Jason Bain (M.S. in Accounting ’08) was recently promoted to Partner at EY’s Sydney, Australia, offices. He works in assurance and advisory services for financial services institutions at EY, specializing in insurance companies, assisting both life and non-life companies.
Rachel Perini ’03 and her husband, Dale Perini, are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Lillian (Lily) Violetta, born Sept. 21, 2019. Ms. Perini is Executive Director of Institutional Client Coverage at UBS Asset Management in London.
Rhonda Fischer '99, daughter of NAACP President Albert Pelham and COO at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, will deliver the keynote address at the 2019 Thurgood Marshall Dinner. Before her role at the Tepper School, Fischer, who earned a B.S. in Commerce (Finance and Marketing) at McIntire and an M.B.A. at Emory University's Goizueta School of Business, served as COO of the East Lake Foundation, a community revitalization organization in Atlanta.
Brian Mitchell '18 is Founder and CEO of Bullseye Admissions, which connects high school students with admissions strategists and personalized technology to turbocharge their college applications. His sister Arin Mitchell Peter (McIntire '13) is an Advisor for the startup.
Garrett Prisinzano (M.S. in Commerce ’18) and his wife, Clarissa, welcomed their son, Anthony Mario, born Sept. 6, 2019. Mr. Prisinzano is a Real Estate Analyst at Dollar Tree Stores in the Virginia Beach, VA, area.
Geoffrey Stockwell '00 and his wife, Valerie, are pleased to announce the birth their daughter, Sage Frances, born Aug. 11, 2019. The family lives in Singapore, where Mr. Stockwell is Managing Director at Blackstone.
Serim Kakkos '04 has been promoted to Partner at EY in Tysons, VA.
Dominique Genest ’06 was one of six writers selected from over 1,000 submissions for the 2019 Feature Residency program and Annual Feature Lab offered by The Black List and Women In Film, Los Angeles. The collaboration between the organizations provides mentorship and career opportunities to six rising women screenwriters over the course of a year. Genest is an L.A.-based writer and producer who has worked in independent film, television, and branded content.
Christopher J. Nassetta '84, Hilton President and CEO, has been named 2020 Hospitality Executive of the Year by the Penn State School of Hospitality Management and the Penn State Hotel & Restaurant Society. Nassetta, who joined Hilton in 2007, is being recognized for his strategic leadership of the company that, across its nearly 5,900 properties, accounts for more than 939,000 rooms in 114 countries and territories.
Brendan Casey ’19 was selected to USA Swimming’s 2019-2020 National Team.