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Engel has been an active member of the Penn Law community since graduation. She served as Co-Chair of her class’ 20th Reunion last year, and also chaired her 15th Class Reunion. She is also active in various securities industry trade associations and bar committees and formerly served as a member of the Federal Regulation Committee of the Securities Industry Association and as a Director of the Futures Industry Association.

Antonio Magliocco L'77

ANTONIO MAGLIOCCO L’77 serves as Vice Chairman of Quaker Equities, Ltd., a holding company owned by the Magliocco family. Quaker owns wine and liquor distribution companies in New York State and Connecticut, a wine and liquor import company, and a micro-brew, New Amsterdam.

Magliocco and his wife Carla Solomon serve on the Yale Development Board and the board of the New York Psychoanalytic Foundation. His wife is also a member of the NYU Medical Center and the School for Strings boards.

Magliocco completed his undergraduate studies at Yale University. He lives with his wife Carla, who is a psychoanalyst, in Manhattan with their three children.

Antonio Magliocco L'77

JAMES E. NEVELS WG’78, L’78 is both a successful businessman and community leader. He is Chairman of The Swarthmore Group, Inc., an independent investment and financial advisory firm managing over $1.7 billion in assets and one of the largest minority-owned firms in the United States. Before starting The Swarthmore Group, Nevels was an investment banker for some of the most respected financial institutions in the country including, Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co., and Prudential Bache Securities. He also practiced law as counsel in bond transactions at Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll.

 

 
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