Class Correspondent

Paul Cellucci is president of the Southern New England region at Cross Insurance, where he expands the Cross brand through a group of selected agencies. Paul previously served as vice president at Global Insurance. Mark Cheung’s performance as CEO of ITonis was ranked in the top 10 percent of BSS News Bites’ OTC performers recently. The firm’s shares were up 376.2 percent for the year ending January 2015. An attorney in business litigation and appeals, and a member of several not-for-profit boards in Orange County, Calif., Mark has taught as an adjunct professor at Chapman University School of Law. Mark Eisenberg is vice president of strategic initiatives at SoundExchange, a nonprofit performance-rights organization. Mark identifies and pursues new applications for SoundExchange’s distribution platform, fosters relationships with existing and potential licensees, and works with record labels and recording artists. Before joining SoundExchange, Mark served in leadership positions at MixRadio, a mobile personalized radio service operated by Microsoft, and the global digital business group at Sony Music Entertainment. Jeffrey Jonas, P’15, received the 2015 Caring Award from Childhelp, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting child abuse and neglect. Joy Ryen Plotnik, P’18, was named CEO, president and director of the Genesee Valley Trust. Ted Reinstein, MFA’87, is a longtime correspondent for “Chronicle,” the nightly newsmagazine of WCVB-TV, in Boston. He has also hosted shows on the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel and HGTV. In 2013, National Geographic Traveler selected “New England Notebook” — Ted’s stories about the region’s colorful history, people and culture — as one of its Best Travel Books of Spring.

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