Alumni-in-Action January 2013
Class of 2009
Tonya McNeal-Weary was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the International Alliance for Women as the Program Director of the Daughters Program, an e-mentoring program for young women and girls promoting education and economic empowerment. McNeal-Weary graduated from Walsh College with a Master of Business Administration in 2009.
Class of 2007
Larry Cunningham, a member of the Blackstone LaunchPad and retired Deputy of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department, started Step-Up Transportation. Step-Up will provide reliable transportation for elementary and middle school students in Detroit’s Riverfront District with an emphasis on preventing bullying. It’s a win-win situation — students will feel comfortable and parents will have the peace of mind knowing that their children are safe commuting to school. Larry graduated from Walsh College in 2007 with a Bachelor of Business Administration.
Class of 1997
George Clark Jr. has been named the VP Commercial Lender for CSB Bank. Clark brings over 25 years of banking experience to his new position. He will primarily be working in the Lapeer and Macomb County areas. Clark graduated from Walsh College with a Master of Science in Finance in 1997.
Stephanie Comptois is a master artisan who will shortly be opening her own craft boutique. Currently, her crafts can be found at Fun Stuff in Birmingham, Mich. Comptois graduated from Walsh College in 1997 with a Bachelor of Business Administration and in 2003 with a Master of Science in Finance.
Class of 1985
Robert M. Johnson has been named CFO of CareTech Solutions. Johnson has more than 25 years of financial management and leadership experience including general accounting, financial planning, costing and pricing, treasury management, and work in acquisition and divestiture transactions. He was most recently the Chief Financial Officer for Palace Sports & Entertainment, where he was responsible for all financial, information technology, and retail functions at the enterprise, and was integral in the sale of the Detroit Pistons Basketball franchise in 2011. He is a CPA in the State of Michigan and a member of the Board of the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants. Johnson graduated from Walsh College with a Bachelor of Accountancy in 1985 and a Master of Finance in 1992.