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FEATURED BRIEFS
1980s
 

ROBERT A. MARCHMAN L’83 has been promoted to executive vice president of Market Surveillance at the New York Stock Exchange. He monitors trading in NYSE-listed companies for compliance with NYSE rules and U.S. securities laws. Marchman chairs the NYSE’s Diversity Council.

HARRIET DICHTER L’84, a former director of Children’s Policy for Philadelphia, will lead the state Department of Public Welfare’s new Office of Child Development and co-direct the Office of Policy in the Department of Education. Previously, Dichter served as a consultant to the Department of Education and directed the state’s BUILD program for young children.

VICTOR H. BOYAJIAN L’85 has been appointed chair of Venture Capital/Emerging Growth Company Group. 8019s Boyajian will represent emerging growth and Fortune 500 companies. He serves on the Council of Economic Advisors for the State of New Jersey.

THOMAS P. PINANSKY L’85 has recently joined Preti Flaherty as of counsel to its International Law group. Preti Flaherty is one of New England’s largest international business law firms. Pinansky will continue to serve as senior foreign attorney at Kim, Shing & Yu in Seoul, Korea.

 
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