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Sunday, January 08, 2006

Alumni Newsmakers: January 8, 2006

Nina Mitchell Wells (Newton College '73) was nominated by Governor-elect Jon S. Corzine to serve as Secretary of State of New Jersey.

Terri M. Santisi '76 has been appointed Chief Financial Officer of The Interpublic Group. During her 20-year career, Ms. Santisi served as EVP and General Manager of EMI Music North America and CFO of EMI Music Publishing Worldwide. Most recently she led the media and entertainment practice of KPMG. Ms. Santisi was recognized as one of the "Fifty Most Powerful Women in the Entertainment Industry" by The Hollywood Reporter and was a recipient of the Leadership in Action Award by the Women's Action Alliance.

Lexar Media, Inc., a world leader in advanced digital media technologies, has named Mark Adams '87 as Chief Operating Officer.

Virginia M. Helm (MA '69), provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Wisconsin, has been named as a finalist for the position of President of SUNY Potsdam.

Genevieve Thiers '00 and the company that she started, Sittercity (www.sittercity.com), are featured in The Boston Globe. Thiers' brainchild allows babysitters and parents meet each other on the internet; using an electronic database, babysitters register and parents browse the listings until they find a sitter they'd like to try. Four years after its humble beginning in Boston, business is booming for Sittercity, with over 100,000 sitters registered across the nation.
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