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JNEWS: Rogers, Jean [MC1984] Chair of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board



Founder and Former CEO, SASB
Chair of the SASB Standards Board

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Dr. Jean Rogers is the Chair of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB). She is also its Founder, and for 6 years, she served as Chief Executive Officer of the SASB. Founded in 2011 as a 501(c)3, the SASB is dedicated to enhancing the efficiency of the U.S. capital markets by fostering high quality disclosure of material sustainability information that meets investor needs and enhances public trust in companies.

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Jean was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University and holds a PhD in Environmental Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and an ME in Environmental Engineering and a BE in Civil Engineering, both from Manhattan College. A former practicing environmental engineer, Jean is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of Illinois and California. 

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Rogers, Jean [MC????]

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Dear John,

            I believe that Jean is a member of the Class of 1984.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Rogers, Jean [MC1984]

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COMMENT: Lodato, Ray (MC1984) remembers Lynch, Bill [MC1984 RIP]



Lodato, Ray (MC1984)
URL http://raylodato.wordpress.com
In Response To JOBIT: Lynch, Bill [MC1984 RIP] on 2016-Jul-17 by Jeris, Joanne [MC1985]
Submitted on 2016/08/29 at 10:03 pm

Very sad to hear this. Bill and I had many a rousing discussion of politics, religion, and life during our 4 years together, but I’d like to think we had a great deal of respect for one another and no small amount of affection. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon him.

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JNEWS: Cudia, Dorothy [MC1984] VP Middleby Automated Solutions



Business updated: 8/18/2016 11:29 AM
Dorothy Cudia named vice president of Middleby Automation Solutions
Daily Herald Report

Dorothy Cudia has been named vice president of Middleby Automated Solutions, leading the effort to bring transformational innovative equipment into the foodservice industry.

Her areas of focus include robotics, 3D printing and autonomous systems.

“The deep technical and engineering background in foodservice Dorothy brings to Middleby is a tremendous asset. She is leading our automation and robotics solutions team, an initiative that will enable foodservice operators to reduce labor and food costs, increase service speed and improve food quality,” said David Brewer, COO of Middleby Commercial Foodservice.

Cudia said, “I am proud to be joining Middleby in this newly created role to bring emerging technology into foodservice. Much of my job will be bringing solutions that exist in other industries and making it commercially viable in food service. A great example is the robot that we debuted in our booth at the National Restaurant Show. The lines were five deep to see a robot simulating making French fries. We all know robots can do a lot more but in our industry the headwinds around cost, service, limited footprint and variety of tasks have made it difficult to deliver commercially viable solutions. The interest and desire from our customers is fantastic and Middleby will provide a variety of options to automate their kitchens.”

Cudia brings more than 25 years of domestic and global experience to her new position. She has held several senior level positions with Nabisco Brands in automation and process control, McDonald’s Corp. in engineering and capital equipment and most recently at Darden leading a variety of innovation efforts across supply chain for food, energy and capital equipment.

Cudia is a graduate of Manhattan College with a B.E. Degree in Mechanical Engineering. She is a member of Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma. She has attended continuing education at the University of N. Florida for study in Supply Chain Management and Data Interchange.

She is an active coach and weekly volunteer with Special Olympics and a key sponsor for BASCA’s New Campus, to provide residential services for special needs individuals. Cudia resides in Celebration, Florida with her husband and two daughters.

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Cudia, Dorothy [MC????]

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Dear John,

            I believe that Dorothy is a member of the Class of 1984.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Cudia, Dorothy [MC1984]

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COMMENT: Lodato, Ray (MC1984) thinks that the D’s will end the death penalty


Ray Lodato commented on ENDNOTE: Can a Catholic vote for Clinton-Kaine?

Dear CV Friend, One of the most arresting lines in the Gospel is the …

The Democratic platform calls for the end of the death penalty, as do the U.S. Catholic bishops and the Pope. If you looked at both party’s platforms and matched them with Catholic social teaching, you would come to a different conclusion than you do here.

