Category: Business

school of business alumni included in note

Theresa Mayer-Benfer ’83 (BUS)

Theresa Mayer-Benfer ’83 (BUS) recently opened a craft brewery, Raritan Bay Brewing, in Keansburg, NJ with her three sons.

Matthew Greene ’89 (BUS)

Matthew E. Greene, CLU, ChFC, CFP has been honored as one of the top financial advisors in the country by Northwestern Mutual.  This is the fifth time that he has received this honor.

Andrew Caponegro ’17 (BUS)

Andrew Caponegro ’17 (BUS) recently passed all 4 sections of the CPA exams and is employed at KPMG in Hartford, Conn. as a Tax Associate.

Mark Boxer ’87 MBA

Mark Boxer ’87 MBA was awarded a Doctorate in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Boxer’s dissertation was titled “Improving Underserved Population Health: Attitudes on Medicaid Financial Incentives for Medication Adherence in Asthmatic Children.” This is Dr. Boxer’s second doctorate in a health related field. Dr. Boxer also holds a doctorate in global public health from Arizona’s School of Health Sciences. Mark Boxer is Executive Vice President and Global CIO at Cigna and serves on the UConn Board of Trustees.

Scott Baker ’87 MBA

Scott Baker ’87 MBA will be participating in a cross-country bicycle ride to raise money for The Fuller Center for Housing.

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.

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.

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.