Alumni Association elects new officers, board members
July 25, 2011
Sam Kaufman of Midlothian, Va., partner with Owen & Owens PLC, has been elected president of the University of Richmond Alumni Association for a one-year term.
A 1999 graduate of the university, Kaufman is a Virginia Super Lawyers “Rising Star” and past chair of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce. He previously served the university as co-chair of the annual fund.
Other officers and new board members include:
Tracey Holgren Ivey of Bryn Mawr, Pa., a 1982 graduate, immediate past president. She is director of consultant relations for Thompson, Siegel and Walmsley, LLC, Richmond, Va.
Brandt Portugal of New York, a 2002 graduate, vice president for outreach. He is a director in Foreign Exchange at CitiGroup, Inc.
Maurice Henderson of Washington, D.C., a 1997 graduate, member-at-large for outreach. He is chief administrative officer, D.C., Office of the Chief Technology Officer.
Wendy Haynes Eastman of Richmond, Va., a 1976 graduate, vice president for membership. She is planned giving manager at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and vice president of Kevin Eastman Basketball.
Craig Flinn of New Vernon, N.J., a 1987 graduate, member-at-large for membership. He is manager/director for Euro Brokers/BGC Partners, New York.
John Brecker of Berwyn, Pa., a 2002 graduate, vice president for planning and operations. He is manager/principal of Turner Investment Partners.
Gayle Goodson Butler of Des Moines, Iowa, a 1973 graduate, member-at-large for planning and operations. She is editor-in-chief, Better Homes and Gardens, and senior vice president, Meredith Corporation.
Rick Naschold of Richmond, Va., a 1975 graduate, secretary and historian. He is principal/investment banker at Dominion Partners, L.C.
Hunter Allen of Frankfort, Ky., a 2006 graduate, treasurer. He is law clerk for the Hon. Danny C. Reeves, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
Alexander Carnevale of Dippach, Luxembourg, a 1995 graduate, new member. He is vice president for global operations, Performance Fibers.
Carlton Greer of Paris, a 1995 graduate, new member. He is corporate counsel for Pernod Ricard.
Lisa Gable Wheatley of Manhattan Beach, Calif., a 2001 graduate, new member. She works for Life Technologies in strategy and corporate development, mergers and acquisitions.
Brett Wigdortz of London, a 1995 graduate, new member. He is CEO and founder of Teach First.