Florida State University named Jennifer Broomfield (’91) its Title IX director.
This past summer, Abraham Eisenstat (’91) was elected to the board of directors of Cedar Realty Trust, Inc. Eisenstat is a co-founder of Dabroes Management LP, a European long/short equity fund.
Eyal Leibovitz (’91) was appointed CFO of Micronet Enertec Technologies, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of tablet and computer-based systems for fleet management and the aerospace markets.
In May, FPL Associates named Anthony Saitta (’91) senior managing director. He previously served as co-head of FTI Consulting’s executive compensation practice.
Blake D. Michaels (MBA ’92) was appointed VP of sales at VisionCare, a company focused on developing and manufacturing implantable ophthalmic devices.
TracxInc.—a social-business management platform—appointed Bennett Theimann (MBA ’92) its CFO.
Lara Abrash (MBA ’94) became a trustee of the Baruch College Fund in April; she is chief operating officer at Deloitte & Touche LLP.
Emmanuel Clarke (MBA ’94) was appointed president of PartnerRe Ltd. He has worked for the company in a variety of capacities since 1997.
In July Andrew Simmonds (EMBA ’94) began a two-year Peace Corps assignment in Cambodia to improve local healthcare systems and help meet community development needs. Simmonds, who previously worked as a physical therapist, has previously participated in humanitarian efforts in Haiti and South Sudan.
Crain’s New York Business named the Hon. Melissa Mark-Viverito (MPA ’95) one of the 50 most powerful women of 2015. The City Council speaker ranked #12 on the list, which also included Alicia Glen, Tory Burch, and Anna Wintour.
Goldman Sachs added Tony Kelly (’96) as a managing director. Kelly previously spent 15 years working in the iShares ETF business at Barclays and BlackRock, where he oversaw the development of more than 100 funds.
Haxhire Redzovic (’96) is a senior instructor at Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) in Brooklyn, N.Y. OBT’s mission is to help disadvantaged youth and adults recognize their own self-worth and advance toward self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement, and additional support services.
Paul M. Murphy (MBA ’97) became a partner at Kurt Salmon, a global management consulting firm.
Aviation Technical Services—one of the nation’s largest repair, maintenance, and overhaul organizations—named Brian K. Hirshman (MBA ’98) its president.
Last summer Dorothy Lewandowski (’98), Queens Borough parks commissioner, was profiled by the Queens Gazette and discussed a variety of topics, including the borough parks’ waterways, plants, free programming, and future challenges.
Since 2011 Oscar Onyema (MBA ’98) has served as CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. He has overseen a period of increased investor confidence, with market capitalization up by 140 percent since 2009.
In April Ilan Daskal (EMS ’99) became the executive VP and CFO of Cepheid, a molecular diagnostics company. He was also appointed chair of the audit committee at Ixia, a leading provider of application performance and security resilience solutions.
Stephan Mignot (MBA ’99) was appointed VP for North America of Tinubu Square, a leader in credit risk software solutions for trade credit insurers and businesses.