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Evans, Meixell, Munchak, Bracken, Peterson, Lam, Bibby

Catherine Evans is the chief curator at the Carnegie Museum of Art. She comes to Pittsburgh from Columbus, Ohio, where she served as curator of photography and also chief curator at the Columbus Museum of Art. Before moving to Columbus, Evans and her family lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for five years. A…

Gallagher, Fernandes, Barron, Finger, Suzik, Wilmer, Carey

Patrick D. Gallagher will become the 18th chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh on Aug. 1. A native of Albuquerque, N.M., he comes to Pittsburgh from the greater Washington, D.C., area, where he has been serving as acting deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce and director of the National Institute of…

Sklarsky, Hacker, Longhi, Bier, Stephan, Ivanko, Roman, Webster

Frank S. Sklarsky is executive vice president and chief financial officer at PPG Industries. A native of Buffalo, Sklarsky comes to Pittsburgh from Princeton, N.J., where he held the same position with Tyco International Ltd. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief financial officer at both Eastman Kodak Co. and ConAgra Foods,…

Keith, Viator, Mellon, Jacobsen, Beaupré, Clark Smith, Howard

John Keith is the inaugural R.K. Mellon Faculty Fellow in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh’s Swanson School of Engineering. He comes to Pittsburgh from Princeton, N.J., where he was an associate research scholar in the department of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University. A native of St. Cloud,…

Fall, Shlomchik, Hees, McFarlin, Cook, Suresh, Beehler

Kevin Fall is deputy director for research and chief technology officer of Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute. He will direct the research and development portfolio of the SEI’s technical programs in cybersecurity, software architecture, process improvement, measurement and estimating. A native of Manhattan Beach, Calif., he comes to Pittsburgh from Berkeley, where…

Van Wyk, Hackler, McAllister-​Lucas, Behler, Dalling

Steven Van Wyk is head of operations and technology at PNC Financial Services Group. He succeeds Tom Whitford, who will retire in March. A native of Iowa, Van Wyk comes to Pittsburgh from Amsterdam, where he was global chief operating officer for ING. Previously, he held several positions at Morgan Stanley including global…

Roderick, Pepe, Goldstein, Powell, Carter, Xu, Tonkinwise

Danny Roderick is CEO of Westinghouse Electric Co. He is a 30-​year veteran of the nuclear and utility industry, most recently as senior vice president of nuclear plant projects at GE-​Hitachi Nuclear Energy in Wilmington, N.C. He replaces interim CEO Shigenori Shiga, who will remain as board chairman. Roderick is a native of…

Winkenwerder, Driscoll, Prewitt, Poll, Cohn, Magee, Martino

Dr. William Winkenwerder Jr. is president and CEO of Highmark Inc., America’s eighth largest health insurer. He comes to Pittsburgh from Alexandria, Va., where he was chairman and CEO of The Winkenwerder Company, a healthcare consulting firm. From 2001 to 2007 he was assistant secretary of defense for health affairs with the U.S.…

Chryst, Burns, Hall-​Russell, Haney, Norton, Chambers, Fitzgerald, O’Brien

Paul Chryst is the head football coach of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers. He comes to Pittsburgh from Madison, Wisc., where he was offensive coordinator of the University of Wisconsin Badgers. During his eight-​year tenure at Wisconsin, he became known as one of college football’s leading strategists. The Badgers played in the Rose…

Arrivals — Summer 2011

Winthrop Watson is president and chief executive officer of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh. A native of Winston-​Salem, N.C., he comes to Pittsburgh from Hong Kong, where he was a managing director with J.P. Morgan.A graduate of the University of Virginia and Stanford University’s M.B.A. program, Watson and his wife, Signe…
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