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Mark Thompson
Mark Thompson.


Mark A. Thompson of Cheshire was recently promoted to executive vice president/provost at Quinnipiac University. Previously, Thompson was senior vice president for academic and student affairs at Quinnipiac and before that, he was dean of the school of business. Thompson has a bachelor’s degree in economics/finance from Bentley College, an MBA from Western New England University and a doctorate in economics from Georgia State University.



Michael Rosten
Michael Rosten.



Michael S. Rosten was recently elected Operation Hope’s board chairman for the 2013 fiscal year of the Fairfield-based nonprofit organization. Rosten has served as an Operation Hope board member for the past four years and has represented Operation Hope in a professional volunteer capacity for 18 years in the acquisition and development of the agency’s affordable housing portfolio. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College and a Juris Doctorate degree from Cornell University.




Reynolds & Rowella L.L.P., an accounting firm with offices in Ridgefield and New Canaan, recently announced that three new associates have joined the firm.

Reynolds Rowella
From left, Diana S. Santos, Jessica L. Cipriano and Patrick F. Ference.

Diana S. Santos joined as a senior associate in the Ridgefield office. She has seven years’ accounting experience and is a pledge member of the CT-CPA.

Jessica L. Cipriano, CPA, joined the firm’s audit division in the New Canaan office. She holds a master’s degree in accounting and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the CT-CPA.

Patrick F. Ference has a Master of Science degree in accountancy and is actively pursuing CPA certification. He is in the firm’s New Canaan office.


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