Carlton B. Barnswell ’83, P’14
Barnswell is a found- ing member of Integrated Medical Professionals, a multispecialty medical organization provid- ing comprehensive urologic and oncologic care in greater New York. A national expert on prostate cancer and voiding dysfunction, Carlton has been a principal investigator in many national and international clinical trials. He is a recipient of the United States Congressional Achievement Award for Community Service. At Wesleyan, he was the recipient of the Class of ’41 Fischer Prize for Academic Achievement and Community Service in 1982.
DIANA FARRELL ’87
Farrell is a direc- tor of McKinsey & Company and leads the McKinsey Center for Government, a global research, inno- vation, and collaboration center for government effectiveness. She served in the Obama administration as Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, where she led initiatives including financial reform, housing finance, innovation, and com- petition. She was also a member of the President’s Auto Task Force. As a student, she co-founded the Wesleyan Economics Journal, the first such undergraduate economics publication. She received a Distinguished Alumna Award at her 25th Reunion.
MIGUEL GUADALUPE ’98
Guadalupe is a direc- tor at Gartner Inc., a global technology research company based in Stamford, Conn. He worked pre- viously for FirstRain, a search technology startup, and Merrill Lynch, where his responsibilities included online marking, international sales, and research operations manage- ment. In his spare time he writes for thefatherlife.com, the huffingtonpost. com and llero.net. He recently chaired Wesleyan’s Latino Alumni Network (WesLAN), where he remodeled the organization and introduced social media as a major communication vehicle. He was an officer of the Alumni Association and served on the Alumni Association Executive Committee, help- ing on various university projects.
JOYCE Y. HALL ’78
Hall is the execu- tive director of the Federation of County Networks, Inc., a New York City nonprofit whose mission is to improve health disparities in women, infant, child, and adolescent health in economically chal- lenged communities. She is an adjunct professor in CUNY’s School of Public Health at Hunter College and Mercy College. She serves on the boards of the Public Health Association of New York City and the Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation (ARTC). She has volunteered on behalf of Wesleyan for more than 30 years, serving as chair of the Black Alumni Council and in many other capacities.
DAVID L. RESNICK ’81, P’13
Resnick is president of Third Avenue Management, a value-focused invest- ment advisory firm that manages public mutual funds and alternative investments. He previously served as chair of Global Financing Advisory for Rothschild Inc., a leading international investment banking firm, where he also was head of the global restructuring business and co-head of investment banking for North America. He serves on the boards of The Jewish Museum and Congregation Rodeph Sholom in New York City. He has been an active Wesleyan volunteer, serving as a class agent, alumni interviewer, Reunion committee member, and member of the current Capital Campaign Committee.
Bradley Whitford ’81
Whitford is an actor, best known for his portrayal of Josh Lyman on NBC’s The West Wing. He has appeared on Broadway and Off-Broadway, at regional theaters across the country, in more than 30 films, and in a variety of television roles. He has also worked on numerous political campaigns and served on the boards of American Rights at Work and The Alliance for Justice.
In addition, Karen Freedman ’75 was elected to a second six-year term. She is the executive director of Lawyers for Children, Inc. CONNECT WITH WESLEYAN