Archive for April, 2012

Matthew Walsh

As Chief Executive Officer of The Walsh Group, Matthew Walsh represents the third generation of family ownership and management of the successful building and development company. The Walsh Group is recognized as one of the nation’s top builders, managing an annual volume of work valued in excess of $2.3 billion. Matthew attended the University ofRead more..

Joseph Walsh

Look at any magazine rack in the United States or Canada, and you’ll find the fruits of Joseph Walsh’s labor. Walsh is chairman and chief executive officer of the Curtis Circulation Company, the leading national distributor of magazines, with over $1.7 billion in retail sales and 36 percent marketplace share. In all, Curtis distributes someRead more..

James V. Walsh

James V. Walsh is senior vice president and chief financial officer of Meijer, Inc.,  which employs over 60,000 people and is credited as introducing the supercenter retail concept in 1962.  Meijer is one of the top ten privately held companies in the U.S. Walsh has been with the company for 15 years and first heldRead more..

Susan Ungaro

As President of the James Beard Foundation, an organization dedicated to celebrating, preserving, and nurturing America’s culinary heritage, Susan Kelliher Ungaro  hopes to expand the foundation’s culinary scholarship program,  and increase its membership base and promotion on a national level. Before joining the Beard Foundation in April, 2006, she was editor-in-chief of the much-loved FamilyRead more..

Dan Touhey

Dan Touhey is Vice President of Marketing at Spalding Sports. In 2001, Dan  was awarded the patent for, and launched the first and only basketball with a built-in micro-pump. The Spalding Infusion became the most successful basketball ever, and was the first in a series of groundbreaking innovations in sports equipment for Dan.In 2004, DanRead more..

Thomas J. Tierney

Thomas J. Tierney is a recognized leader in serving the nonprofit sector. In 1999 he co-founded the Bridgespan Group, an independent, nonprofit organization designed to provide general management consulting services to foundations and other nonprofits. He previously was CEO of Bain & Company until stepping down in 2000. A native of California, he received hisRead more..

Dawn Sweeney

As president and chief executive officer of the National Restaurant Association, Dawn Sweeney leads the chief business association for the restaurant industry, which represents nearly a million restaurant and foodservice outlets and approximately 12.8 million employees.  Prior to that, Dawn was president and CEO of AARP Services and was responsible for generating more than $700Read more..

Anne Sweeney

Being named one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” by Fortune magazine and one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women,” by Forbes, comes naturally to Anne Sweeney. As co-chairman of Media Networks, The Walt Disney Co., and president of the Disney-ABC Television Group, Sweeney has risen through the ranks of television withRead more..

Dennis Swanson

Dennis Swanson became President of Station Operations, Fox Television Stations Group in 2005. In this role he helps manage the 35 Fox owned-and-operated stations across the country. Before working for Fox, he was the executive vice president and COO of the Viacom Television Stations Group. In his previous capacity, as head of WNBC Channel 4Read more..

Ted Sullivan

Ted Maurice Sullivan is a managing director at KPMG LLP, and serves some of the firm’s largest advisory clients in the Southeast.  KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm (www.us.kpmg.com), is the U.S. member firm of KPMG International. Since joining KPMG in 1999, Ted has worked in the advisory practice, primarily servicing telecommunications andRead more..