Hartford, Connecticut, September 12, 2017 – President Joanne Berger-Sweeney has announced the appointment of four new trustees to the Trinity College Board of Trustees. All four of the new trustees are alumni and two are parents of current Trinity students or recent alumni:
· Lisa G. Bisaccia ’78 of Providence and Narragansett, Rhode Island
· Michael Gary ’86 of Philadelphia
· Justin S. Maccarone, Jr. ’81, P’19 of Darien, Connecticut
· Craig G. Vought ’82, P’17 of Atherton, California
Lisa G. Bisaccia ’78
Lisa G. Bisaccia is executive vice president and chief human resources officer as well as a member of the Executive Committee of CVS Health, a Fortune 10 company. CVS Health comprises the CVS/pharmacy retail drugstore chain, the pharmacy benefit manager Caremark Pharmacy Services, the MinuteClinic retail health clinic chain, and the Omnicare long-term care pharmacy business. Bisaccia, considered an expert in executive compensation and trends in employee benefits and wellness, is responsible for the direction and management of the company’s human resources functions. She also oversees CVS Health’s Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy department.
Bisaccia has served on Trinity’s Board of Fellows and on the boards of Aramark Corporation and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. She recently was appointed by Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo to head the Rhode Island Trust on Career and Technical Education.
Bisaccia earned a B.A. in modern languages from Trinity and an M.B.A. from the University of Connecticut. She and husband Robert Naparstek, M.D., live in Providence and Narragansett, Rhode Island. They have two adult children.
Michael Gary ’86
Michael Gary, with more than 26 years of experience as an independent school administrator and teacher, started as head of Friends Select School (FSS), an independent Quaker pre-K through 12 school in Philadelphia, during the 2016-17 school year. Prior to joining FSS, he served as director of admissions at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire from 2002 to 2016; for six years as director of admissions at The Peddie School in New Jersey, where he also taught economics; and as associate director of admissions and director of multicultural affairs at Pomfret School in Connecticut.
Gary earned a B.A. in economics from Trinity and went on to earn a master’s of education from Harvard University. He has served on Trinity’s Board of Fellows and on the boards of Pomfret School, The Association of Boarding Schools, and the Enrollment Management Association. He is the founder and president of Inner City Lacrosse, a nonprofit program in Connecticut that connects local youth with collegiate players.
Gary and his wife, Trina ’86, live in Philadelphia and are the parents of three children. Trina Gary serves on Trinity’s Board of Fellows.
Justin S. Maccarone, Jr. ’81, P’19
Justin S. Maccarone, Jr. is a managing director of strategic development for Tradition Energy, a global energy management and advisory firm based in Stamford, Connecticut. Previously he spent more than 25 years working in private equity and leveraged finance in New York and was a founding partner of UBS Capital Americas, the private equity arm of UBS in the Americas. He has served on numerous corporate and nonprofit boards and is active on the Community Advisory Board for Scouting in Darien.
Maccarone, who double majored in economics and international relations at Trinity, went on to earn an M.B.A. from Columbia University. He has been a member of Trinity’s National Alumni Association Executive Committee since 2012 and now serves as its president.
Maccarone lives in Darien, Connecticut, with his wife, Marie P’19, and their three children, including Michael ’19.
Craig G. Vought ’82, P’17
Craig G. Vought is managing director and co-founder of Broadreach Capital Partners, a real estate investment firm focused on the development, acquisition, and asset management of commercial and hotel properties. Together with the company’s other principals, Vought oversees the activities of all of Broadreach’s discretionary investment funds and direct real estate investments. Prior to Broadreach, Vought was co-CEO of Spieker Properties, where he had oversight of the strategic direction of the company and its capital markets and investment activity.
Vought earned a B.A. in economics from Trinity and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously served as a member of the Board of Trustees of Equity Office Properties Trust.
Vought and his wife, Marie P’17, live in Atherton, California, and have three children, including Andrew Vought ’17.
A full listing of the Trinity College Board of Trustees can be found on the College’s website: http://www.trincoll.edu/AboutTrinity/college/Trustees.