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Middle Market Investment Banking, Managing Director
Mr. Rubin, holding an MBA and a BA in English Literature (cum laude) from Yale, has extensive experience in deal structuring and execution, both as an advisor and as a principal. Prior to joining Westbury Group in 2005, he founded Abacus Capital Partners, an advisory and consulting company. He was CEO for E-Sync Networks, an online supply chain company, and in management at TeleChoice, NFO Worldwide, Southern New England Telephone and Trans National Communications. Mr. Rubin helped SNET become the #2 long distance carrier in Connecticut as a bundling pioneer. At TNC, he ran the residential division of the company, and spearheaded the use of affinity marketing for long distance service. He also worked as a management consultant for Mercer Management Consulting and Bain & Co., and began his career at Morgan Stanley.
Professor of Computer Science
Brian Scassellati spent his undergrad and graduate years at MIT finishing with a PhD in 2001. He came to Yale in 2001 and is a Professor of Computer Science, Cognitive Science, and Mechanical Engineering. He is also Director of the NSF Expedition on Socially Assistive Robotics. Professor Scassellati was named an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow in 2007, and received an NSF CAREER award in 2003. His research focuses on building embodied computational models of human social behavior, especially the developmental progression of early social skills. Using computational modeling and socially interactive robots, his research evaluates models of how infants acquire social skills and assists in the diagnosis and quantification of disorders of social development (such as autism). Succinctly put, he builds robots that help kids.
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Christine Scriabine received her PhD in American Civilization at Brown University. She began her career teaching at Pennsylvania State University but quickly changed her focus upon arriving in New Haven when she had the opportunity to help the University of Hartford ultimately realize a new museum, The Museum of American Political Life. Currently, Professor Scriabine is doing historical consulting and freelance writing.
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Dorothy G. Singer is retired Senior Research Scientist, Department of Psychology, Yale University. She is also Co-Director of the Yale University Family Television Research and Consultation Center affiliated with the Zigler Center for Child Development and Public Policy. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Her research and publications are in the area of early childhood development, television effects on youth, and parent training in imaginative play. Professor Singer received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2006, and in 2009, the Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Media Psychology from the American Psychological Association. She has authored over 150 articles and over 25 books. Her latest book is Handbook of Children and the Media.
Prof. Singer enjoys music, media research and poetry.
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Professor of Psycholgy Emeritus
Jerome L. Singer is a specialist in research on the psychology of imagination and daydreaming. Dr. Singer has authored articles on thought processes, imagery, personality, and psychotherapy as well as on children’s play and the effects of television. Recent books, include The House of Make-Believe, Repression and Dissociation, Imagination and Play in the Electronic Age, and Imagery in Psychotherapy and Handbook of Children and the Media. His most recent position in the American Psychological Association has been President of Division 10, Creativity and the Arts. In 2008, he was awarded the Rudolf Arnheim Award from the American Psychology Association for Distinguished Contributions to the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, and in 2009, the Paul Farnsworth Award for Lifetime Contribution and Service, Division 10, American Psychological Association.
Dr. Singer can be found enjoying music, studies of imagination and daydreaming.
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Craft Beer Enthusiast & IT Support Specialist
Alex Swensen graduated from Clark University with a degree in Photography and Graphic Design in 2011. His passion for craft beer flourished with his collection of labels, however, the quality of the contents of the bottles quickly overshadowed their packaging. After working as an archives assistant at the Yale University Art Gallery, Mr. Swensen’s interest in craft beer led him to accept a job at Harpoon Brewery in Boston, MA. He hosts beer tastings alongside his father, Yale University’s Chief Investment Officer David Swensen, offering insight into the developing craft beer culture.
Mr. Swensen is a craft Beer enthusiast spending time tasting, appreciating, brewing and studying beer’s history. He also enjoys photography, and computers/technology.
