William McEnroe (EMS ’00) was named to Irish America’s 29th annual Business 100, which recognizes successful Irish Americans in corporate America. McEnroe is managing partner and founder of FTS, the only tax firm exclusively dedicated to the alternative investment industry. Prior to founding FTS, he was a founding partner of VVTAS, a national tax advisory firm formerly part of HSBC. McEnroe is a member of the Forbes 400 Advisory Council.
In March Manu Gupta (MBA ’01) was named VP of solutions delivery at Skava, a leading provider of next-generation multichannel e-commerce solutions for retailers. Previously he was the director of IT e-commerce and mobile at Belk.
Luis Rivera (’01, MBA ’06) was named to Crain’s “40 Under 40” for 2015. Crain’s dubs honorees “the most talented, driven and dynamic professionals under the age of 40 who are working in New York City today.”
Marco Cardazzi (’02) was named VP of marketing for ADI North America, responsible for driving all marketing strategies across the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. ADI is North America’s leading wholesale distributor of security and low-voltage products and has more than 200 locations worldwide.
Renisa Satrijo (MBA ’03) is the founder of northern California–based Sugar Mama Desserts, which offers small-batch, premium American ice cream featuring exotic Asian fruits and flavors inspired by her Indonesian heritage. Read more.
Eileen AJ Connelly (MA ’04) is the deputy managing editor of The Real Deal, which covers news on the real estate market in New York City and beyond. She is also an adjunct professor of journalism at Baruch.
Shara Corn-Nadler (MPA ’04) is the CEO and founder of iPiggiBank.com, an e-allowance site that introduces children to the basics of money management using a reward-based system that emphasizes motivation and responsibility.
Herbert Dyer (EMPA ’04), VP and COO of University Medical Center Brackenridge in Austin, Tex., part of the Seton Healthcare Family, was tapped for a new senior leadership role focused on “ease of access” into Seton hospitals. Dyer joined Seton in 2006 and has headed up operations at UMC Brackenridge since 2013.
Health care executive Martin Shkreli (’05) donated $1 million to his alma mater Hunter College High School (HCHS) in March. The gift is among the biggest ever made to a NYC public school and the largest in HCHS’s 101-year history. Earlier this year, Shkreli launched Turing Pharmaceuticals, a life sciences company.
Last winter the College of New Rochelle appointed Tiffani Blake (MS ’05) dean of students. Most recently, Blake served as the college’s special assistant to the president for mission and board relations.
Warren E. Haynes (MSEd ’05) is the dean of workforce and economic development at Halifax Community College in North Carolina. Haynes has over 20 years of multifaceted experience in higher education, government, and nonprofit management.
Joseph Jankowski (’05, MPA ’14) was named executive director of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, an organization dedicated to promoting and celebrating Long Island’s musical heritage. Prior to this, Jankowksi worked at the March of Dimes and Roundabout Theatre Company.
Maureen McAndrew (MSEd ’05), Clinical Professor of Cariology and Comprehensive Care and Senior Director of Professional Development at the New York University College of Dentistry, New York, N.Y., was awarded the 2014 American Dental Association (ADA) Golden Apple Award for Inspiring Careers in Dental Education. She is the creator and director of the college’s Excellence in Clinical Teaching and Class ACTS (Advanced Clinical Teaching Scholars) programs. Read more.
Lara R. Raifman (MBA ’08) is now working as a licensed salesperson at Homes by Mara Realty. New to the real estate sector, Raifman spent several years working in finance before taking a sabbatical in 2010 to raise her family.
Last fall Heather Schultz (’08) journeyed to her homeland of Seoul, South Korea. Her three-week trip represented the beginning stages of a book she plans to write about her experiences in two cultures.
Rona Aharonson (MBA ’09) is the CEO of Safe Drive Systems, a leading developer and distributor of advanced, active auto safety technologies based in New York, N.Y.
Salvatore P. Inzerillo (’09) is an account executive at delivery.com and is the co-founder of Salvo’s Pizzabar in Manhattan.
Evelisse Luciano (’09) joined Baruch’s Office of Communications, Marketing & Public Affairs as a freelance communications/social media writer with its public relations team. Previously she served as the coordinating manager for communications at Elmhurst Hospital Center and wrote for Urban Latino Magazine.
Gabriel Schonzeit (’09) is president and owner of New York City-based IDSecurityOnline.com, a leading provider of ID card printers and photo ID systems to schools, universities, hospitals, event facilities, and Fortune 500 companies.
Joshua Weinreich (MBA ’09) is VP for international distribution at the Weinstein Company, a multimedia production and distribution company launched by the founders of Miramax Films. Weinrich’s previous employers include A+E Networks, A&E Television Network, and Miramax Films.
Stephen Wong (’09) and Marc Persaud (MBA ’13) were the panelists for the Zicklin Investment Club’s first official event of the 2014-15 academic year. Both alumni are market surveillance analysts for the CME Group, Inc., an American futures company and one of the largest options and futures exchanges worldwide.