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Lodato, Ray (MC1984)  

[JR: So during the 35 years that D’s held the House, Senate, and the White House https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_power_in_the_United_States_over_time, the death penalty was completely repealed. And what about that abortion issue?]  

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JNEWS: Pedulla, Tom [MC1984] lead writer for America’s Best Racing



American Pharoah: Crown Jewel of a CareerLegends
June 5th, 2016 by Tom Pedulla 

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I am sprinting toward 60, an age that leads me to reflect on all that I was fortunate to see during a sports-writing career that has hit 38 years and to wonder how many stories I might still have the privilege to tell.
I have written for two national newspapers, The New York Times and USA TODAY, as well as other major outlets, allowing me to cover every Triple Crown race and every Breeders’ Cup since 1997. In addition, I worked every Super Bowl from 1996 through 2012, every World Series from 1985-1994, five Winter Olympics and one Summer Games at magical Sydney, Australia.

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I was an ambitious communications major at Manhattan College in Bronx, N.Y., when Affirmed valiantly fought off Alydar three times in five weeks in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes in 1978. One of my dreams was to chronicle the deeds of Affirmed’s successor.

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Tom Pedulla

PICTURE 2016 06Jun 06 Pedulla

Tom Pedulla has been the lead writer for America’s Best Racing since its inception. He has  covered every Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup race since 1997. He wrote the critically-acclaimed autobiography of Hall of Fame jockey Jerry Bailey, “Against the Odds: Riding for My Life,” published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons in 2005.  He has written for The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Associated Press and the Boston Herald, among other publications, during a career that began in 1976 as a messenger for a weekly newspaper in the Bronx, N.Y.

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Pedulla, Tom [MC????]

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Dear John,

            I believe that Tom is a member of the Class of 1984.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Pedulla, Tom [MC1984]

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JLINKEDIN: Sousa, Marcia Agostinho [MC1984] Residential Realtor at Weichert



Sousa, Marcia Agostinho [MC1984] 
Residential Realtor at Weichert, Realtors
Roxbury, Connecticut
Real Estate

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JNEWS: Jones, Nancy Harrington [MC1984] Chief Culture and Conduct Officer Societe Generale



Societe Generale Appoints Harrington Jones Chief Culture and Conduct Officer for the Americas

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Societe Generale has named Nancy Harrington Jones Chief Culture & Conduct Officer for the Americas, effective May 3, 2016. In this newly created position, Ms. Harrington Jones will lead the management and drive the implementation of the Bank’s regional Culture & Conduct program, reporting directly to Societe Generale’s CEO for the Americas, Slawomir Krupa.

Ms. Harrington Jones was previously Chief Human Resources Officer for the Americas, a position she held since 2007.

“The primary objective of our culture and conduct program – which is central to our Bank’s ambitions – is to secure a safe, sound and profitable business that will inspire long-lasting, confident relationships with our clients, peers and employees,” said Mr. Krupa. “Nancy, with her substantial expertise, knowledge of the organization and its businesses, is the ideal person to lead the effort to promote and enforce the behaviors that embody our company’s values.”  

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Nancy Harrington Jones is a Managing Director and the Chief Culture and Conduct Officer for the Americas. Previously, she was Head of Human Resources for SG Americas. She also serves as a member of the U.S. Executive Committee.

Ms. Harrington Jones was the Chief Human Resources Officer for the Americas beginning in 2007, and prior to that was the Global Director of Human Resources for Information Technology based in Paris. She spent several years in the Information Technology Division in various management positions, in addition to working for the CFO and managing the Internal Technology Audit Team. She holds a degree from Manhattan College with a major in Computer Information Systems and a minor in Accounting. 

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Jones, Nancy Harrington [MC????]

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Dear John,

            I believe that Nancy is a member of the Class of 1984.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Jones, Nancy Harrington [MC1984]

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