List of Fairfield University people

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The following is a list of notable graduates of Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut:

Notable alumni[edit]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Academia[edit]

Business[edit]

Accounting and consulting[edit]

Banking[edit]

Entrepreneur[edit]

  • Anthony Champ '59 – founder and owner, award-winning White Hall Vineyards[33] former president and CEO, Fiber Industries
  • Michael P. Fitzgerald '79 – co-founder, president and CEO, Bank of Georgetown[34]
  • Jay Harman '96 – founder and co-owner, Cisco Brewers[35]
  • Joseph D. Macchia '57 – founder and former CEO, GAINSCO
  • Baron Jean van Gysel de Meise '90 – chairman, V Resorts Limited; owner of Hotel Le Plaza, Brussels; developer of V...Greece on The World at The World Islands

Insurance[edit]

Investments[edit]

Manufacturing[edit]

Pharmaceuticals[edit]

  • Jorge Figueredo '82 – executive vice president, human resources, McKesson Corporation; listed among the 100 "Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business magazine
  • Meghan Fitzgerald – senior vice president at Medco Health Solutions; named a 2010 Irish Voice Women of Influence honoree[60]

Private equity[edit]

  • Caesar N. Anquillare – founder, chairman and CEO, Winchester Capital[61]
  • Derek Blazensky – founder and general partner, Cardinal Venture Capital[62]
  • Phil Cagnassola '92 – partner, Hamilton Robinson[63]
  • Mary Lincoln Campbell M.A. – founder and managing partner, EDF Ventures[64]
  • Robert J. Crowley – president, Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation[65]
  • William P. Egan '67 – founder and general partner, Alta Communications and Marion Equity Partners; philanthropist and namesake of Egan Chapel of St. Ignatius Loyola at Fairfield University
  • Paul J. Huston '82 – founding partner, Hudson Ferry Capital[66]
  • David S. Kopp '82 – co-founder & chairman, KB Global Fund Group (KBG).[67]
  • Paul LaViolette '79 – partner, SV Life Sciences; former COO, Boston Scientific[68]
  • Robert W. MacDonald – managing partner, Craton Equity Partners; former president, William E. Simon & Sons Private Equity[69]
  • John Mullin '82 – venture partner, Greenhill SAVP; former president, Datek Online, acquired by TD Ameritrade[70]
  • Robert Stefanowski – chairman and managing partner, 3i Group, North America and Asia; former president and CEO, GE Corporate Finance, Europe[71]

Retail[edit]

Technology[edit]

  • Joseph R. Bronson '70 – CEO, SVTC Technologies; former president and COO, Sanmina-SCI; former president, FormFactor[74]
  • John Burns – former president and CEO, Sonim Technologies[75]
  • Bart W. Catalane '78 – SVP, CFO Getty Images[76]
  • Andrew Hidalgo – chairman and CEO, WPCS International Incorporated[77]
  • Kevin Kelleher '76 – president and CEO, Cartus[78]
  • Robert W. Landmesser '71 – founder, Com-Cycle & Advanced Environmental Technology Corporation[79]
  • Kurt A. Mueffelmann – president and CEO, HiSoftware[80]
  • Kevin Peters '86 – executive vice president, AT&T Global Network Operations[81]
  • Michael Raneri '88 – CIO, Zecco.com; former CEO, MeeVee Inc.[82]
  • John Tedesco – co-founder, president and CEO, Contigo[83]

Other[edit]

  • Rob Barber '89 – CEO, Environmental Data Resources[84]
  • Richard Kristof – co-founder, president and CEO, American Research Institute[85]
  • Peter J. McDonald – president and CEO of SuperMedia[86]
  • Dan Sullivan '73 – president and CEO, Collette Vacations[87]
  • Tina Weinfurther ’78 – president and CEO, TNS Prognostics[88]
  • Steve Zales '81 – managing partner and COO, O'Brien Group[89]

Education[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Law and government[edit]

Attorneys[edit]

Government[edit]

Judicial[edit]

Public policy[edit]

Medicine and science[edit]

Social action and community service[edit]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

  • Keefe Cato '79 – professional major league baseball player[158]
  • Brian Cleary '90 – University of Cincinnati baseball coach[159]

Basketball[edit]

Golf[edit]

  • Jack Mcconachie '69 – professional golfer[164]
  • RJ Zielinski '09 – 107th Connecticut Amateur Golf Champion[165]

Lacrosse[edit]

Rugby[edit]

  • Will Brazier '05 – All-American, U.S. international and Super League rugby player
  • Paul Sheehy – U.S. international and Super League rugby player
  • Brad Troup '03 – All-American and Super League rugby player

Soccer[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Don Cook – Sacred Heart University director of athletics[167]
  • Chris Duffy '97 – U.S. Olympic rower[168]
  • Matthew "Granimal" Granahan – NBC Sports Broadcaster and president of the American Combat Association[169]
  • Ed Horne '86 – president, NHL Enterprises[170]
  • Christian McEvoy '04 – Completed 3400-mile run across the United States to raise money for cancer research.[171][172]

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