At the annual fall meeting of Christendom’s Board of Directors, three long-time Board members announced their retirement, while five new members were elected.
Leaving the Board of Directors are Christopher N. Cuddeback, Thomas I. Baldwin, and Philip T. Crotty.
Joining the Board are Claire Huang, Richard Esposito, David Vicinanzo, Marjorie Teetor, and Robert Crnkovich.
Claire L. Huang is the Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer for American Express Financial Advisors. Prior to joining AEFA, Huang was the Worldwide Head of Marketing for the American Express Travelers Cheques Group; Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Wise Foods; Vice President of Marketing, North America, at The Haagen-Dazs Company; and Director of Marketing at Mott’s USA.
A graduate from Fordham University in New York, Richard Esposito is currently the Senior Vice President of Weiss Peck and Greer, New York, NY. Prior to his position with Weiss Peck and Greer, Esposito held a number of different positions, including, Vice President for The Bank of New York, a chartered financial consultant, a district supervisor for Striano Financial Group, and manager of sales development for Revlon, Inc. He and his wife are the proud parents of five homeschooled boys.
A trial lawyer, David Vicinanzo is a partner in the Boston and New Hampshire offices of Nixon Peabody LLP, one of the largest law firms in the country. Before joining Nixon Peabody, Vicinanzo was a highly regarded federal prosecutor for 13 years. Vicinanzo serves as General Counsel to the New Hampshire Republican Party, and is a member of the Party Platform Committee. He is also an appointed member of the Federal Court Advisory Committee and the Federal Rules Committee in the District of New Hampshire. Vicinanzo is married to the former Mary Williams, a 1985 graduate of Christendom College. Seven of Mrs. Vicinanzo’s siblings also attended Christendom. The Vicinanzo’s are the parents of eight sons.
Marjorie (Mickie) Teetor of Great Falls, VA, is the founder of the Narnia Catechetical and Cultural Institute in New York City. Additionally, with her husband, Charles, she founded Nettle Creek Industries, which became a major manufacturer of textiles and decorative home furnishings. The mother of two daughters, Teetor converted to Catholicism in 1973, after which she initiated the Chapin School Alternative Speakers Bureau, formed to present conservative and anti-abortion assembly speakers to the girls of the Chapin School in New York City.
Robert Crnkovich is a senior partner in the National Tax Department Partnership and Joint Venture group in Washington, DC, where he specializes in the taxation of partnerships and real estate. An attorney and former CPA, Crnkovich is also an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center.