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Gene Gibbons ’64, Alexandria, Virginia, wrote “Breaking News: A Life in Journalism," a memoir of his time as a journalist. Gibbons covered six U.S. presidents as a White House correspondent for Reuters, and this memoir offers an inside look at modern American history and portraits of presidents, a queen and a pope. The book is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.
William I. Dorfman, Ph.D. ’68, Laud by Sea, Florida, was retired as emeritus professor of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University after 34 years.
Thomas J. Grech ’84, Malverne, New York, has been appointed to the New York City Regional Economic Development Council, one of 10 established state-wide by NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Councils are public-private partnerships made up of local experts and stakeholders from business, academia, local government and non-governmental organizations.
Kate Groark Shields ’97, Fort Washington, was named one of the Most Admired CEO’s for 2020 by The Philadelphia Business Journal.
James G. Demetriades, Jr. ’00, Nesquehoning, was named CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health.
John J. Robertson ’04, New York, New York, was promoted to vice president of Distribution by Hearst Television. Robertson will oversee the company’s relationships with OTT distributors and its next-gen tv applications.
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