Dean Taylor ’73 (above right, with son Colby) retired after a 40-year career in the front offices of several championship Major League Baseball teams. After playing baseball for the Stags under Bill Arce, Taylor worked his way up from minor league roles and assistant general manager positions to Vice President of Baseball Operations for the World Champion Kansas City Royals. For more on Taylor, see our profile on page 8.
Aaron Hochberg ’10 has been promoted to Senior Consultant at Mars & Co, a global management consulting firm specializing in business strategy and operational improvement for major corporations. Aaron joined the firm’s New York City area office as an Associate Consultant in 2011. At CMC he majored in Management and went on to graduate from Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.
Zephanii Smith ’13 addressed an audience at United Nations Headquarters in New York City in November as a fellow for the 2015 Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, an event designed to empower, celebrate, and support women in business. Smith, who graduated from CMC with a B.A. in government with a leadership sequence, credits the College and, in particular, her work with the Kravis Leadership Institute, for introducing her to the world of social entrepreneurship.