons.

Eric Stockman ’90 (CLAS), ’94 JD

Eric Stockman ’90 (CLAS), ’94 JD recently founded the law firm of Stockman O’Connor PLLC. Eric has been named to Connecticut Magazine’s Superlawyer’s Edition consecutively from 2007 to 2017. Stockman O’Connor has 5 attorneys and offices in Southbury and Bridgeport, Conn.

Cathy Cocks ’93 MA and Pam Malyk ’01 (CLAS), ’03 MA

Cathy Cocks ’93 MA, UConn Director of Community Standards is the Association for Student Conduct Administration’s (ASCA) 2018-19 President and Pam Malyk ’01 (CLAS), ’03 MA, University of Florida’s Assistant Dean/Director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, is the 2018 Conference Chair for ASCA’s Annual Conference which will have over 900 attendees. ASCA is the leading voice for student conduct administration within higher education. ASCA also attracts members who work in higher education prevention education and Title IX administrators in the United States. Founded in 1987 ASCA has almost 3,000 members at over 1,000 institutions.

Simone Morris ’98 MBA

Simone Morris ’98 MBA has recently published her first book Achievement Unlocked: Strategies to Set Goals and Manifest Them. The book was released in December 2017 and is available for sale on Amazon. Ms. Morris is currently the CEO of her own company Simone Morris Enterprises LLC and has recently been certified as a minority and woman business enterprise. She is excited about these credentials as they open up additional business opportunities with the federal government for her company.

Fred Kuo ’90 (CLAS)

Fred Kuo ’90 (CLAS) was appointed senior associate director of the annual fund at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Conn.

Kelley (Leahy) Hill ’80 (CAHNR) ’94 MS

Kelley (Leahy) Hill ’80 (CAHNR) ’94 MS is the Head of Global Medical Writing at Alexion Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients with rare and ultra-rare disorders. Her early career included 17 years as the Manager of Biology Lab Services at UConn Storrs. After completion of an MS in Pharm/Tox, she shifted career focus to bench research and drug development project management in several biotech and pharma companies that has matured to her current role, leading clinical writing efforts to support drug development from first-in-human to life cycle management of marketed products. She is an active member of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, and also supports the Open Door food bank that serves Cape Ann (Massachusetts) communities.