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Veronica Maria Tomasic
Veronica Tomasic received her Ph.D. in American Studies from Yale in 2001. She graduated from Quinnipiac School of Law that same year. As a graduate student at Yale, she TA’d in the English, African American Studies, Film Studies, and (what was then known as) Women’s Studies departments. She also taught English 115A. Professor Tomasic was a Marcia Brady Tucker Fellow at the Yale Art Gallery. Her doctoral dissertation was titled, “Representations of the Inner Life in an Age of Transition: The Work of Edward Hopper, Richard Wright, Jacob Lawrence, James Agee, Walker Evans, and select Hollywood Filmmakers.”
After graduating from law school, she worked as a law clerk for New Haven Superior Court judges. She now practices community law, representing children, the elderly, and mentally ill clients through local probate courts.
Since graduate school she has continued her scholarly work, writing on end-of-life issues in the law and as they are represented in literature, painting and film.
Prof. Tomasic is married to Morse associate fellow, composer Ingram Marshall. They have a son, Clem, who is a general surgery resident in California. She loves gardens, parks, and public spaces. She speaks Italian.
She also focuses on Bioethics, in particular end-of-life issues, painting and literature, balancing work and motherhood,law school experience, working as an attorney, and can be helpful to any applying to law school and medical school.
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Corporate CEO & Director
Bill Tower is a business leader and consultant in consumer goods.
Mr. Tower is also a volunteer consultant for new businesses/start ups.
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Musical Director, Conductor, and Arranger
Donn Trenner is an Emmy Nominated musical director, conductor, arranger that came up in the ranks of early bebop pianists playing with the likes of Charlie Parker, Stan Getz, Oscar Pettiford, Charles Mingus, and Ben Webster, appearing on over 100 jazz albums from 1950 onward. During the Big Band era he played with Ted Fio Rito, Buddy Morrow, Charlie Barnett and Tommy Dorsey. While with the Les Brown Orchestra, he worked with Bob Hope for seven years as his personal accompanist and occasional music director, participating in six of the Bob Hope International Christmas tours.
As an accompanist, he has worked with such artists as Lena Horne, Anita O’Day, Vicki Carr, Dick Haymes, Jose Feliciano, Jack Jones, Frances Faye, Nelson Riddle, Paul Broadnax, Rita Moreno, Nancy Wilson, Ann-Margret, and Shirley MacLaine.
A much sought after musical director, Donn Trenner appeared nightly on the famed “Steve Allen Show,” leading the Donn Trenner Orchestra. He was also Ann-Margret’s musical director for 18 years. He worked extensively touring with Shirley MacLaine which led to an Emmy Award nomination for music direction, arranging and conducting the television special, “Gypsy In My soul,” and in 1977, a three-hour television special from the Kennedy Center on the eve of Jimmy Carter’s Inauguration. As musical director for Nancy Wilson he conducted many International orchestras and performed in television specials for Swedish Broadcasting, German broadcasting and the BBC, and in 1978, again at the Kennedy Center, he was the musical director for the “Happy Birthday Bob” show honoring Hope’s 75th birthday.
In 1996, he moved back to the East Coast where he now makes his home in Guilford, Connecticut. Weekly you can hear him leading The Hartford Jazz Orchestra, a role he took on in 2000 upon the death of acclaimed arranger and bandleader Chic Cicchetti.
Director of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia in Canberra
Angus Trumble was born and educated in Melbourne, Australia. From 1987 to 1991 he was aide-de-camp to the Governor of the state of Victoria. He was a 1994-95 Fulbright Scholar at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. From 1996 to 2001 he was curator of European art at the Art Gallery of South Australia in Adelaide. From 2003 to 2014 he was senior curator of paintings and sculpture at the Yale Center for British Art. He was lately appointed first director of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, a newly constituted cultural institution in the “parliamentary triangle” of Canberra, the federal capital of Australia.
Mr. Trumble is interested in history of art, history of the nineteenth-century British empire. history of Australasia, colonial literature, art, music, cinema and the fine art of perfume.