Alumni News for January 2018

Diane E. Cavuoto (B.S. Mechanical Engineering, ‘87) has joined CTS Engines as senior vice president, Supply Chain. Most recently, she served as vice president, Strategic Sourcing at Honeywell International. In her prior role at Honeywell, Cavuoto led a global commodity team of 150 employees managing $4 billion of direct material spend, and reported directly to Honeywell’s Chief Procurement Officer. She holds an MBA from Arizona State University.


Nick DePalermo, EIT (B.S. Civil Engineering, 16) has joined Weston & Sampson as a transportation engineer based in the firm’s Charleston, South Carolina office. A graduate of the Eurotech Program, DePalermo studied at the University of Stuttgart during his year abroad and earned a double major in engineering and German Studies at UConn.



Martha Poulter (B.S. Computer Science & Engineering, ’88) was named senior vice president and CIO for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL). Poulter most recently served as executive vice president and CIO for Starwood Hotel and Resorts. Previously, she spent nearly two decades at General Electric, including time as CIO of GE Capital. She earned an MBA from the University of New Haven.


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