UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics
UNH Business School Salutes Executive MBA '02 Graduates
By Janet Lathrop
UNH News Bureau
April 9, 2002
DURHAM, N.H. -- The University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics will hold its annual hooding ceremony to honor Executive MBA graduates Saturday, April 20, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 510 Dimond Library on campus.
The featured speaker will be Terrance Tracy, managing director of municipal retail sales and marketing at Salomon Smith Barney. Tracy, who earned an undergraduate economics degree at the Whittemore School in 1980, began his career at the municipal desk at E.F. Hutton and went on to hold management positions at Municipal Syndicate Marketing, Shearson Lehman and Lehman Brothers. He is now managing director of national municipal retail sales and marketing at Salomon Smith Barney, where his group assists retail clients with their tax-exempt needs and pre-markets new issue municipal bonds to clients and prospects. Tracy's group includes 52 sales and marketing professionals located on eight desks, including New York.
Also scheduled to address the executive MBA graduates is George Abraham, director of the Whittemore School's graduate and executive programs. Two Executive MBA Class of 2002 members, Andrew Richard of Stratham, who holds a marketing degree from Boston College, and Andrew Molloy of Falmouth, Maine, with an undergraduate journalism degree from The George Washington University as well as a bachelor of science degree in physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will also speak briefly at the hooding ceremony.
Graduates will be hooded by Whittemore School Dean Steve Bolander and David Hiley, UNH provost and vice president for academic affairs. In addition to Molloy and Richard, graduates of the UNH 2002 Executive MBA program are Douglas R. Beaton, Exeter; Andrew H. Churchill, New Hampton; Joseph W. Ciol, Keene; Julia M. Coan, Scarborough, Maine; Audrey K. Foss, Berwick, Maine; Todd K. Groman, Bedford; Gregory J. Hill, Chelmsford, Mass.; Shelley F. Mitchell, Durham; Andrew P. Molloy, Falmouth, Maine; Abe Neudorf, Rochester; James E. Paul, Portland, Maine; Andrew Richard, Stratham; Matthew Robinson, Charlton, Mass.; Will H. Sasser, Merrimack; Christine C. Tate, Newcastle, Maine; Charles Robert Thomas, Falmouth, Maine; Michael McCabe Whittier, North Hampton; and Thomas R. Wilmot, Concord.
For more information about the ceremony, contact Rachel Hopkins, 603-862-1367, e-mail: email@example.com. More information is also available at www.mba.unh.edu/emba1.html.