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Simon Business School


Len Joy (MBA) (see ’73 College).


Allan Gellman (MBA) has been named chief marketing officer at Allstate Corp., where he’ll oversee marketing in Allstate’s Esurance unit. Previously, Allan served in executive marketing roles at Wells Fargo.


Kunardy Lie (MBA) has been named the chief country officer for Indonesia for Deutsche Bank. Previously, Kunardy was the managing director and head of corporate and investment banking, Indonesia, for Citi global bank.


Maria (Manon) Cox (MBA) received an honorary degree from the University of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Conn. She’s CEO of Protein Sciences, a Meriden, Conn., company that develops vaccines and biopharmaceuticals. She joined the company in 1998 as director of business development. . . . Mark O’Halla (MBA) has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Flint, Mich., health network McLaren Health Care. Previously, Mark was president and CEO of McLaren Macomb.


Daniel Hofer (MBA) has joined JCDecaux, a Paris-based outdoor advertising company, as CEO for Germany, Austria, Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.


Serguei Netessine (PhD) has coauthored The Risk-Driven Business Model: Four Questions That Will Define Your Company (Harvard Business Review Press). Serguei is the Timken Chaired Professor of Global Technology and Innovation at Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires—or, INSEAD—a French business institute with campuses in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He’s at the institute’s Singapore campus. . . . Joseph Williams (MBA) has been named vice president for global marketing at Caliber Imaging and Diagnostics.


Kelly Stone Geer (MBA) has been named vice president of business development and strategy for Stride Rite Children’s Group. . . . Alexandra Sukhoy (MBA) has published her fourth book, Diary of the Dumped (CreateSpace).


Timothy Weir (MBA) has joined the senior management team of Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren as head of the city’s Office of Public Integrity. The office is the city’s internal auditing and investigative unit. Previously, Timothy served in the FBI as a forensic accounting specialist.