Profiles in Diversity Journal 25th Anniversary
Todd Mohr – Aerotek
Todd Mohr President, Aerotek Headquarters: Hanover, Maryland Education: University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business First Job: Selling dictation equipment for Pitney Bowes What I’m Reading: Fall of Giants by Ken Follett Best Advice: Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard. “Leaders deliver honest, real-time... Read more
Deborah Gillis – Catalyst
Deborah Gillis President and CEO, Catalyst Headquarters: New York, New York Education: Master of Arts, York University, Toronto, Canada First Job: Policy Analyst, Government of Ontario What I’m Reading: Let the Great World Spin by Colum McCann; and The Innovators by Walter Isaacson Best Advice: Make time to nurture... Read more
Stephen R. Howe Jr. – EY
Stephen R. Howe, Jr. Americas Managing Partner & Managing Partner of the US firm EY Headquarters: New York, New York Education: NYU–Leonard N. Stern School of Business, MBA, finance; Colgate University, BA, mathematical economics First Job: bus boy & golf maintenance staff What I’m Reading: The Pillars of the... Read more
Patrick C. Dunican Jr. – Gibbons P.C.
Patrick C. Dunican Jr. Chairman & Managing Director Gibbons P.C. Headquarters: Newark, New Jersey Education: Seton Hall University Law School, JD cum laude, Iona College, BA First Job: paper boy What I’m Reading: Wall Street Journal, New York Times; NJBIZ; and industry news Best Advice: The brilliant and hardworking... Read more
John Veihmeyer – KPMG
John Veihmeyer Chairman, KPMG International; Chairman and CEO, KPMG U.S.,KPMG LLP Headquarters: New York, New York Education: University of Notre Dame, BBA, Accounting First Job: Working in a warehouse, handling shipments and inventory What I’m Reading: The Corporate Athlete by Jack Groppel Best Advice: Don’t try to orchestrate every... Read more
Anthony S. Kendall – Mitchell and Titus LLP
Anthony S. Kendall Chairman and CEO, Mitchell & Titus, LLP Headquarters: New York, New York Education: Binghamton University, MBA, BS; Harvard Business School, Owner/President Management Program First Job: Arthur Andersen What I’m Reading: Everybody Paddles by Charles Archer Best Advice: Question yourself often, but believe in yourself always. “Diversity—in... Read more
Peter P. Bevacqua – The PGA of America
Peter P. Bevacqua CEO, The PGA of America Headquarters: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Education: Georgetown University Law Center, J.D cum laude; University of Notre Dame, BA, English magna cum laude First Job: caddie, Bedford Golf & Tennis Club What I’m Reading: The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft,... Read more
Steve Angel – Praxair
Steve Angel Chairman, President and CEO, Praxair Headquarters: Danbury, Connecticut Education: North Carolina State University, BS, civil engineering; Loyola College, Baltimore, MBA First Job: brick mason’s helper What I’m Reading: Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard Best Advice: Exceed expectations.... Read more
Ronald M. De Feo – Terex
Ronald M. De Feo Chairman and CEO, Terex Corporation Headquarters: Westport, Connecticut Education: Iona College, BA, Economics & Philosophy; honorary Doctorate First Job: newspaper boy What I’m Reading: Full Force and Effect by Tom Clancy & Mark Greaney Best Advice: Sloppy work is sloppy thinking. Pay attention to the... Read more
Brian A. Gallagher – United Way Worldwide
Brian A. Gallagher President and CEO, United Way Worldwide “In today’s integrated global economy, we’re all connected like never before. The very definition of “community” has been rewritten by people coming together through shared interests—in local communities, across nations, online, and around the globe. To say our communities are... Read more