Category: 2000s

note includes graduate from the 2000s

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.

Matthew Curtin ’03 (CLAS)

Matthew Curtin ’03 (CLAS) is excited to announce he has been promoted to shareholder at Littler, an employment and labor law practice that represents management. Curtin litigates a breadth of employment matters, including unfair competition and trade secrets, discrimination and harassment, and labor management relations.

Joey Lee Miranda ’00 MBA

Joey Lee Miranda ’00 MBA is excited to announce her appointment to the New England Women in Energy & the Environment (NEWIEE) Board of Directors. New England Women in Energy & the Environment (NEWIEE) is a non-profit organization that aims to harness the passion, intelligence, and leadership experience of women to promote and encourage public interest in the energy and environmental sectors.

Dana Balter ’03 MPA

Dana Balter ’03 MPA is excited to announce she is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in New York’s 24th Congressional District.

Michael Nichols ’05 (CLAS), ’08 JD

Michael Nichols ’05 (CLAS), ’08 JD has been named the Executive Director of the Esplanade Association. The Esplanade Association is a private nonprofit dedicated to revitalizing and enhancing the Charles River Esplanade in Boston, Mass. Previously, Michael served as Chief of Staff at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy in Boston, Mass.

Dorothy Carlone ’01 MBA

Dorothy Carlone ’01 MBA received the Small Business Award from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development on Aug 23,2017 at the Women’s Day Luncheon at the Connecticut Open from Commissioner Catherine H. Smith and Mayor Toni N. Harp. This award was for Excellence in Precision Manufacturing. Dorothy is Vice President of General Machine Company in Southington, Conn.

Justin Theriault ’07 (CLAS), ’10 JD

Justin Theriault ’07 (CLAS), ’10 JD has been selected as a recipient of the “2017 New Leaders in the Law” award by The Connecticut Law Tribune. The winners have been chosen by outside nominations and internal review. The 2017 winners hail from law firms throughout the state of Connecticut. Mr. Theriault has been selected as a winner in the Employment Law category.

Heidi (Forrest) Henaire ’02 MSW and Kristopher Henaire ’03 (CLAS), ’16 MBA

Heidi (Forrest) Henaire ’02 MSW and Kristopher Henaire ’03 (CLAS), ’16 MBA announce the birth of their daughter, Ella Grace. She joins two year old brother Colton. Heidi works for the State of Connecticut as an Education Consultant and Coordinator for Deaf Services and Kris is Director of College Counseling at Chase Collegiate School in Waterbury.

Renee (Christopher) Deemy ’04 (CLAS) and Gregory Deemy ’04 (CLAS)

Renee (Christopher) Deemy ’04 (CLAS) and Gregory Deemy ’04 (CLAS) are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Riley Kate, on January 30, 2017. Riley joins her big brother, Tyler, as a big fan of Husky basketball. Mom & dad hope they will both become future Husky’s!

Phillip Champagne ’06 (CAHNR) and Krystal (Hawks) Champagne ’06 (CLAS)

Phillip Champagne ’06 (CAHNR) and Krystal (Hawks) Champagne ’06 (CLAS) welcomed their first child on July 22, 2017. Julian Phillippe Champagne weighed 7 lbs, 12 oz and measured 19 3/4″ long. The family resides in North Branford, Conn.