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Andrew Rudin ’79 (M.S. in MIT ’05) is Chair, Founder's
Council, of SalesEdgeOne, a new global sales community focused on
innovation, issues, and emerging opportunities in sales, marketing,
and business development. Andrew is a regular contributor to
customer relationship management Web site
CustomerThink, where he
serves on the editorial advisory board.
Colleen Hannon ’89 was recently promoted to Senior Vice President of Human Resources and U.S. HR Focal Point for Finmeccanica North America, an Italian-owned aerospace and defense company with more than 13,000 employees in the United States and headquartered in Washington, D.C. Ms. Hannon also serves as Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Alenia North America, a Finmeccanica Group Company. Ms. Hannon joined Alenia North America in 2006 as Director of Human Resources and was promoted to Vice President, Human Resources in November 2007. Before joining Alenia North America, Ms. Hannon was employed by EADS North America. Ms. Hannon resides in Connecticut and Washington, D.C.
Maggie Nguyen ’92 operates Maggie’s Meals, a New York City catering company specializing in Vietnamese and Western cuisine. Maggie also rode her bicycle over 4,300 miles across America in 2006.
James M. Dolnier ’97 and his wife, Gretchen, are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Daphne Grace, born Jan. 19, 2009.
Tien-tsin Huang ’97 was named to the Institutional Investor 2009 All-America Research Team, ranking second in his category. Huang is a Senior Equity Research Analyst at J.P. Morgan, covering the computer services and IT consulting industry.
Charles Henry (M.S. in MIT ’03), Vice President – Verizon
Information Technology, received a
career achievement award at the 24th Annual Black Engineer of the
Year Awards Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Global
Competitiveness Conference in Baltimore. Henry was recognized
Feb. 20, 2010, for his career accomplishments at Verizon and for
mentoring employees and at-risk youth. As a Verizon information
technology leader, Henry recently directed a cross-functional team
of engineers to replace field technicians’ laptops with smart
phones, an initiative that improved customer service, lightened
technicians’ tool loads, and reduced environmental waste. Henry
concurrently headed an engineering team that designed software
automation tools to improve customer service and business efficiency
through a consumer-friendly voice portal and Web systems that
enhance customer records and streamline workflow processes. Henry
also supports Verizon’s Diversity Leadership Institute, a program
that sponsors employees identified as leadership candidates. In
addition, he mentors several employees each year and serves as an
executive presenter at annual leadership events for the Consortium
of Information and Technology Executives, a Verizon employee
David Meredith (M.S. in MIT ’03), CEO of Music Intelligence Solutions Inc. (www.uPlaya.com) and Vice Chair of McIntire’s M.S. in MIT Advisory Board, is a blogger for The Huffington Post. His first column is titled “Susan Boyle's 'Dream' Provides a Wake up Call to the Music Industry.” In addition, a new book titled Everything You Need to Start Your Own Digital Record Label praises in one of its chapters uPlaya.com’s ability to predict the hit potential of songs.
Jeremy Tatge ’06 is a Customer Service Representative in the Boston office of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., in its Global Custody business group, and has co-authored a book titled American Factoring Law.
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